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Rachel Smith Named Head Women's Soccer Coach
     06/03/13...The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown has named former Southern New Hampshire University assistant coach and Carlisle, Pa. native Rachel Smith Head Women's Soccer Coach... (Full Story)
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Soccer Teams Ranked in Final NCAA Stats
Janna Stoup Eighth in Game-Winning Goals

     12/12/12...Lady Cat sophomore forward Janna Stoup (Carlisle, Pa.) ranked in the top-30 nationally in five categories, including eighth in game-winning goals, when the final 2012 NCAA Division II soccer statistics were released. On the men's side, Mountain Cat red-shirt freshman goalkeeper Eddie Stover (New Kensington, Pa.) ranked 47th in saves per game and 74th in total saves. Statistics are based on games played through December 1
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ATH12_233_STOUPJ_TJanna Stoup First-Team Daktronics All-Region Women's Soccer
     11/19/12...Pitt-Johnstown sophomore forward Janna Stoup (Carlisle, Pa.) was named First-Team Daktronics All-Atlantic Region Women's Soccer on Monday following voting by the region’s sports information directors. The 2012 Regional Player of the Year is Gannon University's Mani Bruckener (Full Story) ... (Full Release)
     Stoup, who led the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) in goals, points per game, goals per game, total points, and game-winning goals, also ranked second among all players on the All-Region team in total goals with 15 and led the region in game-winners with six. Nationally, Stoup is sixth in game-winning goals (6), 12th in goals per game (.882), 15th in points per game (1.88), 18th total goals (15) and, 29th total points (32).

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Janna Stoup Tabbed First-Team All-WVIAC Women's Soccer
     11/06/12...Pitt-Johnstown junior forward Janna Stoup (Carlisle, Pa.) garnered First-Team All-WVIAC Women's Soccer honors, while senior defender Gena Pentz (Johnstown, Pa.) and junior forward Jackie Becerra (Saddle Brook, NJ) were each honorable mention all-conference choices when this year's teams were released on Tuesday... (Full WVIAC Release)
     The WVIAC women’s soccer coaches have awarded the 2012 top honors to University of Charleston (WV) midfielder Elyse Surbaugh was named the WVIAC's Player of the Year by the league's coaches. Davis & Elkins (WV) College forward Taylor Morton was tabbed the Freshman of the year, while West Virginia Wesleyan’s Patrick Holguin was named the Coach of the Year after guiding the Bobcats to the WVIAC Tournament Championship and postseason berth.
     Stoup, led the WVIAC in goals, points per game, goals per game, total points, and game-winning goals.
     Nationally, Stoup ranks in the top-26 in five NCAA Division II statistical categories, including fifth in game-winning goals (6), 11th in goals per game (.882), 15th in both total goals (15) and points per game (1.88), and 26th total points (32).
     Becerra led the Lady Cats in assists (5), and finished second behind Stoup in total points (17), goals (6), and game-winning goals (3), while Pentz helped to anchor a Pitt-Johnstown defense that allowed just 22 goals in 18 matches.


ATH12_227_SCHULTZR_TLady Cats Drop Season Finale at Carlow
     10/27/12... (Box Score) Carlow University used a goal in each half to deal the Lady Cat soccer team a 2-0 non-conference road loss in Saturday's 2012 season finale.  Rebekah Schultz (Allison Park, Pa.) made four saves in goal for Pitt-Johnstown, which ended the year at 11-7-0 overall.
     Carlow opened the scoring in the 15th minute, before setting the final at 2-0 with another goal with just under three minutes left to play.
     Schultz made four saves but allowed both goals to suffer the loss for the Lady Cats.
Last Reviewed: December 5, 2007