Redbirds' up-and-down campaign ultimately culminates in another tournament title and NCAA Tournament appearance
ISU will represent the conference in the NCAA Tournament
Kristin Cooley, Anna Stinson, Rachel Bostick, Kyla Cross, Lauren Koehl and Alyse Williams earned recognition in addition to Tejada
ISU can finish second through fifth in the MVC, based on the results of the conference's three matches Thursday
Lauren Koehl scored the game's lone goal, while Aryn Newsom earned her first individual shutout since Sept. 16
2012: Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team selection...appeared in all 20 games, starting 13 times, while tallying two goals...scored first-career goal, a game-winner, against Missouri State (Oct. 21)...also fired a career-high three shots and two shots on goal against the Bears...found the back of the net in the MVC Tournament championship match win over Indiana State (Nov. 4)...started nine-straight games from Sept. 19-Nov. 2.
Prior to ISU: Four-year letterwinner at St. Charles North High School for head coach Ruth Vostal...leading scorer her senior season with 23 goals and 11 assists as her squad finished 2nd in the state...Team-MVP, Kane County Chronicle's Player of the Year...earned all-conference and all-area honors as a junior after scoring 19 goals while recording 11 assists and leading the North Stars to a regional title...tallied 12 goals and eight assists as a starter her sophomore season...team finished 3rd in the state.
Personal: Born September 10, 1993...daughter of Jeff and Kathleen Koehl...siblings are Meredith and Adam...plans to major in psychology.