Soccer receives five All-AD3I Players and Coach of the Year
December 10, 2008
Kansas City, MO- The Salem College soccer team had five players receive NCAA All-Association of Division III Independent's awards, and Jay Callahan received AD3I Coach of the Year honors. The NCAA AD3I consists of 17 independent NCAA DIII institutions from throughout the country. Tatum Justice (Jacksonville, NC) received the highest honors for the team. She was selected as a first-team midfielder.
Justice led the team with goals on the season with 9, including 3 game-winning goals. She also added 3 assists. Tori Collier (Raleigh, NC) was selected as a second-team forward for the second year in a row. Michala Michaux (Morganton, NC) received honors as a second-team defender.
Two soccer players were selected to the third team. Samantha Hubbard (Sanford, NC) was selected as a third-team forward, and Kayla Stover (Sturgeon Bay, WI) was a third-team midfielder. Callahan has turned the soccer program around at Salem from going 1-15 in 2006 to 22-9-2 the last two seasons.
All-Association of DIII Independents
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