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Players nominated for first Lowe's Senior Class award
September 26th, 2007 8AM

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[NOMINEES] The Lowe's Senior Class Award will add men's and women's soccer to its list of NCAA sports that are included in the national award program dedicated to senior student athletes.
 
The award, presented annually to the outstanding NCAA Division I senior student athlete in selected intercollegiate sports, celebrates both on-field and off-field achievements.
 
An initial list of 20 candidates for men's and women's soccer has been announced. A selection committee will choose 10 finalists midway through the college season and those names will appear on the official ballot. The winners will be selected by a nationwide voting system that includes media, coaches, fans and sponsors and presented to each winner during the Men's and Women's College Cups in December.

2007 Men's Soccer Candidates
Anton Axelsson, F, Jacksonville
Evan Barnes, G, Navy
Eric Brunner, D, Ohio State
Greg Folk, D, UCLA
Kevin Forrest, F, Washington
Trini Gomez, M, Loyola Marymount
Andy Iro, D, UC Santa Barbara
Julius James, D, Connecticut
Tim Jepson, D, Duke
George Josten, F, Gonzaga
Stephen King, M, Maryland
Peter Lowry, M, Santa Clara
Travis MacKenzie, M, Duqusne
Kevin Meyer, M, Fordham
Brad Peetoom, D, Syracuse
Todd Reedy, D, Bradley
David Roth, F, Northwestern
Andre Sherard, D, North Carolina
Julian Valentine, D, Wake Forest
Mike Zaher, D, UCLA

2007 Women's Soccer Candidates
Aubrey Aden-Buie, F, Penn State
Stacy Bishop, F, Florida
Rachel Buehler, D, Stanford
Kelsey Carpenter, F, Texas
Amanda Cinalli, F/M, Notre Dame
Ashleigh Gunning, F/M, Coastal Carolina
Joanna Haig, G, Louisville
Valerie Henderson, G, UCLA
Courtney Hooker, D, California
Stephanie Lopez, D, Portland
Jillian Loyden, G, Villanova
Jennifer Manis, G, UCF
Ella Masar, F, Illinois
Jessica Maxwell, D, North Carolina
Yolanda Odenyo, M, Oklahoma State
Lindsey Ozimek, M, Charlotte
Kirsten van de Ven, M, Florida State
Sue Weber, D, Hofstra
Kari Weniger, F, Navy
Angie Woznuk, M, Portland



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