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Evelyne Viens Named USF Women’s Soccer First Ever All-American

The Third Team All-American is the first in program history.

Travis Pendergrass

Sophomore Evelyne Viens continued forming her legacy at USF when she was named the first All-American in school history on Thursday.

She was named by the United Soccer Coaches (formerly the NSCAA, the organization responsible for the NCAA soccer Top 25) a Third Team All-American. Viens led the team in goals during the 2017 season with 12. The 28 goals in her career is tied for fouth in USF history with Chelsea Klotz. She also tallied a team-high 9 assists on the season (13 in her career, good for sixth in USF history just one behind England international Demi Stokes)

Viens was also named to the All-Southeast Region First Team on Wednesday, joined by teammate Andrea Hauksdottir on the All-Southeast Second Team.

The only other AAC All-American was C. keeper Vera Varis, also named to the Third Team.