Dec. 9, 1997
Five Cavs Named to All-State Team
|Karem Esteva is one of three Cavaliers named to the All-State first team.|
FAIRFAX, Va. - Five University of Virginia women's soccer players have been named to the All-State team, in voting by the Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID). Sophomore forward Angela Hucles, junior defender Karem Esteva and senior midfielder Jennifer Rawlings were all first team selections, while sophomore goalkeeper Megan Boehm and senior defender Kelly McLaughlin earned second team honors.
Virginia, George Mason and William & Mary led the voting with three first-team selections each, while Richmond placed two players on the first team. Five players were repeat winners, including Esteva, Rawlings, Hucles, forward Jenn Gross of George Mason and goalkeeper Jaime Pagliarulo of George Mason.
The awards were chosen in balloting by members of the Virginia Sports Information Directors Association.
1997 VIRGINIA ALL-STATE WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM
Player of the Year: Ann Cook, Sr., Midfielder, William & Mary
Coach of the Year: Ben Sohrabi, Radford
First Team: Defenders Karem Esteva - Virginia, Jr. Jennifer Jones - George Mason, Jr. Stephanie Loehr - William & Mary, Sr. Jaclyn Raveia - Richmond, Fr. Midfielders Ann Cook - William & Mary, Sr. Jennifer Rawlings - Virginia, Sr. Missy Wycinsky - William & Mary, So. Forwards Jenn Gross - George Mason, Sr. Angela Hucles - Virginia, So. Brooke Sands - Richmond, Fr. Goalkeeper Jaime Pagliarulo - George Mason, Jr. Second Team: Defenders Paula Beaudette - Old Dominion, Sr. Kelly McLaughlin - Virginia, Sr. Kim Newell - William & Mary, Fr. Whitney Paynter - William & Mary, Jr. Malora Stross - Radford, Jr. Midfielders Shannon Otto - Virginia Tech, So. Jaime Ricker - George Mason, So. Aimee Vaughan - James Madison, Sr. Shanna Ziegenfuss - Virginia Commonwealth, Fr. Forwards (three) Jennifer Gillespie - Old Dominion, Sr. Kelly Moran - Radford, Sr. Therese Wolden - James Madison, Jr. Goalkeeper (one) Megan Boehm - Virginia, So.
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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