Clarksville, Ark.--Four University of the Ozarks women's soccer players were recognized by the American Southwest Conference with the announcement of the All-Conference teams selected by the 14 conference head coaches on Thursday.
Senior forward Lindy Swatzell was named to the All-ASC First Team. Freshman midfielder Jessalyn Halsted earned a spot on the All-ASC Second Team and sophomore defender Kate Schoenhals was named to the All-ASC Third Team. Senior midfielder Marissa Andrade was named All-ASC Honorable Mention. "I was glad to see our girls receive All-Conference honors," said head coach Adam Nirenberg. "When you talk about these awards, it points out the strength of your team. They each deserved the honors because of their solid play throughout the season." Swatzell, a 5-4 native of Westwood, Kansas, finished second in the conference in goals (21) and shots (94) and fourth in points (46). Swatzell ends her career as a four-time All-Conference performer. Swatzell owns career records at Ozarks including most goals (42), most points (95) and most shots (313). She was named the ASC Offensive Freshman of the Year in 2001. Halsted, a 5-9 native of Harrison, Arkansas, finished third in the conference in assists (12). Halsted ranked second on the team in goals (8) and points (28) while leading the team in assists. Schoenhals, a 5-9 native of Salt Lake City, Utah, started in 18 matches, anchoring the Lady Eagles defense. She earned ASC All-East Division Second Team last season. Andrade, a 5-5 native of Corpus Christi, Texas, is a three-time All-Conference performer. Andrade had six assists this season and recorded 15 shots. She ranks second in career games played (67) at Ozarks.