WOMEN'S SOCCER
Record: 3-2 Home: 2-2 Away: 1-0 Heart: 0-1
 
 
Alyce Correia collected her fourth award, while Voight is a first-time winner
Alyce Correia collected her fourth award, while Voight is a first-time winner
Women's Soccer - Tue, Nov. 1, 2016

Oskaloosa--Two Statesmen women's soccer players were honored for exceptional fall seasons as the Heart of America Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Postseason Teams were announced Tuesday.

Alyce Correia (Sr., Perth, Australia, Elementary Education) was picked for the 13-person second team, while Mariah Voight (So., La Mesa, Calif., Sociology/Psychology) earned a spot on the 13-person third team.  The Heart's top squad consisted of 13 individuals as well.

Correia, who is now a four-time all-conference performer (twice on second team), finished off her final regular season by once again directing the Statesmen from the midfield.  She helped William Penn (6-10-1, 4-7-1 Heart) to the #9 seed in the postseason tournament and currently owns two goals and four assists for eight total points.  She has been integral in every offensive attack and defensive stop.

A central defender, Voight has been a major aspect of the WPU defense and its ability to limit opponents to just 24 total goals (1.41 per game) while posting four shutouts.  The sophomore has also gotten into the act on the offensive end with one goal and one assist for three points.

Rosie McShane of Benedictine was chosen as both the conference's Most Valuable Player and the Offensive Player of the Year, while Krista Hooper of Baker was named Defensive Player of the Year.  Jenna Lattimer (Baker) earned Freshman of the Year honors, while Manaia Siania Unutoa (Graceland) collected Newcomer of the Year accolades.  The Coach of the Year award went to Lincoln Roblee of Benedictine.

For a complete list of the 2016 women's soccer all-Heart teams, click here