McKinney and Peebles Repeat as USC Women’s Soccer All-Americans

Jenna McKinney and Mackenzie Peebles
Jenna McKinney and Mackenzie Peebles

2018 USC All-American Teams

CHICAGO – For the second-straight year, University of Chicago women's soccer players Jenna McKinney and Mackenzie Peebles were both selected as 2018 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III Women's All-Americans on Thursday.

In 2017, McKinney was a First Team USC All-American and Peebles was a Third Team USC All-American.

For McKinney, she becomes the second three-time All-American in program history, joining Mia Calamari (Class of 2018). The senior midfielder is a Second Team pick in 2018 following a season where she led the team in scoring with 10 goals and two assists for 22 points. At the conclusion of her decorated four-year career, McKinney is UChicago's second all-time leading scorer in goals (43) and points (107) while ranking seventh in assists (21).

Peebles is a Second Team All-American as a defender. The junior posted three goals and one assist over the course of 17 games played. UChicago's defense compiled six shutouts on the year, allowing 19 goals in 19 games (0.99 goals against average). For her career, Peebles has tallied four goals and nine assists over 58 games played.