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Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) women’s soccer National Christian College Athletics Association’s (NCCAA) All-Central Regional Team

SAGU junior Nadine Jaimes was named to the first-team. Natalie Solorio was honored with a second-team placement. Kathleen Espinoza , Sarah Porter and Laura (Barba) Sturgeon all made honorable mention.

First year head coach Paul Hason is happy that his player’s hard work is paying off, “I’m excited for and proud of each of the players who were recognized.  They played to the best of their ability to glorify God as well as represent their team and the SAGU community.”

Jaimes had a banner season.  She led the Lady Lions, as well as the Sooner Athletic Conference, in goals scored with 20.  She also led in shots on goal with 50 for the season.  Jaimes ranks no. 12 in the NAIA in total goals scored.

On top of being the leading scorer for SAGU, the junior from Mesquite, Texas , also led the team in assists (5) and shots (88).

Natalie Solorio is a freshman midfielder from Dallas, Texas.  Solorio played in all 18 games and scored six goals in her debut season. She had 14 shots on goal and three assists.

SAGU finished the season 9-9 overall.

The NCCAA Central-Region honors had 34 student-athletes on the list, 13 who made the first team.  The full list is as follows.

G – Hope Koym (Dallas Baptist University)
G – Shaya Lawrence (Colorado Christian University)
D – McKenzie Rice (Dallas Baptist University)
D – Jordan Stanbrough (Mid-America Christian University)
D – Shannon Huesca (Central Christian College)
D – Caitlyn Troupe (Colorado Christian University)
M – Mariah Fredericks (Colorado Christian University)
M – Kenzi Bice (Oklahoma Baptist University)
M – Nikki Neal (Central Christian College)
M – Rebecca Kernen (Dallas Baptist University)
F – Nadine James (Southwestern Assemblies of God University)
F – Isabel Sierra (Central Christian College)
F – Ruth King (Oklahoma Baptist University)

G – Goldie Bougher (Central Christian College)
G – Madison Donihoo (Mid-America Christian University)
D – Emmy Niece (Dallas Baptist University)
D – Jennifer Goethe (Oklahoma Baptist University)
D – Kennady McCullough (Colorado Christian University)
M – Natalia Solorio (Southwestern Assemblies of God University)
M – Kerregan Edwards (Oklahoma Baptist University)
M – Lauren Cardoza (Colorado Christian University)
F – Alyssa Renaldo (Colorado Christian University)
F – Kady Johnson (Central Baptist College)
F – Rachel Meier (Central Christian College)
F – Kristina Williamson (Dallas Baptist University)

G – Kat Espinoza (Southwestern Assemblies of God University)
D – Amber Murray (Central Christian College)
D – Madison Hoggan (Colorado Christian University)
D – Lara Haring-Lovett (Oklahoma Baptist University)
D – Taylor Moore (Mid-America Christian University)
D – Sarah Porter (Southwestern Assemblies of God University)
M – Leah Draper (Dallas Baptist University)
M – Taylor Moseley (Mid-America Christian University)
F – Laura Barba (Southwestern Assemblies of God University)

Scott Fogarty (Central Christian College)
Southwestern Assemblies of God University is a private, Christian university located 30 minutes south of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex in Waxahachie, Texas. The university was established in 1927, and now offers more than 70 associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees on campus or online. More information is available at or by calling 1-888-YES-SAGU.
Contact: Natalie Tristan, SAGU SID, [email protected]

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