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Seniors dominate Soccer America MVPs first team
December 17th, 2009 9:15AM



[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] Seven seniors, including Whitney Engen and Tobin Heath of national champion North Carolina, head the 2009 Soccer America MVPs first team. At least one Tar Heel has been named to the Soccer America MVPs since they were introduced in 1988. The only other teams with two players on the 2009 MVPs first team are runner-up Stanford and Portland. For the complete Soccer America Women's MVPs first- and second-team selections ...

G Kristin Olsen, USC, Sr.
F Lauren Cheney, UCLA, Sr.
D Whitney Engen, North Carolina, Sr.
F Michelle Enyeart, Portland, Sr.
M Tobin Heath, North Carolina, Sr.
F Melissa Henderson, Notre Dame, Soph.
D Blakely Mattern, South Carolina, Sr.
F Tiffany McCarty, Florida State, Soph.
F Kelley O'Hara, Stanford, Sr.
F Christen Press, Stanford, Jr.
M Sophie Schmidt, Portland, Jr.

G Jillian Mastroianni, Boston College, Soph.
D Jordan Angeli, Santa Clara, Sr.
M Mandi Back, Dayton, Sr.
D Becky Edwards, Florida State, Sr.
F Kaley Fountain, Wake Forest, Sr.
F Danielle Foxhoven, Portland, Soph.
F Sydney Leroux, UCLA, Soph.
F Casey Nogueira, North Carolina, Sr.
D Ali Riley, Stanford, Sr.
F Jasmyne Spencer, Maryland, Soph.
D Brittany Taylor, Connecticut, Sr.

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