Junior Kaysie Clark earned a spot on the 2013 All-SEC first team
Nov. 4, 2013
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Mizzou soccer junior midfielder Kaysie Clark was named to the 2013 All-Southeastern Conference first team in voting conducted by the league's coaches, the conference announced on Monday. The honor is the first SEC postseason award of Clark's career, although she was a unanimous member of the Big 12 Conference All-Newcomer Team in 2011.
As a junior in 2013, Clark leads the Tigers with six goals and three assists for 15 points. Both her goals and points totals are single-season career highs, besting her four goals and 11 points as a sophomore in 2011. Clark has seen action in all 19 of Mizzou's matches in 2013 and earned 18 starts. She played over 90 or more minutes in nine games and 80 or more minutes in 14 contests.
Clark notched the Tigers' game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over then-No. 7 Florida on Sept. 29. She also tallied goals against then-No. 9 Baylor, Memphis, SEMO, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt this season.
Over her three-year career, Clark has played in 59 games with 56 starts at midfield. She has accumulated 35 career points on 12 goals and 11 assists.
Clark and the rest of the Tigers open play at the 2013 SEC Tournament on Monday, Nov. 4 against Arkansas at 6:30 p.m. in Orange Beach, Ala.
2013 SEC Women's Soccer Awards
Forward: Arin Gilliland, Kentucky
Forward: Savannah Jordan, Florida
Forward: Rafaelle Souza, Ole Miss
Forward: Cheyna Williams, Vanderbilt
Midfielder: Kaysie Clark, Missouri
Midfielder: Shea Groom, Texas A&M
Midfielder: Mandy McCalla, Ole Miss
Midfielder: Havana Solaun, Florida
Defender: Taylor Leach, South Carolina
Defender: Kala Faulkner, Auburn
Defender: Meghan Streight, Texas A&M
Defender: Christen Westphal, Florida
Goalkeeper: Sabrina D'Angelo, South Carolina
Forward: Carolina Brown, Tennessee
Forward: Summer Clarke, LSU
Forward: Pia Rijsdijk, Alabama
Forward: Elisabeth Sullivan, Mississippi State
Midfielder: Ashleigh Ellenwood, Arkansas
Midfielder: Emma Fletcher, LSU
Midfielder: Kelley Monogue, Texas A&M
Midfielder: Stuart Pope, Kentucky
Defender: Torri Allen, Georgia
Defender: Leigh Edwards, Texas A&M
Defender: Cara Ledman, Kentucky
Defender: Megan Lee, LSU
Defender: Allie Sirna, Tennessee
Goalkeeper: Jordan Day, Texas A&M
Pam Begic, Florida
Simone Charley, Vanderbilt
Summer Clarke, LSU
Marion Crowder, Georgia
Chelsea Drennan, South Carolina
Emma Fletcher, LSU
Gretchen Harknett, Ole Miss
Savannah Jordan, Florida
Liz Keester, Texas A&M
Casie Ramsier, Auburn
Zoe Swift, Kentucky
Coach of the Year: G Guerrieri, Texas A&M
Offensive Player of the Year: Savannah Jordan, Florida
Defensive Player of the Year: Sabrina D'Angelo
Freshman of the Year: Savannah Jordan, Florida
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Rafaelle Souza, Ole Miss
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