Angie Misamore, a sophomore defender from
Findlay, Ohio, was selected to the ESPN The
Magazine Academic All-District First Team as
one of only three sophomores on the list.
The former Findlay High School standout
started in all 23 matches this season for
the Lady Cougars and led the team in minutes
played with 2,079. She was part of a back
line that posted nine shutouts, and she also
scored her first collegiate goal to go with
two assists. A nursing major, Misamore has
posted a 3.95 grade point average.
Beth Watkins, a junior forward/midfielder
from Mount Vernon, Ohio, was named to the
ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District
Second Team. The former Mount Vernon High
School product played in 21 matches this
season and recorded one goal and one assist.
A nursing major, Watkins has also posted a
3.95 grade point average in the classroom.
Kristy Brandolini, a senior forward from
Twinsburg, Ohio, was named to the ESPN The
Magazine Academic All-District Third Team.
The former Twinsburg High School star closed
out her stellar career with 14 goals and a
team-high 16 assists this year. She finishes
ranked first in school history in career
goals (70), first in career points (189),
and second in career assists (49). In the
classroom, Brandolini has posted a 3.26
grade point average as a marketing major.
MVNU finished the season with a 15-7-1
overall record that included a share of the
American Mideast Conference South Division
title, the National Christian College
Athletic Association East Region title, and
a fourth-place finish at the NCCAA National
The ESPN The Magazine Academic
All-District IV College Division teams are
selected by members of CoSIDA. Eligible
student-athletes must have at least a 3.20
grade point average and be at least in their
sophomore year. The District IV College
Division is made up of NCAA Division II and
III and NAIA schools in Alabama, Kentucky,
Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee.