Dec. 9, 2011
FULLERTON, CA -
Cal State Fullerton junior midfielder Stacey Fox was named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's All-West Region Third Team on Wednesday, part of a record-tying 11 players from the Big West Conference to be selected to the squad.
"This honor is a credit to her hard work and ability," Head Coach Demian Brown said. "After missing an entire season due to injury, we definitely look forward to what the future holds for her and the program."
Fox became the first Titan to be named to the team since defender Jenae Gibbens earned her second-straight third-team honor from the NSCAA in 2008 and only the 10th different Fullerton player to earn all-region honors from the organization since 1996.
The Simi Valley native finished tied for first on the team with five goals scored and tied for second with 10 points overall in 2011 as her performance helped her move into the top 10 on the school's all-time list in goals scored and left her just six points shy of the all-time top 10 in career points.
Fullerton finished 9-8-3 overall, including an NCAA record-tying 11 overtime matches during the regular season, and was one of three Big West schools to finish in the top 75 in the final NCAA RPI ranking, coming in at No. 74. The Titans were tied for fifth in the Big West with a 3-4-1 mark, finishing unbeaten in their last three league match-ups.