Four Knights Earn All-MIAA Honors in Women’s Soccer
Monday, November 05, 2012
ROYAL OAK - The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association has released its All-MIAA First and Second Teams in women’s soccer. Four Knights earned All-MIAA honors. Senior Francesca Smith, junior Danielle Carter and freshmen Taylor Ten Harmsel were named to the All-MIAA First Team. Freshmen Sydney Kinney was named to the All-MIAA Second Team.
Smith is a native of Bloomington, Indiana, and a graduate of Bloomington South High School. This season, Smith has started all 20 games for the Knights, scoring five goals and dishing out five assists. She is also a team captain. She is being honored for the third straight year.
Carter is a native of DeWitt and a graduate of DeWitt High School. She has started all 20 games, scoring eight goals and dishing out four assists. She, along with Smith, is a team captain this season. She scored the game-winning goal against rival Hope in the MIAA Tournament, which gave Calvin a birth in the NCAA III Tournament. Carter is being honored for the first time in her career.
Ten Harmsel is a native of Holland and a graduate of Holland Christian High School. She leads the Knights in points this season with 24, 10 goals and four assists. She is being honored for the first time in her career.
Kinney is a native of Ada and a graduate of Grand Rapids Christian High School. She has started all 20 games this season at defense for the Knights. On the season, Kinney has one goal and three assists. She is being honored for the first time in her career.