Chapel Hill High graduate Mikayla Krzeczowski was one of five South Carolina women’s soccer players that earned United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region honors recently.
The coaching organization announced that Krzeczowski was named to the second team.
In addition to Krzeczowski, Gamecock seniors Savannah McCaskill and Lindsey Lane in addition to sophomore Crace Fisk and Tatumn Milazzo received honors from the organization.
It marked the second straight season that Krzeczowski had been named to the all-region team.
Th goalkeeper has enjoyed a solid season in the net for the SEC champions. She led the conference and ranked eighth in the nation with a 0.41 goals against average. She had only allowed three goals during SEC play, and her 14 shutouts are one shy of the program’s single-season individual record.
The Gamecocks season ended on Friday with a 2-0 loss to top-ranked Stanford in the College Cup in Orlando.
South Carolina finished its historic season with a 19-3-1 record.
Friday marked Carolina's third meeting all-time with Stanford. All three matches have come in the NCAA Tournament, with the Cardinal winning each contest.
In addition to the United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region honors, Krzeczowski wasnamed to the women’s soccer CoSIDA Academic District 4 Team, the organization announced last month. She will now be placed on the ballot for the All-American team by the organization.
This past season, she ranked second in the conference in save percentage (.820).
Krzeczowski, who is third in program history with 23 shutouts, collected All-SEC honors for the second-straight year this season.
A visual communications major and 2016-2017 SEC Academic Honor Roll selection sports a cumulative 3.47 grade-point average.