Dynamic Duos 2009

UPDATED: as of Dec. 3, 2009

By Pete LaFleur (editor@collegesoccer360.com)

Heading into the 2009 NCAA semifinals (as of Dec. 1), there still are only 12 Division I women's soccer teams that have multiple double-digit goalscorers, with Portland being the only program that boasts three or more players (4) who have 10-plus goals. Nine of the teams with multiple double-digit goalscorers qualified for the NCAAs, including six of the eight quarterfinalists (Stanford, UCLA, Portland, Florida State, Wake Forest and Notre Dame), plus three teams that were eliminated in the first two rounds of the NCAAs – Penn State, Arkansas-Pine Bluff and LSU – along with NCAA non-qualifiers Charlotte, Central Connecticut and Middle Tennessee). North Carolina is the only semifinal team without double-digit goalscorers – in fact, prior to Casey Nogueira's quarterfinal hat trick, UNC had no players with 10-plus goals this season (Nogueira now has 12).


Friday's first semifinal will feature the duos with the most combined goals this season: Stanford's 45-goal tandem of senior Kelley O'Hara (25G) and junior Christen Press (20); and UCLA's 40-goal pair of sophomore Syndey Leroux (23) and senior Lauren Cheney (17). All four of these players are effective multi-dimensional scorers and each can quickly change a game with timely scores or flurries of goals. O'Hara (13A), Press (15) and Cheney (10) all are among an elite list of 13 players nationwide with double-digit goals and assists this season (see below).


The 26 players referenced on this page include 12 (eight of them from quarterfinalist teams; three from semifinalists) who individually have totaled double-digit goals and assists this season: 

• Stanford's Kelley O'Hara (25G-13A) and Christen Press (20G-15A)
• Portland's Danielle Foxhoven (25G-12A), Michelle Enyeart (13G-12A) and Sophie Schmidt (12G-12A) ... note that Enyeart suffered season-ending injury late in season
• Florida State's Jessica Price (16G-10A)
• UCLA's Lauren Cheney (17G-10A)
• Wake Forest's Kaley Fountain (11G-10A)
• LSU's Malorie Rutledge (13G-12A)
• Arkansas Pine Bluff's Jade West (11G-10A)
• Charlotte's Hailey Beam (10G-10A)
• and Central Connecticut's Leah Blaney (11G-13A)

The only other player in the country (13 total) with 10-plus goals and 10-plus assists this season is Canisius senior Sylvia Kowalski (14G-10A). ... Note that CS360 is in the process of constructing a separate page for these "double-double" players.


All "Dynamic Duos" and "Double-Doubles" research comes courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com. If reprinting or referencing this data, please credit accordingly. Photos are courtesy of each school's sports information/media relations/athletic communications offices and their photography staffs.

Research courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com

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    Stanford's O'Hara & Press                  UCLA's Leroux & Cheney                             

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            Portland
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STANFORD  (45 GOALS ... 25 + 20)
Kelley O'Hara (Sr.) ... 25G-13A (63 pts) ... 9 GWG/5 GWA (23 GW pts) ... 24 GS
Christen Press (Jr.) ... 20G-15A (55 pts) ... 6 GWG/7 GWA (19 GW pts) ... 24 GS
Combined – 45G-28A (118 pts) ... 15 GWG/12 GWA (42 GW pts) ... 48 GS

UCLA  (40 GOALS ...23 + 17)
Sydney Leroux (So.) ... 23G-2A (48 pts) ... 7 GWG/1 GWA (15 GW pts) ... 23 GS
Lauren Cheney (Sr.)..17G-10A (44pts)..5 GWG/3 GWA (13 GW pts)..22 GP/21 GS
Combined – 40G-12A (92 pts) ... 12 GWG-4 GWA (28 GW pts) ... 45 GP/44 GS 

PORTLAND  (38 GOALS ... 25 + 13)
Danielle Foxhoven (So.)... 25G-12A (62 pts)...6 GWG/5 GWA (17 GW pts)...22 GS
Sophie Schmidt (Jr.) ... 
12G-12A (36 pts) ... 4 GWG/3 GWA (11 GW pts) ... 22 GS
Combined – 37G-24A (98 pts) ... 10 GWG/8 GWA (28 GW pts) ... 44 GS
Michelle Enyeart (Sr.) out for yr./injury: 13G-12A (38 pts), 4 GWG-6 GWA (14 GW pts), 18 GS
...   Halley Kreminski (So.) has 10G-2A (22 pts), 1 GWG (2 GW pts), 22 GP/1 GS           

FLORIDA STATE  (33 GOALS ... 17 + 16)
Tiffany McCarty (So.) ...17G-7A (41 pts) ... 3 GWG/3 GWA (9 GW pts) ... 25 GS
Jessica Price (Jr./So.) ... 16G-10A (42 pts) ... 8 GWG/1 GWA (17 GW pts) ... 25 GS
Combined – 33G-17A (83 pts) ... 11 GWG/4 GWA (26 GW pts) ... 50 GS

NOTRE DAME  (28 GOALS ... 18 + 10)
Melissa Henderson (So.)...18G-5A (41 pts)...9 GWG/1 GWA (19 GWpts)...23 GP/21 GS
Lauren Fowlkes (Jr.) ... 10G-4A (24 pts) ... 3 GWG (6 GW pts) ... 25 GP/24 GS
Combined – 28G-9A (65 pts) ... 12 GWG/1 GWA (25 GW pts) ... 48 GP GP/45 GS

WAKE FOREST  (25 GOALS ... 14 + 11)
Jill Hutchinson (Sr.)...14G-4A (32 pts)...4 GWG/2 GWA (10 GW pts)...21 GP/17 GS
Kaley Fountain (Sr.) ... 11G-10A (32 pts) ... 3 GWG/5 GWA (11 GW pts) ... 23 GS 
Combined – 25G-14A (64 pts) ... 7 GWG-7 GWA (21 GW pts) ... 44 GP/40 GS

  Florida State's McCarty & Price

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Notre Dame's
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Wake Forest's
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Teams eliminated from the 2009 NCAAs (prior to quarterfinals):

PENN STATE  (27 GOALS ... 14 + 13)
Danielle Toney (Jr.) ... 14G-9A (37 pts) ... 5 GWG/1 GWA (11 GW pts) ... 21 GS
Katie Schoepfer (Sr.) ... 13G-6A (32 pts) ... 4 GWG/1 GWA (9 GW pts) ... 21 GS 

Combined – 27G-15A (69 pts) ... 9 GWG-2 GWA (20 GW pts) ... 42 GS

ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF  (22 GOALS ... 11 + 11)
Jade West (So.) ... 11G-10A (32 pts) ... 4 GWG-1 GWA (9 GW pts)...23 GP/22 GS
Nicole Parks-Powell (So.) ... 11G-4A (26 pts) ... 2 GWG (4 GW pts) ... 23 GP/21 GS
Combined – 22G-14A (58 pts) ... 6 GWG-1 GWA (13 GW pts) ... 46 GP GP/43 GS

LSU  (25 GOALS ... 13 + 12)
Malorie Rutledge (Sr.) ... 13G-12A (38 pts) ... 6 GWG/5 GWA (17 GW pts) ... 24 GS
Melissa Clarke (Sr.) ... 12G-5A (29 pts)...4 GWG/1 GWA (9 GW pts)...23 GP/21 GS
Combined – 25G-17A (67 pts) ... 10 GWG-6 GWA (26 GW pts) ... 47 GP GP/45 GS


Teams not in the 2009 NCAAs:

CHARLOTTE  (23 GOALS ... 13 + 10)
Whitney Weinraub (Jr.) ... 13G-6A (32 pts) ... 6 GWG/3 GWA (15 GW pts) ... 21 GS
Hailey Beam (Sr.) ... 10G-10A (30 pts) ... 3 GWG/4 GWA (10 GW pts) ... 21 GS
Combined – 23G-16A (62 pts) ... 9 GWG/7 GWA (25 GW pts) ... 42 GS

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT  (22 GOALS ... 11 + 11)
Leah Blaney (Sr.) ... 11G-13A (35 pts)...4 GWG-3 GWA (11 GW pts)...20 GP/19 GS
Beth Lloyd (Jr.) ... 11G-5A (27 pts) ... 4 GWG-1 GWA (9 GW pts) ... 21 GP/19 GS
Combined – 22G-18A (62 pts) ... 8 GWG-4 GWA (20 GW pts) ... 41 GP GP/38 GS

MIDDLE TENNESSEE  (21 GOALS ... 11 + 10)
Shan Jones (So.) ... 11G-3A (25 pts) ... 4 GWG (8 GW pts) ... 20 GP/18 GS
Vanessa Mueggler (Jr.)..10G-4A (24 pts)..2 GWG-1 GWA (5 GW pts)..20 GP/19 GS
Combined – 21G-7A (49 pts) ... 6 GWG-1 GWA (13 GW pts) ... 40 GP GP/37 GS

 Charlotte's Weinraub & Beam

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STANFORD (O'Hara & Press)

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Kelley O'Hara ... 25 goals

Senior ... Forward ... 5-5 ... #19

Fayetteville, Georgia
(Peachtree City Lazers ... Starr's Mill HS)

2009: 25 goals, 13 assists (63 points) ... 24 GS
... 9 gamewinning goals, 5 GWA (23 GW points)

Career: 56G-32A (144 points) ... 85 GP/79 GS
... 21 gamewinning goals


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Christen Press ... 20 goals

Junior ... Forward ... 5-7 ... #23

Palos Verdes Estates, California
(Slammers FC ... Chadwick HS)

2009: 20 goals, 15 assists (55 points) ... 24 GS
... 6 gamewinning goals, 7 GWA (19 GW pts)

Career: 44G-32A (120 points) ... 71 GP/67 GS
... 13 gamewinning goals


* O'Hara and Press both are among 13 players in the nation with double-digit goals and assists

O'Hara/Press Combined: 45G-28A (118 pts)..15 GWG/12 GWA (42 GWpts)..48 GS
Combined Career: 100G-64A (264 pts) ... 34 GWG ... 156 GP/146 GS



UCLA (Leroux & Cheney)

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Sydney Leroux ... 23 goals

Sophomore ... Forward ... 5-7 ... #2

Vancouver, British Columbia
(Vancouver Whitecaps ... Johnston Heights HS)

2009: 23 goals, 2 assists (48 points) ... 23 GS
... 7 gamewinning goals, 1 GWA (15 GW points)

Career: 28G-8A (64 points) ... 42 GP/38 GS
... 9 gamewinning goals


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Lauren Cheney ... 17 goals

Junior ... Forward ... 5-7 ... #23

Indianapolis, Indiana
(Carmel United Heat ... Ben Davis HS)

2009: 17 goals, 10 assists (44 points) ...
22 GP/21 GS
... 5 gamewinning goals, 3 GWA (13 GW pts)

Career: 70G-31A (171 points) ... 88 GP/85 GS
... 28 gamewinning goals

* One of 13 players in the nation with double-digit goals and assists in 2009

Leroux/Cheney Comb.: 40G-12A (92pts)..12 GWG/4 GWA (28 GWpts)..45 GP/44 GS
Combined Career: 98G-39A (235 pts) ... 37 GWG ... 130 GP/123 GS



PORTLAND (Foxhoven & Schmidt)

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Danielle Foxhoven ... 25 goals

Sophomore ... Forward ... 5-6 ... #9

Littleton, Colorado
(Colorado Rush/Rush Nike ... Mullen HS)

2009: 25 goals, 12 assists (62 points)
... 6 GWG/5 GWA (17 GW pts) ... 22 GS 

Career: 41G-18A (100 points) ... 44 GS
... 10 gamewinning goals


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Sophie Schmidt ... 12 goals

Junior ... Forward
5-7 ... #13

Abbotsford, British Columbia
(Vancouver Whitecaps ... Mouat HS)

2009: 12 goals, 12 assists
(36 points) ... 22 GS
... 4 GWG/3 GWA (11 GW pts)

Career: 33G-26A (92 pts) ... 57 GP/51 GS ... 9 GWGs


* Foxhoven and Schmidt both are among 13 players in the nation with double-digit goals and assists


Foxhoven/Schmidtt Comb.: 37G-24A (98 pts)...10 GWG/8 GWA (28 GWpts)...44 GS
Combined Career: 74G-44A (192 pts) ... 19 GWG ... 101 GP/95 GS


FLORIDA STATE (McCarty & Price)

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Tiffany McCarty ... 17 goals

Sophomore ... Forward ... 5-4 ... #14

Laurel, Maryland
(Freestate Shooters ... St. John's College HS)


2009: 17 goals, 7 assists (41 points) ... 25 GS
... 3 gamewinning goals, 3 GWA (9 GW points)

Career: 28G-13A (69 points) ... 48 GP/45 GS
5 gamewinning goals


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Jessica Price ... 16 goals

Junior (RS-So.) ... Forward ... 5-5 ... #6

Libertyville, Illinois
(Eclipse Select ... Vernon Hills HS)

'09: 16 goals, 10 assists (42 pts) ... 25 GP/24 GS
... 8 gamewinning goals, 1 GWA (17 GW points)

Career: 19G-16A (54 points) ... 47 GP/31 GS
... 9 gamewinning goals


* One of 13 players in the nation with double-digit goals and assists

McCarty/Price Comb.: 33G-17A (83pts) ... 11 GWG/4 GWA (26 GWpts) ... 50 GP/49 GS
Combined Career: 47G-29A (123 pts) ... 14 GWG ... 97 GP/76 GS



NOTRE DAME (Henderson & Fowlkes)

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Melissa Henderson ... 18 goals

Sophomore ... Forward
5-8 ... #6

Garland, Texas
(Richardson, TX ...
Dallas Texans/Berkner HS)


2009: 18 goals, 5 assists (41 points) ... 23 GP/21 GS
... 9 gamewinning goals, 1 GWA (19 GW points)

Career: 35G-7A (77 points) ... 49 GP/39 GS ... 
14 gamewinning goals


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Lauren Fowlkes ... 10 goals

Junior (2 yrs. elig. left after '09)
Forward/Defender  5-10 ... #9

Lee's Summit, Missouri
(Kansas City, KS, Dynamos ... St. Theresa's Academy)

2009: 10 goals, 4 assists (24 points) ... 25 GP/24 GS
... 3 gamewinning goals
(6 GW points)

Career: 13G-5A (31 points) ... 69 GP/57 GS ...
4 gamewinning goals









Henderson/Fowlkes Comb.: 28G-9A (65pts)..12 GWG/1 GWA (25 GWpts)..48 GP/45 GS
Combined Career: 48G-12A (108 pts) ... 18 GWG ... 118 GP/96 GS



WAKE FOREST (Hutchinson & Fountain)

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Jill Hutchinson 
... 14 goals

Senior ... Forward ... 5-4 ... #4

Wayne, Pennsylvania
(West Chester United Predators ... Conestoga HS)


2009: 14 goals, 4 assists
(32 points) ... 21 GP/17 GS
... 4 gamewinning goals,
2 GWA (10 GW points)

Career: 36G-13A (85 points) ... 84 GP/52 GS
15 gamewinning goals


Research courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com


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Kaley Fountain 
... 11 goals

Senior ... Forward ... 5-7 ... #6

Austin, Texas
(Lonestar ... Westwood HS)

2009: 11 goals, 10 assists
(32 points) ... 23 GS
... 3 gamewinning goals/
5 gamewinning assists
(11 GW points)

Career: 14G-5A (33 points) ... 69 GP/55 GS
... 4 gamewinning goals


* one of 13 players in the nation currently with double-digit goals and assists




Hutchinson/Fountain Comb.: 25G-14A (64pts)..7 GWG/7 GWA (21 GWpts)..44 GP/40 GS
Combined Career: 50G-18A (118 pts) ... 19 GWG ... 153 GP/107 GS


Note: the first four teams to produce multiple double-digit goalscorers in 2009 were Stanford, Portland, Florida State and Charlotte (featured below):


CHARLOTTE (Weinraub & Beam)

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Whitney Weinraub ... 13 goals

Junior ... Forward ... 5-3 ... #6

Holland, Pennsylvania
(Pennsylvania Strikers ... Council Rock South HS)


2009: 13 goals, 6 assists (32 points) ... 21 GS
... 6 gamewinning goals, 3 GWA (15 GW points)

Career: 31G-18A (80 points) ... 64 GP/55 GS
... 11 gamewinning goals


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Hailey Beam ... 10 goals

Senior ... Midfielder ... 5-7 ... #13

Cornelius, North Carolina
(Carolina Elite Soccer Academy ... 
Charlotte Country Day/Texas Tech Univ. HS)

2009: 10 goals, 10 assists (30 points) ... 21 GS
... 3 gamewinning goals, 4 GWA (10 GW points)

Career: 36G-31A (103 points) ... 81 GP/76 GS
... 9 gamewinning goals

* one of 13 players in the nation currently with double-digit goals and assists


Weinraub/Beam Combined: 23G-16A (62 pts) ... 9 GWG ... 42 GS
Combined Career: 67G-49A (183 pts) ... 20 GWG ... 145 GP/131 GS

 editor@collegesoccer360.com