BOULDER – Seniors Anne Stuller and Lizzy Herzl of the University of Colorado soccer team have once again been named to the College Sports Madness All-Pac-12 Conference Second Team. The website’s staff selected college soccer’s top players based on their significant contributions during the 2013 season.
The duo also received second-team honors from the site for their impressive junior campaigns.
Stuller, a forward from Boulder, has had her best season with the Buffaloes in what has already been an impressive four-year career. In her final season, Stuller has set single season records for shots (86) and shots on goal (50). With 36 shots on goal last season, Stuller is the only Buff to rank in the top six of that category twice. With 23 points, off eight goals and seven assists, this season, she is just six shy of her total from her first three seasons combined. Her points and goal totals as a senior also rank in the top three on the CU single season list. She holds the all-time top spot for points, assists and shots by a senior at CU and is tied for second in goals by a senior.
Herzl, a defender from Littleton, Colo., has also had an impressive senior season. Herzl has started all 20 games this season, and played a team-high 1,845 minutes. As part of the Buffs’ strong defense, she has helped the squad to its second consecutive eight shutout season, including a record-breaking five to start the 2013 campaign. Herzl earned a spot on the Omni Hotels Colorado Women’s Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team earlier this season when she helped the Buffs to a 4-0 win over Stony Brook and a 3-1 victory over UNLV. Herzl has also taken 10 shots this season, with five on target.