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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
October 20th, 2009 7AM

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Sophomore Sarah Hagen, who extended her goal scoring streak to nine games with all three goals in a 2-0 win at Detroit and 1-0 victory over Wright State that gave Wisconsin-Milwaukee the Horizon League regular-season title, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played Oct. 12-18. For the Soccer America Women's Team of the Week ...

GOALKEEPER
Alley Ronaldi (Mississippi), Soph.
Had five saves in 0-0 tie at high-scoring LSU and made season-high nine saves in 1-0 win at Arkansas.

DEFENDERS
Allison McBride (Marquette), Sr.
Anchored defense in wins at Cincinnati (1-0) and Louisville (2-0) moved Golden Eagles into first place in Big East's American Division.
Ali Riley (Stanford), Sr.
Played key role in a pair of shutout wins over ranked Pac-10 rivals, UCLA (2-0) and USC (4-0).

MIDFIELDERS
Tahnai Annis (Florida), Soph.
Scored tying goal in 2-2 tie at Tennessee and only goal in 1-0 win at ranked Georgia.
Hailey Beam (Charlotte), Sr.
Scored goal and assisted on game-winning goal in 4-0 win over Richmond and assisted on all three goals in 3-2 comeback win over George Washington.
Alyssa Davila (USC), Jr.
Had two goals, including golden goal, in 3-2 win at ranked California.
Michelle Enyeart (Portland), Sr.
Scored two goals against Pepperdine (6-0) and had a goal and three assists against Loyola Marymount (4-0).

FORWARDS
Sarah Hagen (Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Soph.
Accounted for all three goals in 2-0 win at Detroit and 1-0 victory over Wright State, giving her nine straight games with at least one goal.
Morgan Marlborough (Nebraska), Fr.

Scored her 20th and 21st goals of the season in 2-1 win over ranked Texas A&M.
Taylor  Knaack (Notre Dame), Jr.
Had two goals and assist in 6-1 win over Connecticut and added another goal in 2-0 win over Providence.
Becca Thomas (UCF), Sr.
Scored winning goal at Rice (2-1) and had pair of penalty kicks in (2-1) win at Houston to give her the winning goal in the Knights' last four games.

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