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2014 Women's Soccer Awards

2014 Women's Soccer GSAC Co-Champions
School
Vanguard
Westmont

2014 Women's Soccer GSAC Tournament Champion
School
Westmont

2014 Women's Soccer All-GSAC Team
Athlete School Year Position Hometown
Jazmin Alvarez Concordia So. Goalkeeper Chino, Calif.
Jordan Benson The Master's Sr. Defender Corona, Calif.
Jontae Campbell San Diego Christian Sr. Defender San Diego, Calif.
Madison Cody Vanguard Jr. Forward Irvine, Calif.
Natasha Coyle The Master's Sr. Midfielder La Habra, Calif.
Kristin Damon Hope International Jr. Defender Alta Loma, Calif.
Megan Daniels Concordia Sr. Forward Lake Forest, Calif.
Tiffany Dimaculangan Westmont Sr. Midfielder Glendora, Calif.
Katie Farris The Master's Sr. Forward Newhall, Calif.
Sophie Fuller Westmont So. Defender Orinda, Calif.
Sophie Judd Westmont Sr. Defender Edmonds, Wash.
Amanda Lillicrop Biola Sr. Forward Cypress, Calif.
Jen Martin Vanguard Sr. Forward La Mirada, Calif.
Ashley McCutcheon Vanguard Jr. Midfielder Aliso Viejo, Calif.
Mallory Mitchell Westmont Sr. Forward Coronado, Calif.
Lauren Nanez Concordia Sr. Forward La Mirada, Calif.
Amanda Scheatzle Hope International Jr. Forward Fullerton, Calif.
Miranda Starbeck Biola Sr. Midfielder Yorba Linda, Calif.
Kelsey Steck Westmont Jr. Forward Valencia, Calif.
Lauren Terry Vanguard Sr. Goalkeeper Corona, Calif.
Taylor Venegas Biola So. Forward Castaic, Calif.
Natalie Werner Concordia So. Midfielder Lake Forest, Calif.

2014 Women's Soccer GSAC Annual Awards
Award Name School
GSAC Player of the Year Katie Farris The Master's
GSAC Coach of the Year Kristi Kiely Westmont

2014 Women's Soccer GSAC Scholar-Athletes
Athlete School Year Major
Christine Adams Westmont Sr. Kinesiology
Anna Barrett Biola Sr. Journalism
Brittney Beam San Diego Christian Sr. Kinesiology
Jontae Campbell San Diego Christian Sr. Psychology
Natasha Coyle The Master's Sr. Mathematics
Kristin Damon Hope International Jr. Liberal Studies
Shea Davis Biola Sr. Psychology
Kaitlynn Durham Westmont Jr. Kinesiology
Cara Eskenazi William Jessup Sr. Business
Alexis Garcia-Irons Concordia Jr. Psychology
Devon Goff The Master's Sr. Kinesiology & Physical Education
Zoar Gonzales San Diego Christian Sr. Kinesiology
Angela Hook Vanguard Jr. Kinesiology
Ashley Jarosin San Diego Christian Sr. Business
Grace Kellogg Hope International Jr. Cross Cultural Business Administration
Asia Kleinmeyer Vanguard Jr. Business Administration
Janell Koide Vanguard Sr. Psychology
Jessica Long The Master's Sr. Biological Science
Amanda Massey San Diego Christian Jr. Biology
Tara McNaught Hope International Jr. Liberal Arts-Criminal Justice
Mallory Mitchell Westmont Sr. Communication Studies
Kimberly Randall William Jessup Sr. Business
Carly Richardson Westmont Jr. Kinesiology
Kaycee Smith Vanguard Jr. Business Administration
Miranda Starbeck Biola Sr. Sociology
Courtney Stonesifer Westmont Sr. Kinesiology
Tara Struicksma The Master's Jr. Liberal Studies
Carolyn Thorp William Jessup Sr. Psychology

2014 WOMEN'S SOCCER PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

  • September 8, 2014
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Lauren Terry - Vanguard
      • Sophomore - 5-7 - Goalkeeper - Corona, Calif.
      • Lauren Terry notched a shutout against Northwest (Wash.) and a tie against the nation's No. 1-ranked team, Concordia (Ore.) last week. The senior goalkeeper held the national leaders to a single goal in the double-overtime contest. She already has four shut-out wins under her belt in 2014.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Amanda Scheatzle - Hope International
      • Junior - 5-0 - Forward - Fullerton, Calif.
      • Amanda Scheatzle tallied 11 points with five goals and an assist in two wins for Hope International last week. In the win at Simpson, the junior forward scored two goals. Scheatzle followed that with three goals and an assist against Mills College.
  • September 15, 2014
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Haleigh Lamping - William Jessup
      • Freshman - Goalkeeper - Palmdale, Calif.
      • Haleigh Lamping recorded two shutouts and had 13 saves in 191 minutes for William Jessup last week. The freshman goalkeeper kept a very tough NCAA Division II San Francisco State scoreless for 101 minutes while recording 10 saves in the Warrior's 1-0 double overtime victory. Lamping also had three saves against Simpson. William Jessup is currently on a four-game winning streak.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Madison Cody - Vanguard
      • Junior - 5-5 - Forward - Irvine, Calif.
      • Madison Cody recorded a hat-trick against Bethesda, while also dishing out two assists to her teammates. The junior forward tallied eight points in the game to bring her season total to 14.
  • September 22, 2014
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Lauren Terry - Vanguard
      • Senior - 5-7 - G - Corona, Calif.
      • Lauren Terry recorded two shutouts with 4 saves as No. 12 Vanguard won both of its non-conference games last week. The senior goalkeeper has allowed only one goal all season (669:17 minutes in eight outings), and the goal belonged to No. 1 Concordia Oregon. So far this year she has five shutouts and two combined shutouts. She leads the NAIA with a 0.13 goals against average.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Madison Cody - Vanguard
      • Junior - 5-5 - Forward - Irvine, Calif.
      • Madison Cody was named the GSAC Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week for the second consecutive week. The junior forward picked up three of the Lions' five assists on the week as Vanguard wrapped the preseason undefeated. Also scored a goal for Vanguard against Rocky Mountain (RV). Cody has never played the forward position collegiately until this year, due to a personnel need. She is Vanguard's top-point scorer in 2014, with 19 points (7 goals, 5 assists).
  • September 29, 2014
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Jazmin Alvarez - Concordia
      • Sophomore - 5-5 - Goalkeeper - Chino, Calif.
      • Jazmin Alvarez allowed only one goal and made 20 saves in 200 minutes in goal as No. 7 Concordia was unbeaten against two top-15 opponents last week. The sophomore goalkeeper faced 35 shots in the 1-1 tie with No. 15 The Master's College and in the Eagles' first win at No. 10 Vanguard since 2010. Alvarez shined against Vanguard, making nine saves and shutout the Lions for the first time this season in her second individual shutout. Alvarez was named the NAIA Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Natasha Coyle - The Master's
      • Sophomore - 5-8 - Forward - La Habra, Calif.
      • Natasha Coyle recorded a hat trick as No. 15 The Master's College upset No. 2 Westmont on the road. Earlier in the week, the Mustangs played to a 1-1 double overtime tie with No. 7 Concordia. Coyle was chosen as the NAIA Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week.
  • October 6, 2014
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Ashley McCutcheon - Vanguard
      • Junior - 5-9 - Defender - Aliso Viejo, Calif.
      • Junior defender Ashley McCutcheon led the Vanguard defense that did not even allow a shot on goal in the 9-0 win against Arizona Christian. She has a goal and two assists on the year, and Vanguard's defense has allowed just three total goals in 11 matches -- one against No. 1 Concordia Oregon and two against No. 7 Concordia Irvine.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Sarah Stead - The Master's
      • Freshman - 5-4 - Forward - Temecula, Calif.
      • Sarah Stead scored three goals as No. 9-ranked The Master's College won both of its conference games last week. The freshman forward recorded a hat trick in the 4-0 win against William Jessup. The Mustangs are now in second place in the GSAC and are undefeated in conference play with a record of 3-0-1 and 8-2-1 overall.
  • October 13, 2014
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Lauren Terry - Vanguard
      • Senior - 5-7 - Goalkeeper - Corona, Calif.
      • Lauren Terry registered nine saves and two GSAC wins on the week in goal for No. 12 Vanguard to move to 11-1-1 on the season. Her five saves propelled the Lions to victory in a tight 2-1 road win at William Jessup on Saturday.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Natalie Werner - Concordia
      • Sophomore - 5-9 - Midfielder - Lake Forest, Calif.
      • Natalie Werner had a huge week for No. 5-ranked Concordia, with a goal and assist against William Jessup, and two assists and a goal against San Diego Christian for a total of seven points. The highlight was her goal against San Diego Christian, as she stole the ball 30 yards away and launched a rocket into the upper left side of the net. She only fired two shots on goal on the week, both of which found the back of the net, and had a .667 shooting percentage. She is seventh in the country in total assists at seven and leads the GSAC. Werner is also seventh in the conference in points per game at 1.46.
  • October 20, 2014
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Lauren Terry - Vanguard
      • Senior - 5-7 - Goalkeeper - Corona, Calif.
      • Lauren Terry posted two upset wins in goal for No. 14-ranked Vanguard last week against two GSAC opponents that were higher in the rankings. She had a save in the 5-1 win against The Master's College. The senior goalkeeper stopped three shots on goal at ninth-ranked Biola squad to propel Vanguard to a 2-1 victory.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Madison Lopp - Vanguard
      • Freshman - 5-7 - Forward - Anaheim, Calif.
      • Freshman forward Madison Lopp posted two goals as Vanguard upset No. 11 The Master's 5-1 and assisted on one of the Lions much-needed scores in another clutch Vanguard upset at No. 9 Biola. Vanguard has won five straight in conference play and has 13 wins on the year, due in large part to Lopp's emergence as a top-offensive performer. In her first year with the program, she has 10 goals and three assists, ranking her third in points for Vanguard.
  • October 27, 2014
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Sofia Pacino - Hope International
      • Sophomore - 5-8 - Goalkeeper - Phelan, Calif.
      • Sofia Pacino recorded two shutouts in GSAC play last week, including the win at No. 8 Concordia 1-0 on the road. Against the Eagles, the senior goalkeeper made 10 saves with at least six coming from point blank range or requiring a very athletic save to push a ball over the top or wide. In the win against Arizona Christian, she recorded just one save but produced her ninth career shutout. Her nine shutouts is a new Hope International women's soccer career record which came in just 25 starts (including all 17 games this season) with injuries limiting her playing time. Pacino was named the NAIA Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Tiffany Dimaculangan - Westmont
      • Senior - 5-3 - Midfielder - Glendora, Calif.
      • Tiffany Dimaculangan led Westmont to two wins against two ranked GSAC opponents last week, giving the Warriors first place in the GSAC. She was described by her coach as the player of the game in the Warriors' win at No. 10 Vanguard. The senior midfielder scored the first goal in the first minute of play against No. 18 Biola. On the season, Dimaculangan has recorded five goals and three assists.
  • November 3, 2014
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Lauren Terry - Vanguard
      • Senior - 5-7 - Goalkeeper - Corona, Calif.
      • Lauren Terry notched two wins for No. 11 Vanguard last week to secure the 2014 GSAC Co-Championship for her squad. The senior goalkeeper managed a solo shutout against Hope International, her seventh of the year, and a combined shutout at Arizona Christian. Terry had two saves in the Hope International contest.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Brooke Lillywhite - Westmont
      • Sophomore - 5-5 - Midfielder - Huntington Beach, Calif.
      • Brooke Lillywhite set a school record by scoring five goals for Westmont at William Jessup. The sophomore midfielder scored the five goals with just seven shots in 53 minutes on the field. With the win, the Warriors clinched the number one seed in the GSAC Tournament and a co-regular season conference championship.
  • November 10, 2014
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Destinee Adams - Westmont
      • Freshman - 5-7 - Midfielder - Corona, Calif.
      • Defensive midfielder Destinee Adams was tasked with marking San Diego Christian forward Vivian Oray in Westmont's 4-0 GSAC Tournament semifinal victory. Earlier in the week, Oray scored both goals in the Hawks' 2-0 win in the GSAC Tournament first round. Adams held Oray to just one shot, which was not on goal.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Mallory Mitchell - Westmont
      • Senior - 5-9 - Forward - Coronado, Calif.
      • Mallory Mitchell scored two goals and assisted on another as top-seeded Westmont defeated San Diego Christian in the GSAC Tournament Semifinals. The senior forward leads the No. 5-ranked Warriors in both goals (8) and points (5).