Schupansky Ranked No. 13 On Top Drawer Soccer’s Top 100 List

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The University of Pittsburgh women’s soccer team saw four Panthers named to the TopDrawerSoccer Top-100 Post-Season Lists, including former North Allegheny standout Sarah Schupansky.

Schupansky landed on the ranking list. Schupansky comes in as the highest ranked Panther on the postseason list in program history.

As the first ever Panther to be named to the All-ACC First Team, Schupansky was able to make her name known this season. The Pittsburgh, PA native started in 22 games out of the record 24 games played this season – totaling 1633 minutes. She now has her name on the single season points record after posting 11 goals and 14 assists on the season. The Junior adds this accolade next to TopDrawerSoccer Best XI Second Team honors, United Soccer Coaches All-Atlantic Region Second Team honors, College Sports Communicators Academic All-District Team honors, and United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-America honors.

Schupansky helped the Pitt women’s soccer program see their most successful season in history. Pitt set program records for most wins overall (17), ACC wins (6), home wins (9), points (194), goals (64) and assists (66). The Panthers posted five top 25 wins including defeating three teams in the top ten. Pitt also advanced to the ACC Championship Semifinal and NCAA Elite Eight fields for the first time in program history.

(Information and photo courtesy of University of Pittsburgh Athletics).