Four members of the Grace College women’s soccer team were honored by the Crossroads League on Tuesday in the postseason awards.
Hollar was Grace’s leading attacker throughout the season. She had eight goals and one assist in the regular season to rack up 17 points. Hollar’s 36 career goals rank fifth in program history.
Schue posted eight shutouts in 16 games as Grace’s goalkeeper. She made 95 saves on the season, averaging nearly six saves per game.
Jadoo was an integral part of Grace’s defense. The senior outside back was one of just four players to start all 16 games. She helped Grace to six shutouts in league play.
Grout was a steady defensive midfielder for Grace. The senior was instrumental in winning and keeping possession for Grace in the middle. She also started all 16 games.
The Lady Lancers played one of the toughest schedules in the nation, taking on six ranked teams during the regular season. Grace still managed to finish fourth in the Crossroads League.
Grace is focused on qualifying for the NCCAA National Championships in Kissimmee, Fla. To reach NAIA Nationals, the Lady Lancers will need to qualify through NCCAA Regionals which will be announced in the coming days.