second Panther in program history to earn All-American recognition
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Florida Tech senior forward Marem Ndiongue earned First Team All-American honors from the United Soccer Coaches as announced by the organization on Friday.
Ndiongue becomes just the second Panther in program history to earn All-American recognition.
This is the second All-American honor for Ndiongue after she earned First Team All-American recognition by D2 CCA on December 6. Ndiongue continues to pile up the accolades after her historic senior season.
The Catania, Italy native leads the nation in points per game (2.74), is third in goals per game (1.05), and fifth in assists per game (0.65). She is also second in the country in total points (52) and goals (20) and is tied for seventh in assists (12).
The senior has also earned her way into the Panther record books. Ndiongue set single-season program records in points, goals, and assists. She is also second all-time in career points (83), third in career goals (31), and tops the leaderboard in career assists (21).
The Panthers concluded the season with the program’s second-ever Final Four appearance in the NCAA Tournament and finished with a 17-3-3 overall record and an 8-1-1 record in the SSC.
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