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Rojas, Loftus, Maiden and Moore Named to the PSUAC Women's Soccer All-Conference Team

Rojas, Loftus, Maiden and Moore Named to the PSUAC Women's Soccer All-Conference Team

State College, Pa. - Through the 5-5-1, 3-4-1 PSUAC season, four members of the Penn State Greater Allegheny women's soccer squad were named to the Penn State University Athletic Conference All-Conference team.

Freshman defender Emily Rojas (West Mifflin, Pa./West Mifflin) began her Greater Allegheny career in several different positions on the field, as she played all 11 games for the blue and white. The defender posted seven goals and four assists on 28 shots through the season with one game-winner. In her first season with the team, Emily has earned the First-Team All-Conference award for her efforts.

Junior midfielder Melissa Loftus (Oxford, Pa./Oxford) has been awarded the First-Team All-Conference accolade for her efforts through the 2015-16 season. As Loftus sits in 4th in the conference for shots with 46, she takes 5th in goals with eight and 5th in points with 19. The junior has played all 11 games for the Lions, adding eight goals and three assists with a game-winning goal.

Sophomore goalkeeper Rachael Maiden (Pittsburgh, Pa./Thomas Jefferson) has earned Second-Team All-Conference for her efforts in the net for Greater Allegheny. With an overall record of 5-3-1, Maiden appeared in ten matches for 730 minutes, posting 48 saves on 21 goals against through the season. Rachael sits in 4th with goals against average (2.59), 5th for saves with 48 and 5th for save percentage with .696.

Sophomore defender Kelly Moore (Collegeville, Pa./Perkiomen Valley) earned herself the Second-Team All-Conference award for her contributions in a Greater Allegheny uniform. The sophomore held down the back-field for ten games, posting one goal and two assists on eight shots. 

Click here to check out the complete list of award winners.

Congratulations, student-athletes!