Julie James (Baylor), Cyera Hintzen (Texas), Bianca St. Georges (West Virginia) and Rylee Foster (West Virginia) were named to the United Soccer Coaches All-America Teams. James was named to the First Team, Hintzen and St. Georges were named to the Second Team and Foster was named to the Third Team.
James is the first student-athlete in program history to earn First Team honors and the fifth All-American overall. The midfielder has played more career minutes (7809) than any player in program history, finishing among the Top 10 in the program's career goal and point scorers.
Hintzen was named to the Second Team for the second consecutive season. The first Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year in program history led the Big 12 Conference in assists (nine) and total points (29) while finishing tied for second in goals (10).
St. Georges started 21 matches at outside back and helped the Mountaineers post 12 shutouts. She also finished second on the team in goals (7) and points (14), both career single-season bests.
Foster played all 23 matches between the posts and earned credit for 11 of the Mountaineers’ 12 clean sheets, ranking No. 2 in the Big 12 Conference and No. 6 nationally with the fifth-best season total in program history.
This year's NCAA Division I All-Americans will be formally acknowledged for their accomplishments at the United Soccer Coaches All-America Ceremony & Reception on Jan. 12, 2019 at McCormick Place West Building in conjunction with the 2019 United Soccer Coaches Convention in Chicago.