CANYON, Tex. (November 16, 2016) - Colorado State University-Pueblo women's soccer junior defender Jessica Westhoff (Centennial, Colo.) has been selected to the Division II Collegiate Commissioners Association All-South Central Region Second Team announced Wednesday.
Westhoff helped lead the ThunderWolves to a 14-5-1 record this season and guided the Pack to their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament in program history.
Westhoff appeared and started in all twenty Pack matches this season and recorded two goals and three assists. She was named RMAC Defensive Player of the Week, Oct. 4.
Colorado School of Mines' Emily Garnier was named South Central Region Player of the Year.
CSU-Pueblo earned national recognition this season entering the national ranks at No. 23 for two consecutive weeks, for the first time in school history following a nine-game win streak and twelve-game unbeaten streak.
The Pack's nine-game win streak set a new program record. CSU-Pueblo clinched its second RMAC Tournament berth in the past three seasons, earning the second-seed and picking up its first home postseason victory on Nov. 2, defeating Fort Lewis College 4-1.
CSU-Pueblo reached the RMAC Tournament Final for just the third time since 1996, falling 2-1 versus Colorado Mines.
In the first NCAA Tournament game, CSU-Pueblo dropped a 1-0 decision against Dallas Baptist.
CSU-Pueblo ended its season tied for most wins in a season.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.