Jarrell All-American, Four Named All-Region


Postseason awards continue to roll in for the Columbus State University women’s soccer team as Olivia Jarrell was named a United Soccer Coaches All-American and four Lady Cougars drew All-Southeast Region honors.

Jarrell, Tehgan Anguilm, Riley Clark and Cassandra Wade were each named to the United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region team.

Jarrell becomes the fifth player in program history to garner multiple All-American selections after doing so last year as well. The junior broke Columbus State’s single-season points record this year, tallying 18 goals and 10 assists for 46 points. Jarrell ended her junior campaign just one goal and four points shy of CSU’s all-time career mark.

Anguilm is an All-Region selection for the first time after recording three goals and 10 assists. The 10 helpers were tied for the Peach Belt Conference lead and 11th in all of Division II. Anguilm also helped anchor a Columbus State defense that pitched eight shutouts on the season.

Clark had a breakout season in her second year with the Lady Cougars, finishing second on the team with 16 goals and adding three assists. The sophomore averaged one goal per match she played in this season, which was eighth-best in the country. Clark tallied five multi-goal matches, including the only hat trick for the Lady Cougars this season against Georgia Southwestern on Oct. 7.

Wade earned her second All-Region selection to wrap up her four-year career with the Lady Cougars. The senior scored 11 goals with four assists in her final season. Wade ends her career sixth in the Columbus State record book with 37 goals and 88 points.

The Lady Cougars wrapped up their season at 16-4-0 with a share of the PBC regular season title and a runner-up finish in the Southeast Region.

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