Racheal Quigley has been selected in the 2013 All-Midwest/Big Sky-South Conference Team, named by The Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) last week.
Because the winners from the Midwest and Big Sky-South Divisions met in the regional final for one spot in the Final Four, the All-Conference Teams include players from both divisions. The top teams were honored for their efforts with multiple selections to the 2013 All-Conference Teams and each of the region’s 14 teams are represented.
Catherine Fitzsimmons – Houston Aces (GK)
Dyanne Anderson – Houston Aces (D)
Rachel Avant – Des Moines Menace (D)
Aliesha Cassie – Kansas City Shock (D)
Gayla Foster – Fire & Ice SC (D)
Natalia Ariza – Houston South Select (D/M)
Mollie Kuramoto – Ohio Galaxies (D/M)
Jordan Bishop – Des Moines Menace (M)
Jessie Crabtree – Fire & Ice SC (M)
Teofila Chavez – Houston South Select (M)
Dria Hampton – OKC FC (M)
Rose Lavelle – Ohio Galaxies (M)
Anita Pedford – Fort Worth Panthers (M)
Ashley Dexter – Quad City Eagles (M/F)
Jackie Acevedo – Houston Aces (F)
Racheal Quigley – Kansas City Shock (F)
Rachel Tejada – Fire & Ice SC (F)
Kodee Williams – Madison 56ers (F)
April 28, 2013
The Blacks will farewell Rachael Quigley after the May 5 home match against Fulham United.
Quigley has signed with Kansas City Shock (original story below) and will play her last match for The Blacks this weekend, after a brilliant start to the 2013 Women’s Premier League campaign.
She has scored 12 goals in the opening five rounds, including a stunning five goal haul against Cumberland on Sunday.
The Blacks community are welcome to help farewell Rachael at The Hackney Hotel from 6pm on Sunday May 5, following the home fixture against Fulham.
Quigley to Shock the US
Racheal Quigley is charged and ready to shock North America after the electric striker signed for Kansas City in the Women’s Premier Soccer League.
The former Adelaide United gun, who also won the 2012 AAL Cup with the AUSC Blacks Premier Women, joins Kansas City Shock in their inaugral year in the WPSL, the largest women’s national competition in the world.