Women’s Soccer Team Earns NSCAA Team Ethics Award

| January 2, 2015
Coming off a perfect 9-0 conference record and a school-record overall win total (19) in 2013, the Webster University women's soccer team is the preseason favorite in SLIAC.

The 2014 squad won a Bronze Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award, as well as a Team Academic Award from the NSCAA.

The Webster University women’s soccer team has earned the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) 2014 Bronze Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award. The award is given to soccer teams that accumulate no red cards and 10 yellow cards or less throughout the season.

This is the third straight year, and the seventh time in the program’s history, the Webster women’s soccer team has received the award. The NSCAA awards three different levels; gold, silver, and bronze, and for 2014 only 125 college women’s teams nationwide at all divisions (NCAA I, II, & III/NAIA/Community College) received the award.

The Gorloks received only six yellow cards over the course of their 22-game season, just missing the “silver” award level (five yellow cards or less) by one.

The team previously received recognition from the NSCAA in 2014 with a Team Academic Award for its team grade point average.

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