Women's Soccer News & Highlights
November 02, 2012
Freedom Honors Five for Women's Soccer
Rittenhouse returns to the All-Conference lists after missing the last two seasons with injury. An All-Region and All-Freedom performer as a first-year center back in 2009, Rittenhouse returned to anchor a back line that allowed less than a goal a game and that recorded eight shutouts in its final 11 matches. She scored her only career goal in a 3-0 win at Cabrini.
Goodman also earned All-Freedom Recognition as a Freshman in 2009. The senior goalkeeper is a two-time All-Region performer and has been a difference-maker for the Eagles throughout her career. Her game has jumped to a new level this year. Since a 2-0 loss at Messiah on Sept. 19, Goodman has only allowed a single goal. She has, in that same time frame, scored two of her three goals on the year.
Doutrich earns her third straight spot on the Freedom First Team. The senior midfielder leads the Eastern offense with nine goals and four assists. Headed into the Freedom Conference Tournament which starts this afternoon, Doutrich has 15 career game-winning goals.
Graybill was named to the All-Conference for the the second year in a row. She works as Eastern's engine in the midfield. She has two game-winning goals in conference play and sets the tone for every game with her distribution and ball-winning.
Roquemore joins the four seniors in receiving recognition from the league. The sophomore moved back to center back from the midfield to help the team. Since her move into the back row, the Eagles have allowed .5 goals against over a 12-game stretch.
The Eagles (10-5-3, 5-1-1 Freedom) begin Freedom Conference play at Wilkes this afternoon. Eastern has won three of the last four Freedom Conference Championships.Complete List
Updated: Tuesday, 26 November 2013