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AWARDS: 2008 Women's Conferences (ACC to MAAC)
December 4th, 2008 7AM
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All the 2008 women's all-conference teams and individual conference awards have been released. The Women's College Cup, which begins Friday, will feature All-ACC Offensive Player of the Year Casey Nogueira (North Carolina), All-Big East Offensive Player of the Year Kerri Hanks (North Carolina) and the Pac-10 Player of the Year Christina DiMartino (UCLA). For all the conference awards ...

North Carolina forward Casey Nogueira and Virginia defender Nikki Krzysik were voted the ACC Offensive Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year, respectively.

Offensive Player of the Year -- Casey Nogueira, North Carolina Defensive Player of the Year -- Nikki Krzysik, Virginia Freshman of the Year -- Tiffany McCarty, Florida State Coach of the Year -- Anson Dorrance, North Carolina

All-ACC First Team
KayAnne Gummersall, F, Duke
Elisabeth Redmond, MF, Duke
Amanda DaCosta, MF, Florida State
Sanna Talonen, Florida State
Sarah Wagenfuhr, D, Florida State
Mary Casey, GK, Maryland
Yael Averbuch, MF, North Carolina
Tobin Heath, F, North Carolina
Casey Nogueira, MF, North Carolina
Nikki Washington, MF, North Carolina
Sinead Farrelly, MF, Virginia
Nikki Krzysik, D, Virginia

All-ACC Second Team
Julia Bouchelle, MF, Boston College
Jillian Mastroianni, GK, Boston College
Caroline Walden, D, Boston College
Lorraine Quinn, MF, Duke
Becky Edwards, D, Florida State
Whitney Engen, D, North Carolina
Ali Hawkins, MF, North Carolina
Lindsey Vera, F, NC State
Lauren Alwine, F, Virginia
Meghan Lenczyk, F, Virginia
Alex Singer, D, Virginia
Emily Jukich, F, Virginia Tech
Kaley Fountain, D, Wake Forest
Amy Smerdzinski, MF, Wake Forest

All-ACC Freshmen Team
Julia Bouchelle, MF, Boston College
Jillian Mastroianni, GK, Boston College
Alyssa Pember, D, Boston College
Cody Newman, F, Duke
Ashley Rape, D, Duke
Tori Huster, MF, Florida State
Tiffany McCarty, F, Florida State
Casey Short, MF, Florida State
Brittani Bartock, F North Carolina
Courtney Jones, F, North Carolina
Lauren Alwine, F, Virginia

Boston University, the America East regular-season and tournament champion, was honored with three major postseason awards. The Terriers' Marisha Schumacher-Hodge was named Midfielder of the Year, while teammate Casey Brown was chosen Defender of the Year and head coach Nancy Feldman and her staff were selected Coaching Staff of the Year.

Striker of the Year: Michelle Sheehan, New Hampshire
Midfielder of the Year: Marisha Schumacher-Hodge, Boston University
Defender of the Year: Casey Brown, Boston University
Goalkeeper of the Year: Marisa Viola, Stony Brook
Rookie of the Year: Colleen McKenna, Stony Brook
Coaching Staff of the Year: Boston University, Nancy Feldman

First Team All-America East
Mara Osher  Jr. Boston University Ellington, Conn.
Michelle Sheehan  Sr. New Hampshire Belmont, Mass.
Colleen McKenna  Fr. Stony Brook Manorville, N.Y.
Kacey Busque Sr. Hartford Manchester, Conn
Marisha Schumacher-Hodge Sr. Boston University Pittsburgh, Pa.
Caitlin Whelan Sr. New Hampshire Weymouth, Mass./Weymouth
Brooke Barbuto Sr. Stony Brook Syracuse, N.Y./Corcoran
Casey Brown Jr. Boston University Natick, Mass./Natick
Angelina Cords So. Boston University Leonardtown, Md.
Lauren Aldred Sr. Hartford Manchester, England
Marisa Viola Jr. Stony Brook Cutchogue, N.Y.

Second Team
All-America East
Dani Raske R-Fr. Binghamton River Vale, N.J.
Farrell McClernon Jr. Boston University West Chester, Pa.
Breeanna Robinson Fr. Hartford East Hampstead, N.H.
Mandi Casares Jr. Binghamton Rahway, N.J.
Emily Pallotta Jr. Boston University Andover, Mass,
Shauna Kelleher So. Boston University Canton, Mass.
Kim Stephenson Sr. Maine Hampden, Maine
Nicole Montoya Jr. Binghamton Long Beach, Calif
Elizabeth Speck Sr. Boston University Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Christina Di Ielsi Jr. Maine Laval, Quebec
Janie Reilly So. Boston University Coral Springs, Fla.

All-America East Rookie Team
Defender Kendra Harrell-Vigil Fr. Albany Avondale, Ariz.
Midfielder Rebecca Lee Fr. Albany Selkirk, N.Y.
Forward Dani Raske R-Fr. Binghamton Riverdale, N.J.
Forward Jessica Luscinski Fr. Boston University Bedford, N.H.
Forward Breeanna Robinson Fr. Hartford East Hampstead, N.H.
Goalkeeper Lauren Brodeur Fr. Hartford Wilbraham, Mass.
Defender Toni DiRenzo Fr. UMBC Mohnton, Pa.
Midfielder Stephanie Gilkenson Fr. New Hampshire Cranston, R.I.
Forward Colleen McKenna Fr. Stony Brook Manorville, N.Y.
Defender Alexis Lindo Fr. Stony Brook York, Pa.
Forward Emily Perrin Fr. Vermont Charlottesville, Va.

Mercer collected a plethora of regular-season awards, headlined by senior Heather Manting winning the Defensive Player of the Year award. Five Bears made either the first- or second-team all-Atlantic Sun squads and added two more to the All-Freshmen team.

Player of the Year: Tessa Gavilsky, Stetson
Defensive Player of the Year: Heather Manting, Mercer
Freshman of the Year: Olivia Tucker, Mercer
Coach of the Year: Grant Serafy, Mercer

All-Atlantic Sun First Team
GK  Jean Worts Mercer Jr. Plantation, Fla.
D  Heather Manting Mercer  Sr. Lilburn, Ga.
D  Kacie Hudson  Mercer  So.  Marietta, Ga.
D  Jessica Kalonji  Kennesaw State  Sr.  Snellville, Ga.
D Jessica Rix Belmont So. Carmel, Ind.
MF  Amber McCall  Florida Gulf Coast  Jr..  Fort Myers, Fla.
MF  Meghan Castaldo  Mercer  Sr.  Atlanta
MF  Beth Meadors  Kennesaw State  Jr.  Peachtree City, Ga.
F  Tessa Gavilsky Stetson So. Granite City, Ill.
F  Rachel Baer Kennesaw State Sr. Marietta, Ga.
F  Keri Zwikker  Jacksonville  Jr.  Woodstock, Ontario

All-Atlantic Sun
Second Team
GK  Katie Shelton Lipscomb Sr. Hendersonville, Tenn.
D  Bridget Gaughan  Kennesaw State  Jr.  Powder Springs, Ga.
D  KC Correllus Florida Gulf Coast Fr. Merritt Island, Fla.
D  Elizabeth Gowan UNF Sr. Palm City, Fla.
MF  Olivia Tucker Mercer Fr. Peachtree City, Ga.
MF  Jessica Hurtado Jacksonville Fr. Butler, N.J.
MF  Kelly Brinkman  ETSU  So.  Clearwater, Fla.
F  Lindsay Haw Florida Gulf Coast So. Palm City, Fla.
F  Jordan Monty  ETSU  Sr..  Mesquite, Texas
F  Katelin Swift North Florida Jr. Jacksonville, Fla.
F Annie Musacchio Belmont  Jr. Nashville, Tenn.

Atlantic Sun All-Freshmen Team

GK Sari Lin  Belmont  Carefree, Ariz.
D KC Correllus  Florida Gulf Coast Merritt Island, Fla.
MF Olga Ekblom  Campbell Stockholm, Sweden
D Jessica Hurtado Jacksonville Butler, N.J.
MF Alexis Hermosa Stetson Orlando, Fla.
D Jamie Loftis  Belmont Hermitage, Tenn.
GK Megan Masch  ETSU Virginia Beach, Va.
MF Ali Meek  Mercer Canton, Ga.
GK Stephanie Powers Florida Gulf Coast Seffner, Fla.
F Katie Scott  Kennesaw State Calhoun, Ga.
MF Olivia Tucker  Mercer Peachtree City, Ga.
F Brittany Vining Kennesaw State Fayetteville, Ga.

After leading Charlotte to a perfect 11-0-0 record in conference play and its third consecutive regular season title, teammates Whitney Weinraub and Hailey Beam have been named the Atlantic 10 Offensive Player and Midfielder of the Year, respectively.

Offensive Player of the Year: Whitney Weinraub, Charlotte
Defensive Player of the Year: Lauren Bustos, Fordham
Midfielder of the Year: Hailey Beam, Charlotte
Rookie of the Year: Jen Pfeiffer, Saint Joseph's
Student-Athlete of the Year: Hailey Beam, Charlotte
Coach of the Year: Manoj Khettry, St. Bonaventure

All-Atlantic 10 First Team

Kim Boulos Fordham F Sr. Croton, N.Y.
Anna Cunningham St. Bonaventure F So. Grosse Points Farms, Mich.
Whitney Weinraub Charlotte F So. Holland, Pa.
Mandi Bäck Dayton M Jr. North Olmsted, Ohio
Hailey Beam Charlotte M Jr. Cornelius, N.C.
Colleen Gibson Dayton M Jr. Moreno Valley, Calif.
Jessie Wolfe Richmond M Sr. Germantown, Md.
Whitney Bryant Charlotte B So. Marietta, Ga.
Lauren Bustos Fordham B Jr Altadena, Calif.
Lauren Olson Saint Louis B Sr. Plano, Texas
Deana Waintraub Dayton G Sr. Richmond Hill, Ont.

All-Atlantic 10 Second Team
Oni Bernard Charlotte F Fr. Toronto, Ont.
Kelly Blumenschein Dayton F So. Beavercreek, Ohio
Julia Bradenberg Saint Louis F Jr. St. Louis, Mo.
Jen Pfeiffer Saint Joseph's F Fr. Mount Laurel, N.J.
Traci DePasquale La Salle M Jr. Forked River, N.J.
Sam Huecker Charlotte M So. Crestwood, Ky.
Katie McDermott Fordham M So. Tucson, Ariz.
Kathleen Beljan Dayton B Fr. Hilliard, Ohio
Megan Minnix Charlotte B So. Columbus, Ohio
Lauren Ott Duquesne B So Erie, Pa.
Gabby Morrin Duquesne G So. Perrysburg, Ohio

All-Atlantic 10 Honorable Mention
Sarah Hilt Richmond B Sr. Chesterfield, Va.
Annie Reid Duquesne M Jr. Cincinnati, Ohio
Stephanie Santos Rhode Island F Fr. Warwick, R.I.
Kaylen Shimoda Rhode Island B So. Oakville, Ont.

All-Atlantic 10 Rookie Team
Kathleen Beljan Dayton B Fr. Hilliard, Ohio
Oni Bernard Charlotte F Fr. Toronto, Ont.
Jonna Handra Charlotte F Fr. Port Vue, Pa.
Jess Hopton La Salle B Fr. West Chester, Pa.
Kaitlin Krisko St. Bonaventure B Fr. Ashland, Ohio
Hannah Lapp St. Bonaventure M Fr. Silver Spring, Md.
Dana O'Brien La Salle F Fr. Warminster, Pa.
Jen Pfeiffer Saint Joseph's F Fr. Mount Laurel, N.J.
Stephanie Santos Rhode Island F Fr. Warwick, R.I.
Hannah Perry Saint Louis G Fr. Wheaton, Ill.
Lindsey Rowe George Washington G Fr. Richmond, Va.

Notre Dame had four of the major award winners: Kerri Hanks was named the Offensive Player of the Year, while classmate and teammate Carrie Dew was named the Defensive Player of the Year. Irish head coach Randy Waldrum earned Coach of the Year honors, while freshman Melissa Henderson was named Rookie of the Year.

Offensive Player of the Year -- Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame
Defensive Player of the Year -- Carrie Dew, Notre Dame
Midfielder of the Year -- Carolyn Blank, West Virginia, Erin Hardiman, Virginia
Goalkeeper of the Year -- Zach Johnson, West Virginia, R-So., GK
Rookie of the Year --  Melissa Henderson, Notre Dame
Coach of the Year -- Randy Waldrum, Notre Dame

All-Big East First Team
Greer Barnes West Virginia, Sr., D
Carolyn Blank West Virginia, Jr., M
Brittany Bock Notre Dame, Sr., F/M
Amanda Cicchini West Virginia, Sr., M
Carrie Dew  Notre Dame, Sr., D
Gina DeMaio  Rutgers, Jr., M
Alicia Hall  Rutgers, Sr., M
Kerri Hanks Notre Dame, Sr., F
Erin Hardiman Villanova, Sr., M
Melissa Henderson Notre Dame, Fr., F
Stephanie Labbe  Connecticut, Sr., GK

All-Big East Second Team

Jenifer Anzivino Rutgers, Jr., F/M
Kelly Eagan Villanova, Jr., D
Deana Everrett West Virginia, Sr., F
Erin Guthrie Rutgers, Jr., GK
Toni Marie Hudson Georgetown, Jr., F
Katie Kelly Marquette, Sr., D
Kristin May Cincinnati, Sr., F
Sarah McGrath St. John's, Jr., F/M
Kacey Richards Connecticut, So., M
Courtney Rosen Notre Dame, Jr., M
Brittany Tegeler Connecticut, Sr., F/M

All-Big East Third Team

Ashley Bares Marquette, So., F
Megan Bellingham Syracuse, So., F
Shannon Cusick Marquette, Sr., D
Kelly D'Ambrisi Georgetown, Fr., M
Jackie DesJardin Georgetown, So., GK
Jesicca Mello  Louisville, Sr., D
Megan Mills Seton Hall, Jr., D
Megan Mischler West Virginia, So., F
Shannon Smyth Louisville, Sr., F
Julia Victor Marquette, So., M/F
Annie Yi  Connecticut, Jr., M

All-Big East Honorable Mention
Caitlin Durkee  Georgetown, So., M
Caycie Gusman Rutgers, Jr., F
Tara Mendoza St. John's, Jr., D/M
Blake Miller  West Virginia, Fr., F
Kristin Russell St. John's, Fr., GK
Elise Weber Notre Dame, Sr., D
Stephanie Zare Georgetown, Sr., M
Northern Arizona's Cee Cee Odorfer and Weber State's Hayley McCoy were named Co-Offensive MVPs of the Big Sky. McCoy's teammate, Rebecca Ritchie, was named Defensive MVP, while Odorfer's teammate, Jenna Samora, was named Newcomer of the Year.

All-Big Sky First Team
Rebecca Ritchie - Weber State
Karissa Hennage - Idaho State
Sara Aspenwall - Montana
Kristi Andreassen - Northern Arizona
Kara Taylor - Sacramento State
Ashtyn Webster - Weber State
Lindsay Ellis - Weber State
Kilee Quigley - Idaho State
Sara Campbell - Montana
Brenna Boies - Northern Arizona
Frankie Ross - Portland State
Hayley McCoy - Weber State
Cee Cee Odorfer - Northern Arizona
Kim Kemper - Sacramento State
Whitney Smith - Weber State

All-Big Sky Second Team
Cris Lewis- Portland State
Sara Byrne - Eastern Washington
Chelsey Hannesson - Eastern Washington
Tori Howe - Northern Arizona
Rebekah Schmidt - Northern Arizona
Tish Parsons - Portland State
Jocelyn Bement - Eastern Washington
Annamarie Hofstetter - Idaho State
Megan Chambers - Montana
Sydney Vander Velde - Northern Colorado
Dolly Enneking - Portland State
Brittney Sparks - Eastern Washington
Kaitlyn Heinsohn - Montana
Jessica Zimmerman - Northern Colorado

All-Big Sky Honorable Mention
Bailey Williams, Idaho State
Grace Harris, Montana
Tori Rocke, Northern Arizona
Lyndsey Martin, Eastern Washington
Abby Grafft, Montana
Danielle McQuinn, Montana
MaryAnn Hoke, Northern Colorado
Suzanne Hinton, Portland State
Christina Trenton, Sacramento State
Shannon Thompson, Weber State
Lillian Bourret, Eastern Washington
Abby Jensen, Eastern Washington
Anna Pingree, Montana
Sarah Stevens, Montana
Lauren Zallis, Northern Arizona
Sam Monahan, Northern Arizona
Nathalie Wollman, Portland State
Sarah Howard, Sacramento State
Cori Shreve, Sacramento State
Shaylee Hyde, Weber State
Collette Simmons, Weber State
Lauren Koelzer, Eastern Washington
Jana Davis Boehler, Idaho State
Ciara Kremer, Montana
Jenna Samora, Northern Arizona
Sarah Neatherton, Northern Arizona
Kala Renard, Portland State
Ashley Forbes, Sacramento State
Ari Wood, Weber State

Coastal Carolina senior Ashleigh Gunning and VMI head coach Bryan Williams have been voted the Big South Conference Women's Player of the Year and Coach of the Year, respectively.

Player of the Year -- Ashleigh Gunning, MF, Coastal Carolina
Freshman of the Year -- Olivia Moore, F, VMI
Coach of the Year -- Bryan Williams, VMI

All-Big South First Team
Ashleigh Gunning, F, Coastal Carolina
Caitlyn Roan, D, Radford
Emily McColl, MF, Coastal Carolina
Emma Mattsson, F, Charleston Southern
Laura Eldridge, MF, High Point
Audrey Falconi, D, VMI
Olivia Moore, F, VMI
Rachel Lamb, D, Presbyterian
McKenzie Vergara, MF, Radford
Angie Harvey, MF, Gardner-Webb
Robyn Busha, MF/F, UNC Asheville
Amy Oberlin, MF, Liberty
Lisa Lubke, GK, Radford

All-Big South Second Team
Sarah McPartlan, D, Coastal Carolina
Brittany Bolick, D, Charleston Southern
Silvia Betancourt, F, Liberty
Caitlin Wesnesky, MF, Charleston Southern
Brianna Murphy, F, Charleston Southern
Renee Hitchcock, F, High Point
McKenna Stockhausen, MF/F, UNC Asheville
Maegen Hellberg, D, Coastal Carolina
Ashley Johnson, F, Radford
Anna Tupy, MF, Coastal Carolina
Chelsea White, MF, Winthrop
Celine Ziobro, D, VMI (tie)
Sara Rager, F, High Point (tie)
Dimitra Poulos, GK, Winthrop

All-Big South Freshman Team
Olivia Moore, F, VMI
Lisa Lubke GK, Radford
Taylor Ray, MF, High Point
Silvia Betancourt, F, Liberty
Casey Bolduc, D, Charleston Southern
Ashley Johnson, F, Radford
Marissa Terry, D, Coastal Carolina
Megan Tremblay, MF, Gardner-Webb
Chelsea Tidwell, MF, Winthrop
Mary Kate Tucker, D, UNC Asheville
Sarah Strand, MF, VMI

Michigan State claimed two of the four individual honors as Laura Heyboer was named Offensive Player and Freshman of the Year.

Offensive Player of the Year: Laura Heyboer, Michigan State
Defensive Player of the Year: Kelsey Hood, Minnesota
Freshman of the Year: Laura Heyboer, Michigan State
Coach of the Year: Mikki Denney Wright, Minnesota

All-Big Ten First Team
Laura Heyboer, Michigan State
Katie Schoepfer, Penn State
Loredana Riverso, Purdue
Lauren Sinacola, Michigan State
Kelsey Hood, Minnesota
Zoe Bouchelle, Penn State
Emily Zurrer, Illinois
Kelly Lawrence, Indiana
Jennie Clark, Minnesota
Jessie Davis, Penn State
Alyssa Naeher, Penn State

All-Big Ten Second Team
Lauren Hill, Michigan State
Lindsey Schwartz, Minnesota
Jenny Dunn, Northwestern
Jackie Santacaterina, Illinois
Cara Freeman, Michigan State
Jeanette Lorme, Northwestern
Meghan Gill, Penn State
Lauren Montenegro, Purdue
Danielle Kot, Illinois
Jenna Aleo, Iowa
Laura Janowitsch, Northwestern
Jessica Stellhorn, Purdue
Lindsey Dare, Minnesota
All-Big Ten Freshman Team

Laura Heyboer, Michigan State
Tamara Strahota, Minnesota
Paige Maxwell, OSU
Laurie Nosbusch, Wisconsin
Morgan Showalter, Iowa
Natalie Horner, Michigan
Lauren Montenegro, Purdue
Erin Jacobsen, Wisconsin
Kerri Krawczak, Indiana Katelin Chaklos, Michigan State
Nicole Duller, Northwestern Emma Thomson, Penn State
Emily Moran, Iowa

Sportsmanship Awards
Krystin Miller, Illinois
Kirsta Kellin, Indiana
Kelsey Shaw, Iowa
Kristen Thomas, Michigan
Kristi Timar, Michigan State
Lindsey Dare, Minnesota
Amanda Hoffman, Northwestern
Lauren Beachy, Ohio State
Zoe Bouchell, Penn State
Alexis Tryba, Purdue
Darcy Riley, Wisconsin

BIG 12
Swede Yolanda Odenyo of regular-season champion Oklahoma State was named the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year.

Coach of the Year -- Colin Carmichael, Oklahoma State
Offensive Player of the Year -- Yolanda Odenyo, Oklahoma State, Sr.
Defensive Players of the Year -- Kasey Moore, Texas, Sr., Michelle Wenino, Colorado, Sr.
Rookie of the Year -- Emily Cressy, Kansas, Fr.

All-Big 12 First Team

Dianna Pfenninger (Texas, Sr.) Sugar Land, Texas
Kelly Dyer (Texas A&M, Soph.) Germantown, Tenn.
Michelle Wenino (Colorado, Sr.) Aurora, Colo.
Stephanie Logterman (Texas, Sr.) Mission Viejo, Calif.
Monica Dolinsky (Kansas, Jr.) Carmel, Ind.
Aysha Jamani (Nebraska, Sr.) Canada
Yolanda Odenyo (Oklahoma State, Sr.) Sweden
Nikki Marshall (Colorado, Jr.), Mead, Colo.
Kristin Andrighetto (Missouri, Jr.) Pleasant Hill, Colo.
Alysha Bonnick (Missouri, Soph.) Canada
Kasey Langdon (Oklahoma State, Jr.) Wylie, Texas

All-Big 12 Second Team
Kirstin Radlinski (Colorado,  Sr.)  Placentia, Calif.
Alex Cousins (Colorado,   Sr.)  Fort Collins, Colo.
Carly Peetz (Nebraska,   Jr.) Lincoln, Neb.
Bri Young (Texas A&M,   Fr.) Castle Pines North, Colo.
Nikki Keller (Colorado,   Sr.)   Arvada, Colo.
Meghan Pfeiffer (Missouri,   Jr.)   Chesterfield, Mo.
Amber Gnatzig (Texas A&M,   Jr.)   Humble, Texas
Taylor Lytle (Texas Tech,   Fr.)   Las Cruces, N.M.
Gianna DeSaverio (Colorado,  Sr.) Littleton, Colo.
Whitney Palmer  (Oklahoma,   So.)   Plano, Texas
Siera Strawser  (Oklahoma State,   Jr.)  Bixby, Okla.

All-Big 12 Newcomer Team

Courtney Seelhorst (Baylor) Plano, Texas
Caroline Danneberg (Colorado) Englewood, Colo.
Melinda Mercado (Oklahoma State) Sapulpa, Okla.
Becca Herrera (Texas A&M) Aurora, Colo.
Bri Young (Texas A&M) Castle Pines North, Colo.
Kelly Butler  (Colorado) Naperville, Ill.
Beth West  (Texas A&M) Centennial, Colo.
Taylor Lytle (Texas Tech) Las Cruces, N.M.
Emily Cressy (Kansas) Ventura, Calif.
Kendra Collins (Missouri) Naperville, Ill.
Molly Thomas (Nebraska) Omaha, Neb.
Kyndall Treadwell (Oklahoma State) Cleveland, Okla.
Courtney Goodson (Texas) Ramona, Calif.

Genelle Ives of Big West champion UC Santa Barbara captured Offensive Player of the Year honors.

Goalkeeper Of The Year  -- Liz Ramos, Long Beach State
Offensive Player Of The Year -- Genelle Ives, UC Santa Barbara
Midfielder Of The Year -- Lindsay Bullock, Long Beach State
Defensive Player Of The Year -- Carrie Andrews, Cal Poly
Coach Of The Year -- Mauricio Ingrassia, Long Beach State
Freshman Of The Year -- Kristina Wavomba, Pacific

All-Big West First Team
Hayley Bolt Long Beach State Senior Forward Lakewood, Calif.
Genelle Ives UC Santa Barbara Junior Forward Dana Point, Calif.
Tessa Lennala UC Riverside Senior Forward Temecula, Calif.
Kim Silos Long Beach State Senior Forward Ontario, Calif.
Lindsay Bullock Long Beach State Sophomore Midfielder Manhattan Beach, Calif.
Jacqui Simon UC Santa Barbara Sophomore Midfielder Torrance, Calif.
Mariko Strickland Long Beach State Senior Midfielder Anahola, Hawai'i
Sami Svrcek UC Santa Barbara Senior Midfielder Irvine, Calif.
Carrie Andrews Cal Poly Junior Defender Pleasanton, Calif.
Sara Baca Long Beach State Senior Defender Ventura, Calif.
Jenae Gibbens Cal State Fullerton Senior Defender San Diego, Calif.
Rachael Ritchey UC Santa Barbara Senior Defender Sheldon, Calif.
Liz Ramos Long Beach State Senior Goalkeeper Bakersfield, Calif.

All-Big West Second Team
Kylie McDonald UC Santa Barbara Sophomore Forward Westlake Village, Calif.
Tanya Taylor UC Irvine Sophomore Forward Buena Park, Calif.
Ashley Vallis Cal Poly Senior Forward Antioch, Calif.
Kristina Wavomba Pacific Freshman Forward Encinitas, Calif.
Dana Farquhar Long Beach State Senior Midfielder Redlands, Calif.
Leah Morales Cal Poly Senior Midfielder Santa Cruz, Calif.
Tryna Tafoya Cal State Northridge Senior Midfielder Rialto, Calif.
Laura Hogan Pacific Freshman Defender Poway, Calif.
Nicole Hubbard Long Beach State Freshman Defender Lakewood, Calif.
Molly Scott UC Davis Senior Defender Los Altos, Calif.
Sarah Peters UC Davis Sophomore Goalkeeper Petaluma, Calif.

All-Big West Honorable Mention
Stacey Fox Cal State Fullerton Freshman Forward Simi Valley, Calif.
Kristen Kiefer Long Beach State Sophomore Forward Mission Viejo, Calif.
Morgan Miller Cal Poly Sophomore Forward La Selva Beach, Calif.
Shawna Gordon Long Beach State Freshman Midfielder Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
Laura King Pacific Senior Midfielder Livermore, Calif.
Meggie O'Hagan Cal Poly Senior Midfielder Rocklin, Calif.
Nalena Betancourt Cal State Northridge Senior Defender Moorpark, Calif.
Kristina Condon-Sherwood Cal Poly Junior Defender Walnut Creek, Calif.
Carissa Voegele Cal Poly Junior Defender Livermore, Calif.
Coral Hoover Cal Poly Junior Goalkeeper Corralitos, Calif.

James Madison junior Corky Julien was selected as the 2008 CAA Player of the Year, making her the first JMU player to win the award.

CAA Player of the Year:  Corky Julien, James Madison
CAA Co-Defensive Players of the Year:  Jess Crankshaw, Hofstra and Abby Lauer, William & Mary
CAA Rookie of the Year:  Veronica Napoli, Northeastern
CAA Coach of the Year:  Paul Cairney, UNC Wilmington

All-CAA First Team
Corky Julien, James Madison
Katie Watson, Old Dominion
Claire Zimmeck, William & Mary
Dani Collins, William & Mary
Kim Germain, James Madison
Laurel Pastor, VCU
Teresa Rynier, James Madison
Tiffany Yovino, Hofstra
Jess Crankshaw, Hofstra
Abby Lauer, William & Mary
Kelly Renkin, UNC Wilmington
Meghan Walker, William & Mary

All-CAA Second Team

Kay Harbrueger, Georgia State
Edel Malone, Hofstra
Cate Tisinger, James Madison
Courtney Breen, Hofstra
Megan Flanagan, VCU
Erin Pardini, UNC Wilmington
Stephanie Power, VCU
Elizabeth Brewster, Old Dominion
Marie Curtin, Hofstra
Teri Maykoski, James Madison
Samara Stephen-Dowd, VCU
Lauren Tupman, Old Dominion

All-CAA Third Team

Caitlyn Germain, Delaware
Shavon Knight, Old Dominion
Veronica Napoli, Northeastern
Aleka Yiantsos, Drexel
Alli D'Amico, Delaware
Brittany Hadaway, Towson
Gabbi Jatkola, Northeastern
Ashley Kukura, Old Dominion
Brittany Croce, UNC Wilmington
Kaitlin O'Connor, William & Mary
Jessica Paris, George Mason
Kaitlin Bond, Drexel

Regular season co-champions East Carolina and Memphis both won two individual award. Coach of the Year Rob Donnenwirth led ECU to its first conference title. One key reason was goalkeeper Amber Campbell, the Defensive Player of the Year. Memphis had four all-conference selections, led by Offensive Player of the Year and Midfielder of the Year Vendula Strnadova and Lizzy Simonin, the Co-Freshman of the Year.

Offensive Player of the Year -- Vendula Strnadova, Memphis
Defensive Player of the Year -- Amber Campbell, East Carolina
Midfielder of the Year -- Vendula Strnadova, Memphis
Co-Freshmen of the Year -- Lizzy Simonin, Memphis, Tiffini Turpin, UAB
Coach of the Year -- Rob Donnenwirth, East Carolina

All-Conference USA First Team

Erin Scott, Rice
Tameka Sumter, UTEP
Tiffini Turpin, UAB
Vendula Strnadova, Memphis
Becca Thomas, UCF
Shelley Wong, Rice
Madison Keller, East Carolina
Nikki Moore, UCF
Kim Peabody, SMU
Molly Uyenishi, Colorado College
Amber Campbell, East Carolina

All-Conference USA Second Team
Yvonne George, UCF
Kelly LaVoie, Colorado College
Sarah McFadden, Southern Miss
Lizzy Simonin, Memphis
Kate Edwards, Rice
Emiko Schwab, Memphis
Chelsea Winbush, UTEP
Kelsey Bakker, Memphis
Alexa Coralli, Rice
Jessica Rathweg, Houston
Savanna Russo, East Carolina
Aline Reis, UCF

All-Conference USA Freshman Team
Kelsey Wise, MF, Colorado College
Caitlin Hulyo, GK, Colorado College
Amanda Malkiewicz, F, East Carolina
Stephanie Derieg, D, Houston
Angela DeSumma, F/MF, Marshall
Lizzy Simonin, F, Memphis
Lizzy Hildebrandt, MF, Memphis
Hope Ward, F, Rice
Logan May, F, SMU
Carolyn Polcari, MF, UAB
Tiffini Turpin, F, UAB
Stacie Hubbard, MF, UCF
Aline Reis, GK, UCF

Loyola (Ill.) junior Cynthia Morote-Ariza has been named the Horizon Women's Player of the Year for the second straight season. Wisconsin-Milwaukee scoring sensation Sarah Hagen was voted the Newcomer of the Year.

Player of the Year: Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola
Newcomer of the Year: Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee
Coach of the Year: Michael Moynihan, Milwaukee

All-Horizon First Team
Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola F Jr.
Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee F Fr.
Amber Kasmer, Wright State F So.
Jess Rooma, Wright State M Sr.
Sarah Teegarden, Milwaukee M Sr.
Molly Kruger, Butler M Jr.
Claire Townsend, Green Bay M Sr.
Erin Kreuser, Milwaukee M Jr.
Kate Megna, Milwaukee D Jr.
Jackie Thomas, Valparaiso D Sr.
Erin Kane, Milwaukee GK Sr.

All-Horizon Second Team
Chelsea Lyons, Green Bay F So.
Emily Kiely, Detroit F Jr.
Kendall Brown, Valparaiso F Sr.
Ashley Funk, Loyola M So.
Natalie Daniels, Cleveland State M Fr.
Laura Trevillian, Loyola M So.
Courtney Lord, Butler M So.
Julie Colhoff, Loyola D Jr.
Abbie Kaul, Butler D Jr.
Melanie Slusher, Detroit D Sr.
Katie Groesch, Loyola GK Fr.

All-Horizon Newcomer Team

Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee F Fr.
Molly Kruger, Butler M Jr.
Natalie Daniels, Cleveland State M Fr.
Keara Thompson, Milwaukee M Fr.
Alexandra Suschak, Detroit M Fr.
Mary Wandolowski, Milwaukee M Fr.
Corey Arno, Green Bay M Fr.
Tracy Roos, Valparaiso D Fr.
Stephanie Honeycutt, Wright State D Fr.
Kelsey Kempton, Youngstown State D Fr.
Katie Groesch, Loyola GK Fr.

Princeton led the way on this year's All-Ivy team, accounting for four first-team selections, a feat that has not happened since Yale had four first-teamers in 2005.

Player of the Year -- Sophie Reiser, Columbia
Rookie of the Year -- Melanie Baskind, Harvard

All-Ivy First Team
Lizzy Nichols, Harvard (Jr., D, Princeton, N.J.)
Taylor Numann, Princeton (Sr., D, Campbell, Calif.)
Lisa Chinn, Princeton (Sr., D, East Brunswick, N.J.)
Myra Sack, Dartmouth (So., M, Wynnewood, Pa.)
Natalie Capuano, Penn (Sr., M, Aston, Pa.)
Sarah Friedman, Penn (So., M, Villanova, Pa.)
Sarah Peteraf, Princeton (Sr., M, Hanover, N.H.)
Maggie Westfal, Yale (Jr., F, New Canaan, Conn.)
Sophie Reiser, Columbia (Jr., F, Seattle, Wash.)
Katherine Sheeleigh, Harvard (So., F, New Vernon, N.J.)
Alyssa Pont, Princeton (So., GK, Sterling, Va.)

All-Ivy Second Team
Meggie Ford, Columbia (Jr., D, St. Petersburg, Fla.)
Megan Ashforth, Yale (Jr., M, New Canaan, Conn.)
Sophia Merrifield, Yale (Jr., D, Honolulu, Hawaii)
Bridget Ballard, Brown (Jr., M, Los Angeles, Calif.)
Ashley Mistele, Columbia (Jr., M, Ross, Calif.)
Jennifer Om, Princeton (Sr., M, Fairfax, Va.)
Lindsay Cunningham, Brown (Sr., F, Cumberland, R.I.)
Ashlin Yahr, Columbia (Fr., F, Rancho Sante Fe, Calif.)
Becky Brown, Yale (So., F, Lawrenceville, N.J.)
Melanie Baskind, Harvard (Fr., F, Framingham, Mass.)
Rebecca Taylor, Columbia (Sr., GK, Lincoln, Mass.)

All-Ivy Honorable Mention
Charlotte Rizzi, Brown (So., D, Bethesda, Md.)
Lauren Cooke, Columbia (So., D, San Rafael, Calif.)
Sidra Bonner, Cornell (Fr., D, Denver, Colo.)
Lindsey Kowal, Harvard (Fr., D, East Meadow, N.Y.)
Ellen Larkin, Penn (Sr., D, Troy, Mich.)
Melissa Seitz, Princeton (Jr., D, Basking Ridge, N.J.)
Caitlin Collins, Yale (Jr., D, Raytown, Mo.)
Eva Dixon, Cornell (Jr., M, Los Angeles, Calif.)
Allison Hubbard, Dartmouth (Jr., M, Marshfield, Mass.)
Gina Wideroff, Harvard (So., M, Boca Raton, Fla.)
Miyuki Hino, Yale (Fr., M, Potomac, Md.)
Kelsey Quick, Dartmouth (Jr., M, Bernardsville, N.J.)
Molly Weir, Penn (Sr., F, Gaithersburg, Md.)
Marin McDermott, Penn (Fr., F, Rhinebuck, N.Y.)
Brenna Hogue, Brown (Jr., GK, Concord, Calif.)
Laurel Peak, Dartmouth (Sr., GK, Redding, Conn.)
Lauren Mann, Harvard (Jr., GK, Encinitas, Calif.)

Ahna Johnson, whose hat trick against Loyola (Md.) in the final propelled Fairfield to the MAAC Tournament title is the 2008 MAAC Offensive Player of the Year. She earned this award after ranking third on the MAAC scoring list during the regular season with 12 goals and four assists for 28 points.

Offensive Player of the Year: Ahna Johnson, Fairfield
Defensive Player of the Year: Sarra Moller, Loyola
Rookie of the Year: Ashleigh Barone, Siena 
Anaconda Sports MAAC Coach of the Year: Jim Wendling, Canisius

All-MAAC First Team

Nikki Gabrielli, Canisius
Robyn Decker, Fairfield
Sarra Moller, Loyola
Kelly Reinwald, Canisius
Ahna Johnson, Fairfield
Lea Day, Loyola
Courtney McMahon, Manhattan
Nicole Cavallaro, Fairfield
Theresa Ferraina, Loyola
Christina Gomez, Loyola
Stephanie Gartley, Niagara
Ashleigh Barone, Siena
Brittany Henderson, Loyola

All-MAAC First Team
Alyssa Decker, Fairfield
Heather Cooke, Loyola
Jill Beauchamp, Manhattan
Brittany Duhamel, Manhattan
Alyssa Pollock, Niagara
Shana Brady, Siena
Kasey Makowski, Canisius
Kelly Farrell, Loyola
Chiara Greco, Niagara
Chelsea Maguire, Siena
Sylvia Kowalski, Canisius
Spenser Allaway, Fairfield
Jasmin Corniel, Fairfield
Caroline Morse, Manhattan
Maria DeMatteo, Siena
Kelly Boudreau, Fairfield

All-MAAC Rookie Team
Alyssa Decker, Fairfield
Devon Lutz, Manhattan
Jennifer Orlando, Marist
Jennifer Kimoto, Niagara
Maren Serafine, Siena
Kelly Reinwald, Canisius
Kathryn Hannis, Marist
Lindsay Tegas, Siena
Spenser Allaway, Fairfield
Jasmin Corniel, Fairfield
Ashleigh Barone, Siena
Kelly Boudreau, Fairfield
Laura Ettinger, Siena

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