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AWARDS: Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
October 21st, 2008 1:15PM

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Casey Nogueira, who exploded for four goals in North Carolina's 5-0 win at N.C. State, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week. For all the Women's Team of the Week selections for games played Oct. 13-19 ...

GOALKEEPERS
Laurel Peak (Dartmouth)
Senior had two shutout victories over defending Ivy champ Penn (seven saves in 2-0 win) and Bryant (three saves in 1-0 win).

DEFENDERS
Nicole Doran (St. John's)
Junior played huge part in 1-0 win over ranked Rutgers (held to one shot on goal) and 2-1 win over Seton Hall (gamewinning goal).

MIDFIELDERS
Hailey Beam (Charlotte)
Junior scored two goals, including game-winner, in 3-2 win over Richmond and had pair of assists in 3-0 win over George Washington.
Katy Frierson (Auburn)
Freshman scored both of Auburn's goals in a 2-0 win over South Carolina to give her eight goals in the last seven games.
Cat Walker (San Diego State)
Sophomore recorded her first career hat trick in 7-0 win over Air Force and added assist in 4-0 win over Wyoming.

FORWARDS
Ashley Hamblin (Missouri)
Senior scored game-winning goal and added assist in 3-0 upset win over Texas A&M.
Kerri Hanks (Notre Dame)
Senior had goal and assist in 5-0 victory over Providence and both goals in 2-0 triumph at Connecticut.
Casey Nogueira (North Carolina)
Junior exploded for four goals, the most by a Tar Heel player in over five years, in 5-0 win at N.C. State.
Kelley O'Hara (Stanford)
Junior had two goals and two assists in 5-1 win over Washington and added insurance goal in 3-0 victory of Washington State.
Katherine Reynolds (Santa Clara)
Junior was moved from outside back position and scored two goals and notched an assist in 3-0 shutout over San Francisco.
Katie Schoepfer (Penn State)
Junior assisted on both goals in a 2-0 triumph over Minnesota and scored lone goal in 109 win over Iowa two days later.
 




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