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Soccer America Women's Preseason All-Americans
August 16th, 2012 2:49AM

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[AWARDS] Defending champion Stanford, Florida State, Penn State and Wake Forest lead all schools with two players each among 25 women named Soccer America's Preseason All-Americans.

Nine Preseason All-Americans -- seven Americans and two Canadians -- are in Japan for the Under-20 Women's World Cup that begins on Sunday.

Defender Natasha Anasi represents Duke, ranked No. 1 in the Soccer America Preseason Top 25.

Goalkeepers
PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
Aubrey Bledsoe
, Wake Forest, Jr.
Adrianna Franch, Oklahoma State, Sr.
Emily Oliver, Stanford, Jr.

Defenders
PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
Natasha Anasi, Duke, Jr.
Abigail Dahlkemper, UCLA, Soph.
Ines Jaurena, Florida State, Sr.
Alina Garciamendez, Stanford, Sr.
Ally Miller, Marquette, Sr.

Midfielders
PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
Morgan Brian, Virginia, Soph.
Vanessa DiBernardo, Illinois, Jr.
Crystal Dunn, North Carolina, Jr.
Julie Johnston, Santa Clara, Jr.
Kristen Mewis, Boston College, Sr.
Christine Nair, Penn State, Sr.
Mallory Schaffer, William & Mary, Sr.
Erika Tymrak, Florida, Sr.

Forwards
PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
Christine Exeter, Louisville, Jr.
Maya Hayes, Penn State, Jr.
Tishia Jewell, UCF, Sr.
Nadia Link, Long Beach State, Sr.
Tiffany McCarty, Florida State, Sr.
Kelley Monogue, Texas A&M, Soph.
Christabel Oduro, Memphis Jr.
Katie Stengel, Wake Forest, Jr.
Becca Wann, Richmond, Soph.



1 comment
  1. James Madison
    commented on: August 16, 2012 at 11:19 p.m.
    Typical that the experts do not notice quiet little Rachel Quon of Stanford, who will move this year from right back to the key defending-attacking spot at left back in place of the graduated and also under-rated Cami Levin

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