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WPS: College stars headed to women's pro combine
November 20th, 2008 8AM
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Kerri Hanks, the 2006 Hermann Trophy winner, and Notre Dame teammates Carrie Dewand Brittany Bock are among the first group of players who have accepted invitations to Women's Professional Soccer combines to be held Dec. 11-14 (San Diego) and Dec. 18-21 (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla). Invitees included college seniors and former college players. For the complete list ...

(2008 collegians in bold.)

PLAYER (POS.) TEAM
Ameera Abdullah (M/F) University of Florida

Marisa Abegg (D) Stanford University
Aubrey Aden-Buie (F) Penn State University (played field hockey in 2008)
Stacie Alberico (M) California Storm
Sherice Anders (F) San Diego Sea Lions
Sasha Andrews (D) Pali Blues
Ali Andrzejewski (F) Washington Freedom
Karen Bardsley (G) Pali Blues
Greer Barnes (M) West Virginia University
Chalise Baysa (F) Seattle Sounders
Kendal Billingsley (D) West Coast FC
Jenny Bindon (G) Three Kings SC (New Zealand)
Stacy Bishop (M) Tampa Bay Hellenic
Krista Bobo (F) Atlanta Silverbacks
Brittany Bock (M) University of Notre Dame
Kimberly Bonilla (F) Pitea IF (Sweden)
Melanie Booth (D) Tampa Bay Hellenic
Zoey Bouchelle (M) Penn State University
Jenni Branam (G)
Kimberly Brandao (D) Jersey Sky Blue
Ronda Brooks (D) Atlanta Silverbacks
Jen Buczkowski (M) Chicago Gaels
Brittany Cooper M/F Atlanta Silverbacks
Fanta Cooper (F) Jersey Sky Blue
Nikki Cross (M) Umea Sodra FF (Sweden)
Katy Cross (F) Pali Blues
Kristen DeDycker (M) University of Denver
Carrie Dew (D) University of Notre Dame
Megan Dickerson (M) Utah Avalanche Spiders
Imani Dorsey (D)
Stephanie Ebner (D)
Amy Epsten (F) University of San Diego
Domenique Esposito (M) Jersey Sky Blue
Parrissa Eyorokon (M/F) Purdue University
Allison Falk (D) Stanford University
Mele French (F) Pali Blues
Holly Gault (D)
Jenae Gibbens (D) Cal State Fullerton
Jillian Gilbeau (D) University of Texas
Monica Gonzalez (F)
Kristen Graczyk (F) Soccerplus Connecticut Reds
Sheree Gray (M/F)
Joanna Haig (G)
Kelly Hammond (M) Northern Virginia Majestics
Kerri Hanks (F) University of Notre Dame
Ariel Harris (D)
Katie Hooker (M) Real Colorado
Shana Hudson (D) Tampa Bay Hellenic
Katie Hultin (G) Seattle Sounders
Chioma Igwe (M) Soccerplus Connecticut Reds
Jennifer Jeffers (M) FC Indiana
Anabel Jimenez (M) Washington Freedom
Jaimel Johnson (G) University of Tennessee
Kara Kabellis (M) Pali Blues
Marisa Kanela (F) West Virginia Illusion
Christen Karniski (D) Washington Freedom
Megan Kerns (F) University of Florida
Noelle Keselica M/F University of Virginia
Nikki Krzysik (M) University of Virginia
Jennifer Lalor-Nielson (M) San Diego Sea Lions
Temryss Lane (D) California Storm
Katie Larkin (M) BYU
Tessa Lennala (F) UC Riverside
Allison Lipsher (G) Ajax America
Stephanie Logterman (D) University of Texas
Jillian Loyden (G) Jersey Sky Blue
Allison Martino M/F Boston Renegades
Jenny Maurer (M) New England Mutiny
Alivia Mazura (D) California (Berkeley)
Meagan McCray (G) Santa Clara University
Mary Therese McDonnell (D) Boston Renegades
Kia McNeill (F) KDFF (Sweden)
Jen Mello (F) University of San Diego
Sarah Michaelson (M)
Kara Mirarchi (F)
Kasey Moore (D) University of Texas
Rebecca Moros (M) Washington Freedom
Ashley Nick (M) USC
Jennifer Nobis (F) Umea Sodra FF (Sweden)
Michele O'Brien (F) Jersey Sky Blue
Yolanda Odenyo (M) Oklahoma State University
Jessica O'Rourke (M) FC Indiana
Gwendolyn Oxenham (M)
Lyndsey Patterson (F) Atlanta Silverbacks
Ashlee Pistorius (F) Boston Renegades
Lorraine Quinn (M) Duke University
Lisa Sari (M) Seattle Sounders
Kelly Schmedes (F) Charlotte Eagles
Julia Schnugg (F) California Storm
Meghan Schnur (F) New England Mutiny
Lauren Sesselmann (F) FC Indiana
Christie Shaner (D) FC Indiana
Sarit Shenar (F) Sonderjysk (Denmark)
Alex Singer (D) University of Virginia
Julianne Sitch (D) FC Indiana
Joslyn Slovek (G) Ventura County Fusion
Amy Smerdzinski (M) Wake Forest University

Erin Smith (G) College of Charleston
Natalie Spilger (D) Balinge (Sweden)
Kati Jo Spisak (G) Washington Freedom
Sarah Steinmann (F) Atlanta Silverbacks
Lisa Stoia (M)
Erika Sutton (M) Florida State University
Rosie Tantillo (F) Pali Blues
Leah Tapscott (M) California Storm
Maggie Tomecka (M) Soccerplus Connecticut Reds
Lydia Vandenbergh (M/F) Charlotte Eagles
Lindsay Vera (F) N.C. State University
Sarah Wagenfuhr (D) Florida State University
Melissa Wayman (D) Utah Spiders
Elise Weber (D) University of Notre Dame
Tiffany Weimer (F) Aland United (Finland)
Michelle Wenino (D) University of Colorado
Maureen Whitney (D) California Storm
Nicole Wilcox (F)
Kim Yokers (M) California Storm
Emily Zurrer (D) University of Illinois
Christen Zwolski (F) New Jersey Sky Blue



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