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CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performers of the Week #1 (Aug. 20-22)
BC 'keeper Jillian Mastroianni headlines clutch performers on opening weekend.
Boston College junior goalkeeper Jillian Mastroianni (Durham, Conn.) headlines the first group of Primetime Performers for the 2010 Division I women's soccer season, as presented by CollegeSoccer360.com.
Mastroianni – whose 10 saves in the 1-1 tie vs. #2 Stanford included several game-changing plays – is joined by 12 other players from around the country, in comprising the first group of 2010 honorees for the CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week (full list below).
Boston College junior goalkeeper Jillian Mastroianni (above) turned in several highlight-reel plays during her 10-save performance vs. the potent #2-ranked Stanford squad (1-1 tie).
Selection is based on any/all of the following "primetime" criteria (i.e. not solely based on raw stats):
• Bonus consideration is given for key performances away from team's home field.
Sydney Leroux (left)
The other 12 players on the week-1 Primetime Performer list include two junior forwards – UCLA's Sydney Leroux and Milwaukee's Sarah Hagen – who each were named to the CS360 Primetime Performer list twice during the 2009 season. Others among the 2010 opening-week Primetimer honorees include: Siena so. F Caitlin Cahalan ... UC Irvine jr. F/M Courtney "CoCo" Johnson ... Virginia sr. F Meghan Lenczyk ... Duke sr. D Molly Lester ... Santa Clara sr. F Anessa Patton ... San Diego fr. F Devany Savage ... Penn State jr. D Emma Thomson ... Florida fr. F Taylor Travis ... Akron so. F Katie Wise ... and North Carolina jr. D Rachel Wood.
All photos courtesy of the respective schools.
CS360's PRIMETIME PERFORMERS
OF THE WEEK #1 (Aug. 20-22, 2010)
"It's not so much what you do, as it is when you do it."
CollegeSoccer360 is pleased to honor these players who came through for their teams, delivering in the clutch during the opening weekend of the 2010 season (rankings below refer to CS360 Composite National rankings; class years indicate academic status and some players may have an additional year of eligibility):
The 13 selections includes three seniors, six juniors, two sophomores and two freshmen. Four of the players – Goodson, Patton, Savage and Wood – are California natives, with the other nine hailing from nine different home states/provinces/foreign countries: Connecticut, Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin, British Columbia and England.
Molly Lester (left)
The CS360 Primetime Performer awards made their debut at the start of the 2009 season and now have spanned 13 total weeks of competition. Stanford players have combined for 14 Primetime Performer honors spanning those 13 weeks, followed by: 10 from North Carolina; eight each from UCLA and Santa Clara; seven each from Florida State, Penn State, Virginia and Boston College; six from San Diego; five each from Portland, Texas A&M, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, Oregon State, Wisconsin, Duke and Florida; four each from five teams (Ohio State, St. John's, California, Michigan State and Wake Forest); and three each from 14 other teams (BYU, UCF, Pittsburgh, Indiana, Rutgers, USC, Missouri, West Virginia, Purdue, Arizona State, Notre Dame, Maryland, Oklahoma State and Milwaukee).
Headshots for each of the 13 players are included in the righthand sidebar.
Penn State's Emma Thomson (left)