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Women's Soccer News & Highlights

November 05, 2013

Roquemore, Simpson Recognized By Freedom Conference

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Eastern's Elayna Simpson (left) and Emily Roquemore (right) were recognized for their play this season by the Freedom Conference.

ANNVILLE, Pa.—The Middle Atlantic Conferences released their All-Conference selections on Tuesday for the 2013 women’s soccer season. Eastern junior defender Emily Roquemore was named to the Second Team All-Conference and sophomore Elayna Simpson was recognized with an Honorable Mention.

Roquemore (Camp Hill, Pa./ Cumberland Valley), started all 18 games for the Eagles this year and played every minute of each game, for a total of 1680 minutes. Even though she was a center back, Roquemore also scored two goals this season. Both of her goals were critical in Eastern wins: a 2-1 win over Farmingdale St. and a 1-0 win over DeSales University.

Simpson (Dover, Del./ Caesar Rodney) started all 18 games for the Eagles as well and had 134 saves this season, second most in the conference.

Eagles' head coach Dan Mouw was glad that Simpson and Roquemore were recognized for their play this year. "Both Elayna and Emily did a good job stepping into new roles and new leadership roles this year,” Coach Mouw said, "and I look forward to having them as the foundation of our rebuilding process. They both work hard and are outstanding teammates."

To see all of the All-Conference selections, please click the link below.

 

2013 Women’s Soccer All-Conference

 

Updated: Tuesday, 26 November 2013

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