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Jordan named Women's Freshman of the Year
January 8th, 2014 10:45PM

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[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] Savannah Jordan, who scored 22 goals for Florida, is the 2013 Soccer America Women's Freshman of the Year. It was Florida’s highest season total since Abby Wambach scored 31 as a senior in 2001.

The Fayetteville, Ga., native helped the Gators earn a top 16 seed into the NCAA Tournament. Her success earned her a call-up to the U.S. team competing in the Concacaf Women's Under-20 Championship.

SOCCER AMERICA WOMEN'S FRESHMEN OF THE YEAR
2013 -- Savannah Jordan (Florida)
2012 -- Cari Roccaro (Notre Dame)
2011 -- Morgan Brian (Virginia)
2010 -- Crystal Dunn (North Carolina)
2009 -- Victoria DiMartino (Boston College)
2008 -- Lindsay Taylor (Stanford)
2007 -- Sanna Talonen (Florida State)
2006 -- Michele Weissenhofer (Notre Dame)
2005 -- Kerri Hanks (Notre Dame)
2004 -- Lara Dickenmann (Ohio State)
2003 -- Heather O'Reilly (North Carolina)
2002 -- Lindsay Tarpley (North Carolina)
2001 -- Christine Sinclair (Portland)
2000 -- Lindsay Browne (Clemson)
1999 -- Christie Welsh (Penn State)
1998 -- Mary-Frances Monroe (Connecticut)
1997 -- Anne Makinen (Notre Dame)
1996 -- Laurie Schwoy (North Carolina)
1995 -- Cindy Parlow (North Carolina)
1994 -- Staci Wilson (North Carolina)
1993 -- Cindy Daws (Notre Dame)
1992 -- Thori Staples (N.C. State)
1991 -- Tisha Venturini (North Carolina)
1990 -- Tiffeny Milbrett (Portland)
1989 -- Kristine Lilly (North Carolina)
1988 -- Heather Taggart (Wisconsin)
1986 -- Brandi Chastain (California)


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