Levinski Selected LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana
Sunday, November 28, 2004



HAMMOND, La. – Senior Midfielder Mindi Levinski earned her second consecutive first-team Louisiana Sports Writers Association Soccer Team honor, capping off a record setting career with the Ladies.

 

Her six assists in 2004 vaulted her to first in the all-time Centenary assists leaderboard with 27.  In the Mid-Continent Conference, Levinski was tied for sixth in points (19), tied for seventh in goals scored (6), and finished fourth in assists (6).  She was a perfect 2-2 on penalty kicks, and a perfect 5-5 in her career.  Levinski scored the quickest goal in Centenary history, scoring 22 seconds into the Ladies match against Western Illinois.  She was named Mid-Con Co-Offensive Player of the Week for October 11.

 

Levinski also earned first-team All-Mid-Con honors for the second consecutive year as she led the Ladies in assists for the third year in a row.  She was selected first-team All-Louisiana in 2003, and first-team All-Independent in 2002.

 

Junior goalkeeper Lindsey Stafford joined Levinski in LSWA accolades, earning Honorable Mention All-Louisiana honors.  She collected a school single-season record 118 saves, ranking her first in the Mid-Con.  Tied for second in the conference with six shutouts, Stafford compiled a 1.02 goals against average.  She had five double-digit save matches, including a Mid-Con best 13 against Southern Miss, and was responsible for 13 of the Ladies 14 wins.

 

Stafford was named first-team All-Mid-Con this season and was selected Defensive Player of the Week three times for August 30, October 4, and October 25.