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AWARDS: Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
September 23rd, 2008 8:30AM



Duke senior Lorraine Quinn, who scored a hat trick in the space of 30 minutes in a 3-0 win against Georgia, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week. For all the Women's Team of the Week selections for games played Sept. 15-21 ...

Alexandria Kapicka (Illinois)
Junior tallied career-high six saves in 3-0 victory over Washington and gained second shutout in 2-0 triumph against Colorado College.

Greer Barnes (West Virginia)
Senior helped the Mountaineers post 4-0 shutout against Pittsburgh and 3-0 shutout against ranked Virginia.
Whitey Engen (North Carolina)
Junior led Tar Heel defense that limited Georgia (4-0) and Fordham (6-0) to only six shots and two corner kicks.
Camille Levin (Stanford)
Freshman scored once against Yale (4-1) and drew the penalty kick that produced the game-winner against Cal Poly (3-0).
Kasey Moore (Texas)
Senior netted second game-winning goal of season with late goal in 2-1 victory over ranked California.

Kelsey Hood (Minnesota)
Senior led defense that shut down Brown (2-0) and Boston University (1-0) at Gold Classic.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK-Lorraine Quinn (Duke)
Senior registered her first multi-goal game with three first-half goals in 3-0 win over Georgia.
Teresa Rynier (James Madison)
Sophomore delivered corner kick for goal in 1-0 win over ranked Penn State and scored goal and assisted on winner in 3-2 victory over Rutgers.

Kathleen Caggiano (Robert Morris)
Sophomore recorded both goals in 2-1 win at ranked UNLV and goal and assist in 2-1 win over Idaho.
Lisa Collison (Ohio State)
Canadian senior led Buckeyes to first two wins with golden goal and assist against Louisville (2-1) and goal against Evansville (3-1).
Danielle Foxhoven (Portland)
Freshman tallied both goals in a 2-0 win over Florida for fourth multiple-goal game in last five games.
Toni Marie Hudson (Georgetown)
Junior scored two goals in 3-0 victory at Villanova and game-tying goal in 2-2 tie against Penn.

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