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Defending champ Stephen F. Austin is again loaded
August 13th, 2013 5:48PM

TAGS:  college women


[SOUTHLAND: Women] Stephen F. Austin, the defending Southland  regular-season and tournament champion, placed six players on the 2013 preseason all-conference teams, including four on the first team.
The Ladyjacks return nine starters to a team that set a school record with wins in a single season after posting a 17-4-0 overall record with a perfect 8-0-0 mark in conference play. Earning first-team honors are senior Lacey Lee (second in the nation in goals-against average at 0.42) and juniors Chelsea Raymond (team-high 13 goals), Zuri Prince (Southland Tournament MVP) and Megan Dunnigan.

Preseason All-Southland Teams:
First Team
Name School Pos. Class Hometown
Chelsea Raymond Stephen F. Austin Forward Jr. Irving, Texas
Zuri Prince Stephen F. Austin Forward Jr. Beaumont, Texas
Megan Giles Oral Roberts Forward Jr. Tulsa, Okla.
Jennifer Abernathy Oral Roberts Midfielder Sr. Broken Arrow, Okla.
Kristin Bos Lamar Midfielder Jr. Valencia, Calif.
Katie Ferrara Sam Houston State Midfielder So. Round Rock, Texas
Megan Dunnigan Stephen F. Austin Defender Jr. Round Rock, Texas
Amber Thornhill Lamar Defender Sr. Katy, Texas
Shanyce Shaw Southeastern Louisiana Defender Sr. Ajax, Ontario
Lacey Lee Stephen F. Austin Goalkeeper Sr. Bedford, Texas
Adriana Lucar Central Arkansas Forward Sr. Lima, Peru

Second Team
Name School Pos. Class Hometown
Jannet Hernandez Lamar Forward So. Houston, Texas
Kimmy Albeno Lamar Forward Jr. Bellflower, Calif.
Kayla Vera Southeastern Louisiana Forward So. Vancouver, Wash.
Kelsey Salcido Southeastern Louisiana Midfielder Sr. Lakewood, Calif.
Brenda Salazar Stephen F. Austin Midfielder Sr. Sugarland, Texas
Lexie Salas Oral Roberts Midfielder Sr. Duncanville, Texas
Blake Martin Houston Baptist Defender So. College Station, Texas
Chantal Curry Stephen F. Austin Defender So. Austin, Texas
Jackie Strug Northwestern State Defender Jr. Plano, Texas
Helen Erb Oral Roberts Goalkeeper Jr. Tulsa, Okla.
Kayla Keller Oral Roberts Forward So. Tulsa, Okla.

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