CHARLOTTE, NC – Former Winthrop women’s soccer goalkeeper Dimi Poulos has been voted to Big South Women’s Soccer All-Decade Team for the 2000s it was announced recently by the conference office.
Poulos came to Winthrop from Wollongong, Australia and had a standout four-year career for the Eagles. Poulos was selected as the Big South Player of the Year in 2006 and earned All-Conference honors all four years of her storied career.
Poulos owns many Winthrop career records as a goalkeeper. She is the program’s all-time leader in wins with 29 and in shutouts with 23. Her 23 career shutouts ranks her third all-time in the Big South. Poulos leads the Winthrop record books and is second in the Big South with 408 career saves. Her 1.16 goals against average is second in Eagle history and sixth in the Big South.
As part of the Big South’s 30th Anniversary celebration in 2013-14, the Conference is announcing its first-ever All-Decade Teams to recognize the student-athletes and coaches who excelled in their respective sport since the Conference’s founding in 1983.
A committee of Big South Conference administrators served as the official voting panel to determine the All-Decade Teams, with fan voting comprising 20 percent of the overall total.