Wildcats season ends at 7-5
Mountain Heritage: 37
Trojans season ends at 5-7
Red Devils advance to the second round going to Reidsville Friday.
Wilkes Central: 26
Panthers advance to the second round hosting Burns on Friday.
North Surry: 41
Blue Devils advance to the second round going to Shelby on Friday.
Bunker Hill: 14
Bears season ends at 6-6.
A.C. Reynolds: 55
Red Tornadoes season ends at 4-8
West Rowan: 42
Patriots season ends at 7-5
Alexander Central: 34
Cougars season ends at 8-4
South Caldwell: 0
Spartans season ends at 4-8
The Lenoir-Rhyne Volleyball Team celebrated its six seniors before tonight's game and proceeded to defeat Coker 3-0 on Friday night inside of Shuford Gym.
Junior Taylor Prall finished with 18 kills and added 11 digs for her 11th double-double on the season. Prall hit .405 for the night and added three service aces and a block. Prall sits just 22 kills away from the 400 mark on the season. Just one player in the last 12 years has topped 400 kills and that was Brooke Redmond with 401 in 2015.
Seniors Hannah Houston and Jackie Denny each finished with seven kills with Denny hitting .556. Denny added five blocks which gives her 346 for her career, ranking her fifth in program history. Denny's 1.02 blocks per set places her third in team history.
Sophomore Helen Hamilton also notched a double-double with 22 assists and 11 digs.
Senior Selena Scudder tallied 15 assists for the Bears and fellow senior Alexis Ivey totaled three kills.
The visitors were led by 10 kills from Taylor du Bray and 10 digs from Gabrielle Milo.
This is the 10th 3-0 sweep for Lenoir-Rhyne this season.
The Bears hit a season-best .351 as a team. The 47 kills ties the most in a 3-setter all season for LR.
The Bears will close out the regular season with a match against No. 24 Wingate on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Sixth seeded Appalachian State men's soccer fell in the semifinal round of the Sun Belt Championship to second-seeded Coastal Carolina, 2-1, on Friday evening at Ted Mack.
The Mountaineers' season ends with an 11-7-1 mark, while Coastal advances to the finals on Sunday against Georgia State.
A strong start by the Chanticleers aided their victory, scoring both goals in the first half by Kasper Skraep in the fifth minute and Sam Snaith five minutes later in the 10th minute.
App's defense clamped down, allowing CCU seven total shots in the final 80 minutes of the contest, including just four in the second period. The Black and Gold offense attempted nine of their 12 shots in the second half.
Myson Darden scored his first collegiate goal in the 76th minute to narrow the deficit to 2-1 when Dimitris Moraitakis sent in the cross inside of the goalkeeper's box to the freshman for the header.
In the 83rd minute, Zeiko Harris' header went just wide of the net. Five minutes later, Aldo Tarantini's attempt to tie up the match was stopped by Alberto Ciroi.
Jacob Madden played all 90 minutes between the posts, stopping three shots by Coastal Carolina.
App State put forth a solid season, with its most wins since 2002, eight shutouts (most since 2011), a win over North Carolina for the first time since 1980 and the first time posting back-to-back winning seasons since 2011-12.
The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Soccer Team fell to Lincoln Memorial in the South Atlantic Conference Tournament semifinals 1-0 on Friday night at the Matthews Sports Complex. It is the second straight year the Bears have lost to the Railsplitters. The loss marks the fourth straight for LR at the hands of Lincoln Memorial.
Despite holding a 17-2 advantage in shots and an 11-1 lead in shots on goal, the Bears were on the wrong side of Friday's result. Jessica Cravero scored her league-leading 17th goal of the season to give LMU the win. Cravero's goal came in the 70th minute. Emanuely Costa made 11 saves in a winning effort for the Railsplitters.
Hannah Van Eerden took five shots and Aqsa Mushtaq registered four. Neve Duston put all three of her shots on frame.
LR held a 3-1 edge in corner kicks as well. Lincoln Memorial was whistled for 14 fouls compared to seven for LR.
LR dropped both matchups with Lincoln Memorial this season by 1-0 margins. LMU is the reigning SAC Tournament champions.
Lenoir-Rhyne hasn't won a SAC Tournament title since 2012.
Kara Spicer tied her season-high with 19 kills and Emma Longley added 17 as Appalachian State volleyball posted a 3-1 (20-25, 25-22, 25-20, 25-17) victory over South Alabama on Friday evening.
Spicer finished with a .516 hitting percentage, which is her third best this season. She also had 19 kills in a 3-1 win over Georgia Southern last Friday.
Longley added 11 digs to go along with her 17 kills for her third straight and team leading 12th double-double of the season.
Victoria Wilform had nine kills, Daryn Armstrong had a career-high seven and Grace Morrison chipped in with six kills.
In all, App State (12-16, 8-7 SBC) hit .314 in the contest, marking the third time the Black and Gold have hit over .300 in a match this season.
South Alabama (20-9, 11-4 SBC) broke a 15-15 tie in the first set with three straight points. App State responded with the next three points to tie the score at 18-18. The teams split the next two points, before the Jaguars scored five straight to take a 24-19 advantage, eventually winning the set 25-20.
Set 2 featured 11 ties and five lead changes. With the score deadlocked 21-21, App State got a kill from Longley and block assists from Armstrong and Morrison to take a 23-21 lead. Following a Jaguar point, the Mountaineers used a kill from Armstrong and an attack error to clinch the set 25-22 and tie the match at 1-1.
In Set 3, the Mountaineers scored three straight points to build an 18-14 edge. App State slowly continued to pull away and won the final two points of the set to take the frame 25-17 and open a 2-1 lead.
The Mountaineers took a commanding 10-4 lead in the fourth set, thanks to a 4-0 run. South Alabama cut the App State lead to three points at 15-12, but the Mountaineers used a block from Spicer and kill from Armstrong to push their advantage to 17-12. The Jaguars pulled within three points again at 19-16, before the Black and Gold scored four consecutive points to open a 23-15 lead. An attack error on match point from South Alabama gave App State the set 25-17 and match 3-1.
Sam Bickley dished out 50 assists, to go along with five kills and seven digs. Emma Reilly tallied a match-high 22 digs and Sydney Farthing added nine digs.
App State will conclude the regular season on Sunday at 12:30 p.m. The Mountaineers will also honor Farthing and Longley as part of Senior Day festivities prior to the beginning of the contest.
For the second straight year, the Lenoir-Rhyne Football Team has placed three players on the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team. QB Grayson Willingham, OL Ronnie Clifton and LB Clayton Horn earned a spot on the Super Region Two First Team.
The 2019 Google Cloud Academic All-District® Football Team, selected by CoSIDA, recognizes the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances on the field and in the classroom. The Google Cloud Academic All-America® program separately recognizes football honorees in four divisions — NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III and NAIA.
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Willingham and Horn are accounting majors. Clifton, a 2018 Third Team Academic All-American, is a Business Administration major.
Justin Forrest surpassed 1,000 career points while recording his first career double-double, but App State fell 59-56 against Montana State on Friday in the opening game of the Spartan Invitational.
Forrest had 27 points and a career-high 12 rebounds in becoming the 33rd player in program history to reach 1,000 points. A junior guard, he went 10-for-13 at the line and increased his three-year total to 1,024 points.
Fellow guard Adrian Delph grabbed eight rebounds one game after setting a new career high of nine in a win against East Carolina, and post player Hunter Seacat also scored in double figures during a 10-point, five-rebound effort for the Mountaineers (2-2).
Forrest had double-digit rebounds for the second time in his career, as he grabbed 10 boards and scored seven points against UTEP early in his freshman year.
Montana State, which nearly upset a ranked Utah State team in its season opener, improved to 2-1. Harald Frey scored 16 points to lead the Bobcats, who increased their lead to 59-54 on two free throws with four seconds left. Forrest converted a layup at the buzzer for the final margin.
Trailing 24-19 late in the first half, App State took a 25-24 lead into the break thanks to Michael Bibby's 3-pointer with 1:09 remaining, a defensive charge taken by Bibby at the other end and his assist on Delph's corner 3 with 20 seconds left before halftime.
The Mountaineers led for most of the first eight minutes of the second half and moved ahead 42-40 with Donovan Gregory's game-tying layup and James Lewis' tiebreaking layup off a Delph assist with 7:54 remaining. Montana State responded with a 10-0 run that ended with back-to-back 3s from the left-handed Frey.
App State continues play in the Spartan Invitational on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. against Tennessee Tech in the on-campus Fleming Gymnasium. On Monday night in the Greensboro Coliseum, the Mountaineers face UNCG at 7 p.m.
Lenoir-Rhyne Volleyball sophomore setter Helen Hamilton has been named to the Academic All-District Team. Hamilton, an Exercise Science major, is one of five South Atlantic Conference players to make up the District 3 team which encompasses Conference Carolinas and the Peach Belt.
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Izzy Evely placed 65th in a field of over 250 runners as Appalachian State women's cross country finished 17th at the NCAA Southeast Regionals on Friday.
The Mountaineers finished with 479 points. N.C. State finished first with 48 points, Furman was second with 83 points and Virginia Tech was third with 116 points.
Evely navigated the 6K course in a PR time of 21:40.2. Her mark now ranks as the 10th fastest 6K time in program history.
Kylee Frady also posted a top-100 finish, crossing 85th overall with a time of 21:59.9.
Lila Peters placed 109th in a PR time of 22:18.8 and Sarah Venable was right behind in 112th in a 6K PR time of 22:22.1.
Sarah Sandreuter crossed 128th in a PR time of 22:31.6, Natalie Richardson finished 154th with a PR mark of 22:54.2 and Madi Provo placed 216th in 23:54.5.
1. N.C. State, 48; 2. Furman, 83; 3. Virginia Tech, 116; 4. Wake Forest, 133; 5. Duke, 154; 6. North Carolina, 162; 7. Virginia, 250; 8. Kentucky, 291; 9. Elon, 317; 10. Clemson, 326; 11. High Point, 356; 12. William & Mary, 363; 13. Liberty, 367; 14. Charlotte, 375; 15. South Carolina, 417; 16. Eastern Kentucky, 431; 17. App State, 479; 18. Richmond, 494; 19. East Carolina, 530; 20. James Madison, 574; 21. Wofford, 604; 22. UNC-Greensboro, 608; 23. Davidson, 647; 24. Charleston Southern, 661; 25. George Mason, 668; 26. College of Charleston, 737; 27. VCU, 738; 28. Radford, 761; 29. Morehead State, 832; 30. Northern Kentucky, 833; 31. Murray State, 947; 32. UNCW, 997; 33. UNC-Asheville, 1013; 34. USC Upstate, 1033.
Ryan Brown placed 45th overall as Appalachian State men's cross country finished 15th at the NCAA Southeast Regional on Friday.
The Mountaineers tallied 427 points in the meet. Virginia finished first with 79 points, Virginia Tech was second with 109 points and N.C. State rounded out the top-three with 116 points.
Brown shattered his 10K PR by nearly a full minute. He posted a time of 31:07.9, bettering his PR of 32:04.1 set last season. In addition, his time now ranks as the eighth fastest 10K time in program history.
Isaac Benz and Ben Cignarale also recorded top-100 finishes. Benz crossed 90th overall in a PR time of 31:59.3 and Cignarale placed 97th with a PR mark of 32:07.3.
George Hotelling finished 102nd in 32:14.8, Oliver Wilson-Cook was 108th in 32:19.8, Gable Dershem recorded a 118th place finish in 32:42.6 and Michael Flanagan finished 155th with a time of 33:19.5.
1. Virginia, 79; 2. Virginia Tech, 109; 3. N.C. State, 116; 4. Furman, 152; 5. Charlotte, 194; 6. Duke, 198; 7. Wake Forest, 206; 8. North Carolina, 217; 9. Eastern Kentucky, 227; 10. Campbell, 294; 11. Liberty, 334; 12. William & Mary, 346; 13. Kentucky, 366; 14. High Point, 396; 15. App State, 427; 16. George Mason, 462; 17. Coastal Carolina, 475; 18. East Carolina, 483; 19. Clemson, 541; 20. Charleston Southern, 551; 21. Louisville, 607; 22. Richmond, 614; 23. Davidson, 672; 24. UNC-Greensboro, 680; 25. Elon, 692; 26. College of Charleston, 693; 27. Morehead State, 763; t28. UNC-Asheville, 796; t28. VCU, 296; 30. Western Kentucky, 817; 31. UNCW, 834; 32. USC Upstate, 878; 33. Murray State, 945; 34. Northern Kentucky, 993; 35. Presbyterian, 1083.
Hickory Motor Speedway has just released their schedule for the 2020 race season, and it is packed full of excitement. The Historic Race Track will open up their 70th season of racing on March 7th, 2020 with our season opening blowout event, and the track will once again be headlined each week with the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Models.
Paramount Auto Group will return as the title sponsor for the Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models and Paramount KIA will return for the popular Paramount KIA "Big 10" Racing Challenge, which provides 10 races with feature events that provide additional purse money and a championship of its own.
Hickory Motor Speedway will continue promoting events for the Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models, Street Stocks, Carolina Custom Golf Cart Super Trucks, 4-Cylinders, Renegades and the Hickory Vintage Racing Series during their weekly events, with an added division for 6 events with the Carolina Pro-Late Model Series.
The PASS Super Late Models will return to America’s Most Famous Short Track in 2020, including the Easter Bunny 150 on April 11th, 2020.
The track will play host to the Cars Racing Tour again in 2020 with two dates. The Cars Racing Tour has had a long history at The Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars and will return on March 21st and Aug, 1st for the popular Throwback Series event.
The Knights of Destruction will return with two events beginning on May 30th and is sure to deliver excitement and thrills for all that attend. This event provides a fun filled night of special racing including a school bus race, skid plate race, chain race, and much more. The second event will be Oct. 3rd and will prove to be just as exciting.
The newly formed FASS Big Rig Series will be making an appearance on May 2nd with Semi-Truck racing returning to Hickory Motor Speedway.
Also on tap will be one event for the popular Southern Modified Series on Sept. 26th. The Southern Modified Series has provided some great racing for their events with multiple Modified stars in attendance.
The season will also include the running of the Paramount Auto Group Bobby Isaac Memorial race on Saturday, September 5th of the Labor Day weekend, a very special tradition at the legendary track, honoring the late Bobby Isaac. The Calico Coatings Fall Brawl will be held on October 17th which is a 200-lap feature special event for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Models, 100-lap Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Model, and more.
The SunDown Audio Competition will return on Aug. 15th featuring elaborate car stereos from around the United States.
There are still a few dates to be secured and some to be announced later, but several of our sponsors have already secured their dates for 2020 at The Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars. This is a tentative schedule and could be subject to minimal changes.
Ticket prices will remain the same in 2020 (excluding special events) for weekly NASCAR events ($12.50 for adults, $10.50 for seniors and teens, with kids 12 and under free).
Hickory Motor Speedway will remain open for testing throughout the off season.
Tires and fuel will be available at the track
Hickory Motor Speedway management will continue to work hard for the sponsors, fans, and competitors, to provide a level field of competition and great entertainment in a family oriented atmosphere
East Lincoln: 7
Red Devils season ends at 19-4-1
West Iredell: 1
Panthers advance to the fourth round host Forest Hills.
Cuthbertson: 0, OT
Red Tornadoes advance to the fourth round going to Charlotte Catholic.
Mason Hawks buried a game-tying 3-pointer with five seconds left in regulation to send the game to overtime where the Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Basketball Team outlasted Southern Wesleyan 93-87. With the Bears trailing 77-74, Hawks took a dribble handoff and buried an NBA range triple and then LR outscored the hosts 16-10 in the overtime period to stay undefeated.
The game was tied at 39 at the break but Southern Wesleyan charged ahead with a 10-0 run to start the second half. The Bears trailed for the entire second half and were down as many as 12 at the 11:15 mark.
Darius Simmons came off the bench to drop 18 points and went 14-for-16 from the free throw line. Simmons added five rebounds and his previous career-high in made free throws was seven against Mars Hill on Dec. 13, 2017.
R.J. Gunn overcame a slow start to score 18 points and came one rebound shy of a double-double.
Freshman Zim Fields took over in overtime, scoring seven straight points.
Davion Bradford finished with 11 points and was 5-for-5 from the field including a highlight reel dunk in the second half.
LR outscored SWU 28-13 from the charity stripe and converted 80 percent from the free throw line.
The Bears shot 49 percent from the field but were held well below their season average of made 3-pointers. LR hit just seven threes and came into the night averaging 12.5 made triples per game.
This is only the second all-time meeting between the two programs. LR beat SWU 83-52 inside Shuford Gym on 11/13/2018. The Bears have won five straight games against Conference Carolinas foes.
LR had six steals and two blocks in the first five minutes of the game.
12 of Anthony Rice's 16 points came in the first half.
This is the second straight 3-0 start for the Bears.
LR opens up the home portion of its 2019-20 schedule when Lander visits Hickory Saturday at 7pm.
Appalachian State softball head Coach Shelly Hoerner announced the signing of eight future Mountaineer student-athletes on Wednesday.
"We are excited to welcome this large class to the mountain. As we lose a senior class that has made an impact on our program, it was important to find players that can continue to build what those players have," head coach Shelly Hoerner said. "The senior class has helped change the image and culture of this program and I am proud of them for laying the foundation for future mountaineers like this incoming class."
"The class of 2020 has a bright future ahead of them. They have a high IQ of the game and have played against top competition in their travel ball organizations. The group overall is very competitive, versatile and has a blue-collar mentality. I look forward to them being a success on and off the field and in the App and Boone community."
Elkview, W.V. / Herbert Hoover High School
A standout pitcher at Herbert Hoover, Buckner joins the Mountaineers after posting a 52-3 record as a pitcher through her junior year. Buckner was a First Team All-Conference selection as a freshman, sophomore and junior. She was named Second Team All-State as a freshman and First Team All-State as a sophomore and junior, as well as the West Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year as a sophomore. Buckner has compiled 664 strikeouts over her three years, and ended with a .331 ERA as a junior. At the plate, Buckner posted two homeruns and a .495 batting average her junior year.
Sharpsburg, Ga. | Trinity Christian School
A five-year varsity softball player, Carson has been named team MVP four times at Trinity Christian School in Sharpsburg, Ga. She led the team in homeruns junior and senior year and led the team in stolen bases every year. Carson is also a four-time earned All-Region selection, posting a .449 batting average and .512 on base percentage. Carson has been a member of three travel ball teams, including the Georgia Intensity, East Cobb Bullets and most recently, the Georgie Impact.
Raleigh, N.C. | Middle Creek High School
Cornett joins the Mountaineers from Raleigh, where she has earned All-State, All-District and All-Conference honors at Middle Creek High School. 2017 was a standout year for Cornett, when she earned those accolades, along with Offensive Player of the Year. Off the field, the outfielder was named Academic All-Conference in 2017, 2018 and 2019. She is also a Modern Woodmen Scholar Athlete.
Greenfield, Wisc. / Whitehall High School
A three-year varsity player at Whitehall, Cunningham was named First Team All-Conference and All-Region as a junior. She was also an Honorable Mention All-State selection. She posted a .500 batting average with 39 RBI and six home runs at the end of her junior year. Cunningham was Second Team All-Conference as a freshman and sophomore and helped her team to a state championship as a sophomore. Cunningham plays travel ball for BATS Academy, where she was named the Most Improved Player in 2018.
Rock Hill, S.C. / South Pointe High School
Houston will join the Mountaineers as an outfield for the 2021 season. During her career at South Pointe High School, she has been awarded Team MVP, Offensive MVP and Defensive MVP. She was an All-State selection as a sophomore and junior, and an All-Region selection as a sophomore, junior and senior. She has posted above a .500 batting average every season, including a .622 as a freshman, .596 as a junior, and .512 as a junior. She was also perfect in stolen base attempts as a junior, completing all 24 of her attempts.
Anniston, Ala. / White Plains High School
An All-State selection at White Plains High School, Jones will join the Mountaineers after a standout high school career. Along with her All-State honors as a freshman, sophomore and junior, Jones was named All-District in 2016 and was the 2016 Female Athlete of the Year. As a junior, Jones was named MVP after posting the highest batting average with a .500, most stolen bases (47) and most runs scored (52). She was also the Area Tournament MVP and named to the All-Star North Team in 2019.
Cumming, Ga. / Lambert High School
Sewell brings many academic and athletic honors to the Appalachian roster. The infielder was named Second Team All-County as a junior after posting a .377 batting average, a .442 on base percentage, and a .954 fielding percentage. She also earned the team's Longhorn Award for her hustle and leadership. Academically, Sewell earned All-Academic honors as a sophomore, junior, and senior.
The South Atlantic Conference (SAC) officially announced the 2019 SAC Women's Soccer All-conference honorees with seven Bears earning recognition. Aqsa Mushtaq earned the SAC Offensive Player of the Year with Gary Higgins receiving his second Coach of the Year award.
Senior forward Hannah Van Eerden, sophomore midfielder Neve Duston, and senior defender Christina Shimshock also earned first-team recognition, which gives LR a conference-leading four players on the league's first-team. Senior midfielder Abigael McGarel and junior defender Aleisha Cruwys claimed second-team recognitions. Redshirt-freshman Charlotte Warner wrapped up honors as honorable mention team member.
Mushtaq, a native of Bradford, England earns her second straight SAC first-team honor and her first SAC Offensive Player of the Year award. She finished second in the league currently in goals 13, points 30, and shots with 83. Mushtaq was first the SAC with shot on goal percentage with a .590.
Van Eerden, a native of Stokesdale, N.C.,earns her first SAC All-Conference team nod. Van Eerden is currently third in the SAC in goals with 12 and fifth in assists at five. She is also top 10 in LR history in goals with 28 for her career.
Duston, a native of Palm City, Fla., earns her first SAC All-Conference nod. Duston is currently eighth in the SAC in goals with eight second-most by any freshmen in the conference.
Shimshock, from Asheville, N.C., earned her third SAC All-conference nod and her second first-team honors. She is currently fifth in the SAC in assists with five. Shimshock has led a defense that has given up a league-low 10 goals on the season.
McGarel, a native of Morristown, Tenn., secures her fourth straight SAC All-Conference honors. She is currently fourth on the Bears in goals with seven, while posting a .400 career shot on goal percentage and has started and played in every game since her freshman year.
Cruwys, a native of Bournemouth, England, claims her first SAC All-Conference honors. Cruwys helped lead LR to a SAC leading goals-against average of .59.
Warner, a native of Burlington, Ontario, Canada, earns her first SAC All-conference honors. She leads the SAC conference in shutouts at 10 and goals-against average at .59.
Coach Higgins secures his second SAC Coach of the Year award of his coaching career. Higgins secured the 50th win of his career against Limestone earlier this year and the 15 wins this season marks the most in a season under Higgins.
Lenoir-Rhyne claimed its seventh regular season SAC championship with a 3-1 win over Coker. The Bears will compete against Lincoln Memorial in the semifinals of the SAC tournament this weekend Friday Nov. 15 at 4:30 p.m.
2019 South Atlantic Conference Women's Soccer All-Conference
F – Aqsa Mushtaq, Lenoir-Rhyne
F – Jessica Cravero, Lincoln Memorial
F – Nia Gaither, Queens
F – Hannah Van Eerden, Lenoir-Rhyne
MF – Jovana Sanchez, Catawba
MF – McKenna DeLong, Wingate
MF – Maria Hernandez, Lincoln Memorial
MF – Neve Duston, Lenoir-Rhyne
D – Christina Shimshock, Lenoir-Rhyne
D – Katie Beck, Catawba
D – Ermelinda Pantaleao, Lincoln Memorial
D – Kristen DeBiase, Wingate
GK – Abbey Frail, Wingate
F – Daphne Heyaime, Newberry
F – Emilee Futrell, Carson-Newman
F – Shelby Vasich, Catawba
F – Sanne Martinsen, Mars Hill
MF – Abigael McGarel, Lenoir-Rhyne
MF – Lulu Phan, Queens
MF – Kristina Markfort, Carson-Newman
MF – Jess Lafrancis, Wingate
D – Aleisha Cruwys, Lenoir-Rhyne
D – Chandler Hendrix, Wingate
D – Beatrice Gards, Carson-Newman
D – Jente Kuper, Carson-Newman
GK – Shelby Thompson, Catawba
F – Erin Cepeda, Anderson
MF – Karen Juarez, Queens
MF – Jacqueline Aldrete, Newberry
MF – Addie Henry, Carson-Newman
MF – Emma rose Stockton, Queens
D – Kenzie Ellenburg, Tusculum
D – Thenia Zervas, Lincoln Memorial
D – Emma Harms, Newberry
GK – Charlotte Warner, Lenoir-Rhyne
Offensive Player of the Year
Aqsa Mushtaq, Lenoir-Rhyne
Defensive Player of the Year
Katie Beck, Catawba
Freshman of the Year
Nia Gaither, Queens
Coach of the Year
Gary Higgins, Lenoir-Rhyne
Fair Play Award