Heidi Gundy was named to the College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-America third team after her work in the classroom and on the field this season.
Gundy is the first women's soccer player to be honored with the All-America nod since Katie Zagar in 1998.
Gundy has earned a perfect 4.0 in her four years as a Blue Jay and is an exercise science major. She is also a member of the prestigious Skulls of Seven on campus.
This season, Gundy recorded her best offensive season as a Blue Jay. She added nine goals and five assists for 23 points, including her first career hat trick earlier this season. She led the team in shot percentage, recording her nine goals on just 15 shots, including 11 on goal. She was named to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first team at the conclusion of the SLIAC Tournament.
Westminster women's soccer fell in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament against WashU to close out their season.
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