Mount Vernon Nazarene University
800 Martinsburg Rd
Mount Vernon, OH 43050
Six Lady Cougars Earn AMC South
Division Soccer Honors
written by Dave Parsons, Sports Information Director
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio - Six members of the Mount Vernon
Nazarene University women’s soccer team were honored recently when
the American Mideast Conference South Division honors were
Highlighting the list for the Lady Cougars was Kristy
Brandolini, a sophomore forward from Twinsburg, Ohio, who was
named to the AMC South Division First Team and was the runner-up
for the Player of the Year award. The former Twinsburg High
School star led MVNU with 20 goals and seven assists.
Junior goalkeeper Krysti Wilson from Sunbury, Ohio, joined
Brandolini on the AMC South Division First Team. The former Big
Walnut High School standout, who was a repeat selection from a
year ago, posted a 1.20 goals against average with four
Leanna Goss, a senior defender from Westerville, Ohio, was also
a repeat choice to the AMC South Division First Team. The former
Westerville South High School product registered one goal and
two assists while starting all 19 matches and helping the team
post six shutouts.
Lindsay See, a junior midfielder from Mansfield, Ohio, was an
AMC South Division Honorable Mention selection. The former
Crestview High School graduate started all 19 matches and scored
Stacy Robey, a sophomore defender from New Carlisle, Ohio, was
another AMC South Division Honorable Mention choice. The former
Northwestern High School product played in all 19 matches and
scored one goal with two assists.
Mara Hughes, a freshman defender from Pickerington, Ohio, was
also an AMC South Division Honorable Mention pick. The former
Pickerington North High School standout played in 15 matches and
helped the team post six shutouts.
MVNU finished the season with a 12-6-1 overall record as the
Lady Cougars were the American Mideast Conference South Division
and NCCAA East Region Tournament runner-ups.