Submitted by TSB Community
The Heartland Conference released its Women’s Soccer All-Conference teams, last week, naming nine Dallas Baptist Patriots either First or Second Team All-Conference, three of those earning additional individual honors.
Sophomore Jake Cox of Mckinney Boyd was named First Team All-Conference as well as Co-Defensive Player of the Year, sharing the honor with Kate Orkild of St. Edward’s.
Kerry Edwards, sophomore from Mckinney North was was also named All Conference Goalkeeper. The No. 4 nationally ranked Dallas Baptist University Womens Soccer Team has been selected to host first and second round games for the NCAA Women’s Soccer National Championship this Thursday and Saturday. The Patriots, the No.1 seed in the South Central Region, will be joined by fourth seed-Colorado Mines and fifth seed-Regis University (Colo.). Colorado Mines and Regis will face off, Thursday at 6 p.m., in the tournament’s first game.
The Patriots receive a bye as the top-seeded team and will play the winner of Thursday’s game, Saturday at 2 p.m. Dallas Baptist enters the tournament at 18-2-0, winner of 14 straight games. The Patriots earned the Heartland Conference Regular Season Co-Championship, as well as the Tournament Title.