[AWARDS] Lindsay Taylor, whose third straight two-goal game spearheaded No. 1 Stanford's 2-1 comeback win at Oregon
State that gave the Cardinal the 2011 Pac-12 title, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played Oct. 24-30. For Soccer America's Week 11 Team of the Week ...
Soccer America Women's Team of the Week (Oct. 24-30)
GK Julie Eckel (Tennessee), Sr.
Tied career-high with nine saves in 2-0 victory at Georgia that extended shutout streak to 257 minutes.
D Tiana Brockway (Florida State), Jr.
Helped Seminoles earn first win in 10 visits to North Carolina as she led defense that limited UNC to three shots on goal and delivered corner kick on golden goal in 1-0 win in ACC quarterfinals.
F Krystyna Freda (Winthrop), Fr.
Scored first and third goal in 3-1 victory over Coastal Carolina and had all three goals in 3-0 win against Charleston Southern.
F Melissa Henderson (Notre Dame), Sr.
Scored winning goal to match career-high with 18 goals and give Fighting Irish 1-0 win at Marquette in Big East quarterfinals.
F Sydney Leroux (UCLA), Sr.
Scored three goals in first half of 8-0 win at Colorado and had lone goal in 1-0 win at Utah for eighth game-winning goal.
F Nadia Link (Long Beach State), Jr.
Had assist on both goals in a 2-0 triumph UC Davis and two goals and an assist in 4-2 win over Pacific.
D Christa Neary (South Carolina), Fr.
Assisted on game-winning goal and played key defensive role in 2-1 win at Florida that won SEC regular-season title, ending Florida’s run of five consecutive conference titles.
F Rachel Nuzzolese (Wake Forest), Soph.
Scored opening goal and assisted on other two goals as Demon Deacons won ACC quarterfinal match with 3-2 decision at Boston College.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
F Lindsay Taylor (Stanford), Sr.
Third straight two-goal game spearheaded 2-1 comeback win at Oregon State that gave No. 1 Cardinal Pac-12 title
F Taylor Uhl (Minnesota), Fr.
Scored three goals -- her second hat trick of season -- and one assist in 6-3 win over Nebraska.
M Bri Young, Texas A&M, Sr.
Came off the bench to post goal and assist in 3-0 win over Texas. It was first goal of season for Young, who missed first nine games with an injury.