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Three Lady Monarchs Named to CAA's 25th Anniversary Team

Courtesy: ODU Athletics
         
Release: August 04, 2009
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Aug. 4, 2009

 

RICHMOND, Va. (August 4, 2009) – Fourteen All-Americans and 11 conference Players of the Year are among 25 players who have been selected to the Colonial Athletic Association women’s soccer Silver Anniversary team.

 

As part of its 25th Anniversary celebration in 2009-10, the CAA is recognizing Silver Anniversary teams in 21 championship sports.  The teams are selected by a panel of current and former head coaches in the conference.

 

 Members of the CAA Silver Anniversary team for women’s soccer are:

 

Sandra Anger (VCU), Kim Argy (James Madison), Laura Beeman (Old Dominion), Dani Collins (William & Mary), Ann Cook (William & Mary), Jenn Gross (George Mason), Jen Henley (Old Dominion), Corky Julien (James Madison), Stephanie Loehr (William & Mary), Annie Lowry (James Madison), Carrie Moore (William & Mary),  Natalie Neaton (William & Mary), Jamie Pagliarulo (George Mason), Jennifer Parsons (VCU), Tammy Pearman (George Mason), Jaclyn Raveia (Richmond), Kelly Renkin (UNC Wilmington), Brooke Sands (Richmond), Lindsey Vanderspiegel (William & Mary), Becky Wachsberger (Hofstra), Katie Watson (Old Dominion), Sue Weber (Hofstra), Ashley Williamson (James Madison), Missy Wycinsky (William & Mary), Claire Zimmeck (William & Mary).

 

The CAA is known as one of the nation’s top women’s soccer conferences. Since sponsorship of the sport began in 1993, the CAA has sent multiple teams to the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship in 14 of the 16 seasons. William and Mary has captured nine CAA titles and earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament in 15 of those 16 years.  James Madison has won a pair of CAA championships and has made nine NCAA appearances over the past 16 seasons. Hofstra is also a two-time CAA champion, while George Mason, Northeastern, Old Dominion and VCU have won the title once. Mason reached the national championship game in 1993.

 

More extensive biographies of the members of the Silver Anniversary team are included with this release. Photos are available at http://www.caasports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=8500&ATCLID=204767911

 

 

 

CAA WOMEN’S SOCCER 25TH ANNIVERSARY TEAM

 

Sandra Anger – Midfielder - VCU – 2002-05 – Coguen, France

·         Chosen as the CAA Player of the Year in 2004

·         Four-time All-CAA honoree, including three first-team selections

·         Led VCU to its first CAA title in 2004 and a pair of NCAA appearances

·         Ranked among VCU’s top five in career goals (25), assists (19) and points (69)

Kim Argy – Forward – James Madison – 2002-05 – Oak Hill, Va.

·         Three-time All-CAA selection who was the CAA Rookie of the Year in 2002

·         Freshman All-American in 2002 and a two-time All-Region honoree

·         Ranked among JMU’s top five in career goals (34), game-winning goals (15) and points (78)

·         Named to the NSCAA Scholar All-America team in 2005

Laura Beeman – Forward – Old Dominion – 2002-05 – Chalfont, Pa.

·         CAA Player of the Year and CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2005

·         Three-time member of the All-CAA team

·         Tied an ODU record with 16 goals in 2005 and earned All-Region honors

·         Ranked second in career goals (37) and points (86) at ODU

Dani Collins – Midfielder – William and Mary – 2005-08 – Cream Ridge, N.J.

·         Earned NSCAA third team All-America honors in 2007 and 2008

·         Three-time All-CAA and All-Region first team selection

·         Chosen to the NSCAA Scholar All-America first team in 2008

·         Member of the U.S. Under-21 National Team in 2006

Ann Cook – Midfielder – William and Mary – 1993-97 – Springfield, Mo.

·         Three-time NSCAA All-American, earning first team honors in 1997

·         1997 CAA Player of the Year and CAA Tournament MVP

·         Four-time All-CAA and All-Region honoree

·         Led W&M to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances  and three CAA titles

Jenn Gross – Forward – George Mason – 1993-97 – Clifton, Va.

·         Four-time All-CAA first team selection and CAA Rookie of the Year in 1993

·         Earned All-Region honors three times and All-State honors twice

·         Holds Mason career records for goals (72), game-winning goals (20) and points (165)

·         Set a school record with seven career hat tricks

Jen Henley – Forward – Old Dominion – 1998-2001 – Chalfont, Pa.

·         CAA Co-Player of the Year in 2000 and CAA Rookie of the Year in 1998

·         Three-time All-CAA and two-time All-Region selection

·         Holds ODU career records for goals (40) and points (109)

·         Earned Freshman All-America honors in 1998

Corky Julien – Forward – James Madison – 2006-09 – Williamstown, Ontario

·         Earned CAA Player of the Year and All-America honors in 2008

·         Scored at least one goal in a school-record nine consecutive games

·         Led JMU to back-to-back NCAA Tournaments, advancing to the round of 16 in 2008

·         Starter for the Canadian National Team in the 2009 Cyprus Cup

Stephanie Loehr – Back – William and Mary – 1994-98 – Springfield, Va.

·         Earned NSCAA and Soccer Buzz All-America honors in 1998

·         Four-time All-CAA and three-time All-Region selection

·         Led W&M to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances  and three CAA titles

·         Names W&M’s Female Athlete of the Year in 1998

Annie Lowry – Forward – James Madison – 2004-07 – Butler, Pa.

·         Selected to the NSCAA All-America first team in 2007

·         Three-time All-CAA, All-Region and All-State honoree

·         Ranks among JMU’s career top 10 in goals (28) and points (74)

·         Led JMU to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances

Carrie Moore – Midfielder – William and Mary – 1996-99 – Roanoke, Va.

·         Four-time All-CAA selection, including three first-team honors

·         Chosen to the All-Region squad in 1997 and 1998

·         Led W&M to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances  and four CAA titles

·         First-round pick and #14 overall selection in the inaugural W-USA Draft

Natalie Neaton – Midfielder – William and Mary – 1993-97 – Brington, Mich.

·         NSCAA National Player of the Year in 1995

·          Four-time All-America , All-Region and All-CAA selection

·         Earned CAA Player of the Year honors in 1993 and 1995

·         W&M’s career leader in goals (81) and second all-time in points (190)

Jamie Pagliarulo – Goalkeeper – George Mason – 1995-98 – Hershey, Pa.

·         Three-time All-America, All-Region and All-CAA honoree

·         Member of the U.S. National Team in 1997 and 2001

·         Holds Mason records for saves in a game (20), season (123) and career (375)

·         Recorded 20 career shutouts, including seven in 1998

Jennifer Parsons – Forward – VCU – 2001-04 – New Foundland, Canada

·         Selected as the CAA Player of the Year in 2003

·         Earned 1st team All-CAA honors during all four years with the Rams

·         VCU’s all-time leader in goals (58) and points (131)

·         Scored 13 or more goals in each of her four seasons

Tammy Pearman – Forward – George Mason – 1993-94 – Albuquerque, N.M.

·         Earned CAA Player of the Year and NSCAA All-America honors in 1994

·          Two-time All-Region and All-CAA selection

·         Member of the U.S. National team from 1995-97

·         Scored 33 career goals in just two seasons, including 13 game-winners

Jaclyn Raveia – Back – Richmond – 1997-2000 – Fairfax, Va.

·         Selected as the CAA Defender of the Year in 1999 and 2000

·         Earned 1st team All-America and NSCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors in 2000

·         Four-time All-CAA and three-time All-Region selection

·         Chosen as the Mid-Atlantic Region Defender of the Year by Soccer Buzz

Kelly Renkin – Midfielder/Back – UNC Wilmington – 2005-08 – Midlothian, Va.

·         Earned first-team All-CAA honors during her final three years with the Seahawks

·         Three-time All-Region and All-State honoree

·         Ranked among UNCW’s career top five in goals (29), assists (15) and points (75)

·         UNCW’s all-time leader with 13 game-winning goals

Brooke Sands – Forward – Richmond – 1997-2000 – Dallas, Texas

·         Three-time All-CAA selection who was CAA Rookie of the Year in 1997

·         Received first team Academic All-America honors

·         UR’s all-time leader in goals (51), points (124) and game-winning goals (14)

·         Set school season records for goals (22) and points (47) in 1997

Lindsey Vanderspiegel – Midfielder – William and Mary – 2000-03 – Chesapeake, Va.

·         Named CAA Player of the Year in 2002 and CAA Rookie of the Year in 2000

·         Four-time All-CAA and All-Region selection

·         CAA Tournament MVP in 2001 and a three-time CAA All-Tournament honoree

·         Received Freshman All-America honors in 2000

Becky Wachsberger – Goalkeeper – Hofstra – 2002-05 – East Meadow, N.Y.

·         Three-time All-CAA and All-Region selection

·         Hofstra’ all-time leader in saves (302), goals against average (0.66) and save percentage (.848)

·         Set the CAA record for career shutouts with 36

·         Led Hofstra to its first-ever NCAA Tournament berth in 2005

Katie Watson – Forward – Old Dominion – 2005-08 – Woodbridge, Va.

·         Two-time All-CAA and All-Region selection

·         Selected as an NSCAA Scholar All-American in 2006

·         Ranked among ODU’s career top 10 in goals (26), assists (23) and points (75)

·         Led ODU to its first CAA championship in 2006

Sue Weber – Back – Hofstra – 2005-07 – Islip, N.Y.

·         Earned NSCAA All-America honors in 2005 and 2007

·         Three-time CAA Defensive Player of the Year and two-time CAA Tournament MVP

·         Three-time  All-Region and All-CAA first-team selection

·         Anchored a Hofstra defense that posted a school-record 12 shutouts in 2007

Ashley Williamson – Forward – James Madison – 1992-95 – Winter Springs, Fla.

·         Earned 1st team All-Region, All-State and All-CAA honors in 1995

·          Participated in the Umbro Select Senior All-Star Game

·         JMU’s all-time leader in goals (55) and points (128)

·         Scored 19 goals for 1995 JMU team that reached the NCAA Tournament round of 16

Missy Wycinsky – Forward – William and Mary – 1996-99 – Woodbridge, Va.

·         Three-time selection to the NSCAA All-America team

·         Chosen as the CAA Player of the Year in 1998 and 1999

·         W&M’s all-time leader in assists (52) and points (202) and second in career goals (75)

·         Led W&M to four straight CAA titles and NCAA Tournament appearances

Claire Zimmeck – Forward – William and Mary – 2005-08 – Fairfax, Va.

·         Three-time All-America and four-time All-Region honoree

·         Selected as the CAA Player of the Year in  2006 and 2007

·         Ranks among the top five in W&M history in goals (57) and points (126)

·         Semifinalist for the Hermann Trophy in 2007 and 2008

 

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