A&M and UNCG Join Dynamic Duos List

Following Friday's opening games in the NCAA tournament, Texas A&M and UNC Greensboro have joined the list of Division I women's soccer teams with multiple double-digit goalscorers. There now are 18 teams with this rare distinction, including 11 that earned bids in the NCAAs – six of them still alive (Florida, UNC, Hofstra, South Florida, Virginia and A&M).  

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Alyssa Mautz (left) combines with Rachel Shipley to give Texas A&M a pair of double-digit goalscorers.
  
The other nine NCAA participants with a pair of double-digit goalscorers include: Siena (3), Boston Univ., North Carolina, Florida, Hofsta, South Florida, St. Francis (PA), Virginia and Central Florida. Seven teams that did not qualify for the 2010 NCAAs – most notably bubble teams Denver and Nebraska – finished the season with two double-digit goalscorers.

A full listing of the 18 teams follows at the bottom of this blog post.

CLICK HERE to view the initial update of the "Dynamic Duos" home page (to be updated soon).

CLICK HERE to view the 2009 Dynamic Duos.


Div. I Women's Soccer Teams with Multiple Double-Digit Goalscorers
(through Nov. 13 game ... research courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com)

Teams in 2010 NCAAs (11)
Siena  (eliminated)
11 – Tabitha Tice
10 – Ashleigh Barone
10 – Brittany Pfaff

Florida
14 – McKenzie Barney
13 – Tahnai Annis

Boston University  (eliminated)
14 – Lisa Kevorkian
12 – Jessica Luscinski

North Carolina
14 – Kealia Ohai
12 – Courtney Jones

Hofstra
12 – Salma Tarik
12 – Tiffany Yovino

South Florida
11 – Chelsea Klotz
11 – Venicia Reid

St. Francis (PA)  (eliminated)
15 – Tesa McKibben
10 – Haleigh Dunyon

Virginia
12 – Meghan Lenczyk
10 – Sinead Farrelly

Texas A&M
12 – Alyssa Mautz
10 – Rachel Shipley

UNC Greensboro  (eliminated)
10 – Stephanie Partenheimer
10 – Kristen Schmidbauer

Central Florida  (eliminated)
10 – Tishia Jewell
10 – Kim Newsome


Teams not in 2010 NCAAs (7)
Nebraska
18 – Morgan Marlborough
12 – Jordan Jackson

Louisiana Tech
13 – Rachel King
12 – Kiva Gesham

Canisius
15 – Brianna Smith
11 – Kelly Reinwald

UTEP
11 – Katie Dorman
11 – Brittany Kindziewski

South Carolina State
11 – Briana Lopez
11 – Brooke Ehinger

Denver
14 – Kaitlin Bast
10 – Kalie Vaughn

Furman
10 – Martha Hall
10 – Rachel Shelnut

 editor@collegesoccer360.com