TACOMA, Washington – Grayson Williams-Krebs '17 has been nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year, the NCAA announced Tuesday.
The Puget Sound women's soccer standout student-athlete is one of 84 soccer players across all three NCAA divisions to be nominated for the award. Williams-Krebs is also one of 197 Division-III student-athletes to earn a nomination. In all, a record-setting 543 student-athletes were nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year.
Williams-Krebs garnered a handful of awards following her senior season with the Loggers. She was named to the 2016 All-Northwest Conference First Team, National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-West Region First Team, and the NSCAA Scholar All-West Region Team.
The Lake Oswego, Oregon, native led the 2016 Loggers with 20 points, eight goals, and four-game winning goals.
Off the pitch, Williams-Krebs graduated with a 3.88 GPA while earning a B.A. in business administration.
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