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2013 Women's MVPs
January 8th, 2014 10:42PM

TAGS:  college women


[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] National champion UCLA placed two players (Katelyn Rowland and Abby Dahlkemper) on the 2013 Soccer America MVPs first team. Two other Women's College Cup teams -- Florida State and Virginia -- had two players on the first team. For all the 2013 Soccer America MVPs ...

Soccer America MVPs:

MVPs First Team
G Katelyn Rowland, Jr. UCLA
M Morgan Brian, Jr., Virginia
M Dagny Brynjarsdottir, Jr., Florida State
D Abby Dahlkemper, Jr., UCLA
F Makenzy Doniak, Soph., Virginia
M Crystal Dunn, Sr., North Carolina
F Nkem Ezurike, Sr., Michigan
M Julie Johnston, Jr., Santa Clara
D Kassey Kallman, Sr., Florida State
F Jazmine Reeves, Sr., Virginia Tech
M Cari Roccaro, So., Notre Dame

MVPs Second Team
GK Sabrina D’Angelo, Jr., South Carolina
F Rachel Daly, Soph., St. John's
D Marissa Diggs, Sr., UCF
D Amanda Frisbie, Sr., Portland
M Shea Groom, Jr., Texas A&M
F Kristen Hamilton, Sr. Denver
F Savannah Jordan, Fr., Florida
F Stephanie McCaffrey, Jr., Boston College
D Emily Menges, Sr. Georgetown
D Ari Romero, Sr., Nebraska
F Frances Silva, Sr., West Virginia

  1. Alan Bodenstein
    commented on: January 9, 2014 at 10:14 a.m.
    How can you possibly omit Sarah Killion from this list. In the past year and a half...U20 WC, W-League Champion, NCAA Div.1 Champion. Check this video
  1. Mike Moore
    commented on: January 14, 2014 at 7:57 p.m.
    It is laughable that Sarah Killion is not on either team...It is pretty obvious that there was not much effort in the selection process. How is it that she is listed in the top 10 from Top Drawer, a starter on the current U23 women's national team, led UCLA in assists and captured the Player of the Year from LA Soccer (over Dahlkemper even)? There are many that believe she IS the best midfielder in the country. So how is it that you do not even have her on either team?? So again, it seems to be complete laziness on CSR's part, NOT to put some effort and do their homework...ridiculous...I am giving you a C-

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