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Stahmann Receives WBU Coaches Award for Defense
Wednesday, December 19, 2012 • Posted December 19, 2012

Natalie Stahmann, a 2012 graduate of Blanco High School, received the Coaches Award for Defense at the Wayland Baptist University fall athletics banquet last week. She was one of the only freshmen to be honored with an award.

Natalie played in all 18 games for the Pioneers, and was in the starting lineup for 16 of those games. She scored one goal for the team and had one assist and logged 1,197 minutes on the field as a freshman for the Pioneers. The program had its best finish yet with an 8-9-1 record, which secured them a spot in the NAIA Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament.

Stahmann made Panther history in February 2012 by being the first female to sign a “National Letter of Intent” to play soccer at the college level. She is the daughter of Ed and Tanya Garza of Blanco, TX.

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