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Soccer America Preseason Women's All-American Team
August 30th, 2007 8:30AM

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Soccer America's Preseason Women's All-American Team features three players who will be playing in the 2007 Women's World Cup: American Stephanie Lopez (Portland) and Canadians Melanie Booth (Florida) and Diana Matheson (Princeton). The 23-player team includes two stars from defending national champion North Carolina (Jessica Maxwell and Yael Averbuch). UCLA leads all teams will three players represented: Christina DiMartino, Danesha Adams and Lauren Cheney.


GOALKEEPERS
Jillian Loyden
, Villanova, sr.
Alyssa Naeher, Penn State, soph.
Ashley Phillips
, Clemson, sr.

DEFENDERS
Melanie Booth, Florida, sr.
Rachel Buehler
, Stanford, sr.
Stephanie Lopez, Portland, sr.
Jessica Maxwell, North Carolina, sr.
Kasey Moore, Texas, jr.
Becky Sauerbrunn, Virginia, sr.
Katrin Schmidt, Florida State, jr.

MIDFIELDERS
Yael Averbuch, North Carolina, jr.
Christina DiMartino, UCLA, jr.
Diana Matheson, Princeton, sr.
Yolanda Odenyo
, Oklahoma State, sr.
Meghan Schnur, Connecticut, jr.
Angie Woznuk, Portland, sr.

FORWARDS
Danesha Adams, UCLA, sr.
Lauren Cheney, UCLA, soph.
Lara Dickenmann, Ohio State, sr.
Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame, jr.
Nikki Marshall, Colorado, soph.
Ashlee Pistorius,
Texas A&M, sr.
Michele Weissenhofer, Notre Dame, soph.



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