Austin Meyer (Boca/ MCHS): The redshirt senior was named Pac-12 player on Monday. Meyer's scored the game-winning goal to help Stanford knock off No. 15 California 3-2 in double overtime. Meyer’s goal sealed the first Cardinal Pac-12 title since 2001. This season Meyer's has two goals and five assists. Stanford earned a bid to compete in the 2014 NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament as a No. 6 seed and will host the winner of UNLV and UC Irvine at Stanford on Nov. 23, where the Cardinal has yet to lose this season.
Karli Nestler (Aftershocks/SRHS): Cal State Stanislaus Senior Defender earned her second consecutive Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District award. The three-time All-CCAA Academic Team recipient and CSU Stanislaus Presidential scholar-athlete honoree has led the Warriors defense to nine shutouts in 2014. The No. 4 seeded Warriors upended No. 1 Western Washington, 1-0, in the second round last Saturday after defeating No. 5 Seattle Pacific, 2-1, in double overtime Thursday night to win that half of the West bracket. They will now face No. 3 seeded Cal Poly Pomona this Friday to determine the 2014 West Region Championship. This Season Nestler has six assists and is a part of the most successful class with 57 wins and 32 shutouts. Nestler earned first first team selection after being named to second team in 2013 and was an honorable mention in 2012.
James Moberg (SRU/ MCHS): Junior defender is tied for the team lead with six assists, which is tied for third in the Pac-12. Washington men's soccer was awarded the No. 14 seeded in the NCAA Tournament and will receive a bye to the second round. The Dawgs will host the winner of the first round matchup between Furman and UAB on Sunday, Nov. 23
Margi Osmundson (SRU /Casa Grande HS) : A junior at Sonoma State University scored four goals and handed out a team-high six assists for 14 points from the midfield position. It is Osmundson's second-career All-CCAA Honorable Mention award; she also earned the honor as a freshman in 2012.