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Phillips earns Capitol One Academic All-America (R) accolades

12/1/2014

Cumberland University’s Kaitlin Phillips earned Second Team Capitol One Academic All-America ® honors for women’s soccer, as announced this week by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

The senior has 10 goals and 16 assists this season, both career-highs, and she currently leads the nation in assists. The Edmonton, Alberta, native scored the game-winner at Campbellsville University in the 75th minute and had the game-winner at Union University as well. Phillips netted the first goal and assisted on another in a victory over then seventh-ranked Davenport University and posted two goals and four assists versus Shawnee State.

She assisted on the game-winner in overtime against Martin Methodist, recorded three assists versus the University of the Cumberlands and scored twice at the University of Pikeville. The midfielder added two assists against Georgetown College and had a goal and an assist versus St. Catharine College in the Mid-South Conference Championships.

The Capital One Academic All-America® College Division soccer teams are comprised of student-athletes from NAIA, Canadian and two-year institutions. For more information on the program please go to http://www.capitaloneacademicallamerica.com/.

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