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Stanford again places three players on All-Freshman first team
December 17th, 2009 9:15AM



For the second year in a row, Stanford placed three players on the Soccer America Women's All-Freshman first team. Defenders Alina Garciamendez and Rachel Quon and midfielder Mariah Nogueira helped the Cardinal to a 25-1-0 record. Last year, Camille Levin, Teresa Noyola and Lindsay Taylor were first-team picks. For the complete Soccer America Women's All-Freshman first- and second-team selections ...

G Adrianna Franch, Oklahoma State
M Amber Brooks, North Carolina
F Victoria DiMartino, Boston College
D Alina Garciamendez, Stanford
M Kendall Johnson, Portland
F Morgan Marlborough, Nebraska
M Kristie Mewis, Boston College
M Christine Nairn, Penn State
M Mariah Nogueira, Stanford
F Carlee Payne, BYU
D Rachel Quon, Stanford

G Katherine Boone, Dayton
D Bailey Brandon, Central Michigan
M Lucy Bronze, North Carolina
M Zakiya Bywaters, UCLA
M Chelsea Cline, UCLA
M Kelly Conheeney, Virginia Tech
D Laura Eddy, Georgia
D Ines Jaurena, Florida State
F Devin Petta, Northeastern
M Erika Tymrak, Florida
M Allie Vernon, Santa Clara

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