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NAIA WOMEN: Lee snatches first title
December 8th, 2008 8AM
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Lee University of Tennessee won the NAIA women's title with a 3-0 win over Concordia (Ore.) in Saturday's final in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Freshman Jamie Achten had a goal and an assist to finish the season as the Lady Flames' leader with 22 goals and 22 assists.

Meg Willette
and Tiffany Cox also scored for Lee, which won the first women's soccer title in its history.

GAME SUMMARIES:
Semifinals
Dec. 5 in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Concordia (Ore.) 3 Lindsey Wilson 0. Goals: Ramback (Miller) 13, Verhoftsadt 76, Ramback 90.
Concordia -- G.Christensen, Turner, Ramback,Verhofstadt, Smith, Orr, Pronovost, Miller, Hendrickson, Peterson, Pronovost. Subs: MacBride, Saldivar, Tebbs, Andrews, McFadden.
Lindsey Wilson -- Revlett, Hamilton, Gutierrez, Theordordottir, Houliston, Heaton, Burke, Bottcher, Gregerson, Kato, Christensen. Subs: Clarke, Parker, Brodie, Myers, Metsola.

Dec. 5 in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Lee 3 Trinity Christian 2.
Goals: Kaelin (C.Christensen) 6, Kaelin 11, Achten (Good) 29; own goal 78, Carly Comerouski.
Lee -- Koudelka, Chase, Tuck, Good, Jamie Achten, Hare, Donnestad, C.Christensen, Jenna Achten, Kaelin, L.Christensen. Subs: Lawson, Neely, Cox, Shelton, Willette, Hickey, Barrios, Carbine, Lima, Eisnaugle, Terry.
Trinity Christian -- Gonzalez, Brunt, Visser, Prins, Billin, Clare Comerouski, Airth, Buikema, B. Lee, Doyle, Carly Comerouski. Subs: Blomgren, Tadla, Scartozzi, DeGroot, Lee, E.Comerouski, Faasse.

Final
Dec. 7 in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Lee 3 Concordia (Ore.) 0.
Goals: Jamie Achten 38, Willette (L.Christensen) 41, Cox (Jamie Achten) 52.
Lee -- Koudelka, Chase, Tuck, Good, Jamie Achten, Hare, Donnestad, C.Christensen, Kaelin, Carbine, L.Christensen. Subs: Neely, Cox, Shelton, Willette, Hickey, Barrios, Lima.
Concordia -- G.Christensen, Turner, Ramback,Verhofstadt, Orr, Justine Pronovost, Saldivar, Miller, Tebbs, Peterson, Jessica Pronovost. Subs: MacBride, Smith, Hendrickson, Andrews, McFadden.

AWARDS:
All-Tournament Team
Forwards
Claire Comerouski, Trinity Christian
Jamie Achten. Lee
Kimmia Parker, Lindsey Wilson
Bridget Brotherton, Azusa Pacific (Calif.)
Midfielders
Justine Pronovost, Concordia (Ore.)
Jenna Achten, Lee
Christiane Christensen, Lee
Caitlin Verhofstadt, Concordia (Ore.)
Defenders
Marcia Silva, Martin Methodist
Jackie Pronovost, Concordia (Ore.)
Mindi Prins, Trinity Christian
Kristine Tuck, Lee
Goalkeeper
Georgie Christensen, Concordia (Ore.)
Most Valuable Defender: Jackie Pronovost, Concordia (Ore.)
Most Valuable Offensive Player: Jamie Achten, Lee
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