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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
September 26th, 2012 8:29PM

TAGS:  college women


[AWARDS: Week 6] Maryland's Hayley Brock, who scored three goals against Duke and Wake Forest to give her goals in all four ACC matches, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played through Sept. 23. For the Soccer America Team of the Week ...

Haley Kopmeyer (Michigan), Sr.
Notched seven saves in shutouts in Big Ten wins at Minnesota (1-0) and at No. 14 Wisconsin (3-0)

Melissa Chapman (Drexel), Soph.
Scored game-tying goal in 1-1 draw with George Mason and game-winning goal, also on header, in 4-0 win over Georgia State as Drexel extended unbeaten streak to nine games.

Shannon Van Riper (St. Bonaventure), Sr.
Totaled three goals, including game-winning goal against Niagara and game-tying strike against Canisius in 4-3 and 3-2 Little Three wins, respectively.

Kylie Davis (Memphis), Soph.
Scored golden goal just two minutes into overtime in 2-1 win over ranked UCF and had goal and assist in 2-0 win over Southern Mississippi.

Julie Johnston (Santa Clara), Jr.
Scored game-winning goal in both victories, golden goal against Cal State Northridge (1-0) and first of three second-half Bronco goals against Washington State (3-0).

Megan Jurado (San Diego State), Sr.
Recorded game-tying goal in 3-2 win over UC Irvine, then had two goals and an assist in 3-1 victory over UC Santa Barbara.

Hayley Brock (Maryland), Jr.
Scored first Terrapin goal in 2-2 draw at Duke and scored opening goal and assisted on winner in 2-1 win at Wake Forest, another ranked ACC opponent.

Kristen Hamilton (Denver), Jr.

Hat trick at ranked Portland  led Pioneers to 3-1 win, their first Top 25 win since beating No. 1 Stanford in 2007.

Holly Hargreaves (Rice), Fr.
Recorded lone goal in 1-0 victory over Tulsa, and scored game-winner in 87th minute in addition to two assists in 3-2 victory over SMU.

Maya Hayes (Penn State), Jr.
Netted two goals at Northwestern (4-1) and had goal and assist at Illinois (4-0).

Frances Silva (West Virginia), Jr.
Scored both goals in 2-1 win over Texas Tech and game-winner in 1-0 upset win over Oklahoma State to give her seven goals in last four matches.

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