Womens Soccer

Menlo places five, on All-Cal Pac team

Date of competition: Tuesday, November 18, 2008

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Women's soccer
California Pacific Conference
Player of the Year: Eleanna Mendez, Dominican
Newcomer of the Year: Sandy Hanania, William Jessup and Katie Brown, Dominican
Defender of the Year: Alicia Paulsen, Dominican
Freshman of the Year: Julianna Bratsberg, Dominican
Coach of the Year: Jon Delano, Dominican
First Team
Ryanne Bergstrom, Menlo
Julianna Bratsberg, Dominican
Christine Coleman, Dominican
Shayna Elkins, Dominican
Bridget Folan, Dominican
Jessica Gottschalk, Holy Names
Michelle Mason, Dominican
Eleanna Mendez, Dominican
Courtney Opie, Simpson
Brittanie Perez, Holy Names
Amanda Torres, Menlo
Second Team
Katie Brown, Dominican
Rosie Brown, Bethany
Jacque Cassell, William Jessup
Megan Gray, Menlo
Melissa Grimmond, Holy Names
Allison Hahn, William Jessup
Sandy Hanania, William Jessup
Natalie Hull, Menlo
Emily Meike, Mills
Lynsey Musante, Holy Names
Lauren Romero, Menlo
Ally Tamayo, Dominican
Honorable Mention: Bethany: Sharon Burley; Dominican: Taylor Houston, Anika Lindemuth; Holy Names: Annie Canalin, Breanna Lisle, Monique Reyes; Menlo: Megan Finney, Miranda Zumbahlen; Mills: Katja Davis; Simpson: Morgan DeFazio, Jordan England, Rachelle Jones, Heather Perez, Christina Wade; William Jessup: Dixie Blackwell, Lily Chavez, Rachel Constantini, Lindsey Cesena, Nancy Pena, Melissa Plinski, Katelyn Wilson.

posted by rick on Nov 18, 2008 at 5:42 pm

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