Back to News KELLY REASONER WINS THE HOLIDAYS' FACEBOOK CONTEST December 14, 2012 04:38 PM Kelly Reasoner wins the Holiday's Facebook Contest after guessing the right number of Indiana Soccer stickers in the bowl. Indiana Soccer had over 100 participants and at least 4 or 5 contestants were just one sticker away. The total number was 59 stickers!!! The association thanks all of those that participated and invites you to stay tuned for the next social media contest! Lauren Cheney, a member of the US Women’s National Team, current gold medal winner at the Olympics in London 2012 and native Hoosier will be the special guest speaker at the 2013 Annual Awards Dinner and the one handing out the jersey to the winner. The dinner will be held at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown Hotel on Saturday, January 19th, 2013. More details on her activities during the Awards Dinner will be disclosed soon, but we encourage you to mark this date on your calendar and make your reservations now before the event sells out. This year, the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches of America Association) is teaming up with US Youth Soccer to create an event with the largest Vendor Show and the most Soccer Workshops Coaching Sessions together in one place in the United States – January 16-20. Indiana Soccer is offering a special WEEKEND PASS to attend not only the NSCAA Convention, but it also includes a ticket to the Indiana Soccer Awards Dinner. As a member of Indiana Soccer, you do not want to miss the opportunity to attend this 3 in 1 event…NSCAA Convention, US Youth Soccer Workshops and the Indiana Soccer Awards Dinner. More information of Lauren Cheney will be coming soon… Stay tuned! Learn more about Lauren Cheney Lauren Cheney was born in Indianapolis, In. and grew up playing for Carmel United Soccer Club. Lauren attended Ben Davis high school where she had the opportunity to play both, soccer and basketball. After she graduated from high school, Lauren was recruited to play for UCLA, where she was named a first-team All American, NSCAA Freshman of the year and was a runner up for the women’s Hermann Trophy. In 2004 she represented the United States beginning with the U-17 Women’s National team. In 2005-06-07 she represented the U-20 and U-21 Women’s National team and since 2007 Lauren has been representing the Senior Women’s National team, where she has played several competitions including two Olympic Games and one World Cup.