Pope and Noseworthy named AUS all-stars

Oct. 31, 2013 (MONCTON, N.B.) - Atlantic University Sport announced the 2013 women's soccer all-stars and major award winners as selected by the conference's 10 head coaches on Thursday night. Two Memorial Sea-Hawks rookies were recognized for their play this season. Rookie striker Jane Pope was named a first team all-star while teammate Jessie Noseworthy was named second team conference all-star. 


Jane PopePope, a striker from St. John's, finished the season tied for fourth in the league with five goals. Three of her goals were game-winners, which put her second in the AUS in that category. Pope played in all 13 regular season games for Memorial and has shown a versatility and talent that suggest a very successful university career lies ahead. 


Jessie NoseworthyNoseworthy, also a stirker from St. John's, was a standout on the field for head coach Walt Mavin in her first university season. The rookie had three goals in her first season. She demonstrated a strong ability in the air and played with an aggressive style that presented difficulty for defenders to contend with. 


Third-year Cape Breton Capers striker Karolyne Blain was named the AUS most valuable player at Thursday night’s awards banquet, hosted in Moncton by Mount Allison University.


Other AUS major award winners announced were Acadia’s Emily Nickerson of Coldbrook, N.S., who was named the rookie of the year; Acadia’s Alana Fairfax of Somerset, N.S, who received the student-athlete community service award; and Cape Breton Capers head coach Stephen ‘Ness’ Timmons, who was selected as the coach of the year.




First Team AUS All-Stars

  • Striker – Kinsella Noseworthy-Smith, Acadia (2nd year, Wolfville, N.S.)
  • Striker – Brianna Ford, UNB (3rd year, Halifax, N.S.)
  • Striker – Jane Pope, Memorial (1st year, St. John’s, N.L.)
  • Striker – Karolyne Blain, Cape Breton (3rd year, Copper Cliff, Ont.)
  • Midfielder – Victoria Parkinson, Dalhousie (2nd year, Halifax, N.S.)
  • Midfielder – Joanna Blodgett, Dalhousie (5th year, Ottawa, Ont.)
  • Midfielder – Robbyn McNeill, Cape Breton (5th year, Kentville, N.S.)
  • Defender – Robyn Novorolsky, Cape Breton (1st year, Richmond Hill, Ont.)
  • Defender – Emily Nickerson, Acadia (1st year, Coldbrook, N.S.)
  • Defender – Kristy McGregor-Bales, Dalhousie (3rd year, Ottawa, Ont.)
  • Keeper – Tiffany O’Donnell, Cape Breton (4th year, Cole Harbour, N.S.)



Second Team AUS All-Stars

  • Striker - Donya Salomon-Ali, Moncton (2nd year, LaSalle, Que.)
  • Striker – Jessie Noseworthy, Memorial (1st year, St. John’s, N.L.)
  • Striker – Meghan Earle, Acadia (1st year, Mount Pearl, N.L.)
  • Striker – Maria Scichilone, UPEI (4th year, Rothesay, N.B.)
  • Midfielder – Katie Ross, Acadia (1st year, Bedford, N.S.)
  • Midfielder – Alix Bruch, StFX (4th year, Calgary, Alta.)
  • Midfielder – Sarah Stanley, UPEI (4th year, Charlottetown, P.E.I.)
  • Defender – Jenna Blackburn, Acadia (3rd year, Brookside, N.S.)
  • Defender – Allison Bell-Davies, Cape Breton (5th year, Pickering, Ont.)
  • Defender – Haley Gates, UNB (2nd year, Bridgewater, N.S.)
  • Keeper – Caroline Wood, Acadia (4th year, Coldbrook, N.S.)



The 2013 Subway Atlantic University Sport women's soccer championship will be hosted by Mount Allison University at Rocky Stone Field in Moncton, N.B, November 1-3, 2013.



The championship schedule is as follows:


Friday, Nov. 1

Quarter-final #1: UPEI (4th) vs. Memorial (5th), 11 a.m.

Quarter-final #2: Acadia (3rd) vs. Mount Allison (6th), 2 p.m.


Saturday, Nov. 2

Semifinal #1: Cape Breton (1st) vs. Lowest Remaining Seed, 11 a.m.

Semifinal #2: Dalhousie (2nd) vs. Highest Remaining Seed, 2 p.m.


Sunday, Nov. 3

Championship Game: Semifinal Winners, 2 p.m.

*Note: All games of the championship will be available via webcast, live at www.AUStv.ca


Final AUS women’s soccer standings: http://atlanticuniversitysport.com/sports/wsoc/2013-14/standings


The Atlantic University Sport conference receives one berth at the 2013 CIS women’s soccer championship, hosted by the University of Toronto, November 7-10, 2013.


The AUS champion will be the lone team to qualify for this year’s national championship.


For more information on the 2013 CIS women’s soccer championship, please visit the official website at: http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships/wsoc/index 




Courtesy Atlantic University Sport