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Swiss star Lara Dickenmann heads W-League award winners
August 6th, 2007 7AM

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Jersey Sky Blue striker Lara Dickenmann was named the 2007 W-League Most Valuable Player.

The Swiss international led the W-League with 18 goals, seven assists and 45 points. She will return to Ohio State for her senior season.

The San Diego Sunwaves' Elio Bello was named the W-League Coach of the Year.

Richmond's Jaclyn Raveia was honored as the Defender of the Year, and Toronto's Adrienne Ruhe Lischke captured U-19 Player of the Year honors.



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