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Yamaguchi takes Women's Hermann Trophy
January 17th, 2008 2:45PM



Florida State's Mami Yamaguchi won the 2007 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy, edging UCLA's Lauren Cheney and Texas A&M's Ashlee Pistorius.

Yamaguchi is the first Seminole player to claim the top individual honor in women's soccer and only the third foreigner. She led the country in points (66), while finishing second in goals (24) and assists (18). Yamaguchi was recognized as the ACC Offensive Player of the Year and earned her first NSCAA/adidas first-team All-America honor.

Yamaguchi led the Seminoles to the national championship game for the first time in school history. In the 2007 NCAA Tournament, she paced the Seminoles with three goals and eight assists. Her eight assists rank as both a single-season and an all-time postseason school record.

1988: Michelle Akers, Central Florida
1989: Shannon Higgins, North Carolina
1990: April Kater, Massachusetts
1991: Kristine Lilly, North Carolina
1992: Mia Hamm, North Carolina
1993: Mia Hamm, North Carolina
1994: Tisha Venturini, North Carolina
1995: Shannon MacMillan, Portland
1996: Cindy Daws, Notre Dame
1997: Cindy Parlow, North Carolina
1998: Cindy Parlow, North Carolina
1999: Mandy Clemens, Santa Clara
2000: Anne Makinen, Notre Dame
2001: Christie Welsh, Penn State
2002: Aly Wagner, Santa Clara
2003: Catherine Reddick, North Carolina
2004: Christine Sinclair, Portland
2005: Christine Sinclair, Portland
2006: Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame
2007: Mami Yamaguchi, Florida State

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