Three Deacons Make NSCAA All-Region Team
Katie Stengel earned All-Southeast Region first team honors for the third time

Dec. 7, 2012

By Alex Botoman, Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@SIDeacons)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Wake Forest's Aubrey Bledsoe, Katie Stengel and Jackie Logue were selected to the NSCAA All-Southeast Region Team, giving the Demon Deacons three All-Region honorees for the fourth consecutive season.

Bledsoe, a junior goalkeeper, and Stengel, a junior forward, were selected to the All-Southeast Region first team, and Logue, a senior defender, was honored on the third team.

All three players are multiple All-Region honorees. Stengel made the first team in 2010 and 2011, Bledsoe was honored on the first team in 2011 and Logue was selected to the third team in 2010. Bledsoe and Stengel were also both named to the 2012 NSCAA All-America team.

After missing the first eight games of the season while playing as a member of the FIFA Under-20 World Cup-winning U.S. team, Stengel returned to play in 15 games, leading the Demon Deacons with nine goals and 22 points. She moved into first place on the Wake Forest all-time scoring charts, amassing 44 goals and 105 points in her three years as a Deacon.

Bledsoe started every game in net for the Demon Deacons, keeping eight shutouts and a 0.85 goals against average. The Cincinnati, Ohio native took over first place in Wake Forest history this season with 25 career shutouts. She also became the first Demon Deacon women's soccer player to earn Capital One Academic All-America honors.

In her third year as captain of the Demon Deacons, Logue appeared in 22 games as a defender, scoring one goal and recording two assists, as well as helping the Deacons keep nine shutouts. She will leave Wake Forest as the program's all-time appearance leader with 89 career starts and 94 games played.



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