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Soccer America's All-Freshman Teams
December 20th, 2007 8AM

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National champion USC had three players named to the 2007 Soccer America Women's All-Freshman teams -- Kasey Johnson on the first team and Megan Ohai and Ashli Sandoval on the second team. For all the All-Frsehman selections ...

All-Freshmen
First Team
Chantel Jones (Virginia)
Lauren Barnes (UCLA)
Kelli Corless (Georgia)
Amanda DaCosta (Florida State)
Sinead Farrelly (Virginia)
Kasey Johnson (USC)
Meghan Klingenberg (North Carolina)
Sophie Schmidt (Portland)
Brittany Steinbruch (Miami, Fla.)
Sanna Talonen (Florida State)
Ingrid Wells (Georgetown)

Second Team
Erin McNulty (Florida State)
Nikki Arlitt (Texas)
Alysha Bonnick (Missouri)
Hannah Cerrone (Boston College)
Alex Morgan (California)
Megan Ohai (USC)
Christen Press (Stanford)
Kacey Richards (Connecticut)
Ashli Sandoval (USC)
Jessica Stellhorn (Purdue)
Cate Tisinger (James Madison).


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