ATHENS, Ohio - The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association's All-Ohio and Academic All-Ohio has released their list of student-athletes for the 2016 season today (Dec.20). Ohio senior Alexis Milesky (Plain City, Ohio) has been named First-Team Academic All-Ohio and junior Hannah Jaggers (Taylorsville, Ky.) has been named Second-Team Academic All-Ohio. Freshman Alivia Milesky (Plain City, Ohio) has been named Second-Team All-Ohio.
This was the first time since 2010 that the Bobcats have had a member named All-Ohio.
TopDrawerSoccer.com has also named Alivia Milesky to the list of top-20 Mid-American Conference players in the postseason rankings.
Alexis Milesky, an Integrated Sciences major, sports a 3.736 GPA. She concluded her senior season as a Bobcat, finishing the season with three goals, one assist and seven total points on the season. Alexis Milesky registered 11 shots on goal for a .611 shots on goal percentage. Alexis Milesky played in 17 games for Ohio and started 16 of them and played an average of 78.4 minutes a game. Alexis Milesky also registered one game-winning goal on the season. In conference play, Alexis Milesky scored one goal and registered two points. Alexis Milesky's biggest game of the season came on Sept. 2 against Cleveland State when she scored two goals against in Ohio's 5-0 thumping of the Vikings.
Jaggers, an Early Childhood Education major, sports a 3.887 GPA and has proved to be an offensive spark off the bench for the Bobcats during most of the season. Overall on the season, Jaggers registered 26 total shots, with nine of them on goal in 13 games played. Jaggers started five games and recorded one goal and one assist for a total of three points during the season. In conference play, Jaggers led the team in shots with 26 and registered her one goal. On Oct. 16 at CMU, Jaggers registered the game-tying goal with 24 seconds left to send the game into overtime. Jaggers also registered a .346 shots on goal percentage while playing 40.8 minutes a game.
Alivia Milesky recorded 23 total shots, with 11 of them on goal in 18 games played. Alivia Milesky ended the season with four goals scored for the Bobcats and added three assists, for a total of 11 points on the season. In conference play, Alivia Milesky totaled 18 shots and scored all four of her goals and one assist. On Oct. 20, Alivia Milesky scored two goals on two shots to lead the `Cats to a 3-1 victory, snapping Ball State's 10-game win streak.