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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
September 13th, 2012 11:18PM
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[AWARDS; Week 3] Kristin Grubka, who scored both winning goals for Florida State in wins over Florida and the College of Charleston, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played through Sept. 2. For the Soccer America Team of the Week ...

Note: Week 4 Player and Team of the Week will appear in next Women's College Soccer Reporter.

WEEK 3: Aug. 27-Sept. 2
Goalkeeper
Kelly McCormick (Mississippi), Soph.
Critical in two shutout wins over UALR (8-0) and Texas Tech (2-0) with nine saves in the two games and assist against Texas Tech.

Defenders
PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Kristin Grubka (Florida State), Soph.

Had game-winners in a pair of shutout victories over ranked Florida (1-0) and College of Charleston (4-0).

Tiffany Hurst (San Diego State), Sr.
Led defensive unit that limited ranked Pepperdine to just three shots in 1-0 victory.

Kat Ludlow (Baylor), Jr.
Assisted on first goal in  3-0 win over Nebraska and scored on header in 5-0 win over McNeese State.

Midfielders
Madison Barney (UCF), Soph.
Had two stellar outings at UCF Tournament, assisting on game-winning goal against Dartmouth (2-0) and helping shut out Georgia (1-0).

Lindsay Elston (Washington), Jr.
Scored go-ahead goal and assisted on insurance goal in 2-0 win over La Salle, added goal and assist in 3-1 victory over Fresno State.

Mallory Schaffer (William & Mary), Sr.
Posted two goals and assist to lead William & Mary to 3-0 triumph over Richmond and 2-0 road victory at Auburn.

Forwards
Kim DeCesare (Duke), Jr.
Scored two second-half goals to lead Duke to a come-from-behind over USC and had game-winning goal in 4-0 win against Washington State.

Jaclyn Dutton (Kent State), Jr.
Had fastest hat trick in team history -- 34 minutes -- in 3-0 win over Lamar and added two more goals in 4-1 win over UTSA.

Amanda Frisbie (Portland), Jr.
Scored four goals -- two in first half and two more within first three minutes of second half -- in 5-0 win over Fresno State.

Stephanie McCaffrey (Boston College), Soph.
Scored game-tying goal in 1-1 tie with Stanford that snapped Cardinal’s 51-game home win streak, then added another goal in 3-0 win over Pacific.
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