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2007 WCC Women's Awards
November 15th, 2007 8AM



WCC champion Portland swept this year's conference individual awards. Angie Woznuk was the sixth UP player to be selected as the WCC Player of the Year in the last 15 years, while fellow senior Stephanie Lopez garnered WCC Defensive Player of the Year honors for the second time in her career. Keelin Winters was named the Freshman of the Year, while Pilot head coach Garrett Smith was selected as the Coach of the Year for the second time.

Player of the Year: Angie Woznuk, Portland
Defensive Player of the Year: Stephanie Lopez, Portland
Freshman of the Year: Keelin Winters, Portland
Coach of the Year: Garrett Smith, Portland

All-WCC First Team
Joslyn Slovek, Loyola Marymount
Stefani Rocco, St. Mary's
Stephanie Lopez, Portland
Brittany Klein, Santa Clara
Angie Woznuk, Portland
Jamie Bell, Loyola Marymount
Kiki Bosio, Santa Clara
Michelle Enyeart, Portland
Amy Epsten, San Diego
Leigh Ann Robinson, San Diego
Sophie Schmidt, Portland

All-WCC Second Team
Brittany Cameron, San Diego
Kelcey Goddard, Gonzaga
Chioma Igwe, Santa Clara
Emily Michaelson, Portland
Katherine Reynolds, Santa Clara
Vanessa Vella, San Diego
Natalie Budge, Portland
Tiffany Harrison, Loyola Marymount
Keelin Winters, Portland
Tina Estrada, Santa Clara
Sophia Medina, Pepperdine

All-WCC Freshman Team
Lauren Ames, Gonzaga
Cammie Burke, Pepperdine
Maxine Goynes, Santa Clara
Jessica Tsao, Portland
Kendra Perry, Santa Clara
Elli Reed, Portland
Keelin Winters, Portland
Kylie McDonald, Pepperdine
Sophie Schmidt, Portland
Ashleigh Shoughro, San Diego
Lily Sorentino, Loyola Marymount

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