Lee women’s soccer standout Mia Hollingsworth was named to the first team while sophomore Kelsey Yoder was named to the second team D2CCA All-Region team.
Hollingsworth currently leads the Lady Flames with 14 goals in 22 matches played. The senior midfielder has also been credited with six assists to earn 34 points on the year. The Libertyville, Ill. native has taken 102 shots putting 55 on frame, including four game winning goals to lead the team. By being voted first team Hollingsworth is now eligible to be put on the ballet for D2CCA All-American team.
Yoder is second on the team in goals with 10 and has one assist for 21 points.
Yoder is the only other Lady Flame with double-digit goals. The sophomore midfielder has been effective shooting 36 shots and putting 20 on frame. The Zionsville, Ind. native has also hit two game winners while going five of six from the penalty spot.
Led by Hollingsworth and Yoder the Lee women’s soccer team captured the South Region Championship with a 2-1 win over Mississippi College last Friday and punched its ticket to the Final Four knocking off No. 3 Columbus State, 1-0 on Sunday.
The D2CCA All-South Region Teams can be found below, 16 Gulf South Conference athletes landed on the list.
Men's soccer goalkeeper, Daniel Henkro and defender Samir Williams were named to the D2CCA All-Region Second Team.
Henkro played and started in all 19 Flames matches logging over 1,700 minutes in goal. The junior keeper allowed only 19 goals while saving 70 shots from finding the back of the net. Hrenko posted a 9-7-3 record as he faced 192 shots and tallied six shutouts on the year.
Williams played and started in 17 matches for Lee this year. The junior defender was credited with two assists while anchoring a backline that allowed just 19 goals. Williams shot seven total shots able to put four on target in just under 1,500 minutes of action for the Flames.
The D2CCA All-South Region Teams can be found below, 10 Gulf South Conference athletes landed on the list.
WOMEN'S FIRST TEAM
Mia Hollingsworth - F - Lee
Peyton Peffers - F - West Florida
TeMia Pride - F - West Alabama
Molly Sharpe - F - Barry
Christy Grimshaw - M - Barry
Anele Komani - M - West Alabama
Jessica Quixley - M - West Florida
Sarah Wignall - M - Barry
Jade Adams - D - Barry
Gaylynn Cooper - D - Mississippi College
Celine Rumpf - D - West Florida
Sam Waarum - D - West Florida
Esthefanny Barreras - G - West Florida
WOMEN'S SECOND TEAM
Grace Busby - F - West Florida
Emma Heikkila - F - Nova Southeastern
Ashley Lewis - F - Valdosta State
Ruby Mendez - F - Auburn Montgomery
Nastasia Asgedom - M - Tampa
Maria Munoz - M - Florida Tech
Sinead Tierney - M - Christian Brothers
Kelsey Yoder - M - Lee
Yanni Asson - D - Barry
Lexie Hall - D - Valdosta State
Brittany Larosa - D - Barry
Liza Wise - D - Mississippi College
Melanie Ziegner - G – Barry
MEN'S FIRST TEAM
Flavio Colasanti - F - Barry
Sean Hoffstatter - F - West Florida
Sebastian Loibl - F - Nova Southeastern
Claudio Rivadeneira - F - Palm Beach Atlantic
Francisco Greco - M - Barry
Ed Chappe - M - West Florida
Christoph Gums - M - Florida Southern
Xavi Lao - M - Christian Brothers
Niklas Tasky - D - Lynn
Mikkel Roeisland - D - Florida Tech
Juan Sanchez - D - Palm Beach Atlantic
Callum Chapman-Page - D - Palm Beach Atlantic
Elliott Barker - G - Palm Beach Atlantic
MEN'S SECOND TEAM
Rafa Moreno - F - Alabama Huntsville
Ali Brador - F - West Alabama
Darwin Lom - F - Nova Southeastern
Per Kenrik Nag - F - Florida Tech
Bradley Fountain - M - Nova Southeastern
Alex Stoiljkovic - M - Palm Beach Atlantic
Vincente Arratia - M - Alabama Huntsville
Aleks Berg - M - Nova Southeastern
Jerry Wiltshire - D - West Florida
Curtis Thorn - D - Nova Southeastern
Rafael Costa - D - Mississippi College
Samir Williams - D - Lee
Daniel Hrenko - G - Lee