Guilford College women’s soccer news


* **GREENSBORO, N.C. -* Guilford College junior *Bri Eilman (Omaha,
Neb./Westside (Nebraska-Lincoln))* earned Second Team All-Old Dominion
Athletic Conference (ODAC) honors for the second straight season Tuesday.
All-conference nominations and selections are made by the league’s head

*Eilman*, a midfielder,* *played in 16 games of the Quakers’ 19
games, starting in 15. She ranked second on the team in scoring with 12
points on four goals and four assists. With 0.25 assists per match,
*Eilman*ranked 10
th among the ODAC leaders. She scored twice in Guilford’s 9-0 victory over
Peace College Sept. 5 and had a career-best three assists in the Quakers’
Sept. 10 win over Bluefield College. Through two seasons, she has 11 goals,
eight assists and 30 points in 33 Guilford contests.

Coach *Eric Lewis’* Quakers ended the season with a 6-11-2
record, 3-6-2 in the ODAC. Guilford reached the ODAC Tournament for
the 20thstraight season, but was eliminated in the quarterfinal round
by eventual
tournament champion Lynchburg College. *Lewis* expects 21 letter winners to
return in 2011, including *Eilman*.

Dave Walters
Guilford College Athletics