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    2013 SEC Women’s Soccer Awards Announced

    Texas A&M head coach G Guerrieri, Ole Miss forward Rafaelle Souza, Florida forward Savannah Jordan and  South Carolina goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo headline the 2013 Southeastern Conference Women’s Soccer Awards announced Monday.

    Guerrieri was named SEC Coach of the Year while Souza earned SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors. Jordan was named SEC Offensive Player of the Year and SEC Freshman of the Year. D’Angelo was tabbed SEC Defensive Player of the Year.

    It is the first time that Guerrieri has been named SEC Coach of the Year. Guerrieri led Texas A&M to a share of the SEC?title with a 9-2-0 league record this season.

    Souza, who owns a 3.75 grade point average in Engineering was tabbed SEC Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the second time. Souza is leading the SEC?with total points (42) while ranking second in goals scored (18) and eighth in assists (6) on the season.

    Jordan becomes the second consecutive Florida player to earn SEC?Offensive Player of the Year honors since the honor was split between offensive and defensive players in 2005. The Fayetteville, Ga., native who also earned SEC Freshman of the Year honors, led the SEC with 20 goals on the season, including 12 in league play

    D’Angelo earned SEC Defensive Player of the Year honors after posting 10 clean sheets in 19 games this season.

    2013 SEC Women’s Soccer Awards

    Coach of the Year: G Guerrieri, Texas A&M

    Offensive Player of the Year: Savannah Jordan, Florida

    Defensive Player of the Year: Sabrina D’Angelo, South Carolina

    Freshman of the Year: Savannah Jordan, Florida

    Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Rafaelle Souza, Ole Miss

    First Team All-SEC
    Forward: Arin Gilliland, Kentucky
    Forward: Savannah Jordan, Florida
    Forward: Rafaelle Souza, Ole Miss
    Forward: Cheyna Williams, Vanderbilt
    Midfielder: Kaysie Clark, Missouri
    Midfielder: Shea Groom, Texas A&M
    Midfielder: Mandy McCalla, Ole Miss
    Midfielder: Havana Solaun, Florida
    Defender: Taylor Leach, South Carolina
    Defender: Kala Faulkner, Auburn
    Defender: Meghan Streight, Texas A&M
    Defender: Christen Westphal, Florida
    Goalkeeper: Sabrina D’Angelo, South Carolina

    Second Team All-SEC
    Forward: Caroline Brown, Tennessee
    Forward: Summer Clarke, LSU
    Forward: Pia Rijsdijk, Alabama
    Forward: Elisabeth Sullivan, Mississippi St.
    Midfielder: Ashleigh Ellenwood, Arkansas
    Midfielder: Emma Fletcher, LSU
    Midfielder: Kelley Monogue, Texas A&M
    Midfielder: Stuart Pope, Kentucky
    Defender: Torri Allen, Georgia
    Defender: Leigh Edwards, Texas A&M
    Defender: Cara Ledman, Kentucky
    Defender: Megan Lee, LSU
    Defender: Allie Sirna, Tennessee
    Goalkeeper: Jordan Day, Texas A&M

    All-Freshman Team
    Pam Begic, Florida
    Simone Charley, Vanderbilt
    Summer Clarke, LSU
    Marion Crowder, Georgia
    Chelsea Drennan, South Carolina
    Emma Fletcher, LSU
    Gretchen Harknett, Ole Miss
    Savannah Jordan, Florida
    Liz Keester, Texas A&M
    Casie Ramsier, Auburn
    Zoe Swift, Kentucky