Both Haley Krentz and McKenzie Sauerwein were named to the SEC's All-Tournament Team on Sunday.
A pair of Missouri women's soccer teammates were named to the 2012 Southeastern Conference All-Tournament Team on Sunday according to the team's official site, as senior Haley Krentz and sophomore McKenzie Sauerwein were both honored for their strong play.
Krentz, a senior forward from Naperville, Illinois, chipped in one goal and one assist on Oct. 31 to help lead the Tigers past Kentucky in the quarterfinals of the conference tournament. She is currently fourth all-time in Missouri's single-season record book with 10 assists through 21 games on the year, and is the only player in the conference with a double-digit assist total at the moment.
A starter for each of her team's two SEC Tournament victories, the redshirt sophomore Sauerwein tallied a season-high nine saves against the Wildcats and currently owns a stellar 1.09 goals-against average on the season. She has also been in net for every last second of Missouri's 2012 campaign, and sports an excellent 14-7 record with six shutouts to her credit.
Sauerwein and Krentz were two of the 11 players selected for the 2012 All-Tournament Team. Four of the women, including the tournament's MVP in Erika Tymrak, all hail from Florida, while three others are from the Auburn Tigers.