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2007 Ivy League Women's Awards
November 28th, 2007 8AM

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Diana Matheson only played in 10 games this season for Princeton, but her play was strong enough to be voted the 2007 Ivy League Player of the Year. The senior midfielder missed the Tigers' first seven games playing for Canada at the Women's World Cup in China.

Player of the Year: Diana Matheson, Princeton
Rookie of the Year: Katherine Sheeleigh, Harvard

First Team All-Ivy
Forwards
*Jessica Fuccello, Penn
Katherine Sheeleigh, Harvard
*Maggie Westfal, Yale
Midfielders
*Natalie Capuano, Penn
*Diana Matheson, Princeton
Sophie Reiser, Columbia
Defenders
Cathleen Cimino, Columbia
Sophia Merrifield, Yale
Lizzy Nichols, Harvard
Annie Stanley, Dartmouth
Goalkeeper
Susan Starr, Yale
*Unanimous selection

Second Team All-Ivy
Forwards
Lindsay Cunningham, Brown
Mara Fintzi, Penn
Midfielders
Allison Hubbard, Dartmouth
Katherine Macauley, Yale
Jess Rothenheber, Penn
Gina Wideroff, Harvard
Defenders
Anne Friedland, Brown
Mary Kuder, Yale
Natalia Mann, Yale
Taylor Numann, Princeton
Melissa Whitley, Princeton
Goalkeeper
Lauren Mann, Harvard



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