Dec. 5, 2012
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IOWA CITY, Iowa — Sophomore forward Cloe Lacasse has been named to the NCAA All-Great Lakes Region second team, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced. The Sudbury, Ontario, native has led Iowa on offense each of the past two seasons.
“I’m excited for Cloe to be recognized by other coaches in this region,” said head coach Ron Rainey. “I feel these individual awards are a great reflection of the team’s progress, and Cloe has been a nice part of that. I am excited for Cloe and the team.”
Lacasse helped lead the Iowa women’s soccer team to the second most wins in program history this season, as Iowa qualified for the Big Ten Tournament and finished with a 12-6-3 record. She started all but one match at forward and led the team in points (33), goals (13), assists (7), shots (73), shots on goal (39) and game-winning goals (5). She ranked fifth in the Big Ten in total points.
Lacasse’s season outputs were among the best in program history, as her point and goal totals each ranked second most in school history. Through just two seasons, Lacasse ranks third in career points (63) and tied for third in career goals (25).