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The University of New Mexico Women’s Soccer Team wrapped up an exciting season under first-year Head Coach, Heather Dyche, posting a 10-8-2 record. The Lobos lost a heartbearker in the Mountain West Conference semifinals, falling to San Jose State in a shootout. San Jose State would eventually be crowned conference champions. The Lobos saw five players receive Mountain West honors for their outstanding play on the field. Madisyn Olguin, the leading scorer for The Lobos, was named First Team All-Mountain. Cassie Ulrich and Maddie Irwin were both named to the Second Team, and Dylann O'Connor and Emily Chavez were both Honorable Mention.
In addition to excelling on the field, the UNM Women’s Soccer Team also excels in the classroom. The team finished the Fall 2015 semester with a team grade point average of 3.59. The mark continues the trend of academic success for the program. The Lobos have now posted a GPA of 3.4 or better for 11 straight seasons.
The high standard for the women's soccer program has been recognized over the years, with 2015 marking the 10th straight year in which the Lobos earned Academic All-District honors. This past season, a pair of seniors, Cassie Ulrich from Rio Rancho, N.M. and Alyssa Coonrod from Albuquerque, N.M., were named to the 2015 CoSIDA/Academic All-District VII Team. Ulrich, who was named for the third consecutive season, was a first team selection at goalkeeper while Coonrod was a second team pick at midfield.
The Lobos look forward to an exciting Fall 2016 season as they set their sights on a Mountain West Championship and an NCAA Tournament appearance.
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