San Antonio - Trinity's Yasmeen Farra, Julia Kelly, and Julia Camp have been elected to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Division III Women's Soccer Scholar All-America Team.
Farra, a senior engineering science major, was tabbed for the Scholar All-America First Team. The talented midfielder was earlier selected for the NSCAA All-America First Team and the All-West Region First Team. Farra was also named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America Third Team and was honored as the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year.
A strong offensive threat, Farra led the Tigers with 14 goals, and seven game-winners. Along with seven assists, Farra finished the season with a team-leading 35 points.
Juniors Kelly and Camp were selected for the NSCAA Scholar All-America Second Team. Each player also made the NSCAA All-West Region First Team, and the All-SCAC Team.
Kelly, an economics major, scored eight goals, and accounted for four game winners. The midfielder dished out three assists, and finished with 19 points. Kelly was a key member of Trinity's defense, which chalked up 16 shutouts in 24 games. The Tigers permitted only eight goals all season.
Camp, an English major, finished second on Trinity's team with 32 points, scoring 12 goals, and accounting for eight assists. The Tiger forward also had two game-winners in her column.
The Tigers were led by first-year Head Coach Dylan Harrison, and finished the campaign with a 23-1-0 record. Trinity was undefeated in the regular season, and won the first three rounds of the NCAA Division III Tournament. The Tigers lost a tightly played Quarterfinals matchup to eventual NCAA champion Washington University-St. Louis (MO) in a home game.
Trinity was ranked #2 in the final regular-season NSCAA Poll, and sixth in the last ranking of the year.