Camargo, Perriello Selected NJCAA Region 8 Co-MVPs
By Mark DeCotis, Eastern Florida State Sports Information // November 11, 2014
COACH JEFF CARR IS REGION 8 COACH OF THE YEAR FOR FOUTH CONSECUTIVE TIME
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida women’s soccer players Abbie Camargo and Jamie Perriello are the NJCAA Region 8 Co-Most Valuable Players for the 2014 season.
Also, Eastern Florida head coach Jeff Carr is the Region 8 Coach of the Year for the fourth straight time. In addition, Eastern Florida placed four players on the Region 8 first team and four on the second team.
Camargo, a freshman midfielder from Ocala, Florida and Trinity Catholic High, scored 10 goals and recorded a school-record 15 assists this season.
Perriello, a sophomore midfielder from Boca Raton, Florida and Boca Raton Community High, won the MVP award in 2013. She finished this season with a team-high 11 goals and added three assists.
The first-team selections are: Eastern Florida: Defender Samantha Solis; midfielder Bri Camargo; goalkeeper Asmara Holmes; midfielder Kaila Henson. Polk State College: Hannah Davis; Sarah McKinney; Kellee Brown; Christina Gutierrez. Broward College: Caitlin Crespo; Tori Williams; Guiselle Melendez.
The second team is: Eastern Florida: Defender Mariah Lewis; forward Kassidee Davis; forward Helen Ramsey; goalkeeper Denise Rodriguez. Polk: Kelsey Lewis; Jada Humphries; Kara Quintanilla; Alexis Arroyo. Broward: Ashley Green; Shinell McCalla.
Eastern Florida, 12-1, defeated Polk and Broward three times each to win its fourth straight Region 8 championship. EFSC also won the NJCAA District H title to advance to the national tournament for the third straight season.