Carlan Samuelson, a first-team all-conference selection, scored 14 goals and led AIB to its first NAIA Tournament berth.
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa – Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014 – The postseason honors rolled in for former members of the Menace women’s team this fall.
Congratulations to these honorees from the 2014 college season:
NCAA Division-I all-Great Lakes third team: Ashlie Stokes (2014), Drake
NCAA Division-II all-Central Region second team: Autumn Hayes (2014), Southwest Minnesota State
All-Conference, NCAA Division I
Missouri Valley Conference first team: Stokes
All-Conference, NCAA Division II
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference first team: Madie Edwards (2013), Upper Iowa
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference first team: Hayes
Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year: Mercy Darkoah (2014), Bellevue (Neb.)
Midwest Collegiate Conference Newcomer of the Year: Kaylin Swart (2014), AIB College
Midwest Collegiate Conference first team: Carlan Samuelson (2012-14), AIB College
Missouri Valley Conference all-tournament team: Stokes
Conference-USA academic first team: Kelsey Brouwer (2014), Middle Tennessee State
Big 12 academic first team: Andrea Swanson (2013), Iowa State
Missouri Valley Conference scholar-athlete first team: Spencer Vasey (2014), Drake
NCAA Division-II District VII academic first team: Hayes
Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Scholar-Athlete: Mercy Darkoah
First round, NAIA: AIB – Michelle Landeiro (2013-14), Zendy Montalvo (2013), Jenna Richins (2012-14), Samuelson and Swart
First round, NAIA: Bellevue – Darkoah
Next week, we will announce the 2014 honor roll for the Menace’s Premier Development League alumni.
Who is missing from this list? Please email corrections and updates to Adam Small at ajs@MenaceSoccer.com.
ABOUT THE MENACE: The Des Moines Menace provides the highest level of soccer in Iowa. The Menace women compete in the 70-team Women’s Premier Soccer League. In its 22nd season, the Menace men’s side competes in the 64-team United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League (PDL). The Menace teams play their home matches in a fun, family-friendly environment at Valley Stadium in West Des Moines. The organization promotes a healthy lifestyle through its popular youth programs, including the Menace Academy (select soccer for ages 9-19), camps, clinics, Junior Menace program and tournaments.
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