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LTCC's women's soccer program had an historic 2018 season on every possible level: highest national ranking in program history (No. 2) and highest final national ranking in program history (No. 3); most wins in program history (20); most wins/ties over nationally ranked opponents (seven); first undefeated regular season in program history; highest win percentage in program history (.880); first appearance in the CCCAA State Championship game; most playoff wins in a single season in program history (5); first time as the NorCal region’s top seed in the state playoffs; first All-Americans in program history (two players), most All-West Region players in program history (three players), most Scholar All-Americans in program history (two players); and most all-conference honorees in program and conference history (nine). It was quite a year! And 2019 begins with the women's team ranked #4 in the nation!

The Lady Coyotes finished with a 20-1-4 record, and watched their national title and undefeated season hopes end with a 1-0 loss to Santiago Canyon in the state title game at Ventura College in December 2018. They outscored all opponents 103-7, which was the second straight season with 100 goals scored. LTCC also won its second straight Golden Valley Conference title by posting yet another undefeated record in conference and outscoring league opponents 67-1, and outscored conference opponents 149-2 over the past two seasons.
 
Sophomore center back Madison Boyd (Las Vegas, NV) and sophomore goalkeeper Claudia Janese (South Lake Tahoe, CA) were named first-team All-Americans by the United Soccer Coaches. Boyd and Janese, along with freshman forward Emily Roberts (Mammoth Lakes, CA), were also named to the USC All-West Region teams. Roberts led Northern California with 30 goals scored. All three players were named conference players of the year in their respective categories (MVP/Defensive, Goalkeeper and Offensive).
 
Freshman defender Valerie Sue Meyer (Carson City, NV) freshman midfielder Angie Hurtado (Sparks, NV) and sophomore forward Annie Brejc (South Lake Tahoe, CA) were all named to the conference’s first team, while freshman Isabella Wakeling (Carson City, NV), sophomore midfielder Graciela Palencia (Reno, NV) and freshman defender Cheyenne Banks (Las Vegas, NV) were named to the conference’s second team. In all, a conference-record nine LTCC players earned some sort of recognition.
 
Academically, sophomore Annie Brejc (South Lake Tahoe, CA) was named first-team Scholar All American, and sophomore Eleanor Boothman (Peterborough, England) was named second-team Scholar All-American. This was the first time in program history that multiple players earned Scholar All-American honors. Meyer, Brejc and Boothman were also named academic all-state, which helped make 2018 the most successful season on the field and in the classroom in the history of LTCC women’s soccer.
 

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