Wilson, Anderson and Wells named Academic All-OAC
NEW CONCORD, OHIO, November 19, 2008 - The Ohio Athletic Conference has announced that Muskingum College senior defender Amy Wilson has been named Academic All-OAC for women's soccer, while sophomore midfielder Alissa Anderson and sophomore midfielder Karen Wells both were named Academic Honorable Mention.
Wilson, a health and physical education major, carries a 3.75 grade-point-average. She became the first-ever Muskie to start every game of her career and anchored Muskingum's defense from the sweeper position. Wilson ended her tenure with 74 starts, five goals and three assists. This marks the third time she has been honored with Academic All-OAC accolades.
Anderson, a biology/pre-vet major, carries a 4.0 grade-point-average. She started every game for the Muskies this season and was the second leading scorer on the squad with four goals and two assists. Anderson ended the year with 33 shots and one game-winning tally.
Wells, a middle childhood education major, sports a 3.65 grade-point-average. She recorded a team-high four assists and added two goals on the year. Wells started every contest and ended the campaign with 18 shots.
Muskingum, led by the Muskies' all-time winningest coach Mary Beth Caudill, ended the year with a record of 7-9-2, which marked its best finish since 2001, when Muskingum advanced to the OAC Tournament Final Four.