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Four Bears Earn All-America Honors

Four Bears Earn All-America Honors

Dallas College Brookhaven women's soccer was represented by four players on the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III All-America Teams.

Whitni Newbill and Kaley Robison earned First Team All-America honors, while Meah Perez and Gracie Murillo were Second Team selections for the three-time repeat national champion Bears.

A sophomore forward from Fort Worth, Texas, Newbill scored 13 goals, and had seven assists for 33 points. The Angelo State University signee had four gamewinning goals, and scored twice in the national tournament. She finished her Brookhaven career with 25 goals and 17 assists for 67 points.

Robison, a sophomore midfielder from Argyle, Texas, had eight goals and three assists for 19 points. She scored twice in the national tournament, netting her third gamewinning goal of the season in the national semifinal win over Mohawk Valley Community College. Robison, who is being recruited by the University of Texas at Dallas, which is transitioning to an NCAA Division II school, finished her two-year Bears career with 14 goals and 18 assists for 46 points.

Perez, a sophomore defender from Grand Prairie, Texas, had four goals and four assists for 16 points. She helped the Bears lock down 11 opponents in shutout victories, including a string of five in a row twice. Perez ended her career with eight goals and nine assists for 25 points.

Murillo, a freshman forward from Carrollton, Texas, scored six goals, and had 10 assists for 22 points. She had one gamewinning goal, and scored in the national semifinals. She scored twice, and had one assist for a season-best five points in a 12-0 victory over Dallas College Mountain View Oct. 10.

The Bears went 15-2-1, capturing their third straight national championship and fifth in program history.