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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
October 17th, 2012 11:22PM
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[AWARDS: Week 9] Canadian Olympic bronze-medalist Jonelle Filigno is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played through Oct. 14 after leading Rutgers to a pair of Big East wins with two goals in both games. For the Soccer America Team of the Week ...

Kayla King (Kentucky), Jr.
Recorded back-to-back shutouts on the road at Tennessee and Georgia (both 1-0 wins), where she had a career-high 10 saves.

Natasha Anasi (Duke), Jr.
Led defensive unit that was solid in 3-0 win over N.C. State and 1-1 tie with Wake Forest.
Alexa St. Martin (Georgetown), Jr.
Helped Hoyas secure pair of shutouts with 2-0 victory over Notre Dame and 1-0 overtime win over DePaul.

Jo Dragotta (Florida), Sr.
Had game-winning goals in both Gator matches, scoring in 85th minute in 2-1 win over ranked Missouri and two late goals in 4-1 victory over Mississippi State.
Hikaru Murakami (Florida State), Soph.
Scored first collegiate goal in 1-0 victory over Virginia Tech and played key role on play that led to penalty kick that won game against Virginia in overtime.
Hannah O’Donnell (Northeastern), Soph.
Scored three goals, including two game-winners, in CAA victories over Towson (2-1) and George Mason (2-0).

Renae Cuellar (Oklahoma), Sr.
Posted two game-winning goals with lone goal in win over Kansas (1-0) and goal in 3-1 win over TCU.
Jonelle Filigno (Rutgers), Jr.
Had two goals and assist in 3-0 win against Louisville and two goals in a 5-0 win against Cincinnati.
Lauren Granberg (Ohio State), Sr.
Posted first career hat trick in 4-1 win over Iowa and had assist in 4-0 win over Nebraska.
Lauren Hughes (Rice), Fr.
Scored game-winning goal in nationally televised game against Memphis (2-0) and had goal in fourth minute at UAB (3-2).
Megan Jurado (San Diego State), Sr.
Had game-winner from penalty spot and assist in 2-1 victory at UNLV and scored first two goals before assisting on third in 3-1 win at Fresno State.
Taylor Uhl (Minnesota), Soph.
Had two goals and assist against Illinois (3-0) and scored game-winning goal against Northwestern (1-0).

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