The Shawnee State women's soccer team had five players earn postseason recognition at the Mid-South banquet Wednesday morning at the University of Rio Grande.
Senior Kelley Bowles was the only Bear to earn first team status. Bowles, a midfielder, led the Bears with season record 13 assists as well as in points 27 points.
Sophomore Brittney Brooks earned Honorable Mention All-MSC status. Brooks, a midfielder, led the Bears with 11 goals on the season and with three game winning goals.
Junior Marie-Elana Kennedy earned Honorable Mention All-MSC recognition as did sophomore Stephanie Rhoads and junior Kat Westendorf. The women's team finished the season 9-7.
The men's soccer team had two players earn recognition.
Junior Cody Bond was named Honorable Mention All-MSC. Bond, a defender, scored two goals for the Bears on the season.
Junior Luke Purpero also earned Honorable Mention. Purpero, a forward, led the Bears in goals with 10 and points with 24 on the season. He was also second on the team with four assists.
The Bears finished the year 8-10.