WPFC Alumna voted as a 3rd team NSCAA All-Far West Region selection
(2011) - WPFC Alumna Jordan Salisbury (Federal Way, WA) was named 3rd Team All-Pacific Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
Salisbury, a Senior defenderwas part of a veteran backline that helped Seattle U post seven shutouts during the 2011 season. She also tied for the team lead with four goals, including two game-winning goals. Salisbury scored the game-winning goal in overtime in the season opener at Sacramento State as well as the first goal in the Redhawks’ 3-0 victory over Hawaii.
"We are so proud of Jordan’s accomplishment. She is in some very good company on the All-Region teams. This individuals is extremely talented athlete and a great leader of our team. She works extremely hard each and every day, and her award is very much deserved," Seattle U head coach Woodward said.
Seattle University finished the 2011 season with a 12-6-1 record, including a 2-0 victory over nationally-ranked and NCAA Tournament participant Portland. Woodward won her 200th career match as head coach of the Redhawks and is nominated by the Seattle Sports Commission for Female Sports Star of the Year, with the winner of the online voting to be announced at the Sports Star of the Year Awards next Wednesday, Jan. 25, at Benaroya Hall.
The Seattle University women’s soccer team will join the Western Athletic Conference next season and will be immediately eligible for the league title and the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament that accompanies the conference tournament championship.
The following student-athletes have been named to the 2011 NSCAA Women’s Soccer Division I All-Pacific team, the NSCAA announced Friday. Stanford leads the way with six selections—including five on the first team—followed by Oregon State with five, and UCLA and California with four. Of the 33 players named to the team, 25 of them represent a Pac-12 school.
First Team K Emily Oliver, So., Stanford, Flossmoor, Ill.
D Abigail Dahlkemper, Fr., UCLA, Menlo Park, Calif.
D Alina Garciamendez-Rowold, Jr., Stanford, Fairview, Texas
D Camille Levin, Sr., Stanford, Newport, Calif.
M Kate Deines, Sr., Washington, Issaquah, Wash.
M Samantha Mewis, Fr., UCLA, Hanson, Mass.
M Teresa Noyola, Sr., Stanford, Palo Alto, Calif.
F Chelsea Buckland, Jr., Oregon State, Vancouver, B.C.
F Zaykiya Bywaters, Jr., UCLA, Las Vegas, Nev.
F Sydney Leroux, Sr., UCLA, Vancouver, B.C.
F Lindsey Taylor, Sr., Stanford, Los Altos, Calif.
Second Team K Colleen Boyd, Sr., Oregon State, La Canada, Calif.
D Danielle Brunache, Sr., California, Belmont, Calif.
D Scout Libke, Jr., Oregon, Portland, Ore.
D Aundreaha Martinez, Jr., Northern Colorado, Olympia, Wash.
M Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick, So., California, Pleasanton, Calif.
M Betsy Hassett, Jr., California, Auckland, New Zealand
M Nicole Setterlund Fr., Washington, State Surrey, B.C.
F Jenna Richardson, So., Oregon State, Surrey, B.C.
F Chioma Ubogagu, Fr., Stanford, Coppell,Texas
F Brandi Vega, Jr., Washington State, Carson City, Nev.
F Jennifer Williams, Sr., New Mexico, Albuquerque, N.M.
K Kirstin Salminen, Sr., Northern Colorado, Lynden, Wash.
D Brittany Galindo, Sr., Oregon State, Phoenix, Ariz. D Jordan Salisbury, Sr., Seattle University, Federal Way, Wash.
D Ashley Seal, Sr., Oregon State, Williams, Ore.
M Julia Besagno, So., Seattle University, Maple Valley, Wash.
M Taylor McCarter, Jr., Arizona State, Tucson, Ariz.
M Allison Masumiya, Sr., Wyoming, Lakewood, Calif.
F Lauren Battung, Jr., California, Simi Valley, Calif.
F Erin Dalley, Sr., Utah, Centerville, Utah
F Bridgett Murphy, Sr., Air Force, Melbourne Beach, Fla.
F Sara Paul, Fr., Wyoming, Calgary, Alb.