— The Frostburg State’s women’s soccer team had two players and its scoring offense and defense place among the national leaders in this week’s NCAA Division III national statistics released Wednesday.
Senior forward Karen Kotofski (Glen Burnie, Md./Northeast) is currently ranked nationally in three categories. She is 12th in the country with 2.94 points per game, 19th with 1.13 goals per game and 23rd with 0.69 assists per game. On the season, Kotofski has scored 18 goals and added 11 assists for a total of 47 points.
Sophomore forward Danielle Carter (Rockville, Md./Rockville) currently ranks 10th in the country with a 1.19 goals-per-game average and is 16th with 2.75 points per game. She has a team-leading 19 goals in 16 games this season.
The Bobcats (12-2-2) are ranked fourth in the country in scoring offense with an average of 4.38 goals per game. On the defensive side, they are currently 20th with an 0.547 goals against average. The FSU defense has allowed only nine goals in 16 games.
Frostburg State is also back in the NSCAA/Adidas regional rankings this week, sitting at No. 10 in the Great Lakes region. The Bobcats were ranked ninth in the October 5 poll but dropped out after a 1-0 loss to Pitt-Greensburg. Frostburg State has since won six straight by a combined scored of 26-1.
Frostburg State returns to action Thursday when it hosts Pitt-Greensburg in an Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Tournament semifinal contest at Greenway Avenue Stadium at noon.
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Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532-2303