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Loyola women favored in MAAC
August 8th, 2007 9AM

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Loyola (Md.) was selected to win the MAAC women's title this season in a preseason poll voted on by the league's 10 head coaches.
 
The Greyhounds finished with 93 points, six ahead of defending champion Niagara.  Fairfield was picked third with 86 points, and Siena finished in fourth place with 62 points.  Manhattan, Marist College, Iona, Canisius, Rider  and Saint Peter's round out the MAAC.
 
Niagara's Brittany Bisnott (Brampton, Ont.) has been chosen as the 2007 MAAC Preseason Player of the Year.  Bisnott is the league's top returning scorer this season after recording with 21 goals and three assists for a total of 45 points during her junior campaign.

PRESEASON ALL-MAAC:
Goalkeeper
Brett Maron, Fairfield 
Defenders
MT Church, Fairfield
Brynn McGrath, Loyola (Md.)
Sarra Moller, Loyola 
Katie Goodwin, Siena
Midfielders
Alex Caram, Fairfield
Lea Day, Loyola (Md.)
Amy Loughridge, Siena
Forwards
Ahna Johnson, Fairfield
Brittany Bisnott, Niagara
Stephanie Gartley, Niagara



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