Western signs two second-team Class 3A all-State picks
Feb. 22, 2007
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Two second-team Class 3A all-State selections - forward Emily Frankland and defender Lyndsey Proctor - have signed National Letters of Intent to play women's soccer at Western Washington University next fall. Making that announcement was Viking head coach Travis Connell.
Proctor, a senior at Enumclaw High School, was a first-team King County Journal All-Area pick and a South Puget Sound League all-star for the third straight year. She helped the Hornets post seven shutouts in reaching the Bi-District playoffs, the school's post-season appearance in 30 years.
Frankland, a senior from Skyline High School in Sammamish, was a first-team Eastside-Journal all-Area choice and a Kingco Conference all-star for the third consecutive season. She led the Spartans with 11 goals and eight assists, second among league scorers, helping the Spartans to a 14-5-2 record and third place at state.
Earlier this month, Western signed Molly Shannon, a senior forward at Bellingham High School. She scored 29 goals and had 11 assists last fall, leading the Red Raiders to a 16-5 record, the Northwest League championship and the quarterfinals of the Class 2A state playoffs. She was a first-team all-state pick, being named Bellingham Herald Whatcom County Player of the Year and Northwest League Player of the Year.
The Vikings graduated just two seniors from a 14-5-1 squad that advanced to the NCAA Division II Tournament for the first time in program history. Western posted a 7-2-1 league record to finish second in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
Emily Frankland, Forward, Freshman, 18, 12/4/88, Sammamish, WA
HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Class 3A all-State selection as senior at Skyline High School ... First-team Eastside-Journal all-Area and all-Kingco Conference choice ... Led Spartans in scoring and was second in league with 11 goals and eight assists, helping team to 14-5-2 record and third place at state tournament ... Team captain ... Second -team all-league as junior at Class 4A level on squad that won league title and reached state quarterfinals ... Second-team all-league as sophomore ... Started and lettered four years ... Also lettered four years in track ... As junior was member of 4x100 relay that placed fourth at state and 4x400 relay that finished eighth.
PERSONAL: Plans to major in business.
Lyndsey Proctor, Defender, Freshman, 18, 8/11/89, Enumclaw, WA
HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Class 3A all-State selection as senior at Enumclaw High School ... First-team King County Journal all-Area and all-South Puget Sound League choice ... Helped Hornets to 9-5-3 record (seven shutouts) and Bi-District tournament, the school's first post-season appearance in 30 years ... Team captain ... Second-team 4A all-league pick as junior and first-team as sophomore ... Four times named squad's Defensive MVP ... Started and lettered four years.
PERSONAL: Plans to major in business administration.
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