Murphy Named Women's Soccer MVP
Dec. 13, 2010
Murphy, a native of Melbourne Beach, Fla. started all 19 games for the Falcons and led the team with five assists and ranked second with 11 points and third with three goals. Her five assists were the most by a Falcon since Beth Boyer had six in 2001. Murphy earned All-Mountain West Conference honors for the third-consecutive season.
Sophomore forward Stephanie Patterson earned team Offensive MVP honors. A native of Versailles, Ky., Patterson led the Falcons in scoring for the second-consecutive season, with five goals and 14 points. Her 14 points scored are the most by a Falcon since Beth Boyer notched 24 points in 2001.
Sophomore defender Kim Koeppen earned Defensive MVP honors. A native of Eagle, Idaho, Koeppen helped spearhead a backfield that held opponents to a 0.91 goals allowed average, the lowest in the program's Div. I history and second-lowest mark ever. The team also posted seven shutouts, which is also a new Div. I era record and third fewest in school history.