Hein receives All-America honor

2013-12-12T16:45:00Z 2013-12-13T00:17:04Z Hein receives All-America honor The Billings Gazette
December 12, 2013 4:45 pm

Rocky Mountain College's Rachel Hein has received honorable mention recognition on the NAIA's All-America women's soccer teams, which were announced on Thursday.

The 5-foot-6 Hein was a sophomore defender for Rocky this fall. The former Billings West athlete was also a first-team all-Frontier Conference selection this season.

Joining Hein on the honorable mention list was Carroll College's Jamie Carter and Westminster College's Jessica Harris.

Senior midfielder Hannah Kimsey of Concordia University of Oregon was chosen as the NAIA player of the year.

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