Soccer (W)

Five selected to all-region team in Women's Soccer

SALISBURY, NC – The Catawba College women’s soccer team placed five members on the 2004 adidas/National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Southeast Region squad. Second team honors went to junior goalkeeper Cathrine Balentine (Charlotte, NC), sophomore forward McKenzie Burman (Rolesville, NC) and junior defender Lindsay Layman (Hagerstown, MD). Senior midfielder Jennifer Lowe (Enfield, CT) and freshman forward Paige Harrington (Albemarle, NC) were third team selections. Balentine, a product of Myers Park High School, posted a school-record low 0.49 goals against average this season. She allowed just eight goals over 1,474 minutes of action and recorded seven shutouts. In two seasons in goal, Balentine has a 0.62 GAA with 16 shutouts. Burman, who played at Wake Forest-Rolesville High School, tied the school record with 17 goals in 21 matches this season. She ranked second in the conference in goals and added seven assists. Layman, of Smithsburg High School, helped the Lady Indians to a dozen shutouts in 21 matches. A three-time South Atlantic Conference All-Tournament selection, Layman was a third team NSCAA all-region pick as a freshman. Catawba has posted 35 shutouts over her three seasons on defense. Lowe, from Enrico Fermi High School, broke her own school record with 16 assists on the season. The conference leader, she ranked third in NCAA II. Lowe set the school career mark with 39 assists and finished #2 in league history. She tallied three goals this year. Harrington, a former standout at Albemarle High School, was the SAC co-Freshman of the Year after netting 15 goals in her initial collegiate campaign. She finished third in the SAC in goals and points, adding five assists on the year. Catawba tied a school-record with 16 wins in 2004 and advanced to the NCAA II Southeast Region final, losing to eventual National Semifinalist Carson-Newman 1-0. Catawba had a 16-2-3 record, setting a school record for the fewest defeats and the best winning percentage at 83.3%. #####

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