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College: Soccer America 1996 Women's All-Freshman Team
January 30th, 1997 12AM



Freshman of the Year

Laurie Schwoy (North Carolina)

Laurie Schwoy started the year up front but flourished when she moved to midfield. A dynamic attacking presence, she hit five gamewinners -- including the clincher against Santa Clara in the final four -- and tied for the team lead in assists with 15.

Women's All-Freshmen Team

Kara Brown (Notre Dame) midfielder

Speed demon was a handful on the flanks

Mandy Clemens (Santa Clara) striker

Already among the top 10 players in the West

Lindsay Eddleman (Nebraska) striker

Physical target player dominated defenders

Lorrie Fair (North Carolina) midfielder

All-around talent sparked UNC in final four

Jen Grubb (Notre Dame) sweeper

Solid as a rock in Irish central defense

Regina Holan (Portland) striker

Rocket of a shot blasted four goals in playoffs

Angela Hucles (Virginia) striker

Clutch vs. top 20 teams (Wake, GMU, N.C. State)

Jacqui Little (Santa Clara) midfielder

Tenacity, speed, crosses made her WCC's top frosh

Laurie Schwoy (North Carolina) midfielder

Nation's best freshman netted 12 goals in 26 games

Jenny Streiffer (Notre Dame) midfielder

Exciting playmaker scored twice in UNC's only loss

Melanie Wilson (Texas A&M) goalkeeper

Shutout UMass, Duke, UNCG, compiled a 0.95 GAA

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