KANSAS CITY, Kan. (Dec. 8, 2014) - ETSU junior midfielder Sarah Zadrazil (St. Gilgen, Austria) has been named to the NSCAA All-Southeast Region Second Team, becoming the fourth ETSU player in the past four years to garner All-Region honors.
Zadrazil recorded 20 assists and eight goals during the 2014 campaign, improving upon her own ETSU single-season assists record and helping the Bucs to a program-best 15 wins. Despite missing two games in September to join the Austria National Team in the UEFA Women's World Cup Qualifiers, Zadrazil finished the season as the nation's leader for assists (20), serving as a focal point of an ETSU offense that finished the year leading NCAA DI in goals per game (3.48), points per game (10.43), and assists per game (3.48).
After three seasons, the St. Gilgen, Austria, native has etched her name in the ETSU record book, ranking as the program's all-time leading assister (42). She also ranks second in career points (81) and sixth in career goals (20).
Zadrazil, the NCAA Division I active career leader for assists per game (0.77), is the first player in program history to earn NSCAA All-Region Second Team status. The Bucs' saw two players named to the All-Southeast Region Third Team in 2011 (Jenna Caudle and Genna Petersen) and one more in 2012 (Ramey Kerns).
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