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Screaming Eagles Women's Soccer Earns Multiple Honors

University of Southern Indiana Women's Soccer had a program-record seven Screaming Eagles named All-Great Lakes Valley Conference in a release today as it prepares for its conference title defense this weekend.

Posted: Apr 22, 2021 9:10 PM

University of Southern Indiana Women's Soccer had a program-record seven Screaming Eagles named All-Great Lakes Valley Conference in a release today as it prepares for its conference title defense this weekend.

The record-breaking All-GLVC class was highlighted by sophomore forward Morgan Beyer, senior forward Maggie Winter, senior midfielder Taylor McCormick, and senior defender Madelyne Juenger being named to the first-team. Sophomore midfielder Jill DiTusa was named to the second-team, while the All-GLVC honors were rounded out by junior midfielder Katlyn Andres and sophomore forward Maya Etienne being awarded third-team honors.

Beyer, who earned her first All-GLVC honor, led the Eagles in scoring this spring with 16 points on a team-high seven goals and two assists. The seven goals included two game-winners and she tied a USI single-match record with three goals in the victory over Missouri University of Science & Technology.

Winter picked up her second All-GLVC honor after earning a second-team honor in 2018. The senior forward follows Beyer in the scoring column with 15 points on four goals, including a team-high three game-winners, and tied for a team-high with seven assists.

McCormick is selected for her first All-GLVC award after posting nine points on one goal and tied for the team-lead with seven assists. She also received the James R. Spalding Sportsmanship nomination from USI.

Juenger becomes the second Eagle in the history of the program to be named All-GLVC four times, including three first-team honors. The four-time All-GLVC performer led the USI defense to a team 0.53 goals against average (GAA), allowing eight goals in 15 matches, and had five points on one goal, the game-winner versus Quincy University, and three assists.

The All-GLVC second team featured DiTusa, who earned her first conference honor. She was fourth on the team in scoring with 11 points on five goals, including the game-winning tally versus Maryville University, and one assist.

Andres and Etienne are named the third team after the COVID-19, conference-only spring schedule. Andres earned All-GLVC honors for the second-straight season after posting 13 points on three goals and tied for the team lead with seven assists.

Etienne receives her first All-GLVC award after leading the Eagles to an 11-3-1 and a 0.53 GAA. She also has nine shutouts this year, two shy of tying the single-season record she set in 2019.

USI All-GLVC honorees and the third-seeded Eagles (11-3-1) continue their conference title defense Friday when they take on second-seeded University of Indianapolis (11-3-1) at 5 p.m. in the GLVC Tournament semifinals. The GLVC Tournament semifinals and championship game are being played at Lindenwood University's Hunter Stadium in St. Charles, Missouri.

The Eagles advanced to the GLVC semifinals after posting a 3-1 victory at home over Rockhurst University, while Greyhounds scored a goal with 12 seconds remaining to defeat Truman State University in double-overtime, 1-0. The winner of the USI-UIndy contest Friday advances to play the winner of top-seeded McKendree University (11-2-1) and fifth-seeded Quincy University (7-4-3) Sunday at 3 p.m. in St. Charles.

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