Elizabethtown graduate and Asbury University junior Carley Pyles won the Women’s Player of the Year at the annual Eagles Awards.

The Eagle Award was established in 1992 and introduced as a way of annually recognizing the individual, organization, company or group who has shown continuing and visible support for the athletic department. It is given with careful consideration to those who are dedicated to the development of character and excellence in young men and women through athletics.

A starting goalkeeper, Pyles recorded 73 saves and allowed only 26 goals in the season. During penalty kicks, Carley made the save in the RSC Championship to send the women’s soccer team to the NAIA National Tournament by winning the RSC title.

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