November 4, 2011 - by
Academic All-District

Nov. 4, 2011

CARY, N.C. ( – The Florida State women’s soccer team placed three student-athletes on the Capital One Academic All-District IV teams as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Senior midfielder Tori Huster and sophomore defender Kassey Kallman were named first team honorees, while senior midfielder Janice Cayman earned a spot on the second team.

Huster was named a first-team All-ACC honoree in 2011 as she started all 19 games for the Seminoles. The Cincinnati, Ohio native currently sits second on the team in goals (6) and shots (28) and is tied for second in points with 14. Huster tied a career-high with three points in FSU’s regular season finale at Virginia Tech with a goal and an assist to help the Seminoles clinch a spot in the ACC Tournament. Huster is a three-time Academic All-District honoree as she earned second-team accolades in 2009 and 2010. She is a three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll honoree and a two-time member of the All-ACC Academic Team.

Kallman has started all 19 matches for the Seminoles this season and is the team leader in minutes played with 1,728. She helped Florida State to nine shutouts this year including three in the last four games with a big shutout victory over North Carolina in double overtime of the ACC Tournament Quarterfinals. The sophomore defender has also helped on the offensive side of things with six points on two goals and two assists. Kallman, a native of Woodbury, Minn., was named to the All-ACC Academic Team and was a member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll as a freshman in 2010.

As first team honorees, both Huster and Kallman will be in the running for national Academic All-America honors which will be voted on later this month. Huster and Kallman become just the third and fourth Seminole student-athletes to garner first team Academic All-District accolades from CoSIDA joining India Trotter (2005) and Becky Edwards (2007 & 2009).

Cayman has appeared in all 19 games for the Seminoles so far this season and ranks fourth on the team with 12 points on four goals and four assists. Eight of her 12 points on the year have come against league foes as she scored against Duke, Clemson and Miami. Cayman, a native of Belgium, was named a second team NSCAA Southeast Academic All-Region honoree in 2010. She also earned a spot on the 2010 ACC All-Academic Team and was named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.