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Seniors nominated for Lowe's award
August 27th, 2009 8:31AM
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AWARDS ... Seven members of the 2009 Soccer America Men's Preseason All-American team and five players on the Soccer America Women's Preseason All-American team are among the 60 candidates for the 2009 Lowe's Senior CLASS Award, given to a senior who has achieved notable accomplishments in four areas of excellence -- classroom, character, community and competition.

Men's Soccer Candidates
Francisco Aristeguieta, South Florida
Mark Blades, Northwestern
Zak Boggs, South Florida
Ronnie Bouemboue, N.C. State
Nick Cukar, San Jose State
Malcolm DeBaun, Loyola (Ill.)
Richard Edgar, George Mason
Joel Gustafsson, St. John's
Rylan Hawkins, Washington
Craig Henderson, Dartmouth
Steven Kinney, Elon
Kyle Knotek, Northern Illinois
Andrew Kydes, Army
Tennant McVea, Loyola (Md.)
Devin Muntz, Princeton
Benjamin Murray, Dayton
J.T. Noone, Temple
Patrick Sampson, Loyola Marymount
Ofori Sarkodie, Indiana
Zack Schilawski, Wake Forest
Chris Schuler, Creighton
Assaf Sheleg, Saint Peter's
Austin Skakle, Campbell
Dean Sorrell, UAB
Toni Stahl, Connecticut
Michael Thomas, Notre Dame
Alexander Torda, Dayton
Eric Weigman,  IUPUI
Jason Yeisley, Penn State
Ben Zemanski, Akron
 
Women's Candidates
Hailey Beam, Charlotte
Elizabeth Betterbed, Army
Kelsey Davis, Portland
Becky Edwards, Florida State
Kristi Eveland, North Carolina
Kim Feeney, Loyola Marymount
Theresa Ferraina, Loyola (Md.)
Rachel Friedman, Western Kentucky
KayAnne Gummersall, Duke
Erin Guthrie, Rutgers
Lauren Hyde, Florida
Kim Kemper, Sacramento State
Kasey Langdon, Oklahoma State
Lauren Lopez, UNC Greensboro
Nikki Marshall, Colorado
Blakely Mattern, South Carolina
Katrina McCrory, IUPUI
Courtney McMahon, Manhattan
Sophia Merrifield,Yale
Katie Miller, Marquette
Angie Muir, Butler
Lizzy Nichols, Harvard
Kelley O'Hara, Stanford
Emily Peterson, Texas A&M
Sophie Reiser, Columbia
Ali Riley, Stanford
Myra Sack, Dartmouth
Katie Schoepfer, Penn State
Lindsey Smart, Utah State
Amanda Waugh, Central Michigan


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