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Soccer America Women's MVPs
December 20th, 2007 8AM



For the first time since introducing the MVP awards in 1976, Soccer America has selected first and second teams. The 2007 first team features five holdovers from the 2006 MVP selections: Yael Averbuch (North Carolina), Kerri Hanks (Notre Dame), Stephanie Lopez (Portland), Kasey Moore (Texas) and Ashlee Pistorius (Texas A&M). For all the MVPs ...

Second-team selection Christina DiMartino was also a 2006 MVP.

This year's first team reflects women's soccer's promising future. Only four players are seniors: Rachel Buehler (Stanford), Meghan Schnur (Connecticut), Lopez and Pistorius.

Nine players are Americans, along with Canadian Amanda Cicchini (West Virginia) and Japan international Mami Yamaguchi (Florida State).

Goalie Kristin Olsen represents 2007 champion USC.

First Team
Kristin Olsen (USC) SOPH.
Yael Averbuch (North Carolina) JR.
Rachel Buehler (Stanford) SR.
Lauren Cheney (UCLA) SOPH.
Amanda Cicchini (West Virginia) JR.
Kerri Hanks (Notre Dame) JR.
Stephanie Lopez (Portland) SR.
Kasey Moore (Texas) JR.
Ashlee Pistorius (Texas A&M)
Meghan Schnur (Connecticut) SR.
Mami Yamaguchi (Florida State) JR.

Second Team
Alyssa Naeher (Penn State) SOPH.
Danesha Adams (UCLA) SR.
Brittany Bock (Notre Dame) JR.
Melanie Booth (Florida) SR.
Christina DiMartino (UCLA) JR.
Parissa Eyorokon (Purdue) SR.
Tobin Heath (North Carolina) SOPH.
Nikki Krzysik (Virginia) JR.
Lorraine Quinn (Duke) JR.
Kylee Rossi (Tennessee) JR.
Angie Woznuk (Portland) SR.

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