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Sept. 27, 2010                               
contact: Pete LaFleur (editor@collegesoccer360.com)

CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performers of Week #6  (Sept. 20-26)

Midfielder Kristen Mewis is second BC player to be Primetime Player of the Week.

Boston College sophomore midfielder
Kristen Mewis (Hansen, Mass.) – who played a central role in BC's historic win at top-ranked North Carolina (3-2) – has been named the CS360 Primetime Player of the Week for Division I women's soccer, as selected by CollegeSoccer360.com for the final full week of September (20th-26th). Mewis is joined by 10 other players (listed below), in comprising the week-six CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week.

Kristie Mewis A230

Boston College sophomore midfielder Kristen Mewis (left) scored the tying goal and assisted on the gamewinner, in BC 3-2 win at #1 North Carolina (resulting in several rarities during D-I women's soccer history).


Mewis actually played lead part in both of Boston College's wins over the weekend (also 1-0 at N.C. State), as Eagles made their case for the nation's #1 ranking (TBA). She exited the exciting road trip now riding an 8-game point streak, for a team on an 8-game winning role (9-0-1 overall).

Mewis helped the Eagles achieved the following rarities: handed UNC only its ninth home loss ever at Fetzer Field (in 29 D-I season); became the 11th team ever to score three goals in a game vs. the Tar Heels; and became the first team since 1999 to score three goals in one half vs. UNC.

The BC-UNC was scoreless at the intermission, but five goals followed in back-and-forth succession. Mewis forged a 1-1 game (60') when she connected with a right-flank service from the leftfooted Victoria DiMartino, sending a lunging header back inside the far-right post. The teams then traded goals again, before Mewis assisted on the eventual gamewinner (75') with a pass to DiMartino (whose shot from outside the left edge of the box snuck inside the near post.

Three days later – with BC looking to avoid a letdown – Mewis became the first player to score a 1st-half goal vs. N.C. State this season (24'), via a long thru-ball assist from DiMartino. Her 18 points this season (6G-6A) include an assist on the tying goal vs. Stanford (1-1); the game's lone goal at Boston Univ. (63'; 1-0); and an assist on the eventual gamewinner at Rutgers (3-1). Mewis also ranked among BC's leading scorers as a freshman in 2009 (5G-6A; 23 GS), earning a spot on the Atlantic Coast Conference All-Freshman Team (she's also a former prep All-American who has played for various U.S. youth national teams).

Boston College players now have combined for CS360 Primetime Performer honors nine times over the past two seasons (trailing only Stanford's 16 weekly awards and UNC's 13). BC goalkeeper Jillian Mastroianni earned Primetime Player of the Week honors earlier this season, while forward Brooke Knowlton was among the 2010 week-5 Primetime Performers of the Week.


Selection for the CS360 weekly awards is based on any/all of the following "primetime" criteria (i.e. not solely based on raw stats):
• Must have been playing in a game involving a top-50 team from the CS360 Composite National Rankings (or a preseason conference favorite), or performed at a high level in a game that is key to the team's postseason qualification.
• Involved in clutch performances, such as gamewinning goals, noteworthy comebacks, late scores, team leadership, etc.
• Overcame adversity or extreme circumstances (for the team and/or individual).

• Bonus consideration is given for key performances away from team's home field.

• In general, preference is given based on the quality of the opponent and situational factors involved in the player's accomplishments.

The other 10 players on the week-6 Primetime Performer list include: UCLA senior defender Lauren Barnes (Upland, Calif.) ... Colorado fr. goalkeeper Annie Brunner (Arvada, Colo.) ... Denver sophomore 'keeper Lara Campbell (Anchorage, Alaska) ... Eastern Kentucky fr. forward Nicole Donnelly (Cincinnati, Ohio) ... UTEP jr. M Katie Dorman (El Paso, Texas) ... Notre Dame jr. F Melissa Henderson (Garland, Texas) ... Marquette fr. F Maegan Kelly  (Kansas City, Mo.) ... Nebaska so. F Morgan Marlborough (Lee's Summit, MO) ... Wake Forest fr. F Rachel Nuzzolese (Melville, N.Y.) ... and Stanford sr. F Christen Press (Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.).

Press now has received the most CS360 Primetime Performer weekly honors (6) in the two-year history of the award, ahead of her former Stanford teammate Kelly O'Hara (5) and current Milwaukee junior Sarah Hagen. Nuzzolese has joined Hagan and Boston University's Jessica Lucinski as repeat Primetime Performers this season, while Mewis, Henderson and Marlborough have received the honor in each of the past two seasons.

The 11 week-6 selections include six forwards, two midfielders, one defender and two goalkeepers. They feature two seniors, two juniors, three sophomores and four freshmen. Two of the players are Missouri natives and two more are from California hometowns, with the other seven hailing from nine different home states: Alaska, California, Colorado, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio and Texas.

CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week #6  (Sept. 20-26, 2010)
(Division I women's soccer; presented by CollegeSoccer360.com)

Lauren Barnes  (UCLA ... D ... Sr. ... Upland, CA ... #3)
Annie Brunner  (Colorado ... G ... Fr. ... Arvada, CO ... #1)
Lara Campbell  (Denver ... G ... So. ... Anchorage, AK ... #1)

Nicole Donnelly  (Eastern Kentucky ... F ... Fr. ... Cincinnati, OH ... #15)
Katie Dorman  (UTEP ... M ... Jr. ... El Paso, TX ... #17)
Melissa Henderson  (Notre Dame ... F ... Jr. ... Garland, TX ... #6)
Maegan Kelly  (Marquette ... F ... Fr. ... Kansas City, MO ... #4)
* Kristen Mewis  (Boston College ... M ... So. ... Hansen, MA ... #19)
Morgan Marlborough  (Nebraska ... F ... So. ... Lee's Summit, MO ... #15)
Rachel Nuzzolese  (Wake Forest ... F ... Fr. ... Melville, NY ... #4)
Christen Press  (Stanford ... F ... Sr. ... Palos Verdes Estates, CA ... #23)
* – Mewis is the CS360 Primetime Player of the Week

All photos courtesy of the respective schools.    


CS360's PRIMETIME PERFORMERS
OF THE WEEK #6 
(Sept. 20-26, 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 final full week of September (rankings below refer to CS360 Composite National Rankings; class years indicate academic status and some players may have an additional year of eligibility):  


Lauren Barnes dribble

Lauren Barnes (left)
(UCLA ... D ... Sr. ... Upland, CA)
Veteran left back – and only starting backliner who returned from UCLA's 2009 squad – who led impressive defensive effort, as Bruins shut out a pair of top west-coast teams (2-0 vs. #30 San Diego; 1-0 vs. #8 Santa Clara) ... helped Bruins defense finish the weekend having allowed only four shots on goal and five corner kicks in the two games (12 total shots allowed) ... also scored key opening goal late in the USD game, striking a low 23-yard free kick that beat the USD 'keeper Courtney Parsons ('78) ... that game remained tense until the final minutes, with UCLAs' second goal not coming until the 87th minute ... key timely goal vs. USD was all the more noteworthy die to the absence of top scorer Sydney Leroux (currently attending her first training camp with the full U.S. National Team) ... helped hold USD to 4 shots-on-goal (8 total) and 3 corners, before being part of back lie that did not yield a single shot-on-goal from Santa Clara (4 total shots; 2 CKs), as 33rd-minute goal held up ... has 3G-4A this season for 6-2-1 Bruins (8 GP) ... longtime member of U.S. youth national teams (currently with U-23s) ... has totaled 35 career points (6G-23A) in her UCLA career, spanning 81 career games played (all but one of them starts) ... 2nd team all-Pac-10 in 2009 (2G-10A; 25 GS) ... helped UCLA lead nation with 0.23 goals-again-avg. in 2008 (6 goals all. in 25 games; 6A, 25 GP/24 GS) ... earned 2007 Freshman All-Ameirca honors (1G-3A; 25 GS) ... assisted on 2008 NCAA quarterfinal gamewinner vs. west-coast rival Portland (3-2) ... prep All-American and product of Arsenal FC club (rated nation's #2 recruit in 2007) ... part of UCLA program that has producednine CS360 Primetime Performer honors over the past two seasons (including Sydney Leroux and Jenna Richmond earlier this season).

Annie Brunner A230

Annie Brunner (left)
(Colorado ... G ... Fr. ... Arvada, CO)
Rookie netminder who now has allowed only one goal in the past three games (317 total minutes), while facing top teams UCLA (now #11; 1-0/2 OT previous week), at #6 Texas A&M (2-1/OT) and back home vs. #23 Texas (0-0) – as Buffs (5-4-1) have made big comeback from 2-4-1 start ... saved 10-of-11 shots she faced spanning the A&M and Texas games, while dealing with 29 total shots and nine corner kicks during those two pressured-packed battles ... joined the other players  in enduring a 130-minute delay before game began at A&M, then helped post big upset by making eight saves and navigating her way through six corner kicks (plus 21 total shots) ... her only goal allowed over the past three games was from A&M's second-leading scorer Merritt Mathias (tying goal, 57') ... helped maintain tie vs. A&M, until Lizzy Herzl resprised her heroics vs. UCLA with another OT goal (99') ... returned home to log 110 shutout minutes vs. Texas squad that had won at BYU earlier in the week ...  made back-to-back OT saves – moments before Herzl's gamewinner – on pair stops against Leah Fortuni (header and rebound try) ... one of only two freshman goalkeepers starting for Big 12 teams this season (CU previously had freshman starters in the nets during the 2002, '05 and '06 seasons) ...  ... part of CU program that has produced four CS360 Primetime Performers over the past two seasons (including Alex Dohm the previous week).
 
Lara Campbell A230
Lara Campbell (left)
(Denver ... G ... So. ... Anchorage, AK)
Another young goalkeeper from the Rocky Mountain region, coming off a pair of clutch shutouts during key Sunbeltt Conference wins at league contenders Middle Tennesee (1-0) and Western Kentucky (2-0) ... totaled 13 saves during the roadtrip, while also dealing with plenty other traffic (8 corner kicks; 29 total shots) ... played key role in DU posting shutout road wins over MTSU and WKU for first time since 2001 ... battled through 50 scoreless minutes at MTSU (until Kaitlin Bast's goal) and then held onto 1-0 lead, with six of her seven saves coming in the second half ... made six saves two day later while withstanding another tight game at WKU, with Bast scoring again moments before halftime (DU's breathing room did not come until Nicollette DiGiacomo's 77th-min. goal) ... has been in goal all season (8-2-0), with 0-1 goals allowed in each win ... part of DU program that has produced three CS360 Primetime Performers over the past two seasons (including Bast earlier this season).

Nicole Donnelly A230

(Eastern Kentucky...F...Fr...Cincinnati, OH)
Rookie spark who already has poured in several key goals, most recently scoring all of EKU's goals in wins over two of the Ohio Valley Conference's top teams: OVC favorite Murray State (1-0)) and preseason #3 pick Tennessee-Martin (2-1, in 2 OT) – with Murray winning the 2009 OVC regular-season title while UTM won the tournament title ... scored late ('78) to end scoreless game vs. the Racers, scoring five yards past 'keeper Tara Isbell (just minutes after re-entering the EKU attack) ... helped outshot the OVC favorites, 17-11 ... led Colonels to fourth straight win, two days later, with opening goal and double-OT winner ... took pass from Katie Collar, drew out 'keeper Lauren Mackenzie and scored from 7-yards out (17'; UTM tied game in 66') ... the game was seven minutes from ending in a tie (103'), when she scored on a rebound goal for the dramatic need (following up Mackenzie's save on a Carly Muller shot) ... has scored five of team's past five goals, with three gamewinners during the past two weeks ... played lead role in EKU (5-4-2) battling back from 1-4-2 start ... first EKU player to earn CS360 Primetime Performr honors ('09-'10).

Katie Dorman A230
Katie Dorman (left) 
(UTEP ... M ... Jr. ... El Paso, TX)
Inspiring story who first joined the UTEP program as a walk-on in 2008 as has developed into key leader and clutch offensive player ... set up first goal in 3-1 win over UAB before adding goal and assist in 2-1 upset of #35 Memphis (three-time defending Conference USA champions) ... chased down a long lead pass down the left flank early vs. Memphis (15') and surprised charging 'keeper Elise Kuhar-Pitters with a lunging, one-touch goal into vacated net (Memphis tied game at 41') ... combined with fellow El Paso native Gina Soto on decisive goal vs. Tigers (67'), gathering loose ball and threading pass that led the onrushing Soto into the box for shot oner a sliding Kuhar-Pitters ... two days earlier, she chased down  an early pass (4'), tiptoed endline and deltly passed to Syke Schultze for one-timer into the upper-corner ... has helped UTEP (9-1-0) compile 8-game win streak (third-longest in program history, with 36-7 scoring margin in streak) ... her 23 points this season (8G-7A) are tied for top in CUSA and have her on the verge of being one of nation's first players with double-digit goals and assists ... has yet to miss a game during her UTEP career, with 32 career points (10G-12A) ... first UTEP player to earn CS360 Primetime Performer honors ('09-'10).

Melissa Henderson A230

(Notre Dame ... F ... Jr. ... Garland, TX)
Elite scorer who had 2G-1A as Irish jumped out to 3-0 lead and went on to win 5-0 at surging #25 Louisville (earlier helped beat Cincinnati, 4-0) ... fed ball to Jessica Schuveiller, whose cross led to early-goal by Taylor Knaack (10') ... toe-poked deflected cross into right of foal (24') and later completed her ninth career multiple-goal game (72'), after running onto Elizabeth Tucker's thru-ball and poking shot inside far-right post ... her surging season stats (6G-5A; 10 GS) have placed her near 100 career points (94; 41G-12A; in 61 GP/52 GS) ... already has five gamewinning goals this season (18 career, five shy of ND record) ... ND is 28-0-0 when scores a goal, spanning past three seasons ... has helped extend unbeaten streak vs. BIG EAST Conference teams to 69 games (66-0-3; longest streak vs. conference opponents in NCAA D-I w-soccer history) ... earned 2009 All-America honors (18G-5A; 24 GP/22 GS), when she had 4G in NCAA win over CMU (followed by 1A on only goal vs. Oregon St. and first goal in 2-0 quarters at FSU) ... her 2008 Freshman All-America season (17G-2A; 27 GP/20 GS) included primary assist in NCAA semifinal win vs. Stanford (1-0) ... longtime member of U.S. youth national teams (also played for elite Dallas Texans club program) ... also earned Primetime Performer honors in 2009 ... part of ND program that has produced five CS360 Primetime Performer honors over the past two seasons (including Nikki Weiss earlier this season).

Maegan Kelly A230
 
Maegan Kelly (left)
(Marquette ... F ... Fr. ... Kansas City, MO)
Speedy newcomer with powerful shot ... assisted on tying goal and score eventual gamewinner, as Golden Eagles overcame early deficit (9') to beat #41 West Virginia in matchup of the top teams forecasted in the BIG EAST American Division (also helped post 2-0 win at Pittsburgh) ... the result marked the first time that WVU has defeated WVU in regular-season play ... game off the bench to log productive 41 minutes of action vs. the Mountaineers, including pass that was settled by Ashley Bares and slotted past 'keeper Kerri Butler for tying score (22') ... scored late in half (41') for decisive goal, converting pas sequence from Lauren Acres to Julia Victor (pass into the middle) ... her 3G-1A this season (11 GP) include earlier goals at Auburn (3-0) and vs. UC Santa Barbara (1-0) ... helped KC Dynamos club team win the 2009 Tournament of Champions under-23 title ... second Marquette player to earn CS360 Primetime Performers over the past two seasons.

Morgan Marlborough A230
(Nebraska ... F ... So. ... Lee's Summit, MO)
Second-year scoring sensation who has totaled more career goals (31) than games played (30, all starts) ... scored all three on Huskers' goals during 2-1 win over #23 Texas and 2-1 loss to #6 Texas A&M, with her team forced to play with only 10 players (and an emergency/3rd-string 'keeper) for the final 49 minutes after battling A&M 1-1 through 41' ... opened scoring vs. Texas on a 25-yard free-kick deep on the left flank, placing shot over wall and inside far-right post (58'; with the Longhorns quickly tying the game) ... scored again within the next minute, marking the first time Texas had allowed multiple goals this season (20-yd free-kick; 61') while extending Nebraska's home unbeaten streak to 18 games ... helped Huskers battle back from early A&M goal (11'), scoring on yet another free kick (20 yds; inside right post) ... Nebraska's starting 'keeper was red-carded (41') and backup already was injured, forcing field player Jaclyn White (a forward) to fill in as last line of defense (A&M scored in 71', on a long free-kick that White nearly saved of the crossbar) ... leading Big 12 scorer (10G-3A) while helping Huskers start 8-3-0 ... her 72 career points (31G-10A) include 21G-7A during her 2009 Freshman All-America season (19 GS) ... ranked as nation's 5th-leading scorer in 2009, while earning Big 12 player-of-the-year honors (2G in 2-1 win over A&M) ... current member of U.S. Under-20 National Team ... prep All-American who set Missouri state record by totaling 232 career goals at Lee's Summit High School (set state record for goals all four seasons, capped by 69 in '08) ... also earned CS350 Primetime Performers honors in 2009.


Kristie Mewis action

Kristen Mewis
  (left)
(CS360 Primetime Player of the Week)
(Boston College ... M ... So. ... Hansen, MA)
Played lead part in both wins over the weekend (3-2 at #1 UNC; 1-0 at N.C. State), as Eagles made history while also making their case for the nation's #1 ranking (TBA) ... riding an 8-game point streak for unbeaten team (9-0-1) that is on an 8-game win streak ... scored tying goal vs. North Carolina and assisted on gamewinner, later scoring lone goal three days later as BC avoided letdown at N.C. State ... member of Eagles team that achieved the following: handed UNC only its ninth home loss ever at Fetzer Field (in 29 D-I season); became the 11th team ever to score three goals in a game vs. the Tar Heels; and became first team since 1999 to score three goals in one half vs. UNC ... connected on a right-flank service from the leftfooted Victoria DiMartino, sending a lunging header back inside the far-right post for 1-1 game at UNC (60') ... helped BC overcame another deficit for 2-2 game, before assisting on eventual gamewinner (75') on pass to DiMartino (whose shot from outside left edge of the box snuck inside near post) ... became first player to score a 1st-half goal vs. N.C. State this season (24'), via a long thru-ball assist from DiMartino ... her 18 points this season (6G-6A) include assist on the tying goal vs. Stanford (1-1), game's lone goal at Boston Univ. (63'; 1-0) and assist on the eventual GWG at Rutgers (3-1) ... ranked among BC's leading scorers as a freshman in 2009 (5G-6A; 23 GS), earning spot on ACC All-Freshman Team ... former prep All-American who has played for various U.S. youth national teams ... part of BC program that has produced nine Primetime Performer honors over the past two seasons, including two earlier this season (goalkeeper Jillian Mastroianni, also Primetime Player of the Week pick, and forward Brooke Knowlton, who was among the 2010 week-5 Primetime Performers of the Week).

Rachel Nuzzolese A230
(Wake Forest ... F ... Fr. ... Mellville, NY)
Has emerged as one of nation's top-scoring freshmen, most recently scoring a pair of free-kick goals in a 2- win at #19 Duke (WFU's first-ever win over the Blue Drvils at Koskinen Stadium) ... also had 1G-1A in 4-0 win at Clemson, as Demon Deacons have started 2-0-0 in ACC play for first time since 2001 ... tied Duke on a tough left-side angle (25'), placing her far-post kick into the top-right corner ... added eventual gamewinner (68') after drawing foul and scoring on 23-yard shot outside top of box (under crossbar) ... cashed in a 2-on-1 break with Katie Stengel at Clemson (43') and, minutes later, received Stengel's long pass across the box and tapped pass to Casey Luckhurst (finish from 18 yds) ... her 23 points this season (9G-5A, in 11 games) included three set-play goals ... earlier became first Wake Forest player ever to score in each of the first three goals in her career ... had 1G-2A in 3-1 win over LSU ... prep All-American and member of various U.S. youth national teams ... also honored among Primetime Performers earlier this season ... part of Wake Forest programthat has produced six CS360 Primetime Performer honors over the past two seasons.


Christen Press header

Christen Press
 (left)

(Stanford ... F ... Sr. ... Palos Verdes Estates, CA)
Continues to engrain herself among the top scorers in Division I women's soccer history, after totaling 3G-1A in action during the past week (2G-1A in 9-0 win over Hawai, followed by big-game score that helped beat #4 Portand, 2-1) ... that game was a rare matchup of teams bidding for the #1 national ranking (TBA), along with Boston College (coming off its win at UNC) ... gave Cardinal 2-0 lead (and eventual gamewinner) vs. Pilots, taking a Teresa Noyola pass wide of the penalty area and cutting inside before chipping leftfooted shot inside far-left post (36') ... pushed her career point total to 153 (58G-37A), breaking Sarah Rafenelli's team record ... on verge of becoming rare 40G-40A player ... two days earlier, has thru-ball assist that led to Lindsay Taylor's goal for early 2-0 lead on Hawaii (9') ... collected deflection and score moments later, for 3-0 cushion on the Rainbows (11'), later adding close-range header off far-post cross from Teresa Noyola ... her 13 points this season (13G-4A; 5 GWG) include the nation's top goal total, with earlier highlights including goal for 2-0 lead at Boston Univ. (2-1); tying and winning goals (79'; 100') vs. Georgia; and pair of goals vs. Georgetown (2-0) ... earned spot on CS360 Primetime Performers earlier this season, after scoring first goal in 2-2 tie at UNC and scoring late GWG vs. Duke ('75; 2-1) ... her All-America 2009 season included 21G-16A (26 GS), highlighted by OT goal vs. UCLA in NCAA semifinals (2-1) ... also earned All-America honors as a junior in 2008 (16G-11A; 25 GS), with late goal that beat Portland in NCAA quarters (86'; 1-0) ... earned 2007 Freshman All-America honors (8G-6A; 21 GP/18 GS) ... current member of U.S. Under-23 National Team ... earned CS360 Primetime Performer honors four times in 2009, with her current total of carer six Primetime honors representing the most in the two-year history of the weekly award ... part of Stanford program that has produced 16 CS360 Primetime Performer honors over the past two seasons.

Note: rankings above refer to CS360 Composite National rankings; class years indicate academic status (may have additional year of eligibility).

Trailing only to the aforementioned Press (6), O'Hara (5) and Hagen (4), there have beem eight players have earned Primetime Performer honors three times spanning the 2009 and '10 seasons: Katie Schoepfer (Penn St.), Lauren Cheney (UCLA), Lauren Steuer (Ohio St.), Whitney Engen (UNC), Lisa Kevorkian (Cal, now at BU), Sydney Leroux (UCLA), McKenzie Barney (Florida) and Sinead Farrelly (Virginia).

In addition to Hagen, Luscinski, Nuzzolese, Mewis,  Henderson and Marlborough, there are 24 others who have been two-time members of the CS360 Primetime Performer teams ('09-'10): Carlee Payne (BYU), Jordan Angeli (Santa Clara), Ashley Jones (Rutgers), Morie Kephart (Pitt), Natalie Vinti (San Diego), Michelle Enyeart (Portland), Michelle Collins (Missouri), Alyssa Davilla (USC), Laurie Nosbusch (Wisconsin), Kayanne Gummersall (Duke), Laura Heyboer (Michigan St.), Jill Hutchinson (Wake Forest), Molly Williams (Villanova), Tiffany McCarty (Florida St.), Sylvia Forbes (Purdue), Kayla Grimsley and Blakeley Mattern (both South Carolina, Courtney Wetzel (Oregon St.), Marika Gray (Virginia Tech), Jillian Mastroianni (BC), Anessa Patton (Santa Clara), Jasmyne Spencer (Maryland), Alex Morgan (Cal.) and Halley Kremenski (Portland).


Four teams – North Carolina, Portland, Boston College and UCLA – each have totaled three CS360 Primetime Performer honors so far during the 2010 season, while 11 other teams have produced a Primetime Performer twice this season: DePaul, Virginia, Florida, Boston Univ., Minnesota, Milwaukee, Denver, Colorado, Notre Dame, Stanford and Wake Forest


The CS360 Primetime Performer awards made their debut at the start of the 2009 season and now have spanned 18 total weeks of competition. Stanford players have combined for 16 Primetime Performer honors during those 18 weeks, followed by: 13 from North Carolina ... nine each from Boston College and UCLA ... eight each from Santa Clara, Virginia and Portland ... seven each from Florida State and Penn State ... six each from San Diego, Texas A&M, South Carolina, Florida and Wake Forest ... five each from Virginia Tech, Oregon State, Wisconsin, Duke, Ohio State, California and Notre Dame ... four each from 12 teams (St. John's, Michigan State, Maryland, BYU, Arizona State, Oklahoma State, USC, UCF, West Virginia, Milwaukee, DePaul and Colorado) ... and three each from 12 other teams (among them: Pittsburgh, Indiana, Rutgers, Missouri, Purdue, Memphis, William & Mary, Connecticut, Auburn, LSU, Colorado College and Denver).

 editor@collegesoccer360.com