Courtesy: ISU Athletics
Musselman, Troyer Earn MVC Scholar-Athlete Awards
Courtesy:ISU Athletics
Release:11/12/2012
Danny Pfrank
GoSycamores.com
 

ST. LOUIS - Junior Shelby Troyer and sophomore Aubrie Musselman both earned selection to the Missouri Valley Conference's Scholar-Athlete Team today (Nov. 12), an award voted on by the Sports Information Directors from around the league.

Troyer and Musselman both earned selection to the First Team All-MVC Scholar-Athlete team, the fifth-straight season the two members of the women's soccer team have been voted to the first team.


Musselman, a sophomore forward from Buffalo, Wyoming, tied for third on the team with three goals this season, totaling seven points on the year while also adding an assist. Musselman ranked second on the roster with 31 shots and 17 shots on goal, playing in all 21 games with 17 starts. The ISU sophomore was very active for the Sycamores during their run to the championship match of the conference tournament, leading the team with 13 shots and seven shots on goal during ISU's three matches in the postseason. In the classroom, Musselman carries a 3.94 GPA while majoring in Psychology.


Troyer, a junior midfielder from Elida, Ohio, was an Honorable Mention All-MVC selection for the second straight season, tying for the team lead with nine points on three goals and three assists. Two of Troyer's three goals this season were game-winners, including one against Creighton on Oct. 5, the first victory for the Sycamores over the Bluejays in program history. The ISU junior started 20 games during the season and ranked fifth on the team with 1,650 minutes played. In the classroom, Troyer carries a 3.96 GPA while majoring in Exercise Science.


The Indiana State women's soccer team finished the season with an 8-10-3 record, finishing as the runner-up in the conference tournament for just the second time in program history. During their run to the title game of the tournament, the Sycamores pulled off upsets of fourth-seeded Northern Iowa (4-3 in PKs) and top-seeded Evansville (2-1).

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