Kansas State junior midfielder Brookelynn Entz has more to include in her 2019 trophy case after being named to the All-Big 12 second team. She earned a spot on the team via a vote by the league’s coaches.
Entz became the second Kansas State player to notch postseason All-Big 12 honors. Hannah Davis was the first; she was part of the conference’s All-Freshman team in 2017. Entz also was selected to the Academic All-Big 12 first team earlier in the season.
Entz played and started in 17 matches this season in her third year with Kansas State and compiled 1,343 minutes on the pitch. She led the Wildcats in points (10), assists (4) shots (67) and shots on goal (28).
Entz, who is from Newton, was sixth in the Big 12 in total shots and ranked fourth in shots per game (3.94). In Big 12 play, she was ninth in total shots (28) as well as shots per game (3.11). Entz tied for ninth for point in Big 12 play, with eight.
The junior set school records for goals, assists, and total points for a junior at Kansas State. She also holds program-best marks for goals (3) and total points (8) in Big 12 matches.
Kansas State went 3-13-2 with a 1-8-0 record in conference play this season. The Wildcats set single-season school records in shots and corner kicks, and tied previous marks for goals and assists in Big 12 matches.