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NCAA Division I Women's All-America Team
December 7th, 2013 7:06AM

TAGS:  college women


[AWARDS] Five players -- three from UCLA and two from Florida State -- who will play for the NCAA Division I title on Sunday were named to the 2013 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Women's All-America Team. Crystal Dunn, a first-team selection, was honored for the fourth time, while UCLA defender Abby Dahlkemper joined Penn State's Maya Hayes as three-time selections. Another UCLA pick, Darian Jenkins, was one of four freshmen on the three teams.

First Team
Pos. First Last Class School Hometown
GK Sabrina D'Angelo Jr. South Carolina Welland, Ont.
D Abby Dahlkemper** Jr. UCLA Menlo Park, Calif.
D Amanda Frisbie Sr. Portland McKinney, Texas
D Kassey Kallman Sr. Florida State Woodbury, Minn.
D Emily Menges Sr. Georgetown Garden City, N.Y.
M Morgan Brian* Jr. Virginia St. Simons Island, Ga.
M Crystal Dunn*** Sr. North Carolina Rockville Centre, N.Y.
M Julie Johnston* Sr. Santa Clara Mesa, Ariz.
F Makenzy Doniak So. Virginia Chino Hills, Calif.
F Nkem Ezurike Sr. Michigan Lower Sackville, N..
F Kristen Hamilton* Sr. Denver Littleton, Colo.
F Jazmine Reeves Sr. Virginia Tech Dover, Del.

Second Team

Pos. First Last Class School Hometown
GK Katelyn Rowland Jr. UCLA Vacaville, Calif.
D Kadeisha Buchanan Fr. West Virginia Brampton, Ont.
D Ari Romero Sr. Nebraska Surprise, Ariz.
D Christen Westphal So. Florida Brecksville, Ohio
M Dagny Brynjarsdottir Jr. Florida State Iceland
M Daphne Corboz* Jr. Georgetown Greenbrook, N.J.
M Meghan Toohey Sr. Michigan Philadelphia, Pa.
F Micaela Castain Sr. Washington State Castro Valley, Calif.
F Rachel Daly So. St. John's England
F Maya Hayes** Sr. Penn State West Orange, N.J.
F Savannah Jordan Fr. Florida Fayetteville, Ga.
F Frances Silva Sr. West Virginia Overland Park, Kan.
F Rafealle Souza Sr. Mississippi Brazil

Third Team

Pos. First Last Class School Hometown
GK Aubrey Bledsoe* Sr. Wake Forest Cincinnati, Ohio
D Marissa Diggs Jr. UCF Rowlett, Texas
D Caroline Dwyer So. Penn Exton, Pa.
D Jaelene Hinkle Jr. Texas Tech Denver, Colo.
D Jade Seabrook* Jr. Navy St. Paris, Ohio
M Danielle Colaprico Jr. Virginia Freehold, N.J.
M Cloee Colohan Sr. BYU West Point, Utah
M Nicholette DiGiacomo Sr. Denver Golden, Colo.
M Shea Groom Jr. Texas A&M Liberty, Mo.
F Arin Gilliland Jr. Kentucky Lexington, Ky.
F Sofia Huerta Jr. Santa Clara Boise, Idaho
F Darian Jenkins Fr. UCLA Riverton, Utah
F Maegan Kelly Sr. Marquette Kansas City, Mo.
F Midge Purce Fr. Harvard Olney, Md.

1 comment
  1. James Madison
    commented on: December 8, 2013 at 10:53 p.m.
    UCLA's Mewis and Stanford's Verloo should have had places somewhere among the first 33.

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