VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – This evening at the Virginia Beach Convention Center, the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) hosted the 2019 Fall Championship Banquet. With more than 40 institutions in attendance, the USCAA announced its All-Americans for the men's soccer, women's soccer, and women's volleyball teams.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College (SMWC) athletic department had 11 student-athletes unanimously selected as USCAA All-Americans.
Men's Soccer (4)
Omar Abdallah Nabilsi | USCAA First Team All-American
- 14 Games Played | 13 Games Started | 21 Goals | 7 Assists | 1.50 GPG | 49 Pts | 4 Game-Winners
Edson Alvarado | USCAA First Team All-American
- 14 Games Played | 12 Games Started | 12 Goals | 24 Points | 2 Game-Winners
Yazen Bakhrebah | USCAA First Team All-American
- 14 Game Played | 12 Games Started | 1 Goal | 5 Assists | 7 Points
Keaton Krischak | USCAA Second Team All-American
- 14 Game Played | 14 Games Started | 19 GA | 1.36 GA/G | 50 Saves | .725 SV% | 7-1 Record
Women's Soccer (4)
Mannah Mace | USCAA First Team All-American
- 14 Games Played | 14 Games Started | 3 Goals | 6 Points | 1 Game-Winner
Alexis Pflum | USCAA First Team All-American
- 7 Games Played | 7 Games Started | 7 Goals | 3 Assists | 17 Points | 2 Game-Winners
Ashley Jezik | USCAA Second Team All-American
- 14 Games Played | 14 Games Started | 2 Goals | 1 Assist | 5 Points
Shelby Joy | USCAA Honorable Mention All-American
- 14 Games Played | 13 Games Started | 3 Goals | 3 Assists | 9 Points
Women's Volleyball (3)
Katelyn Cotter | USCAA First Team All-American
- 27 Matches | 812 Assists | 8.46 Assists Per Set | 222 Digs | 55 Kills | 36 Blocks | 112.5 Points
Riley Kinney | USCAA Second Team All-American
- 27 Matches | 223 Kills | 2.32 Kills Per Set | 56 Blocks | 290.5 Points
Mandi Alspach | USCAA Second Team All-American
- 27 Matches | 215 Kills | 2.24 Kills Per Set | 26 Blocks | 246.5 Points
Quote | Brennan Randolph – Vice President of Enrollment Management
"I am constantly amazed by our student-athletes ability to balance both the academic and athletic component of their daily lives. It is a true testament to their ability to balance all that they do. In their future careers and lives, it will be a great tool to be able to manage the kinds of change and workload they will face. The fact that they can navigate everything from their studies to athletics, to on-campus involvement, to being involved in a community is such a great accomplishment."
"It was rewarding for me to be at the banquet in-person to see it all unfold."
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