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Women's Soccer Post-season Honors Announced

Doane women's soccer post-season honors have been announced and the following players were recognized by the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC).

Kelsey Bryant, a junior from Lincoln, was named First Team All-GPAC as a defender.  She posted one assist on the year but was instrumental in seven Doane shutouts.  She also received NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors.

Samantha Exstrom, a junior from Lincoln, received Second Team All-GPAC honors as a forward.  Exstrom had a strong finish to the season, posting eight goals and three assists after missing games earlier in the year due to injury.  She is a three-time GPAC post-season recipient.

Alyssa Davis, a freshman from Lincoln, earned Second Team All-GPAC as a defender.  Davis joins Kelsey Bryant as key members to a defense that limited opponents to a 1.18 goals against average.

Jayne Wagner, a senior from Fort Collins, Colo., was named honorable mention All-GPAC as a defender.  Wagner and Bryant controlled the middle-back for the Tigers as they help hold opponents to 230 shots, less than 13 shots per game.  In 2008, Doane allowed more than 16 shots per game and a goals against average of 1.60.

Kelsie Grgurich, a freshman from Bellevue, was named honorable mention All-GPAC as a midfielder.  Grgurich notched six goals on the season and two assists.  Four of her goals scored proved to be game winners.