Oct. 19, 2010
Video Highlight: Kevorkian's Bicycle Kick
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Graduate student Lisa Kevorkian has been nominated for America East Fans' Choice Player of the Year, the conference office announced on Tuesday afternoon. Kevorkian, the league leader in nearly every offensive category including points and goals, has established herself as one of the Boston University women's soccer teams most prolific scorers in recent history.
The Arcadia, Calif., native has already netted 12 goals and 28 points to lead the league and rank 12th nationally in total goals and 17th in total points, respectively. She is having the most productive single-season campaign in a decade since First Team All-American Deirdre Enos tallied 20 goals in 2000.
The Cal-Berkeley transfer has netted four game-winners and earned the America East Player of the Week honor on Sept. 27 after netting the game-winning goal vs. New Hampshire. Additionally, she had impressive goals against Stanford and most recently a spectacular bicycle kick against Binghamton.
Voting for the 2010 America East Women's Soccer Fans' Choice Player of the Year will go until 5 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 25. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, Oct. 26 via release at AmericaEast.com.