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Women dominate Best of U.S. Soccer
January 20th, 2012 1:03AM

TAGS:  men's national team, women's national team


[AWARDS] Given the U.S. women’s national team’s dramatic run at the 2011 Women’s World Cup, it was no surprise that the women captured the majority of 2011’s Best of U.S. Soccer awards. They captured seven of the 11 awards. For all the awards ...

Note: Athlete of the Year awards will be announced on Friday.

2011 AWARDS:
Best Assist
Megan Rapinoe to Abby Wambach, July 10 vs. Brazil 80%
Alex Morgan to Abby Wambach, July 17 vs. Japan 7%
Clint Dempsey to Landon Donovan, June 25 vs. Mexico 4%

Best Fan Tribute
Teach Me How to Wambach 35%
C.J. Sapong’s Rap 25%
Women’s World Cup Song 17%

Best Goal
Abby Wambach, July 10 vs. Brazil 63%
Lauren Cheney, June 5 vs. Mexico 9%
Heather O’Reilly, July 2 vs. Colombia 9%

Best Goal Celebration
U.S. WNT, One for the Troops 29%
U.S. WNT, Comeback Complete 28%
Megan Rapinoe, Born in the USA 25%

Best Off the Field Moment
Hope Solo on DWTS 19%
Military Open Training in Germany 17%
Abby Wambach and Hope Solo on Letterman 15%

Best Performance: Academy
Juan Agudelo, U.S. MNT 39%
Kekuta Manneh, Lonestar SC 19%
Josh Gatt, Molde 16%

Best Performance: Player
Hope Solo, July 10 vs. Brazil 39%
Ali Krieger, July 10 vs. Brazil 27%
Abby Wambach, July 17 vs. Japan 18%

Best Performance: Team
WNT vs. Brazil, July 10 82%
WNT vs. Japan, July 17 9%
U-17 MNT vs. Brazil, Dec. 4 4%

Best Soccer Bar
O'Brien's Pub: San Diego, Calif. 25%
Kells Irish Pub: Portland, Ore. 6%
Nevada Smiths: New York, N.Y. 6%

Best Twitter
Megan Rapinoe (@mpinoe) 33%
Ali Krieger (@alexbkrieger) 29%
U.S. WNT (@ussoccer_wnt) 15%

Best Studio 90 Feature
Wild Turkey 45%
Roomies 4 Life 38%
Lauren Cheney Defeats Host at HORSE 7%

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