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2007 Big East Women's Awards
November 14th, 2007 8AM
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Georgetown and Connecticut each had a pair of major award winners in Big East women's soccer.

Georgetown's Dave Nolan was named the Coach of the Year, while freshman midfielder Ingrid Wells was named the Rookie of the Year, becoming the first Hoya to win a Big East player award. UConn senior Meghan Schnur repeated as the Midfielder of the Year, while junior teammate Brittany Taylor was named the Defensive Player of the Year.

West Virginia senior Ashley Banks and Notre Dame junior Brittany Bock were named Co-Offensive Players of the Year.  Villanova senior Jillian Loyden was named the Goalkeeper of the Year for the third year in a row.
 
 
All-Big East First Team
Goalkeeper
Jillian Loyden, Villanova
Defenders
Greer Barnes, West Virginia
Kelly Eagan, Villanova
Brittany Taylor, Connecticut
Midfielders
Amanda Cicchini, West Virginia
Monique Gjini, Louisville
Meghan Schnur, Connecticut
Ingrid Wells, Georgetown
Forwards
Ashley Banks, West Virginia
Brittany Bock, Notre Dame
Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame

All-Big East Second Team
Goalkeeper
Joanna Haig, Louisville
Midfielders
Carolyn Blank, West Virginia
Gina DeMaio, Rutgers
Sara Jordan, Georgetown
Shannon Smyth, Louisville
Forwards
Lindsay Brauer, South Florida
Liz Eng, Connecticut
Erin MacDonald, Cincinnati
Allison Mallams, Marquette
Karyn Riviere, Connecticut
Christy Zwolski, Marquette
 
All-Big East Third Team
Goalkeeper
Laura Boyer, Marquette
Defenders
Karrah Benson, Syracuse
Katie Kelly, Marquette
Tara Mendoza, St. John's
Jessica Mello, Louisville
Megan Mills, Seton Hall,
Elise Weber, Notre Dame
Midfielders
Kacey Richards, Connecticut
Annie Yi, Connecticut
Forwards
Deana Everrett, West Virginia
Kelsey Hunyadi, Louisville
 
All-Big East Honorable Mention
Goalkeeper
Stephanie Labbe, Connecticut
Defenders
Nicole Pasciolla, St. John's
Meghan Ryan, Rutgers
Midfielders
Autumn Browning, South Florida
Jen Taormina, Syracuse
Forward
Kim Bonilla, West Virginia



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