The 2012 season marks the seventh year of the Triton College women's soccer team. Last season's team had several players earning postseason honors. The program has flourished in the classroom with multiple Academic Student-Athletes, including two NJCAA Academic All-Americans.
Here is a brief summary of some of the program's accomplishments:
2010 Awards and Honors
All-N4C Conference 1st Team Selection: Marcia Cuence
All-N4C Conference 2nd Team Selections: Briana Pusavc and Thea Thommen
Academic Student-Athletes (3.00 GPA or better-fall 2010): Angelica Arias (3.15), Angela Camacho (3.64), Claudia Carranza (3.00), Megan Chillemi (3.19), Gabriela Cossyloon (4.00), Lauren LaPuma (3.54), Briana Pusavc (3.08) and Thea Thommen (3.92)
Academic Student-Athletes (3.00 GPA or better-spring 2011): Angelica Camacho (4.00), Claudia Carranza (3.42), Megan Chillemi (3.44) Gabriela Cossyloon (4.00), Briana Pusavc (3.31), Thea Thommen (3.17) and Annah Walton (4.00)
Triton College Female Athlete of the Year: Gabriela Cossyloon
2010 NJCAA Academic All-Americans: Angelica Camacho and Gabriela Cossyloon
Notable Women’s Soccer Program Highlights
First Goal in Program’s History: Arcelia Ortiz vs. Joliet (2006)
First Win in Program’s History: 1-0 vs. South Suburban College, Sept. 18, 2007
2012 Leading Goal Scorer:
2011 Leading Goal Scorer: Adriana Preston (Trinity) and Lissette Zuniga, 3
2010 Leading Goal Scorer: Claudia Carranza (Proviso West) 7.
2009 Leading Goal Scorer: Natalia Naumoff (Elmwood Park) 14.
2008 Leading Goal Scorers: Nicole Tobey (Elmwood Park) five and Natalia Naumoff (Elmwood Park) two.
2006 Leading Goal Scorers: Arcelia Ortiz (Proviso West) seven, Carolia Gomez (Riverside-Brookfield) three, Megan Durbin (Christian Liberty Academy) two, Denise Hernandez (Leyden) two, Danielle Schoenheider (Riverside-Brookfield) two.
2008 NJCAA Academic All-Americans: Kathleen Houk (Marian Catholic)
2007 NJCAA Academic All-Americans: Roxanne Kavanagh and Danielle Schoenheider
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