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Womens Soccer

CCAC Championships - Women's Soccer

The Judson University women's soccer program won their first-ever CCAC championship in 2007 with a tournament championship.  Judson won all three matches in the CCAC Tournament for the championship.


   

2011

NAIA National Tournament - Opening Round

CCAC Regular Season Co-Champions

16-3-2 / 9-1

Final NAIA Ranking: #13

CCAC Freshman of the Year: Jenna Steffensen

CCAC Coach of the Year: Diego Cevallos

All-CCAC: Jenna Steffensen (1st), Jenna Schiller (1st), Sara Hoffman (1st), Jamie Wimberly (2nd)

Winning the CCAC regular season championship for the first-time, Judson finished with a 9-1 record to tie Olivet Nazarene for the championship.  Judson was then the #2 seed in the CCAC Tournament where they won their first round match but then tied Trinity Christian (fell in PKs).  Judson earned an at-large bid to the NAIA National Tournament Opening Round where they played #8 Embry Riddle and fell, 1-0.  It was a milestone season for the program as the team broke the program record for wins (16) and unbeaten streak (14) along with having their first-ever CoSIDA Academic All-Americans.

   


 

 2007

CCAC Tournament Champions

#1 Seed NAIA Regional Tournament

11-7-2

All-CCAC: Christina Thornton (1st), Emma Mugg (H.M.), Amy Jenkins (H.M.)

Judson won their first-ever CCACTournament Championship with a 2-0 shutout over Robert Morris as the #4 seed in the tournament. Judson started the tournament with a 3-2 overtime win over Olivet Nazarene and then followed that with a 0-0 double overtime tie with #6 Saint Xavier.  Judson advanced with a 3-2 shootout win in Chicago, Ill., at Saint Xavier.  Judson then hosted the championship match and pulled out a 2-0 win over Robert Morris.  With the win, they were then given the #1 seed in the NAIA Region VIII Tournament. It was the final season for Freddie King as head coach.