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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
September 29th, 2009 7AM

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[COLLEGE] Senior Rachel Yepez, who had three goals and two assists for LSU in SEC wins over ranked Georgia (6-0) and Tennessee (5-1), is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played Sept. 21-27. For the Soccer America Women's Team of the Week ...

GOALKEEPER
Coral Hoover (Cal Poly), Sr.
Made nine saves in 1-0 win over ranked Cal and earned another shutout in 3-0 victory over Arizona.

DEFENDERS
Chelsea Buehning (USC), Soph.
Scored winning goal and helped defense stymied ranked Santa Clara in 2-0 win on the road.
Jessica Schuveiller (Notre Dame), Soph.

Scored winner in 2-1 win at Cincinnati and was part of backline that shut out Louisville, 1-0.
Andrea Willis (BYU), Sr.
Scored first goal of season in 3-2 win over Southern Utah and anchored defense in 3-0 win over Utah State, Cougars' fifth in a row.

MIDFIELDERS
Amber McCall (Floria Gulf Coast), Sr.
Scored game-winning goals in wins over Atlantic Sun perennial powers Mercer (2-1) and Kennesaw State (1-0).

FORWARDS
Kaitlin Bast (Denver), Fr.
Had two goals and had two assists against Louisiana-Monroe (6-0) and recorded hat trick against Louisiana-Lafayette (6-1).
Corky Julien (James Madison), Sr.
Canadian scored gamewinner in 2-1 victory at George Mason and golden goal in 3-2 home win over Towson.
Tiffany McCarty (Florida State), Soph.
Scored first goal in 2-1 win over Maryland and added goal and game-winning assist in 3-2 win over Boston College.
Laurie Nosbusch (Wisconsin), Soph.
Garnered first career hat trick after scoring winning goal in 88th minute of 3-2 victory over ranked Indiana.
Whitney Palmer (Oklahoma), Jr.
Scored two early first-half goals in 3-2 win over ranked Texas A&M, Sooners' first win over Aggies in 15 meetings.
Rachel Yepez, (LSU), Sr.
Had goal and two assists in 6-0 win over Georgia and added two goals in 5-1 victory over Tennessee.

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