Women’s MAC Hermann Trophy Semifinalists announced for Fall 2021
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – United Soccer Coaches and the Missouri Athletic Club (MAC) have announced the 15 women’s semifinalists for the 2021 MAC Hermann Trophy, based on voting by NCAA Division I women’s soccer coaches.
The MAC Hermann Trophy is the most coveted individual honor in NCAA Division I soccer and has been awarded annually since 1967. Most recently, Jaelin Howell (Florida State) and Gloire Amanda (Oregon State) received the award for outstanding intercollegiate performances last year.
Highlights from this year’s semifinalists list include last year’s winner Howell and her fellow Seminole Emily Madril. Rutgers also has two semifinalists this year: senior defender Gabby Provenzano and senior midfielder Frankie Tagliaferri. Making the list for the third straight year is senior midfielder Mikayla Colohan (Brigham Young) and making her second semifinalist list is Naomi Girma (Stanford).
Three women’s finalists will be named for the award on Wednesday, Dec. 8 in conjunction with the Women’s College Cup in Santa Clara, Calif. The 2021 MAC Hermann Trophy banquet will be held at the historic Missouri Athletic Club in St. Louis on Jan. 7, 2022 to formally announce this year’s winners.
The men’s semifinalists will be announced on Tuesday, Dec. 7 with finalist scheduled for Dec. 15. For more information about the history of the MAC Hermann Trophy, visit MACHermannTrophy.org.
2021 Women’s MAC Hermann Trophy Semifinalists
|Croix Bethune||Jr.||M||Southern California||Alpharetta, Ga.|
|Messiah Bright||Sr.||F||TCU||Dallas, Texas|
|Mikayla Colohan||Sr.||M||Brigham Young||Kaysville, Utah|
|Michelle Cooper||Fr.||F||Duke||Clarkston, Mich.|
|Naomi Girma||Sr.||D||Stanford||San Jose, Calif.|
|Parker Goins||Sr.||M||Arkansas||Broken Arrow, Okla.|
|Jaelin Howell||Sr.||M||Florida State||Lone Tree, Colo.|
|Emily Madril||Sr.||D||Florida State||Navarre, Fla.|
|Alia Martin||Sr.||D||Michigan||Carmel, Ind.|
|Diana Ordoñez||Jr.||F||Virginia||Prosper, Texas|
|Ashley Orkus||Sr.||K||Mississippi||Vestavia Hills, Ala.|
|Gabby Provenzano||Sr.||D||Rutgers||Sergeantsville, N.J.|
|Frankie Tagliaferri||Sr.||M||Rutgers||Colts Neck, N.J.|
|Miri Taylor||Sr.||F||Hofstra||Gillingham, England|
|Kelsey Turnbow||Sr.||F||Santa Clara||Scottsdale, Ariz.|
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