Julianne Sitch Earns All-Conference USA Honors
CHICAGO – DePaul freshman midfielder Julianne Sitch was honored by the Conference USA coaches by being named the All-Conference USA second team and the league’s All-Freshman team. Sitch helped the Blue Demons to their program-first 10-win season.
In 19 matches this season, the Oswego, Ill., native set the programs single-season scoring record with 21 points on eight goals and five assists. The freshman recorded at least a goal or an assist in eight of the 19 games while leading C-USA with 83 shots. Twice she recorded a season-high four points with a pair of goals against Tulane and a goal and an two assists at Northern Illinois.
As a team, the Blue Demons set new school records in wins (10), goals (29), shutouts (7) and goals against average (1.20).
2002 All-Conference USA Second Team
F: Katie Adams, Southern Miss
F: Amy Simonson, Cincinnati
MF: Nikki Hawkins, Houston
MF: Jennie Leeder, Charlotte
MF: Anne Loder, Marquette
MF: Julianne Sitch, DePaul
D: Ashley Fortenberry, Houston
D: Penny Perrott, East Carolina
D: Alison Sinclair, Houston
GK: Leslie Schoeplein, Southern Miss
GK: Katarina Wicksell, Memphis
Courtnry Crandell, F, Charlotte
Julianne Stich, MF, DePaul
Meghan McCallion, F, East Carolina
Kelly Golden, F/MF, Houston
Sarah Core, D, Louisville
Julie Thompson, F/MF, Marquette
Nicky McLeod, MF, Memphis
Christie Cigno, MF, Saint Louis
Katie Reed, MF/F, South Florida
Micah Stephens, D, Southern Miss
Kristin Weegar, Gk, Tulane
Click here for the complete list of Conference USA honorees.