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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009
[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] Stanford's Kelley O'Hara, who led the nation in goals (26) and points (65) and shattered school season records in both categories, is the 2009 Soccer America Women's Player of the Year. The senior helped the Cardinal finish the regular season with a perfect record and No. 1 ... Read the whole story
[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] Seven seniors, including Whitney Engen and Tobin Heath of national champion North Carolina, head the 2009 Soccer America MVPs first team. At least one Tar Heel has been named to the Soccer America MVPs since they were introduced in 1988. The only other teams with two players ... Read the whole story
[HISTORY] Only four women -- Tisha Venturini (North Carolina), Cindy Parlow (North Carolina), Anne Makinen (Notre Dame) and Christine Sinclair (Portland) -- have been named Soccer America MVP first-team selections in all four years. For all the selections since 1988 ... Read the whole story
[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] For only the second time, all four teams at the Women's College Cup had been at the final four the year before. Notre Dame recovered from a 6-0 loss to North Carolina early in the season and returned to the College Cup. For his work in turning ... Read the whole story
[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] The 2009 Soccer America Freshman of the Year is Boston College's Victoria DiMartino, who follows in the footsteps of older sisters Christina and Gina, who earned Soccer America All-Freshman honors for UCLA in 2005 and Boston College in 2006, respectively, and such women's greats as Brandi Chastain ... Read the whole story
[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] For the second year in a row, Stanford placed three players on the Soccer America Women's All-Freshman first team. Defenders Alina Garciamendez and Rachel Quon and midfielder Mariah Nogueira helped the Cardinal to a 25-1-0 record. Last year, Camille Levin, Teresa Noyola and Lindsay Taylor were first-team ... Read the whole story



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