November 30, 1998
HARRISONBURG, Va. – Three Cavaliers were named to the Mid-Atlantic Soccer teams for their efforts in the 1998 season. Junior All-American Angela Hucles (Virginia Beach, Va./Norfolk Academy) was named to the first team for the third consecutive year, while Katie Tracy (Richmond, Va./James River) and Lori Lindsey (Indianapolis, Ind./Pike) were both named for the first time.
Hucles was named a first-team Mid-Atlantic and All-ACC Conference selection for the third consecutive year. Hucles, the all-time leading scorer at Virginia, has now been named to the first-team All-Mid-Atlantic and All-Conference squad in each of her three years. The junior midfielder scored 2:40 into overtime against Wake Forest, giving the Cavaliers the ACC victory and establishing her as the all-time leading scorer at Virginia. Hucles’ 48th career goal, which is already a Cavalier record, coupled with her 13 career assists, gives her 109 career points, eclipsing the 102 tallied by former Cavalier All-American Andrea Rubio (1989-92).
Katie Tracy was a Soccer America Team of the Week selection twice in 1998, tallying Virginia’s lone goal against NCAA semifinalist Portland in the Cavaliers’ 1-1 tie and scoring the game-winner in the upset victory over Clemson. Tracy was named to the All-Tournament team in the Coca-Cola Classic at Virginia. Tracy is currently a member of the Cavalier basketball team, which is ranked in the top-20. She ranked second on the team in minutes played with 1912.
Lori Lindsey was named to the All-ACC third team and the All-Tournament team as a freshman in 1998. Lindsey ranked third on the team in scoring with 9 goals and 7 assists. Both totals ranked second on the team.