College: Soccer America's Women's Team of the Decade

Soccer America announces its Women's College Team of the 1990s and its Player of the Decade: Women's Player of the Decade Mia Hamm (North Carolina 1989-90, 92-93) The Soccer America All-Decade Team Goalkeeper Saskia Webber (Rutgers 1989-92) Imposing talent was fearless and peerless. Defenders Sara Whalen (Connecticut 1994-97) Versatile speedster excelled all over the field. Staci Wilson (North Carolina 1994-97) Tenacious marker, ferocious tackler; won three NCAA titles. Midfielders Cindy Daws (Notre Dame 1993-96) Crafty scorer and passer (61 goals, 67 assists) won '95 NCAA title. Julie Foudy (Stanford 1989-92) Playmaker brought Cardinal to national prominence. Kristine Lilly (North Carolina 1989-92) All-around superb and great scorer (78 goals) won four titles. Tisha Venturini (North Carolina 1991-94) Great header, great technician, strong shot; won four titles. Forwards Danielle Fotopoulos (Florida 1996 & 98; SMU 94-95) Division I all-time leading scorer (118 goals, 48 assist) won '98 title. Debbie Keller (North Carolina 1993-96) Clutch scorer helped Tar Heels to three titles. Tiffeny Milbrett (Portland 1990-92, 94) Her 103 goals, 40 assists put Portland on the map. Mia Hamm (North Carolina 1989-90, 92-93) Dangerous whenever she touched the ball. She scored 103 goals.
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