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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
November 11th, 2009 6:45AM

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  Sophomore Sarah Hagen, who scored all four goals in Wisconsin-Milwaukee's 4-0 win over Valparaiso in Horizon League final, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played Nov. 2-8. For the Soccer America Women's Team of the Week ...

GOALKEEPER
Caitlin Hunter (UNC Wilmington), Fr.
Made five saves in 1-0 win over James Madison that gave Seahawks their first CAA championship.

DEFENDERS
Blakely Mattern (South Carolina), Sr.
Scored tying goal with two minutes remaining to send SEC final to overtime and help Gamecocks edge LSU for the title.
Melinda Mercado (Oklahoma State), Soph.
Played important role for Cowgirls, who won Big 12 title with 1-0 win over Texas A&M for their eighth win in a row.
Jessie Rogers (Denver), Jr.
Scored on header to give Pioneers1-0 win over UALR for their fourth consecutive Sun Belt championship.
Jessica Schuveiller (Notre Dame), Soph.
Scored golden goal to defeat St. John's, 2-1, in Big East semifinals.
Emma Thomson (Penn State), Soph.
Englishwoman was defensive catalyst in deterring Michigan's offensive attack in 2-0 win that clinched Big Ten title.

MIDFIELDERS
Cara Cornacchia (Dayton), Jr.
Named Most Outstanding Player in helping unbeaten Dayton win Atlantic 10 championship.
Sophie Hargreaves (Murray State), Soph.

Played key role in leading Racers to 4-0 win over Tennessee Tech in Ohio Valley championship game.

FORWARDS
Sarah Hagen (Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Soph.
Scored all four goals to lead Panthers to 4-0 win over Valparaiso in Horizon League final.
Casey Nogueira (North Carolina), Sr.
Scored two goals in opening 13 minutes and led North Carolina to 3-0 win over Florida State for its 20th ACC championship in 22 years.
Kelley O'Hara (Stanford), Sr.
Had hat trick in 4-1 victory over California that pushed her season total to 23 goals, a new Stanford single-season record.

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