Five Bears Named to All-UAA Team
St. Louis, Mo., November 14, 2010 – The Washington University in St. Louis women’s soccer team had five student-athletes named to the All-University Athletic Association (UAA) Team, as announced by the conference office. Juniors Emma Brown and Lee Ann Felder earned first-team honors, sophomores Clara Jaques and Nicole Martin picked up second-team accolades, while freshman Kate Doyle earned honorable-mention honors.
Washington University finished the regular season with a 10-7-2 overall record and finished fourth in the competitive UAA with a 3-2-2 mark against conference foes.
Brown, who earned second-team all-UAA honors as a sophomore, led the team in scoring with five goals and four assists for 14 points. She scored game-winning goals against No. 15 Calvin College (1-0) on Sept. 3 and against Concordia-Moorhead on Oct. 25. Brown has appeared in 56 career games and ranks seventh all-time in game-winning goals (seven), ninth in points (55), 10th in goals (21) and 13th in assists (12).
Felder picks up all-UAA accolades for the third time in her career after earning honorable-mention honors her first two seasons. She started all 21 games for the Bears in the midfield, scoring four goals and three assists for 11 points. Felder is tied for the team lead in game-winning goals, notching game-winners at Case Western University on Oct. 15 and against Fontbonne University on Oct. 23. She has started 64 of 66 career games played, and ranks seventh in all-time game-winning goals (seven) and 12th in assists (13).
Jaques, the 2009 UAA Rookie of the Year, earns second-team accolades for the second time in her career. She started 19 of 21 games played in the nets posting a 10-7-2 record with a 0.71 goals against average. Jaques also scored the first goal of her career in a 1-0 win over Alma College on Sept. 11. She ranks third all-time in goals against average (0.68) and saves (185), and is also fifth in wins (26).
Martin and Doyle earn all-UAA honors for the first time in their career. Martin started all 21 games in the backfield for the Bears this season, which has allowed 18 goals in 1963 minutes played. Doyle started 18 of 21 games in her rookie campaign, recording one goal and three assists for five points. She scored the game-winning goal for the Bears in a 4-0 win over Principia College on Sept. 30.
Washington University’s season came to an end on Saturday with a 2-0 loss to No. 3 Otterbein University. The Bears completed the 2010 season with an 11-8-2 overall record.