Lindsey Wilson women's soccer finished the 2011 season with a 19-1-2 record.
COLUMBIA, Ky. -- The Lindsey Wilson College women's soccer team produced another incredible year in 2011 -- including an unbeaten regular season and claiming a pair of Mid-South Conference championships.
The 2011 women's soccer season is No. 11 on the Lindsey Wilson College athletics' Top-22 of 2011-12.
Lindsey Wilson finished the regular season with a 14-0-2 record. During the season, the Blue Raiders bookend 14 straight wins with a pair ties to enter the postseason without a blemish on the record.
After capturing the MSC regular season and tournament titles, the Blue Raiders ultimately fell 2-1 in the NAIA Tournament's quarterfinals to Concordia University to end their dream season.
Lindsey Wilson ended the season 19-1-2 and No. 3 in the NAIA postseason coaches' Top-25.
More about No. 11…
- Lindsey Wilson held the No. 1 ranking in the NAIA coaches' poll for seven consecutive weeks.
- The Blue Raiders were the only team to finish the regular season in 2011 without a loss.
- The Blue Raiders were the top-seed in the NAIA National Tournament.
- Lindsey Wilson defeated Roberts Wesleyan (N.Y.) 6-1 and Oklahoma City 2-1 to reach the national quarterfinals.
- The 14 straight wins is the fourth longest streak in the program's history.
- The Blue Raiders outscored their opponents 84-11 during the 2011 season, including recording 13 shutouts.
- Lindsey Wilson was never shut out during the season.
- The Blue Raiders were 5-1-2 against ranked foes in 2011.
- With their 7-0 MSC regular season record, the Blue Raiders improved to 50-0-1 all-time under coach Drew Burwash against conference foes during the regular season.
- Lindsey Wilson won its 12th straight MSC regular season title and 11th straight MSC Tournament title in 2011.
- Three Blue Raiders -- Ida Gregersen, Patricia Nielsen and Mia Persson -- earned NAIA First-Team All-American honors for their play during the season.
- Persson was named MSC Player of the Year while Laerke Lillelund Michaelsen was selected MSC Freshman of the Year.
- Coach Drew Burwash was voted by his peers as the MSC Coach of the Year.
- With its No. 3 ranking in the postseason poll, Lindsey Wilson owns the longest current active streak in the poll at 136 weeks.
- The Blue Raiders also own the most No. 1 rankings with 41.