After a storied, four-season tenure that included a pair of Mission League titles, a first-ever CIF Southern California Division III Regional Championship and an unprecedented CIF Southern Section Division I crown, Breeana Koemans concluded her days as a Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer player with a fitting individual accolade.
Despite the Tologs finishing second behind Harvard-Westlake in league, Koemans was voted a share of the league's top honor, as she was named the Mission League co-Most Valuable Player.
It was an accomplishment announced to Koemans on Monday at the team's banquet and one that came as a surprise.
"It was a huge surprise, I was completely shocked," said Koemans, adding that after her team's second-place finish she believed she wouldn't figure into the discussion for MVP, which she ended up sharing with Harvard-Westlake's Danielle Duhl. "It never crossed my mind."