November 20, 1998
PULLMAN, Wash. - For the second straight year, Washington State sophomore forward Deka DeWitt was named to the Pacific-10 Women's Soccer All-Conference Team.
DeWitt (Auburn, Wash.), a first team selection by the league's coaches, led the Cougars in goals (12), shots (58), points (26) and game-winning goals (4). She finished second in the conference in goals behind Pac-10 Freshman of the Year Stacey Tullock who scored 13 for Arizona State.
Last season, DeWitt earned All-Conference second team honors and became the first WSU freshman and fourth Cougar ever to be named to the all-conference team.
USC senior Isabelle Harvey and Stanford senior Tracye Lawyer received the Pac-10 Co-Players of the Year award. USC coach Jim Millinder earned Coach of the Year honors as the Trojans claimed the automatic berth to the NCAA tournament and tied UCLA and California for the conference title.
Additional Cougar award-winners were Amy Chippendale and Randi Glas, named to the Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention list.
Chippendale (Kearny, N.J.), an elementary education major, earned an overall grade point average of 3.12. The senior forward finished her career tied for eighth on the WSU career scoring list (11), and is third all-time in game-winning goals (4) and multiple-goal matches (3).
Glas (Grand Forks, N.D.) earned a 3.16 grade point average as a psychology major. The senior midfielder is tied for third on the all-time WSU assist list with 11.