Two KHS grads who were part of two KHS State Soccer titles celebrate a national title with DBU

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Two sisters, Alondra and Abigail Omos, have had the rare opportunity to be a part of two state title teams at Kennedale High School (2015 and 2016) and now as seniors are celebrating an even bigger title while playing for Dallas Baptist University Soccer as the team won the NCCAA Soccer title in overtime this past weekend.

Playing in Kissimmee, Florida, the #2 ranked DBU Patriots cemented a win over the #1 ranked Grace College in overtime with a 2-1 score. The Patriots reported that midfielder Abigail Olmos scored the tying goal midway through the second period.

Alondra and Abigail Olmos were playing for the Lady Kats under then Head Coach Michael Strange when the Texas UIL opened up a new soccer classification for 4A and under schools in 2014-15. Prior to that time, both the LadyKat and Wildcat soccer teams played up in the 5A division. Kennedale won the very first state championship in the new 4A division. They repeated a year later. Abigail and Alondra were starters for the LadyKats. Both players earned all-state honors while playing for Kennedale.

They are now seniors at DBU and have earned a number of honors while there. The following is from a post at DBU Athletics.

ALONDRA OLMOS – CAREER HONORS

Alondra Olmos
Alondra Olmos

ACADEMIC & POST SEASON HONORS:

2019: D2 ADA Academic Achievement Award, Fall Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll, Spring Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2018: Fall Heartland Conference President’s Honor Roll, Spring Heartland Conference President’s Honor Roll, D2 ADA Academic Achievement Award

2017: Fall Heartland Conference President’s Honor Roll, Spring Heartland Conference President’s Honor Roll

ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE BY SEASON:

  • 2019 (JUNIOR) – Played in 17 matches, making nine starts on the season … Totaled a career-high 691 minutes and accrued five points with two goals … Scored her first goal and assist of the season against UT Permian Basin (10/3) … Notched her second goal just two days later against Lubbock Christian (10/5) in a 3-0 victory.
  • 2018 (SOPHOMORE) – Played in 19 matches while making two starts … Logged 417 minutes and totaled four points on the season … Made her first start of 2018 against Texas A&M Commerce (9/4) … Started against Lubbock Christian (9/22) en route to a 4-1 win … Tallied her first career goal against MSU-Denver (9/1) … Scored her second goal of the year against Texas A&M International (9/13).
  • 2017 (FRESHMAN) – Played 18 matches and started eight in her first season … Made her collegiate debut in the season opener against MSU Denver (8/31) … Made her first start in a 1-0 win over Rogers State (9/23) … Dished out her first career assist in a 1-1 tie with Rogers State (10/12) … Notched two assists in a 3-0 win over Lubbock Christian (10/19).

KENNEDALE HIGH SCHOOL

  • Lettered four years at Kennedale High School … Coached by Michael Strange … Tabbed a First Team All-State selection as a senior … Won back-to-back state titles in 2015 and 2016 … Garnered District MVP honors following her senior season … Named the District’s Newcomer of the Year as a freshman … Played club soccer for the Dallas Texans.

Her parents are Roman and Andred Olmos. Alondra is majoring in Psychology.

ABIGAIL OLMOS – CAREER HONORS

Alondra Olmos
Abigail Olmos

ACADEMIC & POST SEASON HONORS

  • 2019: First Team All-Lone Star Conference, Lone Star Conference Tournament MVP, Fall Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll, Spring Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll
  • 2018: United Soccer Coaches All-South Central Region Second Team, Second Team D2CCA All-South Central Region, First Team All-Heartland Conference, 20th Anniversary Heartland Conference Team, Heartland Conference All-Tournament Team, Fall Heartland Conference President’s Honor Roll, Spring Heartland Conference President’s Honor Roll
  • 2017: United Soccer Coaches Second Team All-American, Heartland Conference Player of the Year, Second Team D2CCA All-South Central Region, First Team NCAA All-South Central Region, First Team NCCAA All-Central Region, First Team All-Heartland Conference, Heartland Conference All-Tournament Team, Fall Heartland Conference President’s Honor Roll, Spring Heartland Conference President’s Honor Roll

ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE BY SEASON

2019 (JUNIOR) – Earned All-Lone Star Conference honors, her third All-Conference selection in as many years … Started 20 of DBU’s 21 matches … Finished the season third on the team in goals scored (5) … Her four game-winning goals were second most on the team … Recorded her first goal of the season against Oklahoma Christian in a 2-0 victory (9/26)  … Helped lead the Patriots to a 3-0 win at Lubbock Christian (10/5) with her second goal of thee year … Scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 shutout of West Texas A&M (10/12) … Tallied two goals on four shots against Texas Woman’s (11/15).

2018 (SOPHOMORE) – Garnered First Team All-Heartland Conference for the second consecutive season … Earned multiple honors on the United States Coaches All-South Central Region Second Team as well as the D2CCA All-South Central Region team … Started 22 of 23 matches … Ranked ninth in the Heartland Conference and first on the team with four assists … Also ranked third on the team in points with 14 … Tallied the third most goals on the team with five … Delivered her first goal of the year against Lubbock Christian (9/22) … Her assist led to the first goal in a 3-2 win over St. Mary’s (10/4) … Helped lead DBU to a 2-1 victory over Rogers State (10/11) with a goal … Registered a goal at Oklahoma Christian (10/20) … Helped the Patriots to a 3-1 victory over Newman in the Heartland Conference Tournament Semifinals (11/1) with a goal … Scored the match’s first goal against No. 4 Colorado School of Mines (11/12) to help the Patriots advance to the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

2017 (FRESHMAN) – Named the Heartland Conference Player of the Year in her first collegiate season … Earned several regional and national honors in one of the most decorated freshman seasons in Patriot history … Played in all 21 games and started 20 … Made her collegiate debut in the season opener against MSU Denver (8/31) … Recorded both her first goal and first assist in a 4-0 win over St. Mary’s (9/30) … Scored the game-winning goal with just under nine minutes remaining in regulation to beat St. Edward’s 2-1 (10/7) … Dished out two assists in a 3-0 win at St. Mary’s (10/26) … Assisted the Patriots’ lone goal in a 1-0 win over Newman in the Heartland Conference Tournament semifinals (11/2 )… Scored with just over 15 minutes to play to force overtime in the NCAA Tournament against Colorado School of Mines (11/11).

KENNEDALE HIGH SCHOOL

  • Lettered four years at Kennedale High School … Coached by Michael Strange … Garnered Second Team All-State honors in 2016 … Won back-to-back state titles in 2015 and 2016 … Named the All-District Midfielder MVP in 2015 and 2016 … Tabbed the District’s Offensive MVP in 2014 … Played club soccer for the Dallas Texans.

Parents are Roman and Andred Olmos. Abigail is majoring in Psychology.

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