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IUPUI is chosen to claim title
August 16th, 2010 5:06AM

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[SUMMIT WOMEN] IUPUI, the 2009 Summit League champion, has been selected as the preseason favorite in a vote among the league's 10 head coaches.

IUPUI returns reigning Offensive Player of the Year Alicia Brock for her junior season. She combined with second-team all-league performer Megan Hock for 20 of the team's 41 goals.

South Dakota State, second in the poll, welcomes back first team all-league selection Kaitlin Justice, along with second team honorees Stephanie Berube and Kayla Braffet.

Two first team all-league selections -- Abbey Stratton and Brooklyn Dyce -- headline the top returnees at North Dakota State, third in the preseason poll.

2010 Summit Preseason Women’s Poll
1. IUPUI 75 (5) 17-5-0 (7-2-0)
2. South Dakota State 71 (2) 11-7-2 (7-2-0)
3. North Dakota State 69 (3) 10-8-2 (7-2-0)
4. Oakland 57 7-9-1 (4-4-1)
5. Western Illinois 49 8-8-2 (5-3-1)
6. Oral Roberts 41 8-9-0 (5-4-0)
7. IPFW 34 4-12-1 (3-6-0)
8. Southern Utah 27 3-14-2 (1-7-1)
9. UMKC 16 1-17-1 (1-8-0)
10. Centenary 11 11-6-1 (3-5-1)



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