Dynamic Duos 2011

UPDATED: NOV. 21, 2011          Contact: Pete LaFleur  (editor@collegesoccer360.com)

As in past seasons, College Soccer 360 presents its "Dynamic Duos" feature, showcasing Division I women's teams that have multiple double-digit goalscorers. Dayton so far is the only team that has boasted three players with double-digit goals (listed below), with Stanford close to that distinction and still playing.

As of Nov. 21, there now are 16 teams (out of 300-plus) that have featured multiple double-digit goalscorers, with most earning that distinction over the past couple weeks. Eleven of those teams have competed in the 2011 NCAAs (five were eliminated in the first round, two more in the second round and another one in the round-of-16). Three teams competing on Friday in the upcoming NCAA quarterfinals – ACC foes Duke, Wake Forest and Virginia – each have a pair of double-digit goalscorers on their roster (listed below).

There also are three teams (Long Beach, Oklahoma State and Stanford) that are close to joining the Dynamic Duo list.

This page will be expanded this week to include info. and links on the players, along with headshots, action photos, etc.

CLICK HERE for a sample of the complete Dynamic Duos page (w/ player info. and photos) from late in the 2010 season.

All research is courtesy of College Soccer 360 (please credit acordingly)


DYNAMIC DUOS (2011 teammates with double-digit goals)

Players from teams in the NCAA round-of-16 ...

• PENN STATE – Maya Hayes (31) ... Taylor Schram (12)

• WAKE FOREST – Katie Stengel (18) ... Rachel Nuzzolese (11) ... adv. to quarterfinals

• VIRGINIA – Caroline Miller (15) ... Morgan Brian (11) ... adv. to quarterfinals

• DUKE – Kelly Cobb (11) ... Kaitlyn Kerr (10) ... adv. to quarterfinals


Players from teams that were eliminated in the NCAA round-of-32 ...

 TEXAS A&M – Kelly Monogue (19) ... Annie Kunz (14)  

 FLORIDA – Erika Tymrak (12) ... Tahnai Annis (10)

Players from teams that were eliminated in the NCAA first round (64) ...

 DAYTON – Colleen Williams (16) ... Kelsey Smigel (13) ... Juliana Libertin (10)
(only team in nation with three double-digit scorers, as of 11/21/11) 

• La SALLE – Kelsey Haycook (16) ... Renee Washington (11)

• UC IRVINE – Natalia Ledezma (12) ... Lexi Kopf (11)

• TENNESSEE – Emily Dowd (12) ... Caroline Brown (11)

• TOLEDO – Rachel MacLeod (11) ... Nicole Gyurgyik (10)

Players from teams that did not make the 2011 NCAA field ...

• MICHIGAN STATE – Laura Heyboer (18) and Olivia Stander (11)

• WINTHROP – Krystyna Freda (16) and Courtney Durbin (11)

• DELAWARE – Ali Miller (14) and Amy Pickard (10)

• SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA – Maiya Cooper (12) and Kelsey Salcido (10)

• EAST TENNESSEE STATE – Genna Peterson (11) and Jenna Caudle (10)

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These sthree teams playing in the NCAA quarterfinals are close to having multiple double-digit goalscorers:

• STANFORD – Lindsay Taylor (19) ... Chioma Ubogagu (9) ... Teresa Noyola (8)

• LONG BEACH STATE – Nadia Link (16) ... Nicole Hubbard (8)

• OKLAHOMA STATE – Taylor Mathews (9) ... Krista Lopez (8)

editor@CollegeSoccer360.com