Bailey sets women’s soccer scoring mark

Central College Women's Soccer

Alayna Bailey was the Iowa Conference women’s soccer offensive MVP.

Record-setting senior forward Alayna Bailey was the Iowa Conference women’s soccer offensive MVP, the first Central player in the program’s history to receive league player of the year distinction.

Bailey and the Dutch also set a school mark for most wins, posting a 12-6-2 mark. Coach Mike Kobylinski has recorded a 34-19-5 mark after inheriting a squad that was 2-13-1 in 2010.

Central qualified for the six-team league tournament but was ousted at Wartburg in overtime, 1-0.

After scoring a league-leading 19 goals, including five game-winners, Bailey was also named to the all-North Region team. She ranks second in the Central record book in season goals (19), season points (41), career goals (47) and career points (44).

She was joined on the all-league first team by freshman goalkeeper Sydney Lunardi.

Central also received the NSCAA Team Academic Award for the second year in a row after compiling a lofty 3.54 combined team grade point average in 2012-13.

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