Tennessee Wesleyan freshman Harry Baggaley was named an NAIA men's soccer third-team All-American after a 2018 season in which he broke the school's single-season goals record set by his coach, Luke Winter, and was the Appalachian Athletic Conference player of the year and freshman of the year. Baggaley, continuing like Winter a long line of TWU soccer standouts from England, scored 25 goals — third most in the NAIA — and led the national association with seven game-winners.
» Baylor School honored senior goalkeeper Peyton Randolph on Monday for signing a national letter of intent to play soccer for NCAA Division I member Manhattan College in The Bronx, New York, about 10 miles from her family's home. She is in her fourth year as a Baylor boarder, following her brother to Chattanooga — he attended McCallie — but wanted to be back "closer to home" in college. She picked Manhattan over Bryant University in Rhode Island. "The minute I walked on campus (on a visit last March), I loved it. It seemed like a perfect fit," said Randolph, an all-state keeper and two-time Best of Preps first-team selection. "I am excited for Peyton and know that she will do great things at Manhattan," Baylor coach Curtis Blair said. "She has been with us through an amazing four years and been a big part of all the accomplishments that we achieved. She will be missed next year."
» Covenant College announced Monday that senior Rachel Lemay made the United Soccer Coaches Division III Scholar All-South Region first team and junior Addy Cronan was a scholar all-region second-team choice. Lemay, a sport administration major with a cumulative 3.65 grade point average on a 4.0 scale, was the USA South goalkeeper of the year with 127 saves, a .847 save percentage and eight shutouts in 2018. Cronan, a business major with a 3.48 GPA, had 10 goals, four assists and three game-winning scores.
» Covenant senior Joanna Smith from Chattanooga Christian School was selected as the USA South women's basketball player of the week for games Dec. 3-9. She totaled 39 points, 31 rebounds and five assists in two games, with a double-double in each, and passed 1,000 points for her college career. Smith leads the Lady Scots with 13.0 points and 7.5 rebounds a game and a shooting percentage of .519.