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2007 Pac-10 Women's Awards
November 16th, 2007 8AM
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UCLA sophomore forward Lauren Cheney was named Pac-10 Player of the Year. It was the first time since 2003 that a Bruin captured Player of the Year honors. Coach Jillian Ellis, whose Bruins are ranked No. 1 in the final Soccer America Women's Top 25, was named Pac-10 Coach of the Year. Stanford's Christen Press was named Freshman of the Year. UCLA and Stanford dominated the all-conference team with a combined seven of the 12 selections.

All-Pac-10 First Team
Marisa Abegg, Stanford
Danesha Adams**, UCLA
Rachel Buehler*, Stanford
Lauren Cheney*, UCLA
Kiersten Dallstream, Washington State
Christina DiMartino*, UCLA
Val Henderson, UCLA
Courtney Hooker, California
Kelley O'Hara*, Stanford
Alissa Oldenkamp, Arizona State
Ashley Nick, USC
Jodie Taylor***, Oregon State
*two-time All-Pac-10 honoree
**three-time All-Pac-10 honoree    
***four-time All-Pac-10 honoree

All-Pac-10 Second Team
Brooke Bemis, Washington State
Caitlin Hannegan, California
Erin Hardy, UCLA
Kaity Heath, Arizona
Kara Lang, UCLA
Kristin Olsen, USC
Christen Press, Stanford
Ali Riley, Stanford
Amy Rodriguez, USC
Shari Summers, Stanford
Dylann Tharp, Oregon

All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention
Valerie Barnes (CAL, Jr., F); Brynn Bemis (WSU, Sr., GK); Jacqueline Broussard (ARIZ, So., F); Carly Dobratz (WSU, So., MF); Allison Falk (STAN, Jr., D); Kasey Johnson (USC, Fr., D); London King (ARIZ, Jr., MF); Caroline Lea (CAL, Sr., MF); Alex Morgan (CAL, Fr., F); Megan Ohai (USC, Fr., MF); Allison Scurich (WSU, Sr., D); Kylie Wright (UCLA, Fr., MF).

All-Pac-10 Freshman Team
Lauren Barnes, UCLA
Alexandra Elston, Arizona State
Megan Jesolva, California
Kasey Johnson, USC
Allison McCann, Stanford
Alex Morgan, California
Megan Ohai, USC
Christen Press, Stanford
Ashli Sandoval, USC
Kylie Wright, UCLA
Jacqueline Zinke, Arizona



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