HUNTINGTON, Ind. - The Crossroads League announced its post-season awards for the 2013 women's soccer season and among the list of honorees were Huntington University seniors Sam Cubic and Jessica Krause.
These two four-year starters have indisputably taken the program to the next level during their stint in green and white. They have enjoyed 38 wins to date, more than one-third of the program’s wins in its 17-year existence.
This is Cubic’s second All-Conference honor. The Fort Wayne product (Carroll HS) earned this same honor as a midfielder in 2010. Her ability to control the middle of the park has proven invaluable to Coach Tillett’s squad as they continue their quest for a conference championship. Cubic has 13 career goals to go along with eight assists.
For the past several years, Krause (Black Forester Academy) has established herself as one of the scrappiest defenders in the conference. She anchors the Foresters’ backline and has been a key factor to her team’s success. To date, the Kandern (Germany) native has scored five career goals and assisted another.
The 5th-seeded Foresters (6-12) advance to the semifinals of the Crossroads League tournament Saturday at 7:00 p.m. to face top-seeded Spring Arbor University.