NSCAA Recognizes Women's Soccer Program
NSCAA All-Great Lakes
CHICAGO – Three members of the DePaul women's soccer team were rewarded for their efforts on and off the field recently by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. DePaul seniors Julianne Sitch, Erin Walter and Amy Witt earned accolades from the NSCAA. Sitch was named to the All-Great Lakes Region second team while Witt and Walter earned second and third team Scholar All-Central Region honors.
Sitch finished her DePaul career as the program's all-time leader in points, goals and assists. As DePaul's only All-American, she totaled 90 points on 32 goals and 26 assists. While picking up first team All-BIG EAST honors in 2005, she led the Blue Demon with 13 points with three goals and seven assists. Sitch was a four-time All-Great Lakes Region honoree as she was named to the first team in 2003, second team in 2004 and third team as a freshman in 2002.
Witt follows her second team ESPN The Magazine District V Academic All-District honor with a second team NSCAA Scholar All-Central Region award. She finished her senior season fourth on the team with five points on two goals and an assist. In her four-year career, she started 76 of 78 matches and totaled 10 career points on four goals and two assists. She is a Psychology major at DePaul with a 3.86 cumulative GPA.
Walter is making her second appearance on a NSCAA Scholar squad as she was a first team honoree in 2004. The program's only ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American as a third teamer, she holds a 3.91 GPA in Accounting/Finance at DePaul. She picked up third team Scholar All-Central Region honors after totaling a goal and an assist in 15 games in 2005. In her career, she started all 72 matches and finished with 30 points on nine goals and 12 assists.