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Lee makes it three in a row
December 6th, 2010 4:44AM

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[NAIA WOMEN] Lee  captured its third straight NAIA women’s championship with a 3-0 win over Hastings in Saturday's final in Decatur, Ala.

“To be honest, I don think that words can express how this feels,” Lee coach Matt Yelton said. “This is a special group; these girls are just amazing. Of the three that we have won, this was the toughest and it is very special for me. Our half of the bracket was extremely tough and to make it out on top and hold the national championship trophy really is an accomplishment.”

Freshman Danielle Ciabattone put Lee ahead late in the first half, Samantha Hare added her third goal of the national tournament in the 64th minute and freshman Ode Fulutudilu added an insurance goal 20 minutes later.

All-Tournament Team
Kristi Koudelka    GK   Lee (Tenn.)
Samantha Hare    D    Lee (Tenn.)
Rebecca Glisan    D    Hastings (Neb.)
Delina Papa    D    Azusa Pacific (Calif.)
Carly Dickens    D    Baker (Kan.)
Linda Mathisen    MF    Robert Morris (Ill.)
Bernadette Witz    MF    California Baptist
Danielle Doerfler    MF    William Jewell (Mo.)
Jordan Dolbin    MF    Baker (Kan.)
Laura Feehs    F    Azusa Pacific (Calif.)
Jamie Achten    F    Lee (Tenn.)
Jessica Carlson    F    Hastings (Neb.)
Natalia Nino    F    William Carey (Miss.)
Outstanding Offensive Player
Jessica Carlson, Hastings (Neb.)

Outstanding Defensive Player
Kristi Koudelka, Lee (Tenn.)

Most Valuable Player
Samantha Hare, Lee (Tenn.)



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