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Westminster soccer: four Griffins honored by RMAC, Kellogg on first team

The Westminster women’s soccer team had four players recognized by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference on Tuesday as the league announced its 2016 award winners and all-conference teams. McKell Kellogg was named First Team All-Conference at defender, while Madison Roemer made the second team as a forward.

The RMAC also announced that Heidi Lorschider and Jacqueline Williams were selected as honorable mention all-conference.

Kellogg, a sophomore from Sandy, Utah, earned her first all-conference award after playing a crucial part of a Westminster defense that allowed just 0.82 goals per game this season. Kellogg started all 17 games and was third on the team with 1,503 minutes played. She recorded three assists on the year and took 11 shots with nine on goal.

Kellogg becomes the second Griffin to be named first team all-conference by the RMAC.

Roemer was named to the second team for a second-straight season. The senior from Salt Lake City led the RMAC in goals, points, shots and game-winning goals. She scored 13 goals this season – tied for second-most in team history – and recorded six assists to finish with 32 points. Roemer set a school record with six game-winning goals, while taking 71 shots and putting 37 on goal.

Lorschider, a senior from Centerville, Utah, finished the season with six goals and 13 points to rank second on the team in each category. This is her first postseason conference award.

Williams, a junior from Sandy, Utah, had one goal and one assist on the year. She played in 16 games off the Griffin bench and took 16 shots with five on goal. She also earned her first post season conference award.

Westminster finished the 2016 season at 10-4-3 overall and 6-3-3 in RMAC play. The Griffins also finished fifth in the conference standings with 21 points.