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2012 Women's MVPs
January 15th, 2013 2:16AM

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[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] National champion North Carolina was the only team to place two players -- juniors Crystal Dunn and Kealia Ohai -- the 2012 Soccer America MVPs first team. The other three Women's College Cup finalists -- Florida State, Penn State and Stanford -- all placed one player on both the first and second teams. For all the 2012 Soccer America MVPs ...

MVPs First Team
G Haley Kopmeyer (Michigan), Sr.
F Zakiya Bywaters (UCLA), Sr.
M Daphne Corboz (Georgetown) Soph.
M Crystal Dunn
(North Carolina), Jr.
D Alina Garciamendez (Stanford), Sr.
D Ines Jaurena (Florida State), Sr.
D Lindsi Lisonbee Cutshall (BYU), Sr.
F Caroline Miller (Virginia), Sr.
M Christine Nairn (Penn State), Sr.
F Kealia Ohai (North Carolina), Jr.
M Erika Tymrak (Florida), Sr.

MVPs Second Team
G Adrianna Franch (Oklahoma State), Sr.
M Morgan Brian (Virginia), Soph.
M Vanessa DiBernardo
(Illinois), Jr.
F Maya Hayes (Penn State), Jr.
M Julie Johnston (Santa Clara), Jr.
M Megan Jurado (San Diego State), Sr.
F Tiffany McCarty (Florida State), Sr.
M Kristen Mewis (Boston College), Sr.
D Rachel Quon (Stanford), Sr.
F Katie Stengel (Wake Forest), Jr.
D Ally Miller (Marquette), Sr.
F Laura Weinberg
(Duke), Jr.



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