Womack, MacIver Named Second Team All-Big 12 Soccer

Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
NOVEMBER 03, 2002

Nov. 4, 2002

Norman, Okla. - The Big 12 Conference honored its top soccer student-athletes on the seventh annual All-Big 12 Conference Soccer Teams, voted on by the league head coaches and released by the conference office Monday. Oklahoma junior forward Logan Womack (Norman, Okla.) and freshman midfielder Lauren MacIver (Tulsa, Okla.) earned Second Team All-Big 12 honors.

Womack recorded the first hat trick in Oklahoma soccer history with her three scores against Big 12 rival Baylor on Sept. 27. Womack's final score gave her the career goals record at OU with 27, moving her past former Sooner Jonette Coquat (26). Her three goals against Baylor also earned her the school's single game goals and points scored record. Womack ended the season with eight goals to push her career total to 28. She is second on the Oklahoma career points list with 59 and also holds the school records for most goals scored in a season (13 in 2001) and most points scored in a season (27 in 2001).

Logan Womack was Co-Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week and Lauren MacIver was Big 12 Newcomer of the Week on Oct. 1. MacIver was named to the Soccer America Team of the Week on Oct. 2.

MacIver led all newcomers at Oklahoma with 12 points for the Sooners in 2002 (four goals, four assists). MacIver scored twice against Big 12 rival Texas Tech for her first multiple goal game at OU.

Texas sophomore Kelly Wilson was named Big 12 Player of the Year after earning Rookie of the Year honors last season. The forward from Odesssa, Texas, helped lead the Longhorns to a second place finish in the Big 12 race with a 9-1 record and a 14-3-1 overall mark. Texas has been ranked in the Top 10 all season. Wilson is ranked in the Top 10 of every Big 12 offensive statistical category. She is tied for sixth with 25 points and fourth with 1.56 points per game. In goals, Wilson is tied for eighth with eight goals, tied for fifth with 0.50 goals per game, and tied for fifth with three game-winning goals. She is tied for fourth with nine assists and third with 0.56 assists per game. In addition, she is sixth with 67 shots and fourth with 4.19 shots per game.

Colorado's Fran Munnelly was named Big 12 Rookie of the Year. She helped the Buffs to a fifth place conference finish after placing 10th a year ago. CU improved its overall win total by six this season and won three more league games. The freshman midfielder from Arvada, Colo., is fifth in the Big 12 with 71 shots and sixth with 3.94 shots per game.

Texas A&M's G. Guerrieri and Oklahoma State's Karen Hancock were named Big 12 Co-Coaches of the Year. Guerrieri led the Aggies to their second Big 12 title this season. A&M also won the 1997 regular season crown. In addition, the program won the 1997 and 2001 Big 12 Tournament crowns. The Aggies completed the Big 12 season with a 9-0-1 mark and are 15-3-1 overall. They are 12-0-1 in ther last 13 matches. The squad has been ranked in the Top 10 nationally every week this season.

Hancock led Oklahoma State to its first Big 12 Tournament berth this season. The Cowgirls tied for seventh in the league standings with a 4-6-0 mark and are 13-6-0 overall. The 13 wins are a school record. OSU began the season with 10 straight victories and went undefeated in non-conference games.


*GK -- Alex Gagarin, Texas, So, Austin, Texas
*GK -- Kati Jo Spisak, Texas A&M, Fr, Manchester, Mo.
D -- Breanna Boyd, Nebraska, Sr, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
D -- Jessica Hopkins, Texas, Sr, Mansfield, Texas
D -- Jessica Martin, Texas A&M, Sr, Denton, Texas
MF -- Kati McBain, Texas, Jr, Los Altos, Calif.
MF -- Fran Munnelly, Colorado, Fr, Arvada, Colo.
MF -- Kristen Strutz, Texas A&M, Jr, Spring, Texas
F -- Kelly Wilson, Texas, So, Odessa, Texas
F -- Christine Latham, Nebraska, Sr, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
F -- Linsey Woodard, Texas A&M, So, Midland, Texas
*Tied for position

GK -- Kat Doud, Oklahoma State, Sr, Plano, Texas
D -- Laura Kram, Texas, So, Wildwood, Mo.
D -- Aimee Bugay, Colorado, Sr, Lakewood, Colo.
D -- Tamura Crawley, Baylor, Sr, Dallas, Texas
D -- Martha Moore, Texas A&M, Jr, Spring, Texas
MF -- Nicole Breger, Texas, So, Sterling Heights, Mich.
MF -- Lauren MacIver, Oklahoma, Fr, Tulsa, Okla.
MF -- Kerri Campbell, Texas Tech, Jr, Duncanville, Texas
F -- Kelly McDonald, Texas, So, Littleton, Colo.
F -- Melissa Peabody, Missouri, So, St. Louis, Mo.
F -- Logan Womack, Oklahoma, Jr, Norman, Okla.

GK -- Kati Jo Spisak, Texas A&M, Fr, Manchester, Mo.
D -- Lauren Colwell, Oklahoma State, Fr, Tulsa, Okla.
D -- Katie Bunkers, Nebraska, Fr, Sioux Falls, S.D.
D -- Julie Gailey, Texas, Fr, San Ramon, Calif.
MF -- Fran Munnelly, Colorado, Fr, Arvada, Colo.
MF -- Lauren MacIver, Oklahoma, Fr, Tulsa, Okla.
MF -- Pam Karakusis, Nebraska, Fr, Littleton, Colo.
MF -- Carrie Berend, Texas A&M, Fr, Highland Village, Texas
F -- Caroline Smith, Kansas, Fr, Edina, Minn.
F -- Nikki Baker, Nebraska, Fr, Broken Arrow, Okla.
F -- Cristina Echavarry, Texas A&M, So, Houston, Texas



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