NAIA Women's Soccer Players of the Week - 2021

Women's Soccer - University of California Merced

Student-athletes were nominated for their performances and were selected out of a pool of conference and Continental Athletic Confererence (Independents) award winners.


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Week 11 (November 9, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Jenn Salinger, UC Merced (Calif.)

  Jenn Salinger netted three goals in each of her two matches of the week. In the process, the senior broke the single season scoring record in the CalPac with 49 points

 

Offensive Nominees: Paula Sanabria, Missouri Valley; Brooke Schneider, Columbia (Mo.); Kaitlyn Brunson, St. Ambrose (Iowa); Ryelyn Wells, Reinhardt (Ga.); Alysha Donovan, Waldorf (Iowa); Emma Rice, Science & Arts (Okla.); Keito Ido, Tennessee Southern; Patricia Gomez Nogueras, Northwestern Ohio; Sydney Chura, SCAD Savannah (Ga.); Allie Schlom, Marian (Ind.); Shelby O'Leary, IU East (Ind.); Cassidi Calzaretta, Ottawa (Ariz.); Kyleigh Spree-Kolos, Our Lady of the Lake (Texas); Eve Hoppe, Jamestown (N.D.); Kadisha Martina, Brewton-Parker (Ga.)

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Yadira Estrada, St. Francis (Ill.)

 

  Yadira Estrada recorded an overtime shutout over Judson (Ill.) with 13 saves in her lone match of the week to send the Saints to the semifinal match in the Chicagoland tournament.

 

Defensive Nominees: Erica Burkhardt, Point (Ga.); Rebekah Cotton, Spring Arbor (Mich.); Kelsie Stapler, Brewton-Parker (Ga.); Saige Stowers, Missouri Baptist; Ella Serlin, Point Park (Pa.); Ariana Romero, The Master's (Calif.); Laura Vogt, Cumberlands (Ky.); Jennifer Starwalt, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Sofie Jackson-Pedersen, Hastings (Neb.); Hannah Hadland, Saint Katherine (Calif.); Leonie Weide, St. Thomas (Fla.); Emma Phillipson, Bellevue (Neb.); Olivia Berry, Benedictine (Kan.); Merin McDermott, Aquinas (Mich.); Phoenix Michaelis, Huston-Tillotson (Texas)


 

Week 10 (November 2, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Joy Mertzig, Georgia Gwinnett

  Joy Mertzig set a new Georgia Gwinnett record with eight points in a single match in the lone game last week. The junior recorded her second hat trick of the season along with two assists.

 

Offensive Nominees: Macie Lucas, Columbia (Mo.); Kisa Omerovic, Midland (Neb.); Emily Lynch, Ottawa (Ariz.); Maileena Faaita, Marymount California; Carmen Kager, Point (Ga.); Laura Maria, Oklahoma Wesleyan; McKenna Sullivan, Rio Grande (Ohio); Callie Wright, Northwest (Wash.); Jaiden Konrad, Lawrence Tech (Mich.); Alondra Blanco, Judson (Ill.); Sydney Brown, Indiana Wesleyan; Chayce Walker, Texas A&M Texarkana; Gifte Pavatt, John Brown (Ark.); Brenda Cernas, Cumberland (Tenn.); Brianna Smotherman, Dalton State (Ga.); Andrea Villar, Central Methodist (Mo.); Rachel Dalton, Ave Maria (Fla.)

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Sabrina Graziano, Cumberland (Tenn.)

 

  Sabrina Graziano helped to hand No. 3 Tennessee Southern its first loss of the season, stopping five shots, and held the top scoring team in the nation to one goal.

 

Defensive Nominees: Emilee Ulke, Houston-Victoria (Texas); Libby Stratton, Grace (Ind.); Emily Sitkowski, Health Sciences and Pharmacy (Mo.); Aubrey Mendez, John Brown (Ark.); Maria Smyth, Friends (Kan.); Siera Pedroza, Hope International (Calif.); Melanie Lefebvre, St. Thomas (Fla.); Luz Lopez, Marymount California; Matilda Johansson, Georgia Gwinnett; Gabby Mitchum, IU East (Ind.); Kierstin Patefield, Northwest (Wash.); Kelsie Stapler, Brewton-Parker (Ga.); Marte Stokseth, Tennessee Wesleyan; Mackenzie Frizzell, Culver-Stockton (Mo.); Yetzemany Solis, Judson (Ill.); Tairyn Webb, Aquinas (Mich.)


 

Week 9 (October 26, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Ariana Mondiri, Northwestern Ohio

  Ariana Mondiri tallied seven goals in two matches and tied a single-game goals record at Northwestern Ohio. The sophomore finished with 15 points on the week.

 

Offensive Nominees: Melissa Siegel, Baker (Kan.); Josett Perez, Judson (Ill.); Estelle Flanagan, Houston-Victoria (Texas); Ana Paula Santos, William Carey (Miss.); Sarah Foulk, Indiana Wesleyan; Emma Rice, Science & Arts (Okla.); Marjolen Nekesa, Oklahoma Wesleyan; Rachel Dudley, Tennessee Wesleyan; Giovana Pedrassani, Iowa Wesleyan; Veronica Rodriguez, Saint Katherine (Calif.); Kyoka Koshijima, Keiser (Fla.); Kimberly Trapp, IU East (Ind.); Sylvia Sloss, Oregon Tech; Grace Duckens, Westmont (Calif.); Jewel Morelan, Columbia (Mo.); Estelle Badoedana Ekada, Tennessee Southern

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Caroline Johnson, Reinhardt (Ga.)

 

  Caroline Johnson picked-up a pair of wins for Reinhardt (Ga.) including a 3-1 victory over No. 19 Truett McConnell (Ga.) where she made 11 saves.

 

Defensive Nominees: Alicia Zamora, Central Methodist (Mo.); Siera Pedroza, Hope International (Calif.); Charlize Wolf, Saint Katherine (Calif.); Jessie Selby, Southern Oregon; Ashton Snider, Rio Grande (Ohio); Kylie Mulhern-Guillier, Iowa Wesleyan; Kristel Chaves Bello, Louisiana College; Maja Henriksson, Keiser (Fla.); Bethany Blackwood, Grace (Ind.); Kami Quinn, Tabor (Kan.); Kara Bishop, Siena Heights (Mich.); Marissa Fetters, Judson (Ill.); Isabelle Vazquez, Tennessee Southern; Aubrey Mendez, John Brown (Ark.); Kelsie Stapler, Brewton-Parker (Ga.); Brianna Morrow, William Woods (Mo.)


 

Week 8 (October 19, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Rayssa Neres Gomes De Souza, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)

  Rayssa Neres Gomes De Souza found the back of the net seven times in a single match and recorded the game winner in her other match. The junior collected 16 total points.

 

Offensive Nominees: Brianna Carr, Blue Mountain (Miss.); Mari Sagstad, Cardinal Stritch (Wis.); Angela Lloret, Culver-Stockton (Mo.); Kiah Wetzell, Oregon Tech; Sydney Shenk, Aquinas (Mich.); Erin Oleksak, Marian (Ind.); Megan Nugent, Avila (Mo.); Haylee Ward, Simpson (Calif.); Hannah Logue, Truett McConnell (Ga.); Emma Rice, Science & Arts (Okla.); Lena Balck, Georgia Gwinnett; Claudia Melgar, Oakland City (Ind.); Melissa Navarro, Huston-Tillotson (Texas); Gianna Gore, Missouri Baptist; Dekota Schubert, Hastings (Neb.); Aisha Solorzano, Southeastern (Fla.); Ofelia Sosa Cruz, Hope International (Calif.)

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Kara Bishop, Siena Heights (Mich.)

 

  Kara Bishop recorded a pair of shutouts on 13 saves in her two matches last week. The senior held RV Madonna (Mich.) scoreless for 110 minutes and handed the Crusaders their first draw of the season.

 

Defensive Nominees: Kiah Gridley, Simpson (Calif.); Ximena Jauregui, Ohio Valley (W.Va.); Mariah Ruckdeschel, USC Beaufort (S.C.); Emily Ponstein, Spring Arbor (Mich.); Kate Marshall, Columbia (Mo.); Julia Szylke, Roosevelt (Ill.); Jenna Rockwell, Cumberlands (Ky.); Isabella Cranford, Milligan (Tenn.); Kenan Ebel, Avila (Mo.); Jaina Eckert, William Carey (Miss.); Zoe Jessen, Central Methodist (Mo.); Sabrina Staufenbiel, Bellevue (Neb.); Nisa Ollivierre, Houston-Victoria (Texas); Jennifer Starwalt, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Michelle Gonzalez, Menlo (Calif.); Mikayla Chase, Midland (Tenn.); Alyx Burkhartzmeyer, Oregon Tech


 

Week 7 (October 12, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Adisa Amang, Tennessee Southern

  Adisa Amang recorded five goals in two games, including a four goal effort against Pikeville (Ky.). The senior added an assist in each match as well.

 

Offensive Nominees: Ryelyn Wells, Reinhardt (Ga.); Juliana Pires, Corban (Ore.); Faith Pelletier-King, Faulkner (Ala.); Stephanie Doran, Louisiana College; Emma Rice, Science & Arts (Okla.); Ramona Kannady, Keiser (Fla.); Lenvix Ochieng, Park (Mo.); Bruna Bielski, Bellevue (Neb.); Cassandra Diaz, Jamestown (N.D.); Chase Davis, Rio Grande (Ohio); Lauren (McDougal) Case, William Jessup (Calif.); Jocelyne Garcia, UC Merced (Calif.); Jewel Morelan, Columbia (Mo.); Laura Maria, Oklahoma Wesleyan; Lexi Ponstein, Spring Arbor (Mich.); Mariyah Leonard, Saint Xavier (Ill.); Abigail Mann, Lourdes (Ohio)

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Emmy Rodgers, Lourdes (Ohio)

 

  Emmy Rodgers allowed just a single goal from No. 12 Aquinas (Mich.) and made 11 saves in a 1-1 draw. The lone goal was on a PK attempt in the eighth minute.

 

Defensive Nominees: Kelsie Stapler, Brewton-Parker (Ga.); Sierra Ruetten, Reinhardt (Ga.); Carsen Desens, Viterbo (Wis.); Holly Eddins, Southeastern (Fla.); Maria Smyth, Friends (Kan.); Grace Morris, Cumberland (Tenn.); Moa Zakrisson, Science & Arts (Okla.); Kara Gooderham, Eastern Oregon; Kristina Simpson, Southwest (N.M.); Mackenzie Smith, Midland (Neb.); Mackenzie Osther, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.); Alejandra Mesa, Ohio Valley (W.Va.); Chloe Gutierrez, Ottawa (Ariz.); Hannah Leahy, Missouri Baptist; Corryn Berlin, Bethel (Ind.); Morgan Demagall, Saint Xavier (Ill.); Laura Riesenbeck, Central Methodist (Mo.)


 

Week 6 (October 5, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Miagh Downey, Middle Georgia State

  Miagh Downey recorded a pair of hat tricks and eight total goals in three matches for Middle Georgia State. The senior racked-up 20 points over the course of the week.

 

Offensive Nominees: Martina Terra Garcia, Louisiana College; Laura Maria, Oklahoma Wesleyan; Abbey Wilson, Saint Mary (Neb.); Lauren Akemon, Reinhardt (Ga.); Montse Caparros, Culver-Stockton (Mo.); Rachael Manley, Harris-Stowe (Mo.); Erin Oleksak, Marian (Ind.); Kaitlyn Brunson, St. Ambrose (Iowa); Maria-Frances Serrant, Corban (Ore.); Adisa Amang, Tennessee Southern; Jeweleen Reuille, Northwestern Ohio; Araceli Soto-Garcia, Soka (Calif.); Kelsey Henry, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Jordyn Bingaman, The Master's (Calif.); Nola McGuire, Point Park (Pa.); Sydney Chura, SCAD Savannah (Ga.)

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Becca Mindling, Spring Arbor (Mich.)

 

  Becca Mindling was a key part of the Spring Arbor backfield that earned a pair of shutout victories against both No. 7 Marian (Ind.) and No. 15 Grace (Ind.).

 

Defensive Nominees: Kierstin Patefield, Northwest (Wash.); Celenka Hommel, Grand View (Iowa); Darrien Sclafani, Briar Cliff (Iowa); Kennedy Hyde, Siena Heights (Mich.); Elisabeth Dunlap, Reinhardt (Ga.); Victoria Fullager, Florida College; Jessica Carro Pedreira, Louisiana College; Danielle Bruckschen, Cardinal Stritch (Wis.); Brooke Alvarez, Dalton State (Ga.); Melanie Lefebvre, St. Thomas (Fla.); Victoria Cavazos, Saint Katherine (Calif.); Maya Caon, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Jennifer Starwalt, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Victoria Heus, Columbia (Mo.); Anouck Heyer, Ohio Valley; Mallorie Lund, Southwestern (Kan.); Olivia Foulk, William Jessup (Calif.)


 

Week 5 (September 28, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Andrea Villar, Central Methodist (Mo.)

  Andrea Villar netted six goals on the week, including her second-consecutive four-goal effort against Evangel (Mo.)

 

Offensive Nominees: Victoria Stausholm, Morningside (Iowa); Gianna Gore, Missouri Baptist; Hannah Logue, Truett McConnell (Ga.); Katie Knutte, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.); Priscilla Garcia, Southwest (N.M.); Sydney Brown, Indiana Wesleyan; Abigail Siddall, SCAD Savannah (Ga.); Jazmin Martinez, Benedictine Mesa (Ariz.); Bryce Calka, Concordia (Mich.); Vivien Guse, Blue Mountain (Miss.); Angelica Soto, Menlo (Calif.); Vanessa Reynoso, John Brown (Ark.); TaMaya Wolford, Point Park (Pa.); Bryanna Kuhn, Southwestern (Kan.); Adisa Amang, Tennessee Southern; Courtney Wallingford, Bellevue (Neb.)

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Georgia Martell, Cumberlands (Ky.)

 

  Georgia Martell made eight saves, including two critical diving stops in the second half to earn the tie for Cumberlands (Ky.)

 

Defensive Nominees: Lilly Jakuszewski, Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio); Ursula Bravo, Governors State (Ill.); Emmy Rodger, Lourdes (Ohio); Jaden Campbell, Benedictine Mesa (Ariz.); Abbie McCammon, Thomas (Ga.); Lisa Peitz, Harris-Stowe (Mo.); Caitlyn Hanafan, Grand View (Iowa); Bergen Beversdorf, Viterbo (Wis.); Sindi Kanto, Ohio Valley (W.Va.); Caitlyn Logan, John Brown (Ark.); Aurora Gobbi, Oklahoma Wesleyan; Lena Frisch, Blue Mountain (Miss.); Emilee Ulke, Houston-Victoria (Texas); Emily Ambrose, Midland (Neb.); Ashley Levi, Vanguard (Calif.); Sarah Conway, Carroll (Mont.); Joi Sturdivant, St. Andrews (N.C.)


 

Week 4 (September 21, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Allie Schlom, Marian (Ind.)

  Allie Schlom scored a pair of game winners last week in wins over No. 14 Aquinas (Mich.) and No. 25 Northwestern Ohio.

 

Offensive Nominees: Lauren Foster, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.); Hannah Crum, Aquinas (Mich.); Andrea Villar, Central Methodist (Mo.); Jackie Montes, Montreat (N.C.); Cassandra Diaz, Jamestown (N.D.); Mindy Lertzman, Ottawa (Ariz.); Ariell Hopkins, Texas A&M Texarkana; Kennedy Trigg, St. Mary of the Woods (Ind.); Abigail Mumm, Viterbo (Wis.) Morgan Farrington, Eastern Oregon; Brianna Uhl, Trinity Christian (Ill.); Leonie Weide, St. Thomas (Fla.); Claire Hedlund, Bethel (Kan.); Ana Paula Santos, William Carey (Miss.); April Hill, Oklahoma City Jayden Boelter, Cumberlands (Ky.) Julia Schjut, Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.)

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Hannah Brackenbury, Taylor (Ind.)

 

  Hannah Brackenbury recorded three shutouts in all three matches of the week for Taylor (Ind.).

 

Defensive Nominees: Taylor Primack, Holy Cross (Ind.); Reese Blanton, Texas Wesleyan; Cara Spry, Point Park (Pa.); Matilda Waldt, Georgia Gwinnett; Doeschka Birnage, Campbellsville (Ky.); Courtney Link, Middle Georgia State; Michelle Gonzalez, Menlo (Calif.); Aryanna Sanchez, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.); Hazel Wright, Concordia (Mich.); Kate Marshall, Columbia (Mo.); Emma Parker, Columbia (S.C.); Sofie Jackson-Pedersen, Hastings (Neb.); Laura Riesenbeck, Central Methodist (Mo.); Sarolta Oppelland, St. Thomas (Fla.); Gabriela Roa, LSU Shreveport (La.); Kami Quinn, Tabor (Kan.); Madeline Barker, Eastern Oregon


 

Week 3 (September 14, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Jordyn Besserman, Health Sciences & Pharmacy (Mo.)

  Jordyn Besserman set a new record at University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy with six goals and 12 points in a single match.

 

Offensive Nominees: Joy Mertzig, Georgia Gwinnett; Abigail Olsson, Trinity International (Ill.); Lily Schlake, College of Idaho; Vivien Guse, Blue Mountain (Miss.); Megan Verant, Madonna (Mich.); Nohara Takayama, Keiser (Fla.); Claudia Melgar, Oakland City (Ind.); Kaylee Gillespie, William Jessup (Calif.); Chloe Sena, Taylor (Ind.); Alex Bershtein, Soka (Calif.); Kirryn Killingsworth, Avila (Mo.); Marlye Francis, Texas Wesleyan; Ariell Hopkins, Texas A&M Texarkana; Mya Holmes, Pikeville (Ky.); Valentina Cardoso, Missouri Valley; Ryelyn Wells, Reinhardt (Ga.)

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Maya Caon, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)

 

  Maya Caon played an instrumental role in Lindsey Wilson's victory over No. 9 John Brown (Ark.). The freshman stopped 11 of 12 shots and helped to hand the Golden Eagles their first loss of the season.

 

Defensive Nominees: Elizabeth Knight, Carlow (Pa.); Madie Gentry, Missouri Baptist; Amia Harris, Texas Wesleyan; Kylie Mulhern-Guillier, Iowa Wesleyan; Natalie Ford, Tabor (Kan.); Olivia Berry, Benedictine (Kan.); Karolyn Hasler, LSU Shreveport (La.); Kaleigh Mahaz, Siena Heights (Mich.); Laia Roch Font, Tennessee  Wesleyan; Leonie Weide, St. Thomas (Fla.); Michelle Gonzalez, Menlo (Calif.); Marissa Fetters, Judson (Ill.); Luz Lopez, Marymount California; Aitana Arguis, Grace (Ind.); Payton Anderson, College of Idaho; Laurie Potvin, William Carey (Miss.)


 

Week 2 (September 7, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Jana Pastorek, Thomas (Ga.)

  Jana Pastorek tallied her first collegiate hat trick last week with eight points as she helped to lead Thomas (Ga.) to a pair of victories.

 

Offensive Nominees: Marissa Young, Siena Heights (Mich.); Sydney Balducci, William Woods (Mo.); Cassidi Calzaretta, Ottawa (Ariz.); Andrea Villar, Central Methodist (Mo.); Mercy Berkemeyer, Columbia International (S.C.); Mariangela Jimenez, William Carey (Miss.); Priscilla Garcia, Southwest (N.M.); Eilidh Mchattie, Shawnee State (Ohio); Mari Sagstad, Cardinal Stritch (Wis.); April Hill, Oklahoma City; Keily Larosee, Friends (Kan.); Duda Feres, Brescia (Ky.); Taylor Alkire, Briar Cliff (Iowa); Halle Labert, Rocky Mountain (Mont.)

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Gaby Aguinaga-Hernandez, Roosevelt (Ill.)

 

  Gaby Aguinaga-Hernandez recorded a pair of shutouts in both of Roosevelt's matches this week. These were the first two of her career.

 

Defensive Nominees: Maea Ploetz, Saint Mary (Kan.); Maria Rios-Cervantes, Talladega (Ala.); Abigail Meyer, Columbia (Mo.); Alicia Zamora, Central Methodist (Mo.); Madison Herrera, Our Lady of the Lake (Texas); Melanie Lefebvre, St. Thomas (Fla.); Erica Bolinger, IU Kokomo (Ind.); Emily Hounsell, Life (Ga.); Jenna Wright, Dordt (Iowa); Lizbeth Garcia, Central Christian (Kan.); Lakelee Aldrich, Columbia (S.C.); Makida Herbert, Corban (Ore.); Kailey Meyer, Westmont (Calif.); Tairyn Webb, Aquinas (Mich.)


 

Week 1 (August 31, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Nahomi Oliva, Southwestern Christian (Okla.)

  Nahomi Oliva tallied eight goals in two matches, six of which came in Southwestern Christian's 10-0 victory on August 25. Her six-goal contest set a new institutional single game record for goals in a game.

 

Offensive Nominees: Litzy Mendez, St. Francis (Ill.); Synne Bye-Andersen, USC Beaufort (S.C.); Kendall Blackmon, Faulkner (Ala.); Shelby O'Leary, IU East (Ind.), Ayaka Matsumaru, Mount Mercy (Iowa);  Keito Ido, Tennessee Southern; Madison Deckard, Marian (Ind.); Elizabeth Radmilovich, The Master's (Calif.); Anya Castelli, Stephens (Mo.); Laura Helder, Cornerstone (Mich.); Chelsea Brown, LSU Shreveport (La.); Mei Suetsugu, Corban (Ore.); Addie Adame, Georgia Gwinnett; Tara Collins, Columbia International (S.C.); Aamarah Boochie, Midland (Neb.); Kayla Deaver, Kansas Wesleyan

 

 Defensive Player of the Week: Veronica Herrera, William Carey (Miss.)

 

  Veronica Herrera was a key part of the Crusaders' back line that held No. 16 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) to just two shots in a 2-0 victory.

 

Defensive Nominees: Georgia Martell, Cumberlands (Ky.); Jenna Miller, WVU Tech (W.Va.); AnnaBella Kowalczyk, Indiana Tech; Ariana Romero, The Master's (Calif.); Eden Suda, Governors State (Ill.); Rina Kinami, Missouri Valley; Jessie Selby, Southern Oregon; Moa Zakrisson, Science & Arts (Okla.); Ola Orelesi, Georgia Gwinnett; Kerstin Lecon, Texas A&M – Texarkana; Claire Massey, Taylor (Ind.); Lisa Pietz, Harris-Stowe (Mo.); Hope Frady, Truett McConnell (Ga.); Lauren Kunda, McPherson (Kan.); Isabella Gregg, Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.); Eliana Charalambous, SCAD Savannah (Ga.)


 


 

2021-22 Composite Winners (Defensive, Offensive)

Week 1 (August 31, 2021): Veronica Herrera, William Carey (Miss.); Nahomi Oliva, Southwestern Christian (Okla.)

Week 2 (September 7, 2021): Jana Pastorek, Thomas (Ga.); Gaby Aguinaga-Hernandez, Roosevelt (Ill.)

Week 3 (September 14, 2021): Maya Caon, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Jordyn Besserman, Health Science and Pharmacy (Mo.)

Week 4 (September 21, 2021): Hannah Brackenbury, Taylor (Ind.); Allie Schlom, Marian (Ind.)

Week 5 (September 28, 2021): Georgia Martell, Cumberlands (Ky.); Andrea Villar, Central Methodist (Mo.)

Week 6 (October 5, 2021): Becca Mindling, Spring Arbor (Mich.); Miagh Downey, Middle Georgia State 

Week 7 (October 12, 2021): Emmy Rodgers, Lourdes (Ohio); Adisa Amang, Tennessee Southern

Week 8 (October 19, 2021): Kara Bishop, Siena Heights (Mich.); Rayssa Neres Gomes De Souza, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)

Week 9 (October 26, 2021): Caroline Johnson, Reinhardt (Ga.); Ariana Mondiri, Northwestern Ohio

Week 10 (November 2, 2021): Sabrina Graziano, Cumberland (Tenn.); Joy Mertzig, Georgia Gwinnett

 

 

 

 

Championship Information

NAIA Women's Soccer Championship

38th ANNUAL WOMEN'S SOCCER 
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP


  November 18-20, 2021
Opening Round – Campus Sites

  November 30 - December 6, 2021
Orange Beach Sportsplex
Orange Beach, Ala.