Peter Yazvac, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations
BIRMINGHAM – The Gulf South Conference is proud to announce the GSC All-Decade Awards for women’s soccer. The awards factor in the years 2010-19 and were jointly selected by institutional personnel, coaches, and league administrators.
The complete list of honorees, along with a description of their accomplishments, can be found at the link at the top of the page.
North Alabama’s Chloe Roberts has been named the GSC Player of the Decade. Roberts was the 2011 Daktronics National Player of the Year, she ranks second in GSC history in career goals (93), and she was named an All-American each year of her career. She is a two-time GSC Player of the Year, winning the award as a freshman in 2009 and again in 2011. The four-time First Team All-GSC selection was also twice named the Most Outstanding Player of the GSC Championship (2011 and 2012).
Roberts was named UNK’s third all-time head women’s soccer coach in April 2017.
She came to UNK in August 2014 and served as the the program’s graduate assistant coach for two seasons. In the summer of 2016, she was elevated to assistant coach status and then moved to interim head coach in December. During her time in Nebraska, the Lopers have won 27 games, reached the 2015 MIAA Tournament and had 23 all-conference selections.