Alumna M. Lindsay

WPFC Alumna voted as a 3 time All-American selection

WPFC Alumna and Seattle Pacific University (SPU) senior forward Megan Lindsay was selected to the 2012 NSCAA/Continental Tire All-American second team for NCAA Division II competitors. This is Megan’s third All-American Selection having been an honorable mention selection as a junior and a second team selection as a sophomore. 

First Team
Sarah Story, Jr., Keeper - West Florida, Hoover, Ala.
Alison Fitzsimmons, Jr., Defender - American International, West Springfield, Mass.
Jourdan Thompson, So.; Defender - Saint Rose Univ., Brick, NJ
*Sam Andert, Sr., Defender - Quincy, St. Peters Univ., Mo.
Joise Price, Sr., Midfielder - Southwestern Oklahoma State Univ., Calgary, Alberta
*Nicole Dooher*, Sr., Midfielder - Minnesota State Univ. - Mankato, New Hope, MN
Olivia Collado, Sr., Midfielder - St. Edward’s Houston Univ., TX
Cassandra Callahan, So., Midfielder - UC San Diego Univ., Coronado, CA
Morgan Mitchell, Sr., Forward - Armstrong Atlantic State Univ., Lilburn, Ga.
*Carmelina Puopolo, Jr., Forward - Saint Rose Univ., Toronto, Ontario
**Ashley Botts, Sr., Forward - Grand Valley State Univ, Beloit, WI
Chelsea Palmer, Jr., Forward - West Florida Univ., Plano, TX
*Karenee Demery, Jr., Forward - Cal State Stanislaus Univ., Merced, CA

Second Team
Jamie Arthurs, Sr., Keeper - Western Washington Univ., Richland, WA
Emer Flatley, Sr., Defender - Slippery Rock Univ., Galway, Ireland
Jordan Hutchinson, Jr., Defender - Central Oklahoma Univ., Edmond, Okla.
Andrea Hutchins, Sr., Defender, Dallas Baptist Univ., Cedar Hill, TX
Brina Sych, Jr., Defender - Western Washington Univ., Vancouver, WA
*Sydney Bond, Jr. Midfielder - Saint Rose Univ., Deer Park, NY
Shelby Bush, Jr., Midfielder - West Florida Univ., Shalimar, FL
Nadima Skeff, Sr., Midfielder - Armstrong Atlantic State Univ., Brasilia, Brazil
**Megan Lindsay, Sr., Forward, Seattle Pacific Univ., Spokane, WA
Samantha Breuckner, Fr., Forward - Gannon Univ., Valencia, PA
Sarah Franklin, Jr., Forward - William Jewell Univ., Independence, MO
Chloe Roberts, Sr., Forward - North Alabama, Cornwall, England
Leslie Briggs, Sr., Forward - West Texas Univ., Carrollton, TX

Third Team
**Chelsea Parise, Sr., Keeper - Grand Valley State Univ., Sterling Heights, MI
Jenna Stones, Sr., Defender - Central Missouri Univ., Overland Park, KS
*Lauki’I Cheng, Sr., Defender - Wisconsin-Parkside Univ., Kailua, HI
*Kansas Bayly, Jr., Defender - Columbus State Univ., Liburn, Ga.
Alison Cahill, Jr., Defender - Regis Univ., Boise, ID
Ellen Wilson, Sr., Defender - UC San Diego Santa Ana, CA
Alyssa Mira, Sr., Midfielder - Grand Valley State Univ., Livonia, MI
Ashley Burton, Fr., Midfielder - Quinc Univ., St. Louis, MO
Brianne West, Sr., Forward - Minnesota State-Mankato Univ., Omaha, NE
Karisa Price, So., Forward - Metro State Univ., Gilbert, AZ
Anna Evans Jr., Forward - Colorado Mines Univ., Arvada, CO
Susanne Vistness, Fr., Forward - LIU Post Univ., Randaberg, Norway
Jamie Shaw, Sr., Forward - Lander Univ., Columbia, SC
Cara Curtin, Jr., Forward - Sonoma State Univ., Santa Rosa, CA


Three Seattle Pacific women’s soccer players were selected to the Daktronics All-America team for NCAA Division II competitors.

Meagn Lindsey

Lindsay received honorable mention All-America acclaim. The junior forward topped the GNAC with 12 goals, three of them coming during the two playoff games. Lindsay led the conference with 32 points, a figure that includes eight assists. She attended high school at Gonzaga Prep in Spokane, Wash.

The All-American trio helped the Falcons (17-3) win their third consecutive GNAC championship and qualify for the NCAA Division II Tournament for the ninth straight season. SPU posted a 4-0 opening-round victory over Grand Canyon before losing 2-1 to Cal State L.A. in the West Region semifinal.

This marks the ninth straight season a Seattle Pacific women’s soccer player has received All-America acclaim.

The women’s soccer All-America team is sponsored for the sixth year by Daktronics, Inc., an acknowledged world leader in scoring, timing and programmable display systems for virtually every sport at every level of competition. The team was voted on by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

2011 Daktronics Women’s Soccer All-America Team - NCAA Division II
(* repeat selection)

First Team
Pos., Name, School, Class, Ht., Hometown
GK, Julia Hansson, Bridgeport, So., 5-10, Tockfors, Sweden
D, Catherine Hauck*, Lenoir-Rhyne, Sr., 5-6, Lake Mary, FL
D, Marie Pettersson, Bridgeport, Sr., 5-7, Amal, Sweden
D, Megan Brown*, Grand Valley State, Sr., 5-6, Jenison, MI
D, Hanna Staley*, Midwestern State, Jr., 5-7, Austin, TX
MF, Amanda Mason*, Northern Kentucky, Sr., 5-4, Cincinnati, OH
MF, Carley Work, California (Pa.), Jr., 5-5, Hopewell, Pa.
MF, Megan Woodworth, Colorado Mines, Jr., 5-7, Centennial, CO
MF, Christina Cuffari*, St. Rose, Sr., 5-6, Brick, NJ
F, Ashley Botts, Grand Valley State, Jr., 5-6, Beloit, WI
F, Chloe Roberts**, North Alabama, Jr., 5-5, Plymouth, England
F, Carmelina Puopolo, St. Rose, So., 5-5, Scarborough, Ontario
F, Ashley Alderin-Fleagle, Limestone, Sr., 5-7, Kernersville, NC

Second Team
GK, Chelsea Parise, Grand Valley State, Jr., 5-9, Warren, MI
D, Taylor Sawyer*, Seattle Pacific, Jr., 5-5, Gig Harbor, WA
D, Hayley Johnson, UC-San Diego, Jr., 5-7, Santa Rosa, CA
D, Kelli Bahr*, Armstrong Atlantic State, Sr., 5-10, Middleton, WI
D, Sam Andert, Quincy, Jr., 5-9, St. Peters, MO
MF, Alyssa Rhodes, Central Missouri, Sr., 5-9, Olathe, KS
MF, Nikki Brown**, North Alabama, Jr., 5-9, Bognor Regis, England
MF, Erin Mruz**, Grand Valley State, Sr., 5-6, Gurnee, Ill.
MF, Kelly Adams, Wingate, Sr., 5-5, Matthews, N.C.C3, Merced, CA
F, Kayla Addison*, Grand Valley State, Jr., 5-6, Southfield, MI
F, Andrea Carpenter*, Abilene Christian, So., 5-4, Amarillo, TX
F, Breeanna Robinson, California (Pa.), Sr., 5-6, East Hampstead, NH

Third Team
GK, Kristin Armstrong, UC-San Diego, Sr., 5-8, Anaheim, CA
D, Alison Cahill, Regis, So., 5-4, Boise, ID
D, Meagan McKinney, St. Rose, Jr., 5-8, Kennewick, WA.
D, Kayla Klimasko*, California (Pa.), Sr., 5-7, Mississauga, Ontario
D, Kelsey Neal, Colorado Mines, So., 5-6, Los Alamos, NM
MF, Alyssa Mira, Grand Valley State, Jr., 5-6, Livonia, MI
MF, Kelsey Jenkins, Seattle Pacific, Sr., 5-8, Kent, WA
MF, Katie Stanley, Bridgeport, Sr., 5-6, Oxford, England
MF, Sydney Bond, St. Rose, So., 5-7, Deer Park, NY
F, Julissa Rodriguez, New Mexico Highlands, Sr., 5-5, Kennewick, WA
F, Lauren Riiff, Chestnut Hill, Sr., 5-6, Clementon, NY
F, Kasey Kenny, Bridgeport, Sr., 5-4, Staten Island, NY
F, Jordan Miller*, Regis, Sr., 5-9, Santa Fe, NM

Honorable Mention
GK, Anna Belpedio*, Winona State, Sr., 5-7, Coon Rapids, MN
D, Kansas Bayly, Columbus State, So., 5-5, Lilburn, GA
D, Reegan Lloyd, Minnesota-Duluth, Sr., 5-8, Woodbury, MN
D, Lyndsey Womack, Abilene Christian, Gr., 5-3, Longview, TX
D, Emer Flatley, Slippery Rock, Jr., 5-7, Galway, Ireland
D, Kristen Orrett, California (Pa.), Sr., 5-6, Pickering, Ontario
MF, Maria Borland, Kutztown, Jr., 5-3, Hagerstown, MD
MF, Stephanie Lowery*, Columbus State, Sr., 5-6, Sandy, UT
F, Megan Lindsay, Seattle Pacific, Jr., 5-7, Spokane, WA
F, Jennifer Osmond, North Alabama, So., 5-8, Southampton, England


WPFC Alumna and Seattle Pacific University (SPU) sophomore forward Megan Lindsay garnered second-team recognition on the NCAA Division II women’s soccer All-America squad that was sponsored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).

Megan Lindsay 2010 headshot
Megan Lindsay

Lindsay led the Falcons in 2010 with 11 goals, including one in each of the last four regular-season contests. She registered three multi-goal games. The SPU forward distributed five assists to compile a team-leading 27 points.

A product of Gonzaga Prep High School in Spokane, Wash., Lindsay was previously named to the All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference first team. She was one of only two unanimous selections on the league’s 2010 all-star squad.

Daktronics All-America pick as a freshman in 2009 and has twice been honored as a first-team All-West Region player by the NSCAA. 

The All-American duo led the Falcons to a 16-2-2 record and their second straight conference championship. They participated in the NCAA Tournament for the eighth straight season, advancing to the Sweet 16.

This marks the eighth straight season a Seattle Pacific player has received All-America acclaim. The Falcons won the 2008 NCAA championship led by first-team All-American Meredith Teague, who received the National Player of the Year award. Forward Jocelyn Charette was a second-team selection last season.

2010 NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer All-America Team
(sponsored by the NSCAA, *repeat selection)

First Team
GK, Anna Belpedio, Jr., Winona State, Coon Rapids, Mich.
D, Lisa Bradley, Sr., UC San Diego, Martinez, Calif.
D, Kelly Guerin*, Sr., Saint Rose, Sutton, Mass.
D, Jenna Wenglinski, Sr., Grand Valley State, Portage, Mich.
D, Katie Whiting**, Sr., Saint Rose, Holden, Mass.
M, Kendra Clemons, Sr., Midwestern State, Odessa, Texas
M, Amanda Deck**, Sr., Saint Rose, Syracuse, N.Y.
M, Catherine Hauck, Jr., Lenoir-Rhyne, Lake Mary, Fla.
M, Erin Mruz*, Jr., Grand Valley State, Gurnee, Ill
F, Ashley Botts, So., Grand Valley State, Beloit, Wis.
F, Shakira Duncan*, Sr., West Florida, Kingston, Jamaica
F, Sarah Oswald**, Sr., West Chester, MaCungie, Pa.
F, Jodi-Ann Robinson, So., West Florida, Richmond, B.C.

Second Team
GK, Kristin Armstrong, Jr., UC San Diego, Anaheim, Calif.
GK, Chelsea Parise, So., Grand Valley State, Warren, Mich.
D, Maria Leider, Sr., Minnesota-Duluth, Duluth, Minn.
D, Taylor Sawyer, So., Seattle Pacific, Gig Harbor, Wash.
D, Abigail Schuhmann*, Jr., Bellarmine, Louisville, Ky.
D, Casey Smith*, Sr., North Ga. College and State, Stockbridge, Ga.
M, Danielle DeLuca, Sr., C.W. Post, Islip, N.Y.
M, Stephanie Lowery, Jr., Columbus State, Sandy, Utah
M, Amanda Mason, Jr., Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, Ohio
M, Alyssa Rhodes, Jr., Central Missouri, Olathe, Kan.
F, Liz Franco, Sr., Cal State L.A., Oceanside, Calif.
F, Hayley Hollenga, Jr., Fort Lewis, Colorado Springs, Colo.
F, Megan Lindsay, So., Seattle Pacific, Spokane, Wash.
F, Linda Velaj, Sr., Bridgeport, Stamford, Conn.

Third Team
GK, Lyndsie Bernardini*, So., West Chester, Elmer, N.J.
GK, Deanna Esposito, Sr., Saint Rose, Sayville, N.Y.
D, Kelly Boyd, Sr., St. Edward’s, Round Rock, Texas
D, Chelsea Deeter, Sr., Kutztown, Langhorne, Pa.
D, Cindi Nickles, Sr., West Chester, Baltimore, Md.
M, Christina Cuffari, Jr., Saint Rose, Brick, N.J.
M, Becky Fleming**, Sr., Quincy, St. Louis, Mo.
M, Morgan Gruenenfelder*, Sr., Carson-Newman, Sweetwater, Tenn.
M, Elizabeth Hawes, So., Lenoir-Rhyne, Valdese, N.C.
M, Paula Lillsjo, Jr., Florida Institute of Technology, Helsingborg, Sweden
F, Janae Averett, Sr., St. Edward’s, Round Rock, Texas
F, Shannon Becker, Jr., Wisconsin-Parkside, DePere, Wis.
F, Chloe Roberts, So., North Alabama, Plymouth, England
F, Julissa Rodriguez, Jr., New Mexico Highlands, Kennewick, Wash