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Soccer: Grasso, Howell-Harries Named To NSCAA All-South Region Team

Kimberly Grasso, Grace Howell-Harries selected to NSCAA All-South Region Third Team

Grasso_Howell Harries 2014 All-South Region

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Ragin’ Cajuns soccer’s senior defender Grace Howell-Harries and sophomore midfielder Kimberly Grasso have been selected to the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Women’s All-South Region Third Team, the organization announced Wednesday.
A 2014 All-Sun Belt Conference First Team selection, Howell-Harries garnered region honors for the second time in her career after being selected to the NSCAA All-South Region Second Team in 2013.
In 2014, Howell-Harries led the Cajuns in minutes for the third-straight season, totaling 1,562 in 18 matches. She played the full 90 minutes 14 times, twice recording a season-high 110 minutes this season. A native of London, Ontario, Canada, Howell-Harries has served as a captain for Louisiana the past two seasons. In 2014, she recorded two assists, tallying one of those in Louisiana’s record-setting 10-1 win over Alcorn State on Sept. 21. In 2013, Howell-Harries was named SBC Defensive Player of the Year while also being selected first team all-conference and garnering All-Louisiana First Team accolades. As a freshman in 2011, she earned All-SBC Second Team honors.
A native of Houma, Louisiana, Grasso earned all-region honors for the first time in her career after being named to the 2014 All-SBC Second Team last month.
In 2014, Grasso played in all 19 matches with 13 starts on the season, finishing fourth on the team in minutes played with 1,118 and first among Louisiana midfielders. She recorded five goals for 10 points, tying for third on the team in goals scored while ranking fourth in points. This season, Grasso helped the Cajuns to 47 goals and 121 points, both program records, to rank as one of the top offenses in the country.
Louisiana finished the season 9-8-2, tying for the second-most wins in program history. The Cajuns went 7-2-1 at home in 2014, finishing one win shy of tying the program wins record at the Cajuns Soccer Complex. 

First Team            
Pos. Player   Class   School Hometown
K Sabrina D’Angelo     Sr.     South Carolina Welland, Ont.
D Arin  Gilliland     Sr.     Kentucky Lexington, Ky.
D Taylor Leach     Sr.     South Carolina Maumee, Ohio
D Meghan Streight     Sr.     Texas A&M McKinney, Texas
D Christen Westphal     Jr.     Florida Brecksville, Ohio
M Kaysie Clark     Sr.     Missouri Liberty, Mo.
M Shea Groom     Sr.     Texas A&M Liberty, Mo.
M Alissa  Jones     Jr.     Troy Mustang, Okla.
Rianna Jarrett     Jr.     Tennessee-Martin Wexford, Ireland
F Savannah Jordan     So.     Florida Fayetteville, Ga.
F Kelley Monogue     Sr.     Texas A&M McKinney, Texas
Second Team                
Pos. Player   Class   School Hometown
K Mikki Lewis     Fr.     Troy St. Johns, Fla.
D Tessa Andujar     Sr.     Florida San Clemente, Calif.
D Kala Faulkner     Jr.     Auburn Alpharetta, Ga.
D Samantha Jones     Sr.     SIU-Edwardsville Florissant, Mo.
M Dominika Conc     Sr.     Tennessee-Martin Maribor, Slovenia
M Gabby Seiler     So.     Georgia Peachtree City, Ga.
M Havana Solaun     Sr.     Florida Gainesville, Fla.
F Bianca Brinson     Sr.     Texas A&M Austin, Texas
Simone Charley     So.     Vanderbilt Hoover, Ala.
F Julie Mooney     Sr.     Murray State St. Peters, Mo.
F Hannah Wilkinson     Sr.     Tennessee Whangarei, New Zealand
Third Team                
Pos. Player   Class   School Hometown
K Emily  Rusk   Jr.   Alabama Charlotte, N.C.
D Alison Alcott   Sr.   Belmont Dallas, Texas
D Grace Howell-Harries   Sr.   Louisiana London, Ont.
D Amy Maksimowicz   Sr.   Tennesssee-Martin Nashville, Tenn.
D Allie Sima   Sr.   Tennessee Solon, Ohio
M Janae Cousineau   Jr.   Texas A&M San Clemente, Calif.
M Kimberly Grasso   So.   Louisiana Houma, La.
M Antonia Land   So.   Louisiana-Monroe Wheat Ridge, Colo.
M Courtney Raetzman   Jr.   Kentucky Elk Grove, Ill.
Michelle Auer   Sr.   SIU-Edwardsville St. Louis, Mo.
F Marion Crowder   So.   Georgia Madison, Miss.
F Laura Lee Smith     Sr.     Alabama Jackson, Miss.


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