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COLLEGE WOMEN: Soccer America Team of the Week (Week 9: Oct. 18-24)
October 26th, 2004 2:37PM
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Robyn Jones (Rutgers), Soph. (1)

Stops nine shots and is flawless in face of a barrage of set pieces as Scarlet Knights hold then-No. 1 Notre Dame to a 0-0 tie, snapping the Irish's 15-game winning streak.

DEFENDERS

Alicija Bredlo (Dayton), Jr. (1)

Scores her career-best fifth goal of the season (fourth game-winner) in 2-1 win over Richmond, then helps the Flyers shut down George Washington in 3-0 win, their team-record 16th straight victory.

Karen Waskewich (Georgetown), Fr. (1)

Sends a direct kick from 20 yards out into the upper left corner for her first goal in 1-0 upset of then-No. 17 West Virginia in Morgantown.

Alisse Kosloski (Connecticut), Jr. (1)

Helps the Huskies extend their shutout streak to seven games with wins over Central Connecticut State (2-0), Pitt (1-0) and Sacred Heart (1-0).

MIDFIELDERS

Heather Goranson (Marquette), Jr. (1)

Scores two game-winning goals as the Golden Eagles extends their win streak to four straight matches with 1-0 victories at Memphis and against Tulane.

Tiffany Roberts (Santa Clara), Soph. (1)

Scores her first goal of the season to lead the Broncos to a 1-0 victory over then-No. 4 Portland in WCC showdown.

FORWARDS

Kimmy Francis (Maryland), Jr. (1)

Leads the Terrapins with two goals in 3-1 victory over Navy, then scores the game-winner seven minutes into the first overtime period to give the Terrapins a 1-0 win over Duke.

Tina Frimpong (Washington), Sr. (1)

Becomes UW's all-time leading scorer (83 points) with assist on winning goal against Oregon State (3-2) and goal and an assist (again on winning goal) in 4-1 win at Oregon.

Heather O'Reilly (North Carolina), Soph. (1)

Figures in all four goals with two goals and two assists in 4-0 win at then-No. 19 Florida State.

Jami Tullius (UTEP), Fr. (1)

Scores two goals, including the game-winner 7:40 into the first overtime, in UTEP's 3-2 upset win over ranked SMU, UTEPÆs first-ever over SMU in 11 meetings.

Kelly Wilson (Texas), Sr. (1)

Scores both goals in Longhorns' 1-0 overtime wins against Iowa State and ranked Kansas, giving her 11 for her career to tie teammate Kelly McDonald for the school career record.

* In parentheses is the number of selections to the Team of the Week.



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