Flockhart honoured

The Western Athletic Conference announced its 2012 women’s soccer All-WAC honours last week

The Western Athletic Conference announced its 2012 women’s soccer All-WAC honours last week and selected two University of Idaho players among those honoured. Senior midfielder Jill Flockhart from Salmon Arm was one, an All-WAC for a third-consecutive season.

“It’s a testament to their hard work and they’ll be the first to tell you it’s because of the hard work of their teammates,” Idaho head coach Peter Showler said of the honours. “They’ve shown that individually within games and the other coaches around the league recognize that. To be recognized by your opposition, it means you’re doing well.”

Flockhart is tied for third on the team with eight points this season and ranked second among Vandals with six assists during the regular season. Flockhart moved into second all-time at Idaho in career assists this season with 17. She also ranks third all-time in game-winning goals (5), fourth in total points (35) and eighth in career goals (8) in Idaho soccer history.

 

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