San Antonio - Trinity women's soccer player Emily Jorgens has been named to the D3Soccer.com All-America Second Team.
Jorgens was also chosen as a Second Team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Last season, as a first-year player, she also earned a spot on the D3Soccer.com All-America Third Team.
This season, Jorgens earned the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year award after leading Trinity to its second consecutive win at the conference tournament. She was named to the All-Tournament Team, then was later chosen for the All-SCAC First Team.
Jorgens led Trinity with 18 assists this season, as well as scoring eight goals to finish second on the team with 34 total points. Jorgens nailed four game-winning goals among her total of eight goals scored this season.
Head Coach Lance Key led the Tigers to the NCAA Playoffs for the eighth time in nine years with the team, and he has also won seven SCAC Championships in his tenure. Trinity reached the second round of the playoffs this season, and were eliminated 7-6 on penalty kicks.