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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
September 22nd, 2009 7AM

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[COLLEGE] Freshman goalie Amy Howard, who made 12 saves to earn Auburn a 0-0 tie against top-ranked North Carolina, is Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played Sept. 14-20. For the Soccer America Women's Team of the Week ...

GOALKEEPER
Amy Howard (Auburn), Fr.
Held off North Carolina onslaught with 12 saves to earn Tigers a 0-0 tie against nation's top-ranked team.

DEFENDERS
Hayley Marsh (San Diego State), Soph.
Anchored defense that defeated Sacramento State (2-0) and Long Beach State (2-1). Also scored game-winning goal off free kick against LBSU.
Toni Pressley (Florida State), Soph.
Scored golden goal and led defense that limited intra-state rival Florida to three shots in 1-0 victory.
Brittany Taylor (Connecticut), Sr.
Led backline that did not allow a goal in wins over Providence (2-0) and Yale (1-0).

MIDFIELDER
Kirby Stenard (Charlotte), Jr.
Scored pair of game-winning goals in 4-0 victory over East Tennessee State and 1-0 win over N.C. State.

FORWARDS
Kiki Bosio (Santa Clara), Sr.
Scored golden goal to defeat Colorado, 1-0, and assisted on both goals in 2-1 win over Wisconsin.
Jessica Fuccello (Pennsylvania), Sr.
Had incredible surge with three goals in a span of eight-plus minutes to allow Quakers to come back from 3-0 deficit and tie Georgetown, 3-3.
Kayla Grimsley (South Carolina), Soph.
Scored lone goal in 1-0 win over ranked UCF and added goal in 4-1 win over South Alabama that extended her scoring streak to eight games.
Whitney Hooper (Texas A&M), Jr.
Scored two goals in 3-1 victory over previously unbeaten Portland and added second game-winner in 4-0 shutout of Sam Houston State.
Rachel Morris (Kansas), Jr.
Scored fastest goal in Jayhawk history (23 seconds) and added another goal and an assist in 4-0 win over South Dakota State and also scored in 5-0 win over ranked San Diego.
Jen Stoltenberg (Oregon), Jr.
Assisted on first goal in 4-1 win over ranked Denver and then scored winner herself in 1-0 win over Dartmouth to extend her scoring streak to seven games.

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