Clarksville, Ark.-Three 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.
Sophomore midfielder Jessalyn Halsted made the All-ASC second team and junior midfielder Kate Schoenhals made the All-ASC third team. Senior defender Becky Obermueller was named All-ASC honorable mention. ????? Halsted, a 5-8 native of Harrison, led the team in points (8) and tied for the team lead in goals (3) and assists (2). Halsted, who played in only six matches for Ozarks, had two game-winning goals. She had a two-goal performance against Concordia-Austin. She received All-Conference last season. Schoenhals received All-Conference honors for the third straight season after starting in 17 matches. Schoenhals finished the season with two assists. Obermueller, a 5-5 native of Derby, Kansas, started in 17 matches and had 14 shots. She ends her career tied for the school record in most games played (68). ????? "It’s very good that our players were recognized by the other coaches in the conference," said head coach Justin Neese. "It is a nice reward for the girls. It’s shows that these student-athletes have done what they need to do in the classroom as well as on the field. All-Conference players are leaders among their peers on their respective teams and are leaders in the conference."