The college honors continue to pour in for FC Wisconsin Eclipse alumni, as this week's collegiate update features another Big East Conference award for a new alumni award winner, and a second Missouri Valley Conference award for another former player. Of course, there are many more former players that are leading their teams to success across the country!
The honors continue to pour in for FC Wisconsin Eclipse alumni, as this week's update features another Big East Conference award (a new alumni award winner) and a second Missouri Valley Conference award for another alumni.
- Marquette – Mary Luba was named to the Big East Honor Roll for her contributions in two 1-0 wins over Seton Hall and DePaul. Luba had an assist against Seton Hall and the game winning goal against DePaul. Mady Vicker, Katie Hishmeh, Jacie Jermier, and Ashley Stemmeler all played big roles in both games.
- Wisconsin – Cara Walls had an assist in Wisconsin’s 2-1 win over Iowa, while she, Lindsey Holmes, McKenna Meuer, and Carly Vogel all helped the Badgers to a 1-1 weekend (loss to Nebraska 1-2).
- Northwestern – Mary Erickson played all 90 minutes in Northwestern’s first Big 10 win, in a 1-0 game against Minnesota.
- Oklahoma State – Michela Ongaro led OSU to a 3-1 win over Missouri State and a 1-1 tie against Texas.
- Northern Illinois – Jackie Wandt went all 110 minutes in a 2-2 tie against Ball State.
- Loyola - Monica Gonyo was named Missouri Valley Conference Goalkeeper of the Week for her role in helping Loyola to a 1-1 tie against Western Illinois. It is her second such honor of the season. Mariah Vichich also played a big part in the game. (Valerie Gonyo has been ruled out of the rest of the season with a fracture of her femur.)
- East Carolina – Emma Scarro helped East Carolina to a 1-0 win over Florida Atlantic.
- South Dakota – Jamie Karch featured in an overtime loss to North Dakota State and a tough 0-4 loss to #16 University of Denver.
- Notre Dame – Brittany Von Reuden came off the bench in a heart-breaking 1-2 double overtime loss to #9 Duke.
The accomplishments of the alumini from FC Wisconsin Eclipse speak for themselves; these players were prepared to play and succeed in college soccer. Be a part of the next generation!