Soccer players earn league honors

Women's soccer players Olivia Everin, Tamae Douglas, and Aslin WestSenior Olivia Everin and sophomore Tamae Douglas have been named to the All-League Second Team and Ashlin West has earned a spot on the All-Freshman Team.

The Flames have garnered postseason recognition in each of their four seasons of competition. This year’s honors bring UIC’s total to eight All-League and six All-Freshman selections for the program.

Everin picks up her second career accolade after being placed on the Second Team as a sophomore. In her final season with the Flames, she consistently has helped generate the offense while appearing in all but two games. She leads the team in assists (4) and shots (37), and ranks second in shots on goal (13), while her shot total matches the program record for most in a single season.

Douglas is awarded with the first All-League selection of her career after being named to the All-Freshman Team last season. Having started every game, she leads the offense in goals (4) and had two of her tallies come against conference foes, including the game-winner against Detroit Mercy (Oct. 7). Her 35 shots rank second and her 16 shots on goal are a team best.

West was placed on the All-Freshman Team after appearing in all but three games this season. The midfielder has tabbed one goal and one assist, scoring in league play against Detroit Mercy and adding her helper on the game-winner versus SIUE (Sept. 3). She has tallied 11 shots, including five on goal.

After finishing the regular season with a 5-4-0 conference record, UIC moved on to the postseason for the first time in program history. The Flames fell to Wright State Oct. 30 in the Quarterfinals of the Horizon League Championship.