DENVER, Colo.: Ranger women's soccer was honored with two Daktronics All-South Central Regional First Team selections and one Second Team selection.
Regis finished with a RMAC regular season championship under their belt after going 13-6-2 overall and 10-2-2 in the RMAC conference. The Rangers placed six to All-RMAC Teams while head coach JB Belzer was named RMAC Coach of the Year for the second consecutive season. Regis also made it to the NCAA Tournament for the fifth consecutive season.
Davis netted nine goals while assisting on seven others for 25 points on the season. The midfielder scored three game-winning goals and maintained a .415 shot on goal percentage after putting 27 of her 65 shots on goal. A native of Golden, Colo., Davis finished her career at Regis with an All-RMAC First Team selection as well as being named to the All-Tournament team.
Cahill has been named RMACs Defender of the Year for two consecutive seasons. In 2012, the defender from Boise, Idaho started in all 21 matches for the Rangers, helping them to a 1.80 goals against average. She was also an All-RMAC First Team selection as well as being named to the RMAC All-Tournament Team.
Freshman Sade Akindele was given Daktronics All-South Central Region Second Team honors after leading the Rangers with 14 goals, 34 points and a .651 shot on goal percentage after putting 28 of her 43 shots on goal. She was named to the All-RMAC First Team and All-Tournament Team, while also being given Freshman of the Year accolades.