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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
October 13th, 2009 7AM
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Portland sophomore Danielle Foxhoven scored a career-high four goals and an assist in 7-0 victory over Gonzaga, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played Oct. 5-11, her second Player of the Week award. For the Soccer America Women's Team of the Week ...

GOALKEEPER
Tara Campbell (Duke), Fr.
Made eight saves with diving stops and key punch-outs on corner kicks to lead Blue Devils to 0-0 tie against ranked Florida State.

DEFENDERS
Jennie Clark (Minnesota), Jr.
Led defense that held ranked Purdue to to just four shots in the second half and no corner kicks in 1-0 Big Ten win.
Blakely Mattern (South Carolina), Sr.
Scored both goals in 2-0 win over Alabama for unbeaten Gamecocks.

MIDFIELDERS
Danielle Johnson (Mississippi), Sr.
Scored both Rebel goals in 1-0 win at ranked Georgia and 1-1 tie at Tennessee.
Meghan Lewis (West Virginia), Soph.
Helped defense shut down Syracuse, 1-0, and scored her first career goal in 1-0 victory over ranked St. John's.
Becca Thomas (UCF), Sr.
Scored both game-winners and added one assist to give Knights C-USA wins over UTEP (3-2) and Colorado College (4-1).

FORWARDS
Danielle Foxhoven (Portland), Soph.
Scored a career-high four goals and an assist in 7-0 victory over Gonzaga, giving her nine goals in the last three games.
Sarah Hagen (Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Soph.
Tied her school record with goals in seven games in a row, scoring three in 8-0 win over Cleveland State and two in 6-1 win over Youngstown State.
Jill Hutchinson (Wake Forest), Sr.
Scored a pair of goals in 3-0 win victory over ranked Florida State for her third multi-goal game of season.
Kailyn Kugler (UC Santa Barbara), Jr.
Scored lone goal in 1-0 win over Cal State Northridge and both goals in 2-1 comeback win over UC Riverside.
Morgan Marlborough (Nebraska), Fr.
Scored three times in 5-2 victory over Oklahoma to increase her nation-leading total to 19 goals.
Danielle Toney (Penn State), Jr.
Led Nittany Lions with win and assist in a pair of wins over Northwestern (2-0) and Iowa (4-0).

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