Cisneroz (Menlo) named, NAIA All-American
Date of competition: Thursday, December 11, 2014
Menlo College senior standout Kayla Cisneroz was one of two players from the Cal Pac Conference honored as an NAIA All-American honorable mention selection.
Cisneroz becomes the first Menlo College women's soccer player to achieve All-American status since Natalie Ingram in 2012.
Cisneroz was a key component to the Oaks' success, which resulted in a Cal Pac championship and the programs' first ever trip to the NAIA National Championships.
A star defender, Cisneroz has been named a first team All-Conference selection in each of the last three seasons and was the conference Defensive Player of the Year in 2012. With Cisneroz anchoring the backline, the Menlo defense was statistically the third-best in the conference, allowing just 1.33 goals per contest.
Cisneroz is a standout on the softball field as well, claiming All-Conference honors as a sophomore.
Kalyn Goodenough of Arizona's Embry-Riddle was also honorable mention.
-- Menlo Athletics
posted by Rick on Dec 11, 2014 at 5:09 pm
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