Katie Watson Named to CAA Preseason All-Conference Team

August 27, 2007
By ODU Athletics

Aug. 27, 2007

RICHMOND, VA -- The Colonial Athletic Association released it's 2007 Pre-season All-CAA team on Monday with Lady Monarchs Katie Watson listed as a Pre-season All-CAA forward. Watson returns as ODU's only 1st team All-Conference performer from a year ago.

Watson was the first ever Lady Monarch to be named a Scholar All-American when she did so in 2006 by NSCAA/adidas. She was also named to two separate All-Region squads by the NSCAA and SOCCER BUZZ Magazine. Her 33 total points led the league as she was second in the league in goals with 13 and tied for the league lead in assists with seven.

The Monarchs start the 2007 season this Sunday, September 2 at home as they host the Greyhounds of Loyola College (MD). Kick-off is set for 1:00 pm.

2007 PRESEASON ALL-CAA WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM

 

Player, School                                 Pos.     Cl.        Hometown

Annie Lowry, James Madison            F         Sr.        Butler, Pa.

Katie Watson, Old Dominion              F         Sr.      Woodbridge, Va.

Claire Zimmeck, William and Mary     F         Jr.        Fairfax, Va.

Jenny Cauble, UNC Wilmington        MF     Sr.         Greensboro, N.C.

Danielle Collins, William and Mary   MF      Jr.         Cream Ridge, N.J.

Sophia Palmquist, Northeastern        MF     So.        Goteborg, Sweden

Kelly Renkin, UNC Wilmington          MF     Jr.         Midlothian, Va.

Teri Maykoski, James Madison          D        Jr.          Fairfax, Va.

Laura Salichs, George Mason             D         Sr.         Alpharetta, Ga.

Sue Weber, Hofstra                              D         Sr.         Islip, N.Y.

Brandi Daniels, Towson                       GK      Sr.         Huntington, N.Y.

 

PRESEASON CAA WOMEN'S SOCCER Co-PLAYERS OF THE YEAR: 

Sue Weber, Hofstra & Claire Zimmeck, William and Mary

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