Longwood University women’s soccer team

Published 10:30 am Thursday, November 30, 2017

Longwood University’s women’s soccer team appeared in the Big South Championship game for the first time in program history this year. Despite falling to top-seeded High Point University, the 2017 Lancers (13-5-3) tied the Division I program records for wins (13), winning percentage (.690), shutouts (11), goals against average (0.55), fewest goals allowed (12), save percentage (.885), shots (344) and shots on goal (170). Team members pictured include, from left, front row, Carrie Reaver, Camryn Conklin, Taylor Alvey, Madison Lockamy, Kelly Almeida, Sheyenne Stretz, Jenna Tomayko, Teresa Fruchterman, Janese Quick, Paige Robertson, Sydney Wallace, Madison Hoopes, Kennedy Culbreath, Caitrin Rennoldson, Hannah Panagos; middle row, Emilie Kupsov, Jillian Wright, Tatum Newton, Susanna Weiskopff, Reilly Hayward, Kai Sizemore, Caroline Serniak, Maria Kirby, Madison Van Dyke, Annie Boros, Kathryn Miller, Amber Hodges, Erica Sieben, Emily Mothersbaugh, Madison Hommey; back row, Head Coach Todd Dyer, Athletic Trainer Morgan Langton and Associate Head Coach Rich Stoneman. (To nominate your favorite team or standout group for High Five!, email a photograph and names of people pictured to HighFive@FarmvilleHerald.com.)

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