KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Three Birmingham-Southern women's soccer student-athletes were selected to the United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-South Region Team, the organization announced.
Junior forward Taylor Andrews (Watkinsville, Ga./Oconee County HS) was selected to the First Team while senior defender Kayla Auger (Greensboro, N.C./Northern Guilford HS) and junior midfielder Megan Moser (Mandeville, La./St. Scholastica Catholic HS) were picked for the Second Team.
Andrews, a psychology major, led the Panthers in nearly every offensive category in 2017, netting 14 goals, assisting on four others and scoring a conference-high five game-winning goals. She was the Southern Athletic Association Player of the Year and was also a USC All-South Atlantic Team selection.
Auger, an accounting major, was one of two Panther seniors. She appeared in all 19 matches and started in seven of them. She scored two goals, both against Talladega on Sept. 8, and was a key part of BSC's defensive back line throughout the year.
Moser, who is majoring in psychology, appeared in every match and started in all but two of them. She scored one goal and added two assists on the year. She was also a member of the SAA All-Tournament Team.
In order to be considered as a USC Scholar All-Region player, junior or senior student-athletes must maintain a GPA of 3.3 or higher and start 50 percent of their team's games.