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Guth inducted into hometown hall of fame

Kelley Guth, APSUs womens soccer head coach, was inducted into the Delta (British Columbia) Sports Hall of Fame, Saturday, June 18.

Guth, the Lady Govs head coach since 2002, will be among 10 inductees into the inaugural class and was selected from a group of 60 applicants. Guth has led a fledgling APSU soccer program that has improved its win total each season under her guidance.
Kelley Guth, APSU's women's soccer head coach, was inducted into the Delta (British Columbia) Sports Hall of Fame, Saturday, June 18.

Guth, the Lady Govs' head coach since 2002, will be among 10 inductees into the inaugural class and was selected from a group of 60 applicants. Guth has led a fledgling APSU soccer program that has improved its win total each season under her guidance.

“I am extremely excited and honored to be selected as part of the inaugural class,” said Guth. “Delta is where I grew up, where I started, and it's a large part of who I am. I still consider it home, so it's a special award.”

Guth began her collegiate soccer career at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C., where she led her squad as a two-time NAIA first-team All-America selection and twice was selected conference player of the year. In 1993, her first season with the Clan, Guth was an NAIA All-America honorable mention. She improved in her second season as the Clan claimed a conference championship, and she collected first-team All-America honors. In 1995, she again received first-team All-America honors.

In 1996, Guth transferred for one season at Florida State University and left her mark there as well. In one season, she scored 14 goals, including six game-winners that stand first all-time at FSU. Her 29 points and 56 shots on goal are single-season records.
—Cody Bush