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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
October 27th, 2009 7AM
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[COLLEGE] For the third time this year, Portland sophomore Danielle Foxhoven is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week, earning the honor for games played Oct. 19-25 thanks to two-goal and four-goal performances in WCC wins for the No. 2-ranked Pilots. For the Soccer America Women's Team of the Week ...

GOALKEEPER
Rachel Bachtel (Vanderbilt), Jr.
Made six saves in 3-0 win over Mississippi State and four saves in 1-0 win over ranked Mississippi for her third straight shutout.

DEFENDERS
Brittney Macdonald (Miami, Fla.), Jr.
Played key role in defensive effort that limited North Carolina to 13 shots in Hurricanes' 1-0 victory.
Julie Scheidler (Notre Dame), Jr.
Anchored defense and added assists in 2-0 wins over Villanova and Georgetown.
Ella Stephan (Florida State), Soph.
Scored winner against North Carolina (3-2) on header off with 12 seconds left in overtime and anchored defense that shut down UNC late and then shut out N.C. State (2-0) three days later.

MIDFIELDER
Red Nixon (Oregon State), Sr.
Set up tying goal and scored winning goal in 2-1 victory over ranked USC.

FORWARDS
Heather Berg (Stetson), Sr.
Set school records for goals and points in a game with final four goals and two assists in 7-0 victory over East Tennessee State.
Danielle Foxhoven (Portland), Soph.
Became first player in UP history to score four goals twice in the same season, scoring four goals in 8-0 win over San Francisco two days after she scored twice in 5-1 win over St. Mary's.
KayAnne Gummersall (Duke), Sr.
Registered her first career hat trick with three goals to lead Blue Devils to 4-1 victory over ranked Virginia Tech.
Rebecca Howell (Auburn), Sr.

Collected pair of game-winning goals with goal in program's first-ever win at Tennessee (3-1) and both goals in 2-0 win at ranked Georgia.
Kelley O'Hara (Stanford), Sr.
Scored golden goal in 2-1 win at Washington State and winning goal in 3-0 victory over Washington.
Katie Schoepfer (Penn State), Sr.
Scored three goals and added assist to have role in first four goals in Lions' 6-0 win over Illinois.

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