The Southeastern Conference announced its postseason soccer awards on Sunday, with senior CeCe Kizer, sophomore Channing Foster and freshman Haleigh Stackpole selected as All-SEC performers by the league’s coaches.
The trio has led Ole Miss to a 12-6-1 (6-3-1) record this season and a first-round bye in the SEC tournament as the No. 5 seed. Heading into the conference tournament, the Rebels are riding a three-game win streak, including a 1-0 shutout win over No. 7 Vanderbilt in the season finale.
The All-SEC team selections come on the heels of the conference naming Stackpole and fellow freshman Morgan McAshlan SEC Players of the Week, with Stackpole earning SEC Freshman of the Week and McAshlan garnering the Defensive Player of the Week.
Kizer earned a First Team All-SEC nod for the third time in her Rebel career. She is just the third player in program history to be named to the All-SEC First Team three times and the sixth in school history with at least three All-SEC selections overall.
Kizer, the SEC regular season leader in assists and goals scored, capped off her prolific career at Ole Miss by breaking the school’s all-time goals record earlier this season against Auburn. Her 13 goals and eight assists this season rank ninth and eighth, respectively, in Ole Miss single-season history.
Ole Miss’ second leading scorer, Foster, earned her second-straight All-SEC selection, making her only the third Rebel of all-time to receive All-SEC honors in each of her first two seasons. Foster’s eight goals on the year tied for sixth in the SEC, while her five goals in conference play were good for third overall.
Stackpole, the reigning SEC Freshman of the Week, made the All-SEC Freshman Team following her breakout 2018 campaign in which she scored five goals, four of which were game-winners. Stackpole’s addition to the All-SEC Freshman Team now gives Ole Miss a player on three of the last four All-Freshman teams.
With the regular season over, Ole Miss now heads to Orange Beach, Alabama, for the SEC Tournament. The Rebels are set to play Arkansas at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday on SEC Network.