Hormuth Named Offensive Player of the Year

Nov 9th 2017

Lonestar Alumni, Kassi Hormuth (96G ECNL), was named the Sun Belt's Offensive Player of the Year after leading the league with five assists during conference play and netting five goals. The Cedar Park, Texas native was also named to the SBC First Team, one of five Bobcats to make the top team and tying the school record set in 2008. She is the second Texas State player in the last three seasons to be named the conference's Offensive Player of the Year.

Hormuth netted three match-winners in conference play to lead TXST for the season and was the second most in the league. She recorded a seven-match point streak that coincided with the Bobcats winning streak of seven contests. The senior forward concluded the regular season tied for third in assists (15), ninth in points (47) and tied for 10 in goal (16) in program history.

After finishing second in the conference standings, the Texas State soccer team placed six players among the two all-conference teams. The Bobcats also picked up three conference specialty awards, the most ever in program history.

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Way to go Kassi!