KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Oregon State Women’s Football Team Sydney Studer received the only Division I Women’s Pacific Region award from the NCAA United Soccer Coaches, as announced on Tuesday.
The junior was named to the USC All-Pacific Region Second Team.
“I am very proud of Syd for this achievement,” said head coach Matt Kaga. âShe’s a great player, a great person and a great leader for the Beavers. She deserves this honor.
Recently named to the second team of all Pac-12 conferences, Studer has been a strong player throughout the season on both sides of the field. A defender of the line-up, she led the team on points (14) and goals (7).
On one of the final weekends of the season, she was named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week. His prize is the result of Studer not collecting Beaver’s first and only hat trick of the season on April 4.
The Eastvale, Calif. Native has scored six of her seven goals out of her head, including all three in her hat trick. The end goal was an unassisted ball which she removed from the feet of an offender in the penalty area. Studer ran the ball through all the players on the pitch to shoot a cannon into the net just outside the opposite penalty area.
Studer played on the pitch for the third most minutes, second for a fielder – just behind the second-year Redshirt defender Madison Ellsworth.
As a team, Oregon State finished with an overall record of 4-11-1. The Beavers will return to play in the fall.
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