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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
August 31st, 2011 12:01AM



[AWARDS] Senior Courtney Jones, whose golden goal gave North Carolina a 2-1 win over defending national champion Notre Dame, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played Aug. 22-28. For Soccer America's Week 2 Team of the Week ...

Soccer America Women's Team of the Week (Aug. 22-28)
G Maddie Jobe, Iowa State, Soph.
Extended scoreless streak to 380 minutes this season -- and 550 minutes dating back to last season -- with 0-0 tie at Green Bay and 2-0 upset of ranked Washington.
F Sarah Hagen, Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Sr.
Tallied three goals at Milwaukee Cup, two in 3-2 win over Long Beach State and final goal in 3-0 win over Saint Louis.
F Maya Hayes, Penn State, Soph.
Scored twice against ranked West Virginia (5-0) and had a goal against Richmond (3-0).
D Tiffany Hurst, San Diego State, Jr.
Assisted on game-winner in 2-1 win over Minnesota and started sequence that led to winning goal in 1-0 victory over powerhouse Portland.
D Libby Jandl, Duke, Jr.
Led Duke to 2-0 win over Houston, then had another big game on defense in 3-1 victory over defending national champion Notre Dame. 
F Courtney Jones, North Carolina, Sr.

Figured in both goals, including golden goal, in 2-1 win over Notre Dame, then assisted on opening goal in 6-1 win over Houston.
F Taylor Krebs, Boston University, Fr.
Helped BU get off to its best since 2004, scoring game-winning goal against Illinois State (3-2) and added another game-winner against Loyola (Md.) (3-0).
F Sydney Leroux, UCLA, Sr.
First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic MVP scored game-winning goal in 2-1 come-from-behind victory over host Tennessee, then added insurance goal in 2-0 win over ranked Florida.
F Sarah Rhodes, Gonzaga, Sr.
Led Bulldogs to pair of wins at Bronco Invite, scoring both goals in 2-1 comeback win over Air Force and in 1-0 victory over Boise State.
M Dominqu Richardson, Missouri, Jr.
Notched the lone goal as Tigers knocked off 2010 NCAA Division I semifinals Ohio State.
F Lauren Wilson, James Madison, Soph.
Tied school record by distributing four assists in 6-0 romp of Pittsburgh, then scored game-winning goal in 1-0 victory over Stony Brook.

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