Carpenter, Logterman named NSCAA Scholar All-Americans
MISSION, Kan. -- Senior forward Kelsey Carpenter and junior defender Stephanie Logterman were named to the 2007 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar All-Americans University Division First Team.
Five Longhorns have made the NSCAA Scholar All-America team. Carpenter is the only Longhorn to make two first teams while Logterman is just the second Longhorn to earn a spot on the first team. Carpenter is a repeat selection, as she became the first Longhorn to earn first team accolades in 2006.
Kelly Wilson (2004) and Amy Burlingham (2005) were second-team selections. Kelly McDonald (2004) made the third team.
Carpenter shared the 2007 team-lead in points (25) and goals (10), and tied with three others for second in assists. She stood out in the Big 12 as one of the top performers, ranking in the top five in points and goals this year.
Carpenter, a native of Allen, Texas, also carried a 3.51 grade-point average in sport management and was named a first-team Academic All-America by ESPN The Magazine, Academic All-District Six and Academic All-Big 12 in 2007. The 2007 Lowe's Senior CLASS nominee also has a minor in communication sciences and disorders.
Austin native Logterman started 17 matches before her season ended with a knee injury in the second period of the Oklahoma State regular season loss. She ended the season tied for second in assists (five) with three other Horns. Logterman was an integral part of the defense that tied the school record with 10 shutouts and finished the 2007 season with a 0.87 goals-against average.
In the classroom, Logterman carries a 3.87 grade-point average in the Humanities/Plan II Honors program. Logterman was named to the Academic All-District Six and Academic All-Big 12 teams.