2010 D3soccer.com Women's All-America team
|BreLynn Nasypany is the 2010 D3soccer.com Forward
of the Year.
Photo by Katrina Styx, d3photography.com
The 2010 D3soccer.com All-America teams are our first, and were chosen by D3soccer.com staff, Division III soccer coaches and sports information directors from a field of 215 nominations.
Marcus Wood of Hardin-Simmons was named D3soccer.com Coach of the Year for women’s soccer, after leading his team to an unbeaten, national championship season. The Cowgirls finished 24-0-1, winning the first Division III national championship for the school in any sport.
BreLynn Nasypany of William Smith is the D3soccer.com Forward of the Year for women’s soccer. The Liberty League offensive player of the year had nine game-winning goals among her 18 overall, including the game’s only goal in a 1-0 win against Williams in the national quarterfinals. Nasypany also had 13 assists in helping the Herons reach the national semifinals.
Messiah’s Amanda Naeher is the D3soccer.com Midfielder of the Year for women’s soccer. Naeher scored 32 goals and added 11 assists in leading the Falcons to the national title match, earning MAC Commonwealth Conference player of the year honors in the process.
Jenn Paulucci of Johns Hopkins earned D3soccer.com Defender of the Year honors, helping the Blue Jays record a team goals against average of 0.70 with 12 shutouts. Blue Jays opponents managed just 7.83 shots per game.
Otterbein’s Tara Carter is the D3soccer.com Goalkeeper of the Year after leading her team to the national semifinals. She was 20-0-4, with 20 shutouts and a goals against average of 0.16.
|F||BreLynn Nasypany||Sr.||William Smith|
|D||Jenn Paulucci||Sr.||Johns Hopkins|
|F||Jamie Orewiler||Sr.||Wheaton (Ill.)|
|M||Sam Ciaravino||Sr.||Christopher Newport|
|D||Alessia Viscomi||Sr.||Wheaton (Mass.)|
|D||Ali Ruddy||Sr.||William Paterson|
|GK||Alli Novak||Sr.||Illinois Wesleyan|
|F||Emily Hinchman||So.||Illinois Wesleyan|
|F||Julia Caseres||Jr.||New Jersey City|
|F||Abby Loar||Jr.||Trinity (Texas)|
|M||Jordan Azar||Sr.||Trinity (Texas)|
|M||Annie McCarthy||Jr.||College of New Jersey|
|M||Mary Jean Cornelius||Sr.||UW-Stevens Point|
|D||Laura Karsten||So.||Wheaton (Ill.)|