Lady Cougars Receive AMC South Division
written by Dave Parsons, Sports Information Director
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio - Six members of the Mount Vernon Nazarene
University women’s soccer team and their
head coach were recently
honored when the American Mideast Conference
South Division awards were announced.
Krysti Wilson, a senior goalkeeper from
Sunbury, Ohio, was named to the AMC South
Division First Team for the third straight
season. The former Big Walnut High School
standout has posted a 1.14 goals against
average with five shutouts and 60 saves this
season. Wilson has also recorded one assist.
Allison Elifritz, a senior midfielder
from Westerville, Ohio, joined Wilson on the
AMC South Division First Team for the second
time in her career. The former Worthington
Christian High School product has compiled
six goals and three assists this season.
Kristy Brandolini, a junior forward from
Twinsburg, Ohio, was also named to the AMC
South Division First Team for the second
straight year. The former Twinsburg High
School star leads the Lady Cougars with 13
goals and 12 assists.
Angie Misamore, a freshman defender from
Findlay, Ohio, rounded out the MVNU
contingent on the AMC South Division First
Team. The former Findlay High School
standout has started all 19 matches and
helped anchor the defense that has posted
five shutouts and allowed just 22 goals in
19 matches. Misamore was also selected as
the AMC South Division Freshman of the Year.
Page Miller, a sophomore forward from
Bethel, Ohio, was named to the AMC South
Division Second Team. The former Bethel-Tate
High School product has recorded career
highs of 11 goals and five assists for the
Lady Cougars this season.
Allie Warnemunde, a senior midfielder
from West Chester, Ohio, was selected as an
AMC South Division Honorable Mention pick.
The former Lakota East High School star has
tallied five goals and two assists while
starting all 19 matches this season.
Head coach Jonathan Meade was also
selected as the AMC South Division Coach of
the Year for the fourth time in the past
five seasons as he led the Lady Cougars to
their third conference title in the past
four years with a 7-1-0 AMC South Division
MVNU, which is currently 11-7-1 overall,
will be the third seed at the upcoming
National Christian College Athletic
Association National Tournament in
Kissimmee, Florida. The Lady Cougars will
open play in the eight-team tournament at
Austin-Tindall Complex on Friday with a 4:30
p.m. match against sixth-seeded Asbury (Ky.)
College in the first round.