PROVO, Utah - BYU senior Lindsi Lisonbee Cutshall and freshman Michele Murphy have been honored by Soccer America for their outstanding 2012 seasons.
Cutshall has been named to the Soccer America MVPs First Team and is just the second women's soccer player from BYU to receive an MVPs honor from Soccer America. In 2003 and 2001 current assistant coach Aleisha Cramer Rose also received the MVPs award.
Cutshall anchored a BYU defense that allowed just 13 goals all season while holding its opponents to an average of just 8.5 shot per game. Ringwood finished the season with a team-leading nine goals, three assists and 87 shots.
Murphy was named to the Soccer America All-Freshman Second Team. In her first season wearing Cougar blue Murphy was a large part of BYU's offensive success, finishing the year with eight goals, 7 assists and 45 shots.