Women's Soccer |
Three Bearcats Earn C-USA Honors
Wagner, Wilson and Imhoff Recognized
Contact: Christie Hadley
Three University of Cincinnati womenís soccer players earned All-Conference USA accolades for the 2003 season. Seniors Tasha Wagner and Kristina Wilson were named to the All-C-USA second team while freshman Becky Imhoff was chosen to the all-freshman team.
Wagner (Middletown, Ohio/Middletown) led the Bearcats in goals (seven), assists (five) and shots (49) in 2003, and finished her college career ranked second in the all-time assists category in UCís record book with 24. Chosen as the 2002 tournament MVP, Wagner was also named first team all-conference in 2001, her first season as a starter.
Wilson (Cincinnati, Ohio/Glen Este) finished the 2003 season tied for the most career starts with 89. A former walk-on, she started every game of her college career, and became one of the best defenders to play for UC. Wilson was also inducted into the Legion of Excellence this year for the highest GPA on the team. This is the third All-C-USA honor for Wilson as she was named second team all-conference in 2001, and third team all-conference in 2000.
Imhoff (Cincinnati, Ohio/McNicholas) started every game this season as a true freshman and finished tied for second on the team with three points. Imhoff scored her first career goal against Central Michigan on Sept. 5, and posted an assist in 2-1 win over East Carolina on Oct. 26.
The Bearcats finished the season 5-13-1, with 16 goals and 11 assists on the season. At the end of the year UC was ranked 11th out of the 14 conference teams.