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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week (Sept. 24-30)
October 9th, 2012 4:52PM
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[AWARDS: Week 7] Dagny Brynjarsdottir, who scored the game-winning goals for top-ranked Florida State in ACC wins at North Carolina and N.C. State, was the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played through Sept. 30. For the Soccer America Team of the Week ...

(Note: Women's Team of the Week for games played through Oct. 7 will appear later this week.)

Lindsey Luke (Utah), Fr.
Made 17 saves and allowed just one goal in Pac-12 wins over Washington State (2-1) and Washington (2-0).
Marissa Diggs (UCF), Jr.
Commanded a defense that locked up two shutouts over Houston and Rice and held them to just nine shots and five corners combined.
Emily Jacobson (Marquette), Jr.
Helped Golden Eagles secure a pair of shutouts and had goal and assist against Big East opponents: 2-0 win over Louisville and 5-0 victory over Cincinnati.

Dagny Brynjarsdottir (Florida State), Soph.
Scored two game-winning goals for top-ranked Seminoles in ACC wins at North Carolina (1-0) and N.C. State (2-0).
Daphne Corboz (Georgetown), Soph.
Scored five goals and added assist in 8-0 win over Pittsburgh, setting Big East record for points in a game.
Paige Strahan (Texas Tech), Soph.
Scored game-winner in 2-1 victory over Iowa State after netting opening goal in 2-1 win over Oklahoma.


Cortlyn Bristol (William & Mary), Sr.
Contributed two game-winning goals and assist to lead Tribe to CAA road victories: 1-0 at George Mason and 5-0 at Towson.
Callie Payetta (Pepperdine), Sr.
Scored lone goal -- her fifth career game-winner -- to lift Waves to 1-0 upset at Boston College.
Christabel Oduro (Memphis), Jr.
Scored two goals and added three assists in wins over East Carolina (2-0) and Marshall (7-1).
Shannen Wacker (FGCU), Soph.
Scored hat trick in 6-0 win over Northern Kentucky after scoring both goals in 2-0 victory over Lipscomb
Colleen Williams (Dayton), Sr.
Collected second career hat trick, tying UD’s all-time career goals record, and had two assists in 7-2 victory over Rhode Island.

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