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King's College Women's Soccer (PA) Newsletter Nov - Dec 2014

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King's College Women's Soccer (PA) Nov - Dec 2014 Newsletter
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    “The Goal Line Gazette”   A King’s College Women’s Soccer Publication   Volume 5, Issue 6 Nov.  –   Dec. 2014 Table of Contents 1 Look up, get up, but never give up! 1 NCAA Recruiting Facts …Why D3 You Ask?  2 Look up, get up, but never give up! (Cont.) 2 Calendar of Events Look up, get up, but never give up!  Program and Culture Development ANNVILLE  —   Five members of the King's College women's soccer team have been named to the 2014 All-Freedom Conference squad. Second-team selections include juniors Ivy Nulton, Lindsey Humanik, and Jessica Natale. Sophomore Alexandra Garrett was also a second-team choice while junior Erin Laird was an honorable mention pick. The five King's selections played a major role in leading the Monarchs back to the 2014 Freedom Conference Tournament with the fourth-seed.  Nulton earned her second straight berth on the All-Freedom squad after scoring 14 points on six goals and two assists. Playing through an early-season injury that limited her time, Nulton was always a weapon opponents had to account for with her tremendous speed. Over the course of her three years at King's  Nulton has registered 42 total points. Garrett proved to  be an excellent complement to Nulton up front and finished her sophomore season with 11 points on five goals and one assist. In her two years in the program, Garrett has totaled 14 points. King's defense was paced  by Humanik, a repeat second-team choice. The junior standout came through in a big way this season, changing positions from midfield to defense to unselfishly fill a team need. She helped the King's defense allow just 1.4 goals per-game. (Continued on page 2) NCAA Recruiting Facts …Why D3 You Ask?   Want to play NCAA Collegiate Sports? NCAA Publications  National Collegiate Athletic Association D3  –   The experience provides an integrated environment that focuses on academic success while offering competitive athletics and meaningful non-athletics opportunities. D2  –   Provides growth opportunities through academic achievement, high-level athletics competition and community engagement. Many participants are first-generation college students. D1  –   On average, enroll the most students, manage the largest athletic budgets, offer a wide array of academic programs and  provide the most athletics scholarships. Participation    D3 - 183,500 student athletes, 450 colleges & universities    D2  –   109,100 student athletes, 300 colleges & universities    D1  –   173,500 student athletes, 346 colleges & universities Financial Aid    D3 - 75% of all students athletes receive some form of academic grant or need based scholarship, $13,500 on average    D2  –   56% of all students athletes receive some level of aid      D1  –   53% of all student athletes receive some level of aid  Academic Success Rate    D3  –   87%    D2  –   71%    D1  –   81% Average Enrollment Size    D3  –   3,000    D2  –   4,200      D1  –   12,900  Participating in Sports    D3  –   21%    D2  –   14%      D1  –   6%      “The Goal Line Gazette”   A King’s College Women’s Soccer Publication   Volume 5, Issue 6 Nov.  –   Dec. 2014 (Continued from page 1) King's junior goalie Jessica Natale earned her first spot on the all-conference team. Natale proved her worth with her athleticism in net. While the strong King's defense only forced her to make an average of 4.5 saves per-game, Natale made numerous spectacular, diving stops during the year. In her three years at King's she has made 191 stops. The Monarchs' final pick was Laird who provided a calming influence in the midfield. Laird was solid in her play in the midfield as well as her ability to effectively transition from offense to defense. She concluded the year with seven points on two goals and three assists. In her three years in the midfield, Laird has contributed 24 points. Despite a 3 week span leading to 12 of 21 players being injured at the same time the Monarchs continued to claw to the top once again! Congrats ladies on such wonderful and well deserved achievements! King’s College Women’s Soccer   Contact the Editor Frank Carrozza Head Coach; W omen’s Soccer   King’s  College 133 N. River Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 570.208.5900 x 5270 Frankcarrozza@kings.edu www.kings.edu  Calendar of Events As you near your senior year and you create that list for your college search, we challenge you to explore all that we have to offer to determine if King’s College is the right place for you.    Winter Open House  –   Nov. 16 th  2014 (8:30am  –   2:30pm)    Senior Preview Day  –   Nov. 7 th  , 14 th  , and 21 st  We hope that you will be able to join us for our upcoming events which will include presentations on academics, financial aid, campus life, community service, and career/internship opportunities. Please call 1-888-KINGS PA for more information. The King’s College Women’s Soccer Coaching Staff will be on the recruiting trail throughout the year. The following upcoming showcases will be attended by the King’s College Women’s Soccer  Coaching Staff:    Annual Central PA Girls Showcase (PA)    Bethesda College Soccer Showcase (MD)    MAPS Winter Showcase (NJ)    Charlotte Moran/Kirkwood Showcase (DE)    PA Classics (PA) To get in contact with the Lady Monarch’s Soccer Staff, please contact Coach Carrozza at: (570) 208-5900 x 5270 or  Frankcarrozza@kings.edu 

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