BOULDER - University of Colorado soccer players Amy
Barczuk and Madison Krauser have been named to All-Pac-12 Conference Teams by a
vote of league coaches, Commissioner Larry Scott announced Tuesday.
Amy Barczuk rounds out a stellar career with All-Pac-12 Second Team honors. The 2012 captain scored four goals and contributed an assist in her senior campaign. Barczuk scored her first game-winner against Southern California to lead the Buffaloes to their first double overtime victory and first conference win of the season.
Barczuk, a Centennial, Colo. native, broke into the CU record books while receiving numerous honors. She is one of just four Buffs (joining Fran and Laura Munnelly and Melissa Cartmell) to have played in all of her team's games spanning a four-year career. She holds down the ninth and 12th spots in the CU record books with 76 games started of 78 games played. She also ranks sixth in minutes. With 124 shots attempted in her career, she holds down the 11th all-time spot for CU.
Barczuk was the first player named to an all-Pac-12 team, becoming an honorable mention selection in the Buffs' inaugural season in the conference. She was also named to the All-Big 12 Conference Second Team and Newcomer Team in 2009.
Madison Krauser is the first Buff to be selected for the Pac-12 Conference Freshman Team. The newcomer from Irvine, Calif. was the only CU freshman to start every game this season. Krauser was the second-leading shooter, taking 35 shots, while netting two goals and adding two assists. She scored her first career goal in the Buffs' 2-2 double overtime tie against Northwestern, and hit her first game-winner in a 2-0 victory over Wyoming.