SAN BRUNO, Calif. - Emma Tyrnauer represents Loyola Marymount on the 2017 West Coast Conference Women's Soccer First Team. The Lions have four total honors, Shelby Cormier and Charlee Pruitt being named to the All-WCC Honorable Mention team, and Skylar Robledo receiving WCC All-Freshman Team recognition.
— LMULions (@LMULions) November 7, 2017
Tyrnauer played and started in 18 games as a midfielder this season. The junior totaled three assists on the year and helped control the middle of the field with her touch and ability to move the ball and attack, becoming the program's 15th all-time first team selection.
As a starter in all 19 games for the Lions, Cormier was a key fixture to LMU's defense. In her junior season, the Lions allowed just 1.05 goals per game to opponents. Cormier added a goal and assist from the back line.
Receiving her third-straight WCC recognition, Pruitt finished as the only player in the conference to finish in the top-two in goals against average (1.07), save percentage (.821), saves per game (5.12), and shutouts (6).
LMU closed out the season with three straight conference wins, and only one goal allowed, a penalty kick versus Gonzaga, over the final four games of the year.
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