Courtesy of LA Tech Athletic Communications
Louisiana Tech’s Kyra Taylor, Josie Studer, and Lauren Egbuloniu all earned Conference USA postseason awards, the league announced on Tuesday.
Freshman Kyra Taylor earned C-USA Freshman of the Year and was named to the All-Freshman team, after recording nine goals on the season. For the second year in a row, Louisiana Tech had a freshman who earned both of these awards and forward Flavie Dube was the recipient of both awards. The freshman forward would also be named to the All-Conference First Team, as well. Taylor’s nine goals on the season were tied for first place in Conference USA.
Graduate Student Josie Studer earned All-Conference First Team honors. This would be Studer’s fourth time in her collegiate career, in which she has received an All-Conference Honor. The defender earned back-to-back All-Conference Second Team honors in 2022 and 2021. In addition, it would be Studer’s first time being selected to the All-Conference First Team. The Waxhaw native has scored one goal and earned two assists on the year.
Forward Lauren Egbuloniu was named to the All-Conference Third Team. Egbuloniu earned her first All-Conference honor, after scoring a career-high seven goals and earning three assists on the year.