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Five Named To All-WIAC Soccer Team, Yengo Coach Of The Year
Posted: Thursday, November 10, 2005
EAU CLAIRE - The UW-Eau Claire soccer team earned a league-high five spots on the All-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) team and Sean Yengo was named Coach of the Year it was announced today by conference sports information director Matt Stanek.
Forward Marcia Foltz (Sr.-Madison/Memorial) was named to her third consecutive All-WIAC team after leading the league with 10 assists, while ranking fifth with 26 points and ninth with eight goals
Midfielders Liz Kooistra (Fr.-Lakeville, MN) and Emily Meisinger (Jr.-Green Bay/Notre Dame Academy) also received All-WIAC recognition. Meisinger was named to the All-WIAC team for the second year in a row after compiling four goals and five assists for 13 points. Kooistra in her first year is second on the team with six goals and 16 points.
Defenders Allison Smith (Fr.-Bloomington, MN/Jefferson) and Becky Westbrock (Jr.-Oakdale, MN/North St. Paul) round out the All-WIAC selections for the Blugolds. Smith and Westbrock have started all 21 matches for the Blugolds and spearhead a defense that has registered a conference-leading 13 shutouts and 0.50 goals against average. The 13 shutouts rank third on the WIAC single season list. Westbrock also earned all-WIAC honors a year ago
Coach Sean Yengo was voted the Coach of the Year by the league coaches after directing the Blugolds to a 15-2-4 record, the WIAC regular season and tournament titles and a spot in the NCAA Division III Tournament. The 15 wins by the Blugolds are an eight-game improvement from last season. Yengo ranks second on the conference's all-time win list with 111 victories, and has compiled a 111-57-14 record in his nine seasons at UW-Eau Claire.