Nine SEC soccer athletes named Academic All-America
Nine Southeastern Conference standouts on the pitch and in the classroom highlight the 2022 Academic All- America women's soccer teams selected by the College Sports Communicators.
Four were named to the first team -
Maddy Anderson (Mississippi State), Gessica Skorka (Alabama), Felicia Knox (Alabama), and Riley Mattingly Parker (Alabama) - while five earned third team honors - Jyllissa Harris (South Carolina), Madison Haugen (Georgia), Reyna Reyes (Alabama), Anna Haddock (Auburn), and Kat Rogers (Alabama).
Knox, the 2022 SEC Midfielder of the Year and a United Soccer Coaches Third Team All-American, was named the Academic All-America Team Member of the Year for NCAA Division I.
|GK||Maddi Anderson||Mississippi State University||Jr.||4.0||Psychology|
|D||Gessica Skorka||University of Alabama||Jr.||4.0||Kinesiology|
|M||Felicia Knox||University of Alabama||Jr.||3.95||Hospitality Management|
|F||Riley Mattingly Parker||University of Alabama||Gr.||3.79/4.00||Public relations (UG) / Marketing (G)|
|D||Jyllissa Harris||University of South Carolina||Gr.||3.97/4.00||Early Childhood Education|
|D||Madison Haugen||University of Georgia||Jr.||3.94||Finance & Risk Management & Insurance|
|D||Reyna Reyes||University of Alabama||Sr.||3.57||Business|
|M||Anna Haddock||Auburn University||Sr.||4.00||Management|
|M||Kat Rogers||University of Alabama||Gr.||4.00/4.00||Business (UG) /Restaurant, Hotel & Meetings Mgmt. (G)|
Academic All-America® Team Member of the Year:
Felicia Knox, University of Alabama