Webster University’s Brianna Pagan has been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) 2017 Academic All-District First Team.
Pagan, a senior who graduated from Washington High School, becomes the first Academic All-District First Team selection for the Gorloks since Webster Hall of Famer Christy Capkovic in 2010.
Pagan now is eligible for voting for Academic All-American by virtue of being a first team selection at the district level. Webster is part of CoSIDA’s district five which includes 11 states covering the Southeastern U.S. and Missouri.
She accomplished the feat of being named St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) first team all four years and was SLIAC All-Academic three years.
Pagan was named to the SLIAC All-Tournament Team and was MVP in 2016. She has been named to the SLIAC All-Sportsmanship team as well. Pagan was selected to the United Soccer Coaches’ All-Central Region team three years and was Academic All-Central Region also.
Pagan scored five goals and six assists for the 19-2 Gorloks this fall. She had 22 goals, 17 assists, and 61 points, in her career for Webster, and her eight game-winning goals ties her for ninth on Webster’s all-time high list.
Pagan carries a 3.89 cumulative grade point average, majoring in mathematics and computer science at Webster, while being named to the Dean’s List five times.