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2005 Virginia Women's Soccer Roster

No.NamePos.ClassHgt.Hometown/High School
0Celeste MilesGK1st5-4Garland, Texas / Ursuline Academy
1Laura ComeauGK2nd5-7Lee, N.H. / Oyster River
2Jen RedmondM2nd5-7Morristown, N.J. / Oak Knoll
3Nikki GiuntaD2nd5-8Ramsey, N.J. / Ramsey
4Ariel ThompsonF3rd5-6Salem, Va. / Salem
5Shannon Foley M3rd5-6Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. / Santa Margarita Catholic
6Julia FalkD2nd5-8Clifton, Va. / Centreville
8Alli FriesD/M1st5-5Dublin, Ohio / Dublin Scioto
9Kristen WeissF4th5-3Brecksville, Ohio / Walsh Jesuit
10Sarah HuffmanM4th5-3Flower Mound, Texas / Marcus
11Becky SauerbrunnD/M3rd5-7St. Louis, Mo. / Ladue
12Jess RostedtF1st5-9Kent, Ohio / Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy
13Noelle KeselicaM4th5-9Gaithersburg, Md. / Watkins Mill
14Amanda StewartD1st5-2West Chester, Pa. / Delaware Valley Christian School
17Kara FrederickM/F4th5-2Woodbridge, Va. / Woodbridge
18Sarah CurtisF2nd5-7Yellow Springs, Ohio / Fairborn
19Alex SingerD/M1st5-9Rye, N.Y. / Rye
20Sarah SentyD1st5-9Arlington, Va. / Washington-Lee
21Kelly HammondM4th5-6Bowie, Md. / St. Mary's
22Christina de VriesGK3rd5-8Westlake Village, Calif. / Westlake
23Nikki KrzysikM/D1st5-9Clifton, N.J. / Clifton
24Kelly QuinnF1st5-5Dublin, Ohio / Dublin Coffman

Head Coach: Steve Swanson (Michigan State '84/sixth season)

Assistant Coaches: Maren Rojas (William & Mary `94/third season), Hershey Strosberg (SUNY-Cortland '97/fifth season)

Volunteer Assistant:Ron Raab (William & Mary `89/first season)

 
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