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Women's Soccer WAC Faves

Posted on Thursday, August 22, 2013

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In a vote of the league’s seven head coaches, Seattle University women’s soccer was picked as the favorite to win the 2013 Western Athletic Conference title. They received six first place votes for 36 total points, 13 points ahead of Idaho and Utah Valley who tied for second.

As the Redhawks made a sweep of the top honors, Stephanie Verdoia (Salt Lake City, Utah) was chosen as Preseason Offensive Player of the Year and Julia Besagno (Maple Valley, Wash.) was chosen as Preseason Defensive Player of the Year.

In 2012, Verdoia was named First Team All-WAC, as well as receiving NSCAA Third Team All-Pacific Region honors, also named to the WAC All-Tournament team. Besagno received Second Team All-WAC honors last season, and helped lead the SU defense in four shutouts, also scoring three goals.

Seattle U, alongside Idaho, led WAC teams with three preseason all-conference selections each, as Verdoia, Besagno, and Mary Hill (Mercer Island, Wash.) were named to the Preseason All-WAC Team. Bakersfield and Utah Valley each had two honorees, while New Mexico State had one.

Rounding out the poll, Bakersfield finished fourth, New Mexico State finished fifth, Kansas City placed sixth, and Grand Canyon finished in seventh place.

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Women's Soccer WAC Faves

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In a vote of the league’s seven head coaches, Seattle University's women’s soccer was picked as the favorite to win the 2013 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) title. They received six first place votes for 36 total points, 13 points ahead of Idaho and Utah Valley, tied for second. soccer blog

Posted by Tina Potterf at 08/22/2013 12:46:20 PM | 


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