VarnBuhler earned First Team All-American honors as a midfielder while Berardo earned Third Team All-American honors as a goalkeeper. This is the first time in program history that the Sagehens have had two United Soccer Coaches All-American selections and VarnBuhler becomes just the second First Team All-American selection in program history along with 2016 defender Nadia Alaiyan.
VarnBuhler also took home First Team All-West honors this season after breaking the single-season goal record as a midfielder this season. VarnBuhler's goal count is currently at 21 and has 45 points on the year with three assists as well. VarnBuhler has led the Sagehens on offense all season long and continues to be a goal threat in the middle of the pitch.
Berardo was recognized as one of the top goalkeeper's in the nation after an incredible senior season so far with the Sagehens. They have one of the top goals against averages in the nation at 0.26 along with a .924 save percentage. Berardo has only allowed five goals this season with 61 saves and nine solo shutouts.
The Sagehens have reached the Final Four for the first time in program history after setting a new program best for wins with 20. The Sagehens will look for a berth into the National Championship game as they take on William Smith in the Semifinals on Friday, December 6th at 10:45 a.m. PST in Greensboro, North Carolina.