Courtesy: Joe Browning Sophomore forward Katrina Guillou was named a Third-Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region selection by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) on Wednesday
WILMINGTON, North Carolina – Sophomore forward Katrina Guillou was named a Third-Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region selection by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) on Wednesday.
Guillou becomes just the third player in program history to earn NSCAA All-Region accolades, joining former standouts Stephanie Rose (First Team – 2012) and Megan Novak (Third Team - 2009) on the exclusive list.
“This is a fantastic honor for Katrina and our team,” said UNCW Head Coach Paul Cairney. “There are a tremendous amount of talented players on these all-region teams and I am excited for Katrina to be in this company. As with any individual award, Katrina shares this honor with her teammates.”
A First-Team All-CAA selection, Guillou enjoyed a breakout sophomore campaign that saw her pace the Seahawks in goals (10), assists (6) and points (26) as she ranked among the top five players in the CAA in all three categories. A native of Ft. Washington, Md., Guillou took part in all 19 games for the Seahawks this season and finished the campaign with points in 11 of the team’s final 15 contests.
UNCW completed the 2013 season with a 9-10-0 overall record. The Seahawks advanced to the CAA Women’s Soccer Championship for the 13th time in program history, falling to defending champion Hofstra on the road in the first round.