TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY
2004-2005 Season Review
Overall Results: 3-14-2 TranSouth: 2-2
TranSouth Tournament: Defeated in First Round by Cumberland University 4-0
NAIA Scholar-Athlete: Lauren Collins, Kelsey Shockey, Rebeca Tuchez
All-TranSouth: First Team: Loni Osegueda Second Team: Rebeca Tuchez, Kelsey Shockey, Lauren Collins, Heather Martin
TranSouth Scholar-Athlete: Lauren Collins, Kelsey Shockey, Rebeca Tuchez, Nicole Hart
TranSouth Player of the Week: Alma Lara, Kelsey Shockey
After serving as the team's assistant coach for the past two years, Trevecca's Mark Champion took over the Trevecca Women's Soccer Head Coaching position for the 2004 season. With only three seniors on the team, the Lady Trojans welcomed eight newcomers including seven freshmen to mark a young but enthusiastic Trevecca women's soccer squad.
To begin the season, the Lady Trojans were forced to play eight of their first nine games on the road. In mid-September, the Trevecca women's soccer team claimed the program's first ever Tournament Championship with a tie and a win at the Oakland City University Tournament. On day one of the tournament, Trevecca fought to a 2-2 tie with Spalding University. In the tournament's final day, the Lady Trojans shut out Asbury College 3-0 for the victory and the Tournament Championship.
As the team entered TranSouth Conference regular season play, Trevecca defeated conference opponent Freed-Hardeman University on the road 3-2. The Lady Trojans would get one more conference win, a 2-1 victory at Lyon College, before heading into postseason play.
In the TranSouth Conference Tournament, Trevecca took an early exit with a 4-0 loss to Cumberland University. The loss completed Trevecca's season with a 3-15-2 overall record.
The Trevecca women's soccer team earned several postseason awards. Sophomore Loni Osegueda was named to the All-TranSouth First Team while seniors Rebeca Tuchez and Lauren Collins, junior Kelsey Shockey, and sophomore Heather Martin were all named to the All-TranSouth Second Team. Collins, Shockey, Tuchez, and Nicole Hart were named TranSouth Scholar-Athletes. Collins, Shockey, and Tuchez were named NAIA Scholar-Athletes.
With only three graduating seniors and 14 players available to return next year, the future looks bright as the Lady Trojans and Coach Mark Champion continue to build a successful women's soccer program.