CLEMSON, S.C- Sophomore goalkeeper Kailen Sheridan has been named to the NSCAA All-Southeast Region First Team as announced by the association earlier this week. Sheridan started 18 games in goal for the Tigers and recorded a 0.56 goals-against average in 2014, allowing only 10 goals while recording 40 saves.
Sheridan’s excellent play in goal helped propel the Tigers to the seventh-best goals-against average in the country, while individually she ranked 11th in the category among all of the nation’s goalkeepers.
The two-time All-ACC selection was one of only two sophomores selected to the region first team, a team comprised of all ACC players except for Furman’s Stephanie DeVita.
Earlier this year, Sheridan was named First Team All-ACC and was named to the College Sports Madness All-ACC Second Team. As a freshman in 2013, she was named to the All-ACC Third Team and the ACC All-Freshman Team, as well as Soccer America’s All-Freshman Second Team. She also earned All-America honors from the National Strength & Conditioning Association for 2013-14.
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