TERRE HAUTE, IND. -- Two
members of the Rose-Hulman women's soccer team captured ESPN
Academic All-District honors in results released today by the
College Sports Information Directors of America.
Junior Julie Brennan (Indianapolis/ Pike)
and senior Ame Turner (Evansville/North)
(pictured) were chosen to the third-team academic
Brennan started all 19 matches at goalkeeper this season
for the Engineers with 96 saves and a 2.55 goals against average
including two shutouts. She ranks second in school history
with 24 victories as a goalkeeper and is third in school history
with six shutouts.
In the classroom, the mechanical engineering major has a
4.00 grade point average and has been named Outstanding German
Student and a Heminway Scholar.
Turner earned three varsity letters as a Fightin' Engineer
defender, including all-conference recognition for a league title
team in 2007. She appeared in 18 matches this season for a
defensive unit that allowed just 2.50 goals per match.
In the classroom, the biomedical engineering major has a
3.77 grade point average and is a member of the Biomedical
Engineering Society along with the Alpha Lambda Delta honorary
Rose-Hulman finished 7-12 overall this season and 4-5 in
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference play to claim sixth-place