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Women's Soccer News & Highlights

December 11, 2012

Rittenhouse & Doutrich Earn Academic Honor


Kelsey Doutrich and Katelyn Rittenhouse were named Academic All-Area performers. Both earned First Team All-Freedom Conference Honors as well.

PHILADELPHIA- The Philadelphia Area Sports Information Directors Association released the Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area team for Women's Soccer. Katelyn Rittenhouse and Kelsey Doutrich were among the eleven players selected for recognition from nearly 60 nominees at 28 area colleges and universities.

It is the second year Doutrich, a senior midfielder and Math major, earned recognition. She finished her career with 48 goals and twice earned NSCAA All-Region honors. The three-time All-Freedom selection scored nine times and added four assists in her senior campaign. She is fifth on Eastern's career list in both goals and points (109). Doutrich has completed nearly all of her course work and carries a 3.81 GPA.

Rittenhouse has also earned All-Region honors twice in her career. The senior center back missed nearly all of her sophomre and junior seasons with injuries, but returned to health for her senior year. She assumed a leadership role in the back line and led the team in minutes played. She will graduate this Saturday as a Biochemistry major. She had a 3.94 GPA entering her final semester. In addition to her work in the classroom, Rittenhouse has been involved in multiple research projects and is active as a writing center tutor as well.

Rittenhouse, who intends to go to medical school, also earned CoSIDA Academic All-District recognition.

Eastern Women's Soccer has had the highest team GPA of any Eastern team over the past four years. 

Eastern joins Drexel and Haverford as the only schools to have two representatives on the team. Drexel goalkeeper Eve Badana was selected as the Area's Performer of the Year.

Complete Release

Updated: Friday, 24 May 2013


Dan Mouw

Dan Mouw

Dan Mouw enters his twelfth season at the helm of Eastern Women's Soccer in 2014.

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