United Soccer Coaches ReleaseFRISCO, Texas – The Southland Conference earned nine total selections to the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division I Women’s All-South Region Teams, the organization announced Wednesday. D Laurene Tresfield Sr. Oklahoma State University Paris, France K Kelsey Daugherty Jr. UAB Kennesaw, Ga. Kelso Peskin, the Southland Newcomer of the Year, earned second team distinction for Lamar. Amelia Fullmer, M.J. Eckart and Lucy Ashworth all earned third team selections to round out the Cardinals’ selections. M Ellee Hall Sr. Houston Baptist University Unitah, Utah M Asta Arnadottir Sr. Florida Atlantic University Kopagavur, Iceland M Aline De Lima Sr. Baylor University Belo Horizonte, Brazil First Team Pos. Player Class School Hometown K Katie Lund So. TCU Plano, Texas D Louise Stephens So. Rice University Houston, Texas Rounding out the conference’s selections is Houston Baptist midfielder Ellee Hall, who was named to the all-region third team. M Anna Beffer Sr. Oklahoma State University Tulsa, Okla. F Peyton DePreist Fr. Middle Tennessee State University Franklin, Tenn. D Jaclyn Stroud Sr. Old Dominion University Raleigh, N.C. D Atu Mshana So. University of Texas Garland, Texas M Hanna Barker Sr. Stephen F. Austin State University Farmers Branch, Texas F Kassi Hormuth Sr. Texas State University Cedar Park, Texas F Haley Woodard Jr. Oklahoma State University Norman, Okla. M Julie James Jr. Baylor University Fairview, Texas D Kennedy Rose Sr. Stephen F. Austin State University Tyler, Texas Pos. Player Class School Hometown M Carla Portillo Sr. West Virginia University Mississauga, Ont. The 2017 Southland Regular Season and Tournament champion Lamar led the way with four selections while McNeese and Stephen F. Austin both earned a pair of picks. Houston Baptist earned a lone spot on the third team. M Karitas Tomasdottir Jr. TCU Hella, Iceland D Gabi D’Alesandro Sr. McNeese State University Flower Mound, Texas F Annie Walker Jr. Rice University Grand Blanc, Mich. Second Team K Jennifer Wandt Fr. Baylor University Brookfield, Wis. F Martha Thomas Sr. Charlotte Weston, Fla. K Maya Hoyer So. Rice University Los Gatos, Calif. M Amy Brewer Sr. UAB Fayetteville, Ga. M Katie Glenn Jr. University of Texas Round Rock, Texas F Nia Stallings Sr. Rice University San Antonio, Texas F Daniella Famili Sr. Coastal Carolina University Stockholm, Sweden D Nyomi Devine Sr. Murray State University Beaudesert, Australia 2017 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division I Women’s All-South Region Teams M Samantha Chaiken Sr. Rice University Dallas, Texas K Kari Naerdemann Jr. Tennessee Tech University Herene, Germany F Yazmeen Ryan Fr. TCU Norman, Okla. F Harriet Withers Sr. Murray State University Murwillumbah, Australia M Haley Berg Sr. University of Texas Celina, Texas D Ebba Blomqvist Jr. Florida Atlantic University Skovde, Sweden F Kelso Peskin Jr. Lamar University Cape Town, South Africa M M.J. Eckart Sr. Lamar University Flower Mound, Texas D Ryan Williams Sr. TCU Centennial, Colo. F Rio Hardy Sr. University of South Alabama Workington, England M Nomvula Kgoale Sr. Louisiana Tech University Polokwane, South Africa Pos. Player Class School Hometown D Amelia Fullmer Jr. Lamar University Pleasant Grove, Utah D Amandine Pierre-Louis Sr. West Virginia University Quebec City, Que. D Chandler Cooney Sr. Texas State University Houston, Texas F Iris Achterhof Jr. Old Dominion University Groningen, Netherlands F Lucy Ashworth Fr. Lamar University Wigan, England F Savannah LaRicci Sr. McNeese State University Sugar Land, Texas D Precious Akanyirige Sr. Baylor University Pleasanton, Texas F Cyera Hintzen So. University of Texas McKinney, Texas D Hannah Godfrey Jr. University of South Alabama Thornton, England M Rachel Grout Sr. Texas State University Dallas, Texas The league’s Player of the Year, McNeese senior Savannah LaRicci, was voted to the second team while defender Gabi D’Alesandro was tabbed to the third team for the Cowgirls. F Michaela Abam Sr. West Virginia University Sugar Land, Texas Third Team F Megan Greene So. Charlotte Fuquay-Varina, N.C D Bianca St Georges Jr. West Virginia University St. Felix De Valois, Que. K Rylee Foster So. West Virginia University Cambridge, Ont. Two-time Southland Midfielder of the Year Hanna Barker of Stephen F. Austin is the league’s lone first team selection. Fellow senior Ladyjack Kennedy Rose earned a spot on the second team as a defender. F Grace Hagan Jr. University of Kansas Wichita, Kan.
Widespread broadband is to be installed across the majority of Donegal as early as April, Eircom has revealed.The red parts of the map indicate the areas of Donegal which will get eFibre broadband between April and June while the green areas already have it.The country’s biggest telephone provider has revealed on its website that more than thirty telephone exchanges locally can expect to have eFibre broadband available between April/June.This will include a heavy concentration of telephone exchanges in South, West and North Donegal and in the Inishowen area. Parts of Letterkenny, Inishowen and Donegal Town are already eFibre enabled. Some parts of Donegal cannot get regular broadband yet and many other exchanges have low output.Some of the county’s exchanges have an ASDL2 system enabling current speeds of up to 24mb, whereas the exchanges that came on stream in the early broadband days have the older ASDL1 system with maximum download speeds of 8mb.The introduction of eFibre will see these speeds increase to a maximum 100mb download depending on proximity to an exchange or eFibre cabinet.Eircom’s latest interactive map shows a work schedule where the 34 Donegal exchanges can expect eFibre work to be completed between April and June of this year. Although unconfirmed, the map seems to indicate that Tory island will come under the eFibre broadband from Falcarragh.Meanwhile, Arranmore Island does not seem to be included in the upgrade according to the map, but bizarrely a check on Eircom’s website indicates that areas in Aphort and Leabgarrow on the island are eFibre enabled despite the island having no broadband availability.The community of Arranmore has been campaigning for better internet access for some years now. The island’s telephone system is connected to an exchange on the mainland that cannot accommodate broadband.In November last a London based islander said his plans to move his technology company to the island cannot happen because of the unavailability of broadband. DONEGAL TO GET WIDESPREAD eFIBRE BROADBAND AS EARLY AS APRIL was last modified: January 2nd, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AprildonegaleFibreEircomInishowenletterkenny