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Dunn and Brian among MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalists
December 5th, 2013 5:21AM

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[WOMEN'S AWARDS] North Carolina star Crystal Dunn, the 2012 MAC Hermann winner, is among 15 semifinalists for the 2013 MAC Hermann Trophy. Carolina has been eliminated, but all four Women's College Cup participants are represented, including Virginia with two players -- U.S. international Morgan Brian and Makenzy Doniak -- on the short list.

NCAA Division I coaches who are NSCAA College Services members may vote for their top choices through Tuesday. Soccer fans can vote for their favorite player on the MAC’s website hosted by LockerDome, starting Thursday.

The top three vote-getters from the combined NSCAA coaches and weighted fan votes will be announced as finalists on Dec. 12, followed by the announcement of the winners at the annual MAC banquet in St. Louis Jan. 10.

2013 Women’s MAC Hermann Trophy Semifinalists:
FIRST LAST POS CLASS SCHOOL HOMETOWN
Sabrina D'Angelo GK Jr. South Carolina Welland, Ont.
Abby Dahlkemper D Jr. UCLA Menlo Park, Calif.
Amanda Frisbie D Sr Portland McKinney, Texas
Kassey Kallman D Sr Florida State Woodbury, Minn.
Emily Menges D Sr Georgetown Garden City, N.Y.
Morgan Brian M Jr Virginia St. Simons Island, Ga.
Crystal Dunn M Sr North Carolina Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Julie Johnston M Sr Santa Clara Mesa, Ariz.
Makenzy Doniak F So Virginia Chino Hills, Calif.
Nkem Ezurike F Sr Michigan Lower Sackville, N.S.
Kristen Hamilton F Sr Denver Littleton, Colo.
Maya Hayes F Sr Penn State West Orange, N.J.
Jazmine Reeves F Sr Virginia Tech Dover, Del.
Frances Silva F Sr. West Virginia Overland Park, Kan.
Rafaelle Souza F Sr Mississippi Brazil


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