KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Berry College men's and women's soccer teams placed a total of four student-athletes on the 2018 United Soccer Coaches Division III Scholar All-South Region Teams, the organization announced last week.
From the women's team, seniors Megan Radosta and Samantha Schoppy earned recognition. Caleb Ford and Carson Oakes received honors for the men's team.
To be eligible for recognition, student-athletes must have reached junior status and post at least a 3.30 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) throughout his or her career. Honorees must have also competed in at least half of their team's games and earn All-Conference recognition.
Radosta, a senior defender from Sandy Springs, Ga., earned her second-straight All-SAA nod and first spot on the All-Conference first team. She passed one assist this season, helping the Vikings to a 9-4-4 overall record for the 2018 season. That mark is Berry's best overall record since 2015 and the Vikings' 4-1-2 finish in SAA play is the best since the 2014 season. She has a 3.79 GPA in education, earning first-team Scholar All-Region honors.
Schoppy, a senior midfielder from Canton, Ga., earned her fourth straight All-SAA honor also scoring four goals this season. She boasts a 3.58 GPA in accounting, earning second-team recognition.
Ford, a senior midfielder from Black Mountain, N.C., earned his fourth All-SAA selection and second consecutive first team honor earlier this season. Ford competed in 12 games prior to injury, earning 11 starts. He was also selected to the Google Cloud Academic All-District team with a 3.88 GPA in exercise science. He earned second-team Scholar All-Region honors.
Oakes, a senior goalkeeper from Odessa, Fla., was selected to the All-SAA honorable mention squad for the second straight season. He posted career-bests in goal in several categories, including wins, saves and save percentage. He earned second-team recognition with a 3.36 GPA in marketing & management.