Warshaw becomes 3-time first-team all-Pac-10


Bobby Warshaw became Stanford's first three-time All-Pac-10 first team selection Tuesday when the conference team was announced.

Warshaw was one of five Stanford players named to the all-conference teams. He was a second-team pick as a freshman.

Seniors Ryan Thomas and Dominique Yahyavi and sophomore Adam Jahn were named to the second team. Cameron Lamming received honorable mention.

Jahn was also a second team pick last year. Thomas was honorable mention last season. Yahyavi earned his first conference honor.

Warshaw finished with four goals and one assist as a central defender. He was the on field leader for a Stanford team that finished fourth, at 4-6 (8-10 overall) in the Pac-10.

Stanford joined the Pac-10 for men's soccer in 2000. Todd Dunivant, Roger Levesque, Lee Morrison and Michael Strickland each were named first team twice.

Yahyavi led Stanford in scoring with six goals and 13 points. Jahn had three goals and three assists. Thomas had a goal and three assists as a defender.

— Palo Alto Online Sports


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Posted by John
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on Nov 18, 2010 at 11:47 am

This story would have been better if I hadn't had to read through four "paragraphs" tp find out you were talking about soccer.

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