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Hanks heads Women's Hermann Trophy watch list
August 16th, 2007 9AM

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Notre Dame's Kerri Hanks, the 2006 Women's Hermann Trophy winner, is among 46 players named to the 2007 Women's Hermann Trophy watch list.

Fourteen schools have more than one representative on the list. Reigning NCAA champion North Carolina claimed four, including 2006 MAC Herman Trophy finalist Yael Averbuch, Tobin Heath, Jessica Maxwell and Allie Long, a transfer from Penn State.

Florida, Portland and UCLA each have three players on the list, which BYU, Connecticut, Illinois, Notre Dame, Penn State, Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, Virginia and William and Mary each have two.

In November, the list will be narrowed to 15 semifinalists. Three finalists will be named in early December in conjunction with the NCAA Division I College Cup and will be invited to the Missouri Athletic Club on Jan. 11, 2008.

WOMEN'S HERMANN TROPHY WATCH LIST:
Pos.  Name  Class  School  Hometown
M  Ameera Abdullah  Jr.  Florida  Denver, Colo.
F  Danesha Adams  Sr.  UCLA  Shaker Heights, Ohio
M  Yael Averbuch  Jr.  North Carolina  Upper Montclair, N.J.
G  Lizzie Barnes  Jr.  Navy  New Orleans, La.
F  Stacy Bishop  Sr.  Florida  Land O' Lakes, Fla.
D  Rachel Buehler  Sr.  Stanford  Del Mar, Calif.
M  Paige Carmichael  Sr.  Texas A&M  Glendale, Ariz.
F  Kelsey Carpenter  Sr.  Texas  Allen, Texas
F  Lauren Cheney  So.  UCLA  Indianapolis, Ind.
M  Amanda Cicchini  Jr.  West Virginia  Oakville, Ont.
M  Amanda Cinalli  Sr.  Notre Dame  Maple Heights, Ohio
M  Danielle Collins  Jr.  William & Mary  Cream Ridge, N.J.
M  Lara Dickenmann Sr. Ohio State Kriens, Switzerland
M  Christina DiMartino Jr. UCLA Massapequa, N.Y.
F  Gina DiMartino So. Boston College Massapequa, N.Y.
M  Sheree Gray Jr. Penn State Tom's River, N.J.
G  Ashley Gunter Jr. SMU Lancaster, Pa.
F  Kerri Hanks Jr. Notre Dame Allen, Texas
D  Jessica Harmon Jr. BYU Provo, Utah
M  Tobin Heath So. North Carolina Basking Ridge, N.J.
D  Lauren Hyde So. Florida Carmel, Ind.
D  Nikki Krzysik Jr. Virginia Clifton, N.J.
F  Katie Larkin Jr. BYU Draper, Utah
F  Adele Letro Jr. Utah Davis, Calif.
M  Allie Long Jr. North Carolina Northport, N.Y.
D  Stephanie Lopez Sr. Portland Elk Grove, Calif.
G  Jillian Loyden Sr. Villanova Vineland, N.J.
F  Ella Masar Sr. Illinois Urbana, Ill.
D  Jessica Maxwell Sr. North Carolina Colleyville, Texas
D  Kasey Moore Jr. Texas Mission Viejo, Calif.
F  Kelley O'Hara So. Stanford Fayetteville, Ga.
M  Yolanda Odenyo Sr. Oklahoma State Uppsala, Sweden
K  Ashley Phillips Sr. Clemson West Peabody, Mass.
F  Ashlee Pistorius Sr. Texas A&M Bloomington, Ill.
M  Megan Rapinoe Jr. Portland Redding, Calif.
D  Denay Riley Sr. Penn State Washingtonville, N.Y.
F  Kylie Rossi Jr. Tennessee Pennington, N.J.
F  Jess Rostedt Jr. Virginia Kent, Ohio
M  Meghan Schnur Sr. Connecticut Butler, Pa.
M  Marisha Schumacher-Hodge Jr. Boston University Pittsburgh, Pa.
F  Meagan Snell Sr. Santa Clara Arroyo Grande, Calif.
D  Sarah Wagenfuhr Jr. Florida State Colorado Springs, Colo.
D  Brittany Taylor  Jr.  Connecticut  Campbell Hall, N.Y.
M  Angie Woznuk Sr. Portland El Cajon, Calif.
F  Claire Zimmeck Jr. William & Mary Fairfax, Va.
D  Emily Zurrer  Jr.  Illinois  Vancouver, B.C.



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