November 14, 2012

Five Drovers named All-Conference



Taylor FainA fourth strong season out of Fain earns her a fourth All-Conference honor and third All-Conference First Team honor. She previously had been named First Team in 2010 and 2011 and Second Team as a freshman.

Fain had four goals, five assists and two game-winners this season.

Fain comes in second to teammate Cooper in the USAO record books for career assists with 35. She has scored 28 goals for the Drovers, including six game-winners in her career.

Fain graduated from USAO in April but returned and re-enrolled this semester to finish her athletic eligibility with the Drovers.

She is a speech pathology graduate from Edmond and the daughter of Tim and Erica Fain.

Jordyn Yates

Also finishing her fourth season with the Drovers, Yates was named All-Conference Second Team.

Yates has played in nearly every game for the Drovers in her four years. Mostly playing defense, she had one assist this season.

In her career, she’s had three goals and six assists.

This is the first time Yates has earned All-Conference honors.

She is an elementary education senior from Midlothian, Texas. She is the daughter of Max and Liz Yates.

Ryah VyseVyse is USAO’s only newcomer to be named All-Conference this season. The defender from Hertfordshire, England, came in and immediately saw starts in every game of the season.

Dangerous with the headers, she has scored five goals this season, which actually puts her third on the team in most goals. Additionally, she had two assists.

She was the team’s starting center back and helped hold the line to keep goals away from the keeper’s hands.

She is a physical education and psychology freshman and the daughter of Mark and Sharon Vyse.

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