KANSAS CITY, Mo. – After the NAIA released its annual All-America and Scholar Athlete teams at the conclusion of the 2016 women's soccer season, the National Soccer Coaches Associaton of America followed suite late last week with the announcement of their All-America and Scholar All-America Teams.
Rosie McShane was named the 2016 NSCAA NAIA/NCCAA Women's Scholar Player of the Year for her efforts this season on the field and in the classroom.
McShane was joined on the Scholar All-America Team by Liz Intfen. The duo was also named to the 2016 NSCAA NAIA Women's All-America Team as well.
Prior to earning a spot on the All-America Team, McShane and Intfen were both named to the first team of the NSCAA Women's All-Midwest Region Team. Olivia Meyers joined the duo on the All-Midwest Region second team.
For McShane, the NSCAA All-America honor marked her second time to be selected to the team by the NSCAA. It was the first NSCAA honors for both Intfen and Meyers.
The Ravens went 20-4-0 this season while earning a third straight trip to the NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship Tournament. They earned the No. 6 ranking in the Postseason NAIA Women's Soccer Top 25 Coaches' Poll when the Association released it on Dec. 7.