Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Week 13 Collegiate INW Best XI – Men & Women

It is tournament time. Only a handful of teams and players are left in action, making week 13 the final installment for a Best XI list. For games through Sunday, November 11.


INW PLAYER OF THE WEEK :: G - Jamie Arthurs (Richland, WA) Western Washington :: Made 17 combined saves in a pair of 2-1 victories in California, leading the fifth-seeded Vikings past #5 Cal Poly Pomona in an overtime NCAA DII First Round match and #1 Sonoma State in the second round.

D - Delaney Zalud (Colbert, WA) Washington State :: Headed a clearance back in, allowing Nicole Setterlund to put the Cougars in front again in a 2-2 NCAA Tournament First Round draw that saw Portland advance via penalties.
Jack Clancy, Rocky Mountain

D - Jack Clancy (Dublin, Ireland) Rocky Mountain :: Scored both goals in 2-1 victory against Martin Methodist in Unaffiliated Group Final.

M - Ivan Chamorro (Las Vegas, NV) Walla Walla CC :: Scored the game-winner and added another goal in the final 10 minutes for a 3-1 quarterfinal victory against Tacoma CC.

M - Kaylynn Winwood (Nampa, ID) Concordia :: Scored the equalizer with 10 minutes left to send the Cascade Conference championship match to overtime, where they won 2-1.

M - McKayla Madison (Bend, OR) Concordia :: Scored the 2-1 overtime game-winner from 22 yards out for the Cascade Conference title.

M – Rainey Pelzel (Centralia, WA) CC Spokane :: Scored two goals in a 3-1 quarterfinal victory against Whatcom.

F - Ashley Ames (Liberty Lake, WA) Concordia :: Set up the 2-1 overtime game-winner for the Cascade Conference championship.

F – Sofia Huerta (Boise, ID) Santa Clara :: Set up the opening goal in NCAA Tournament First Round win, 2-1, against Long Beach State.

F – Lateashea Currie (Vancouver, WA) CC Spokane :: Had numerous chances and was constant threat up top, drawing foul for a penalty in 3-1 quarterfinal victory against Whatcom.

F - Brandi Vega (Carson City, NV) Washington State :: Chipped the keeper for the opening goal in a 2-2 NCAA Tournament First Round draw that saw Portland advance via penalties.

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