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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Cougar Soccer Earns Post-Season Honors
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 11/17/2000
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Nov. 17, 2000

PULLMAN, Wash.--The Cougar soccer team had two players named to the Pac-10 All-Conference Second Team and six players earn honorable mention.

Senior striker Deka DeWitt (Auburn, Wash.) earned her fourth all-conference honor after helping to lead the Cougars to only their second post-season appearance in school history. A second team All-Conference pick, DeWitt was the leading scorer for the Cougs in each of her four years at Washington State, including a team-high 12 goals this season.

Junior goalkeeper Lindsey Jorgensen (North Bend, Wash.) also earned second team honors. The all-conference pick is Jorgensen's first, she posted five shutouts this season and a 0.89 GAA. Jorgensen currently holds every career goalkeeper record at WSU except GAA.

Also honored for the Cougars were six honorable mention all-conference picks. Junior Beth Childs (Snoqualmie, Wash.) had seven assists and three goals this season at defense and midfield. Junior midfielder Liz Duncan (Richland, Wash.) led the team with eight assists, which ties the single season school record. Sophomore Katrina Stroh (Federal Way, Wash.), who switched from forward to midfield early in the season, was second on the team in points with five goals and seven assists.

The Cougars had three freshmen receive honorable mention. Rachel Rodrick (University Place, Wash.), a midfielder, led all freshmen with five goals. Kim Morgan (Seattle, Wash.) had three goals, including a game-winner, at midfield this season. Shay Hobby (Danville, Calif.) anchored the Cougars this season at sweeper.

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