College Sports Madness Names Beck Kiting To All-MAAC Second Team
HAMDEN, Conn.– Senior captain Beck Kiting (Canberra, Australia) was named to College Sports Madness All-MAAC Second Team, announced on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013 by the association's committee.Kiting played and started in all 16 games for Quinnipiac this season and was a part of a Bobcats backline that had a 1.11 goals against average this season and six clean sheets on the season.
College Sports Madness selects the top women's soccer players from every conference across the nation. The top players in each conference are selected to two All-Conference teams and deserve significant recognition.
In her career, Kiting played in 63 games and started 61 games. She is the Quinnipiac active leader with eight goals and 19 career points. Kiting also was a part of a Bobcats backline that was responsible for 22 shutouts over the last four seasons.
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