The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has announced its women's soccer All-Decade team from 2010-19. Greenville's Tymber Gabbert, Dani Pearce, Kelsey Panzau, Jackie Sievert, and Breanna Thomas were named to the squad. Selections were made using a system that awarded points based on All-Conference selections. In addition, any player receiving the top individual award during a season (Player of the Year or Defensive Player of the Year) earned a selection. Coaches were picked based on Coach of the Year awards won during the time span.
SLIAC Women's Soccer All-Decade Team (2010-19)
Coach Brian Hoener, Fontbonne University
Coach Hoener won three SLIAC Coach of the Year awards during the decade, leading the Griffins to a share of the regular-season title in 2012 and making nine SLIAC tournament appearances.
Madison Arens, Principia College
A four-time All-Conference selection she finished her Panther career with nine goals and eight assists.
Elena Bloma, Webster University
All-Conference all four years, earning First Team honors as a junior and senior. One of three players to earn multiple SLIAC Defensive Player of the Year awards. Member of a team that went undefeated in conference play three times during her career.
Lilly Brauer, Webster University
Three-time All-Conference selection including back-to-back First Team selections when she was named the SLIAC Defensive Player of the Year. Anchor on a defense that allowed just 29 goals in 40 games over her final two seasons.
Jessica Davis, Webster University
Named All-Conference all four years and was a three-time First Team choice. The only keeper on the All-Decade team she finished her career with a SLIAC record 44 career wins with a 0.65 goals-against average and a record 29 shutouts.
Kayla Dye, Webster University
Dye was chosen as the SLIAC Player of the Year in 2014 when she tallied 10 goals and nine assists while helping the Gorloks go undefeated.
Allison Ferguson, Webster University
Named the SLIAC Player of the Year in 2016 after netting 12 goals, including three game-winners, while adding two assists.
Emelie Fredrikson, Principia College
Four-time All-Conference pick earned three Second Team nods during her career. She wrapped up her career with 18 goals and 10 assists.
Tymber Gabbert, Greenville University
Earned All-Conference honors all four years including First Team as a senior while helping the Panthers to a pair of SLIAC tournament appearances.
Morgan Henry, Westminster College
Three-time All-Conference selection, twice earning First Team honors including her freshman season when she scored 12 goals.
Ava Johnson, Fontbonne University
Named All-Conference three times in her career including First Team honors as a junior and senior. A stout defender that helped the team improve record each year during her career.
Melissa Kasper, Webster University
One of just two players during the decade to be named SLIAC Player of the Year twice, was a four-time All-Conference choice, earning three First Team nods. She tallied 54 career assists, ranking 5th in SLIAC history.
Eileen Koppy, Westminster College
Named All-Conference all four years including a First Team selection as a sophomore when she tallied seven goals and one assist; finishing her career with 18 goals and 11 assists.
Hayley MacWilliams, Principia College
Chosen as a three-time All-Conference performer, she earned First Team honors twice in her career. Finished with 31 goals and 13 assists in her four years as a Panther.
Ashley Mess, Webster University
Earned four All-Conference selections, twice being named First Team while receiving the SLIAC Defensive Player of the Year award in 2015. Recorded 24 goals and 14 assists during her four years.
Kristin Montgomery, Webster University
A four-time All-Conference pick that earned First Team honors as a junior. Had three double digit goal seasons, finishing with 42 in her career.
Ally Nikolaus, Webster University
Chosen as a First Team All-Conference selection three times including SLIAC Player of the Year in 2013 when she recorded 10 goals and seven assists. Finished her three years with 28 goals and 19 assists for 75 points.
Brianna Pagan, Webster University
The only player on the All-Decade team to be named First Team All-Conference all four years during her career she finished with 22 goals and 16 assists in her career.
Kelsey Panzau, Greenville University
An All-Conference player that earned First Team honors three times, totaling 14 goals and 12 assists in her career.
Dani Pearce, Greenville University
Two time First Team All-Conference player that added two more Second Team selections. Finished with 48 goals and 41 assists in her four years, recording double-digit goals and assists in the same season three times.
Paige Pfankuch, Fontbonne University
All-Conference player all four years including earning First Team nods as both a sophomore and junior. Recorded 10 goals from the backline during her career while adding 23 assists.
Cristina Post, Principia College
The 2010 SLIAC Player of the Year was a three-time All-Conference selection during her career. Midfielder that finished with 36 career assists and five goals.
Lauren Pratt, Webster University
Named All-Conference four times in her career including First Team in her final two seasons. Finished with 33 goals and 32 assists in her four years as a Gorlok.
Rachel Publicover, Principia College
A three-time First Team All-Conference selection that was named the SLIAC Player of the Year in 2012 when she recorded 11 goals and six assists.
Carolyn Ries, Webster University
Earned four All-Conference nods including First Team as a junior and senior. Tallied 15 goals and 13 assists in four seasons.
Abby Rockers, Westminster College
A two-time SLIAC Defensive Player of the Year, Rockers was a three-time First Team All-Conference choice during her Blue Jay career.
Carlie Sanderude, Principia College
Selected All-Conference four times including First Team as a senior; finishing with 18 goals and 18 assists in her four years.
Amy Schield, Webster University
A four-time All-Conference pick that was twice a First Team honoree while taking home the SLIAC Defensive Player of the Year award in 2014. Added five goals and 11 assists during her career.
Jackie Sievert, Greenville University
The SLIAC Player of the Year in 2011 she finished her career with 41 goals and 53 assists for 135 total points.
Dee Dee Sliter, Spalding University
A four-time All-Conference player, Sliter was just one of two players during the decade to receive the SLIAC Player of the Year award multiple times; winning in 2014 and 2015. She finished her career with 67 goals and 153 points, ranking her in the top ten in both categories in SLIAC history.
Breanna Thomas, Greenville University
Earned four All-Conference picks including a First Team selection as a sophomore. Finished her four years with 34 goals and 40 assists.
Paige Townsend, Westminster College
Two-time All-Conference performer named the SLIAC Player of the Year in 2017 after leading the conference with 19 goals and nine assists.