Panthers Receive More Awards, Five Players Named to NSCAA All-Region Teams

Photo by Marc Miller
Photo by Marc Miller


KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Ohio Dominican women's soccer team received more individual awards as five players were named to NSCAA All-Region teams.

Freshman Ashley Blake (Hilliard, OH) took home the only first team selection for the Panthers. Second team members include junior Lauren Pratt (West Chester, OH) and sophomore Kethryn Mattingly (Beavercreek, OH). ODU also received two third team selections including senior Jordan Mazzi (Sunbury, OH) and sophomore Amanda Fodor (Hilliard, OH).

Blake: The forward led the Panthers in all three scoring categories. Blake recorded 10 goals and five assists for a total of 25 points. All three totals rank inside the top 10 for an individual in a season at ODU. Her 10 goals were also fifth most by a newcomer. Blake was also named GLIAC Freshman of the Year, First Team All-GLIAC, and the GLIAC All-Tournament team.

Pratt: With her junior season in the books, Pratt has now recorded 20 career goals, including five this season. She has at least five goals in each of her first three seasons. She also recorded two assists this season for a total of 12 points. Pratt was named to the Second Team All-GLIAC, Daktronics Second Team All-Region, First Team CoSIDA Academic All-Region, and the GLIAC All-Tournament team. She ranks inside the top 10 all-time at ODU in goals (20), assists (11), and points (51).

Mattingly: The sophomore defender started in 20 of the 21 matches this season, after starting in 16 of 17 contests in her freshman season. Mattingly helped lead the Panther defense to recording a shutout in almost half of the matches this season with nine. The Panther defense gave up just 18 goals on the season. She also helped out on the offensive end scoring once on the only penalty kick of the season, and adding two assists. She has been named to the Second Team Daktronics All-Region, First Team All-GLIAC, and the GLIAC All-Tournament team.

Mazzi: The senior ended her career playing the most games all-time in ODU history at 76. Mazzi scored five goals and a career high three assists this season. She ranks inside the top ten in goals (20) and points (44). Mazzi was named to the Second Team Daktronics All-Region and First Team All-GLIAC. She was also named the GLIAC Offensive Player of the Week after her game winning goal at nationally ranked Grand Valley State.

Fodor: Another stable in the Panther defense, Fodor started in all 21 games this season and has now started in 34 of 37 games played at ODU. Fodor helped lead a Panther defense which had a goals against average of 0.83. The defense allowed just 80 of 176 total shots to reach the goalkeepers. Fodor added two goals and three assists this season. She was named to the Daktronics Second Team Midwest Region and First Team All-GLIAC.

Contact: Tyler Jester

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