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1994 Women’s Soccer Team

1994 Women’s Soccer Team

Athletics Hall of Fame – February 28, 2015

Led by head coach Tim Griggs, the 1994 women’s soccer team compiled a 15-1-1 record. The Cobras finished No. 4 in the NAIA final rankings, and were ranked in the NAIA top 20 every week of the regular season.

They won the Carolinas Conference regular-season championship for the second consecutive season, recording a 6-0 record in league play. During the season Coker had a 14-match winning streak, outscored opponents 61-12, posted 11 shutouts and won both the St. Andrews Presbyterian College Tournament and the Tennessee Wesleyan College Tournament.

Five Cobras were named all-conference players: Crystal McCamis, Jamie Condon, Liz Gray, Kristi McHale and Stephanie Sorrells. Gray, McCamis, Condon and McHale were NAIA Mid-South All-Region selections. In addition, McCamis was named an All-American and the conference player of the year. Griggs was the conference’s coach of the year.

Included on the team were Coker Hall of Famers McCamis and Gray.

Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2005, McCamis holds Coker’s career records for points (137) and assists (35). She is also second in career goals with 51 and second in single-season goals with 15. McCamis was a two-time All-American in 1993 and 1994 and earned Coker Athlete of the Year honors in 1994.

Gray was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2006. She set and tied the single season record of 11 shutouts in a season in ’93 and ’94. She set the career record for shutouts with 33 and the career record for saves with 639. Gray also holds the record for season and career goals-against average, with a .61 goals-against average in 1993 and a 1.03 average for her career.

Members of the ’94 team include the following:

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