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Pali Blues' Andrews earns third straight nod
July 23rd, 2013 11:39PM

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[W-LEAGUE: Awards] Pali Blues defender Sasha Andrews earned her third consecutive all-conference selection, and five other players -- Grace Hawkins (Long Island), Catherine Charron-Delage (Laval), Nkemjika Ezurike (Laval), Alyscha Mottershead (Ottawa) and Brooke Spence (Colorado Rapids Women) -- were named for the second year in a row to the W-League all-conference teams.

2013 W-League All-Conference Teams:
Southeastern Conference
GK – Elizabeth Hull, Carolina Elite Cobras
D – McCallie Jones, Charlotte Lady Eagles
D – Blakely Mattern, Carolina Elite Cobras
D – Meghan Scharer, Dayton Dutch Lions
D – Ashley Swinehart, Carolina Elite Cobras
MF – Stacy Bishop, VSI Tampa Bay
MF – Leah Fortune, Charlotte Lady Eagles
MF – Amanda Naeher, Charlotte Lady Eagles
F – Emilie Fillion, Dayton Dutch Lions
F – Savannah Jordan, Atlanta Silverbacks
F – Cherie Sayon, Atlanta Silverbacks
 
Northeastern Conference
GK – Lauren Vetock, Virginia Beach Piranhas
D – Rachel Breton, New Jersey Wildcats
D – Gabby Charno, Long Island Rough Riders
D – Meghan Cox, Washington Spirit Reserves
D – Jessica Kalongi, Virginia Beach Piranhas
MF – Esther Anyanwu, Virginia Beach Piranhas
MF – Amber Stobbs, Wash. Spirit Reserves
MF – Alicia Tirelli, North Jersey Valkyries
F – Jessica Fuccello, New Jersey Wildcats
F – Grace Hawkins, Long Island Rough Riders
F – Shan Jones, Virginia Beach Piranhas

Central Conference
GK – Genevieve Richard, Laval Comets
D – Kathryn Acton, Laval Comets
D – Kadeisha Buchanan, Toronto Lady Lynx
D – Diamond Simpson, K-W United
D – Shelina Zadorsky, Ottawa Fury
MF – Chantelle Campbell, London Gryphons
MF - Catherine Charron-Delage, Laval Comets
MF – Alyscha Mottershead, Ottawa Fury
F – Nkemjika Ezurike, Laval Comets
F – Emily Gielnik, Ottawa Fury
F – Furtuna Velaj, Toronto Lady Lynx
 
Western Conference
GK – Erin McNulty, Seattle Sounders Women
D – Sasha Andrews, Pali Blues
D – Rachel Daly, Los Angeles Strikers
D – Danielle Johnson, Bay Area Breeze
D – Brooke Spence, Colorado Rapids Women
MF – Melissa Busque, Seattle Sounders Women
MF – Sarah Killion, Pali Blues
MF – Ashley Nick, Pali Blues
F – Ana Borges, Santa Clarita Blue Heat
F – Danica Evans, Colorado Rush
F – Kristen Hamilton, Colorado Rapids Women


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