Corey Arno Named to All-Horizon League Second Team

Courtesy: Green Bay Athletics
Release: October 31, 2011
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Corey Arno was selected as a member of the All-Horizon League Second Team.

By: Ryan Hartwig (@RyanHartwig)

GREEN BAY, Wis. ( - Green Bay women's soccer senior Corey Arno (Winneconne, Wis.) has been named to the 2011 All-Horizon League Second Team, the conference office announced on Monday. It marks the second time the midfielder has received postseason honors, as she was also selected to the All-Newcomer Team as a freshman.

"I'm proud that Corey has been honored as one of the best defenders in the Horizon League," Phoenix head coach Trevor Warren said. "Corey played with injuries the entire season and didn't miss one minute while at the same time shutting down every forward she faced. She led on the field by example and has a heart as big as a lion's packed into her 5-foot-2 frame."

Arno started all 18 games for one of the league's toughest defenses - one that allowed just 16 goals in its first 17 contests. She took 11 shots on the season and scored the game-winner in Green Bay's 2-1 victory over Cleveland State on Alumni Weekend Sept. 25.

The senior started all 68 matches since setting foot on campus in 2008, playing more than 6,000 minutes in a Green Bay uniform. She finished her Phoenix career with 12 points (5 goals, 2 assists), while knocking in three game-winning goals.

2011 Horizon League Award Winners
First Team All-Horizon League

Name, School, Year, Position
Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee, Sr., F
Keara Thompson, Milwaukee, Sr., M
Alexandra Suschak, Detroit, Sr., D
Katie Griswold, Butler, Jr., F
Natalie Daniels, Cleveland State, Sr., M
Helen Steinhauser, Milwaukee, Jr., M
Brittany Persaud, Wright State, Sr., M
Bekah Bonny, Wright State, Sr., M
Abby McCollum, Detroit, So., F
Kaitlyn Quarrell, Detroit, So., F
Jamie Forbes, Milwaukee, Jr., GK

Second Team All-Horizon League
Rachel Hoaglin, Valparaiso, Jr., M
Mary Wandolowski, Milwaukee, Sr., D
Jessie Hubly, Loyola, Jr., M
Taylor Vidovic, Cleveland State, So., F
Amy Kauffung, Milwaukee, Fr., D
Elise Kotsakis, Butler, Fr., F
Corey Arno, Green Bay, Sr., M
Luisa Desario, Valparaiso, Jr., M
Casey Pedersen, Valparaiso, Sr., M
Mackenzie Gaillaspie, Milwaukee, Sr., M
Nora Abolins, Detroit, So., GK

All-Newcomer Team
Amy Kauffung, Milwaukee, D
Alyssa Riley, Detroit, M
Elise Kotsakis, Butler, F
Kelsey Draper, Valparaiso, M
Emily Scott, Milwaukee, F
Moriah Schwarz, Loyola, M
Jade Flory, Youngstown State, F
Allie Metzler, Wright State, D
Kelsey Holbert, Milwaukee, M
Shea Levi, Cleveland State, M
Valerie Gonyo, Loyola, D

Player of the Year: Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee
Offensive Player of the Year: Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee
Defensive Players of the Year: Alexandra Suschak, Detroit; Jamie Forbes, Milwaukee
Goalkeeper of the Year: Jamie Forbes, Milwaukee
Newcomer of the Year: Amy Kauffung, Milwaukee
Coach of the Year: Michael Moynihan, Milwaukee

*The 2011 Horizon League women's soccer awards were voted on by the league's head coaches.


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