A look back at 2014.
The Golden Grizzlies had 122 student-athletes named to the list.
The Golden Grizzlies placed 120 student-athletes on the honor roll list.
Oakland duo among 13 women's soccer student-athletes recognized by the league office Jan. 16
Kristock, Tinnion, Kellermann, San Cartier and Humm earned the honors.
Oakland faced Wright State Nov. 8, 2013, in the semifinals of the Horizon League Championship.
Oakland vs. Milwaukee, 2013 Horizon League Women's Soccer Championship
Oakland opened up the Horizon League tournament with a 6-2 victory over the Penguins.
Oakland fell to Milwaukee in a close battle, 1-0.
Oakland women's soccer defeated Detroit Oct. 19, 2-0, in a key Horizon League contest.
▪ Played in 15 matches, making one start
▪ Assisted on Oakland's goal in regulation against No. 4-seed Ohio State in the NCAA Tournament (11/10)
▪ Scored the match-winning goal to clinch the 2011 Summit League Championship against IPFW (11/4)
▪ Ended the year with two goals and two assists for six points
▪ Had a goal and an assist for three points against Rochester College (8/17)
▪ Earned a place on The Summit League Academic Honor Roll as a distinguished scholar
▪ Earned a spot on the All-Summit League first team
▪ Finished as the team's second leading scorer with five goals
▪ Was second on the team with 15 points from five goals and five assists
▪ Tied for The Summit League lead with 11 points in league matches
▪ The four goals she scored in league play were the fifth most of any player in The Summit League
▪ Her five assists tied for the team lead
▪ Her 15 points tied for the fifth most in The Summit League
▪ Earned Summit League Offensive Player of the Week honors on Oct. 24
▪ Played in 22 games drawing 10 starts, including the NCAA Tournament match against Wake Forest
▪ Equaled her career-high with two goals against Southern Utah (10/23)
▪ Scored the match-winning goal against South Dakota (10/7)
▪ Notched a goal and two assists in a win over Oral Roberts (10/21)
▪ Notched four points in back-to-back matches against ORU (10/21) and Southern Utah (10/23)
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team as a distinguished scholar
▪ A second team All-Summit League honoree
▪ Also earned a spot on The Summit League All-Newcomer Team
▪ Played in 19 games, making eight starts as a freshman
▪ Finished the year with four goals and two assists for 10 points
▪ Scored her first collegiate goal in the Summit League opener against NDSU (10/1)
▪ Netted a pair of match-winning goals against SDSU (10/3) and IPFW (10/16)
▪ She scored two goals in the span of 16 seconds against IPFW (10/16) for her first multiple-goal game
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar
▪ Earned four varsity soccer letters at Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School under head coach Frank Malvaso
▪ She was the four-time Lo-Ellen Park Athlete of the Year from 2007-10
▪ Named the most valuable player of the soccer team in 2009
▪ Played her club soccer with the Sudbury Canadians and helped the team win the 2008 Central Girls Soccer League Gold Cup
▪ An accomplished all-sport athlete she also competed in track, basketball and cross country at Lo-Ellen
▪ Won the Provincial Legion 100-meter hurdles championship in 2009
▪ Was the four-time MVP of the Lo-Ellen track team from 2007-10
▪ Was the Sudbury District Secondary Schools Athletic Association individual aggregate champion from 2007-10
▪ Individual aggregate champion of the Northern Ontario Secondary Schools Association of Athletics in 2007, 2008 and 2010
Academic Awards and Extracurricular Activities:
▪ Was an Honor Roll student
Top Athletic Performance:
▪ Helped won the bronze medal in the 80m hurdles for the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations in 2008
Full Name: Serena M San Cartier
Parents: Maurice and Stasia San Cartier
Siblings: Natasha and Halley
> Aunt, Ann Kowal, was a member of the 1984 Canadian Olympic women's basketball team
Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland:
1. Great women's soccer program
2. The nice campus
3. The friendly atmosphere on campus