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2007 NSCAA/adidas NCAA Women’s Division I All-America Team
December 17th, 2007 8AM
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Connecticut (Brittany TaylorandMeghan Schnur), North Carolina (Yael Averbuch and Tobin Heath), Notre Dame (Brittany Bock and Kerri Hanks) and Virginia (Nikki Krzysik and Becky Sauerbrunn) each had two players named to the 2007 NSCAA/adidas NCAA Men’s Division I All-America first team. For all the All-Americans ...

First Team
Goalkeeper
Alyssa Naeher, So., Penn State
Defenders
Nikki Krzysik, Jr., Virginia
Stephanie Lopez, Sr., Portland
Becky Sauerbrunn, Sr., Virginia
Brittany Taylor, Jr., Connecticut
Midfielders
Yael Averbuch, Jr., North Carolina
Tobin Heath, So., North Carolina
Meghan Schnur, Sr., Connecticut
Forwards
Brittany Bock, Jr., Notre Dame
Lauren Cheney, So., UCLA
Parrissa Eyorokon, Sr., Purdue
Kerri Hanks, Jr., Notre Dame
Mami Yamaguchi, Jr., Florida State
 
Second Team
Goalkeeper
Kristin Olsen, So., USC
Defenders
Greer Barnes, Jr., West Virginia
D, Melanie Booth, Sr., Florida
D, Rachel Buehler, Sr., Stanford
Midfielders
Amanda Cicchini, Jr., West Virginia
Christina DiMartino, Jr., UCLA
Ashley Nick, Jr., USC,
Ingrid Wells, Fr., Georgetown
Forwards
Annie Lowry, Sr., James Madison
Kelley O'Hara, So., Stanford
Carrie Patterson, So., Georgia
Katie Schoepfer, So., Penn State
 
Third Team
Goalkeeper
Jaimel Johnson, Jr., Tennessee
Defenders
Kira Bilecky, Sr., Purdue
Lauren Hyde, So., Florida
Jessica Maxwell, Sr., North Carolina
Kasey Moore, Jr., Texas
Sue Weber, Sr., Hofstra
Midfielders
Danesha Adams, Sr., UCLA
Danielle Collins, Jr., William & Mary
Kimmy Germain, Jr., James Madison
Angie Woznuk, Sr., Portland
Forwards
Ashley Banks, Sr., West Virginia
Brooke DeRosa, Sr., Hofstra
Katie Larkin, Jr., BYU
Ashlee Pistorius, Sr., Texas A&M
Claire Zimmeck, Jr., William & Mary



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