Zetty, Prater tabbed NCAA DII Academic All-Americans

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. — West Virginia Women’s Soccer has added some more accolades to their historic 2018 season as two players have been named Academic All-Americans.

The United Soccer Coaches announced the Academic All-Americans for the 2018 season this week, and Marissa Zetty was named to the second team, while Natalie Prater was selected to the third team.

The complete list:

2018 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division II Women’s Scholar All-America Team

First Team
Pos Name Class School Major GPA Hometown
K Jennifer Wendelius Sr. University of Bridgeport Marketing 3.98 Lidingo, Sweden
D Julia DeVere Sr. Seattle Pacific University Psychology/Spanish 3.91 Bellingham, Wash.
D Natalie Saddic Jr. University of California San Diego Biochemistry & Cell Biology 3.64 San Diego, Calif.
M Allie Barber Sr. Bloomsburg University Speech Pathology 3.89 Pittston, Pa.
M Sabrina Cone Sr. St. Edward’s University Psychology 3.66 Austin, Texas
M Anna Gregg Sr. University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Exercise Science 3.99 Sacramento, Calif.
M Tara Lierman Sr. Grand Valley State University Exercise Science 3.38 Holt, Mich.
M Holly Rawcliffe* Sr. Limestone College Strength & Conditioning 3.85 Preston, England
F Riley Clark Jr. Columbus State University Nursing 3.82 Peachtree City, Ga.
F Maegen Doyle Jr. University of Bridgeport Marketing 3.77 Harwich, England
F Marah Foltz Jr. Lock Haven University Sport Administration 3.72 Mountville, Pa.
F Mia Hollingsworth Sr. Lee University Psychology 3.73 Libertyville, Ill.
F Nina Predanic Jr. The College of Saint Rose Business Management 3.62 Brezice, Slovenia
Second Team
Position Name Class School Major GPA Hometown
K Anna Fobbe Sr. Bemidji State University Exercise Science 4.00 St. Paul, Minn.
D Keagan Bolibol Sr. Point Loma Nazarene University Business 3.73 Woodinville, Wash.
D Aleesa Muir Jr. University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Biomedical Science 3.89 Colorado Springs, Colo.
D Emily Nelson Jr. Western Washington University Kinesiology 3.62 Puyallup, Wash.
D Tia Neuharth Jr. Bemidji State University Nursing 3.64 Prior Lake, Minn.
D Christina Shimshock Jr. Lenoir-Rhyne University Health & Exercise Science 3.81 Asheville, N.C.
M Summer Bales Sr. University of California San Diego International Studies/Political Science 3.70 Temecula, Calif.
M Elin Eklund Jr. University of Bridgeport Social Science 3.95 Gothenburg, Sweden
M Marissa Zetty Jr. West Virginia Wesleyan College Nursing 3.89 Grindstone, Pa..
F Abbie Brown Sr. Lenoir-Rhyne University Health & Exercise Science 3.87 Leeds, England
F Jennifer Kendall Sr. Colorado School of Mines Mechanical Engineering 3.99 Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
F Kay Liebl Jr. Millersville University Biology 3.51 Ephrata, Pa.
Third Team
Position Name Class School Major GPA Hometown
K Veronica Smeltzer Sr. Limestone College Athletic Training 3.76 Glendora, Calif.
D Madelon Denbaugh Sr. Point Loma Nazarene University Athletic Training 3.74 Hemet, Calif.
D Jennifer Goethe* Sr. Oklahoma Baptist University Health & Human Performance 3.48 Shawnee, Okla.
D Jamie Ikeda Sr. California State University Chico Graphic Design 3.63 Saratoga, Calif.
D Corynne Swift Sr. Walsh University Occupational Therapy 4.00 Loveland, Ohio
M Dani Nelson* Sr. Bemidji State University Psychology/Business Administration 3.85 Woodbury, Minn.
M Natalie Prater Sr. West Virginia Wesleyan College Exercise Science 3.34 Bridgeport, W.Va.
M Molly Vanderhoff Jr. Saginaw Valley State University Kinesiology 3.71 Sterling Heights, Mich.
M Dakota Wendell Jr. Minnesota State University-Mankato Law Enforcement 3.88 Castle Rock, Colo.
F Lea Hippauf Sr. Limestone College Psychology 3.86 Borsfleth, Germany
F TeMia Pride Jr. University of West Alabama Business Administration 3.30 Huntsville, Ala.
F Brianna Sanborn Jr. Walsh University Business 3.88 Twinsburg, Ohio

* – Indicates previous selection

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