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Guy named second-team West Division by the USA South

Guy named second-team West Division by the USA South

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.  – Freshman Elena Guy was named second-team West Division by the USA South Athletic Conference.

The USA South released its All-Conference team and All-Division teams on Thursday. Guy was named second-team as a forward.

The Hudson, Fla., native has four goals and three assists this season to help the Lady Hawks to an 11-6-1 record. Guy scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Oglethorpe and the first goal in a 2-0 win at Agnes Scott. She also had an assist on the winning goal in a 1-0 overtime victory against Brevard.

Guy and the Lady Hawks will play at Maryville in the USA South Conference Tournament quarterfinals on Sunday. The game, which was originally set for Saturday, has been rescheduled for 1 p.m. (Central) on Sunday. 

Huntingdon senior Madi Critcher was named to the All-Sportsmanship team.

Piedmont's Cassidy Reich was named Player of the Year and Maryville's Bailey Sipos was named Rookie of the Year. Salem's Jay Callahan was named Coach of the Year.

The complete USA South Athletic Conference awards are listed below.

 

USA South Women's Soccer All-Conference Awards

Player of the Year: Cassidy Reich, Piedmont

Rookie of the Year: Bailey Sipos, Maryville

Coach of the Year: Jay Callahan, Salem

 

First-Team All-Conference

Forward
Brooke Bukas, Salem
Shannon Reagan, Maryville
Cassidy Reich, Piedmont
Bailey Sipos, Maryville

Midfielder
Ella Burkhart, N.C. Wesleyan
Savannah Castles, Piedmont
Hannah Clothier, Maryville

Defender
Kirstie King, Meredith
Miranda Lukas, Maryville
Sydney Priest, Salem

Goalkeeper
Rachel Lemay, Covenant

 

West Division

First-Team

Forward
Addy Cronan, Covenant
Shannon Reagan, Maryville
Cassidy Reich, Piedmont
Bailey Sipos, Maryville

Midfielder
Callie Bader, Covenant
Savannah Castles, Piedmont
Hannah Clothier, Maryville

Defender
Kelly Allen, Maryville
Kendyll Freeman, Covenant
Miranda Lukas, Maryville 

Goalkeeper
Rachel Lemay, Covenant

 

Second-Team

Forward
Fetlework Blitch, Wesleyan
Elena Guy, Huntingdon
Zoey Perchaluk, Agnes Scott

Midfielder
Abbie Anderson, Maryville
Tori Gillett, Piedmont
Jazmin Penado, Piedmont 
Kara Tubb, Maryville 

Defender
Aleea Bishop, Piedmont
Abbey Dunlop, Piedmont
Alexis Gottko, Piedmont

Goalkeeper
Miranda McNalley, Piedmont

 

East Division

First-Team

Forward
Brooke Bukas, Salem
Capri Clark, Methodist
Jessica Wallace, Meredith

Midfielder
Ella Burkhart, N.C. Wesleyan
Morgan Jones, Salem
Alex Mattson, Ferrum
Cassie Padilla, Meredith

Defender
Victoria Burkhart, N.C. Wesleyan
Kirstie King, Meredith
Sydney Priest, Salem

Goalkeeper
Jaisa Loch, Meredith

 

Second-Team

Forward
Mercedes Fisher, Greensboro
Jordan Lanier, Salem
Cydney Nichols, N.C. Wesleyan
Katie Quinn, Meredith

Midfielder
Erin Cooke, Meredith
Jasmine Newman, Methodist
Samantha Whipp, Greensboro

Defender
Olivia DeBellis, Meredith
Alyssa Denkovich, Salem
Sierra Swasey, Methodist

Goalkeeper
Emily Benton, Methodist

 

All-Sportsmanship Team
Nia Coates, Agnes Scott
Nia Johnson, Averett
Sierra Massucco, Berea
Ashley Hughes, Brevard
Callie Bader, Covenant
Mac Cannaday, Ferrum
Keeley Catarineau, Greensboro
Madi Critcher, Huntingdon
Taylor Vardeman, LaGrange
Kara Tubb, Maryville
Jaisa Loch, Meredith
Morgan Albertson, Methodist
Lucia Davids, N.C. Wesleyan
Kaley Hyatt, Pfeiffer
Samantha Ishee, Piedmont
Amy Bounds, Salem
Jessica Austell, Wesleyan
Amber Arnold, William Peace