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Martin Methodist take second NAIA women's title
November 21st, 2007 9AM

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[CHAMPIONSHIP] Fifth-seeded Martin Methodist captured the program's second NAIA national title in three seasons with a 2-1 win over No. 3 Azusa Pacific Tuesday night at the Embry-Riddle Soccer Stadium in Daytona, Beach, Fla.

Shannon Walter scored in the sixth minute for the RedHawks and set up Clare Sykes for the winner in the 34th minute after Azusa Pacific had tied the score on Sarah Yoro's 13th goal of the season.

Azusa Pacific also lost, 2-1, to Lindsey Wilson in the 2006 final. The Cougars beat Lindsey Wilson, 2-1, in Monday's semifinal.

NAIA Women's All-Tournament Team:
Forwards
Theresa Broad, Azusa Pacific
Janaina Noves, Lee
Jenni Annicchiarico, Carroll
Sarah Yoro, Azusa Pacific

Midfielders
Omolyn Davis, Lindsey Wilson
Justine Pronovost, Concordia
Lynsey Domene, Azusa Pacific
Randie Massro, Azusa Pacific

Defenders
Katie Martin, Carroll
Marcia Silva, Martin Methodist
Jackie Pronovost, Concordia
Victoria Charmley, Martin Methodist

Goalkeeper
Sarah Prendergast, Martin Methodist

Offensive MVP
Theresa Broad, Azusa Pacific

Defensive MVP
Sarah Prendergast, Martin Methodist

Tournament MVP
Marcia Silva, Martin Methodist



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