2005 ACCAC Women's Soccer
News & Notes

Mesa Captures ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Crown — Top-seed Mesa defeated #2 seed Cochise 3-1 to take home the 2005 ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Championship. (More)

Phoenix, Pima Advance to Semifinals of ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Tournament — #3 seed Phoenix and #5 seed Pima earned 2-0 opening round victories to advance to the semifinals of the 2005 ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Women's Soccer Championships. Phoenix will travel to #2 seed Cochise on Thursday at 2 pm while Pima will take on top-seeded Mesa on Thursday at 7 pm. (More)

ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Women's Soccer Playoff Schedule Set — Top-seed Mesa and #2 seed Cochise have earned first round byes in the 2005 ACCAC Women's Soccer Tournament which begins Tuesday, October 25th. (More)

ACCAC Honors PC's Lee, Mesa's Nance — Poenix College Head Coach Morgan Lee has been selected the NJCAA Region I/ACCAC Coach of the Year while Mesa's Amanda Nance has been tabbed the NJCAA Region I/ACCAC Player of the Year. Nance is just one of five Mesa players to earn All-ACCAC honors. (More)

Wardle, Jones Earn ACCAC Weekly Honors — Glendale's Amanda Wardle scored three goals on the week to earn ACCAC Player of the Week honors, while the Keeper of the Week award goes to South Mountain's Stephanie Jones. (More)

C-G's Koleski, Glendale's Baxter Honored by ACCAC — Chandler-Gilbert's Mary Koleski tallied three goals to earn the ACCAC Player of the Week honor, while Glendale's Sara Baxter had 16 saves and allowed just one goal in two games to take the ACCAC Goalie of the Week award. (More)

PC's Bryan Earns ACCAC Honor — Jennifer Bryan led Phoenix College to a pair of victories this past week to earn the ACCAC Player of the Week. (More)

ACCAC Honors Brusnahan & Liff — Rachel Brusnahan of Cochise and Ashley Liff of Chandler-Gilbert have earned ACCAC Player and Goalie of the Week honors, respectively. (More)

Cochise's Cole Named ACCAC Goalie of the Week — Katie Cole helped Cochise to a pair of shutout victories this past week to earn her ACCAC Goalie of the Week honors. (More)

Utley and Persons Top ACCAC Play for the Week of September 18th — Pima's Adina Utley has been named the ACCAC Player of the Week and Cochise's Jenny Persons is the Goalie of the Week. (More)

Gray & Wells Earn NJCAA & ACCAC Honors — Phoenix College's Myisha Gray has earned the NJCAA & ACCAC Player of the Week while Mesa's Monique Wells has earned the National and Conference Goalie of the Week honors. (ACCAC Honor) | (NJCAA Honor)

Morales, Guest Earn NJCAA & ACCAC Honors — Chandler-Gilbert's Sarah Morales has been named the ACCAC Player of the Week while Paradise Valley's Dani Guest has earned the Goalie of the Week honor. (More)

ACCAC Sports 17 Women's Soccer Players Moving on to 4-Year Programs — Chandler-Gilbert led the way with four student athletes from the 2004 season to sign National Letters of Intent to continue their collegiate careers at 4-year institutions. Overall, the ACCAC will have 17 student-athletes from the 2004 women's soccer season moving on to the next level. (More)

NJCAA Region I/ACCAC All-Star Team Announced — Chandler-Gilbert's Andrew Guarneri and South Mountain's Jesse Larimer will coach the NJCAA Region I/ACCAC Women's Soccer All-Star Team against the Arizona Heatwave on December 17 at 7 p.m. (More)

Mesa Falls to Dixie to Finish Sixth at National Championships — Dixie State scored a goal in the 29th minute of the match and that ended the scoring as Mesa could not get th eequalizer. Mesa's season ends with a sixth place finish at the 2004 NJCAA Division I Women's Soccer National Championships at the Rose Mofford Sports Complex in Phoenix, AZ.

Mesa Defeats Navarro, Plays Saturday for 5th Place — #5 Mesa defeated #8 Navarro College 3-1 to advance to the fifth place match at the 2004 NJCAA Division I Women's Soccer National Championships at the Rose Mofford Sports Complex in Phoenix, AZ. Mesa will take on #3 Dixie State at 4:00 p.m. Saturday.

Mesa Falls 3-1 to Schoolcroft — #4 ranked Schoolcroft College (MI) defeated #5 Mesa 3-1 in the opening round of the NJCAA Division I Women's Soccer National Championships at Rose Mofford Sports Complex. Mesa will now face Navarro at 2 p.m. on Friday.

Mesa Wins District Title, Earns Second NJCAA Berth — Mesa defeated Cisco Junior College 1-0 on a goal in the opening eight minutes by Michelle Martinez. Kim Kukla, who posted eight saves and her 14th shutout of the season, was named the District Championship MVP. (More)

Mesa Upsets Chandler-Gilbert for NJCAA Region I Crown — Mesa, the tourney's second seed, scored a 2-1 victory over #1 seed Chandler-Gilbert to capture the 2004 NJCAA Region I Women's Soccer Championship. (More)

Top Two Seeds Prevail to Meet for NJCAA Region I Title — The finals of the 2004 ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Tournament are set as top-seed Chandler-Gilbert and #2 seed Mesa scored semifinal victories and will meet at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday. Chandler-Gilbert defeated #4 Cochise 2-0, while Mesa eased by #3 Pima 1-0. (More)

Pima, Cochise Advance in ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Tournament — Pima, the #3 seed, defeated #6 seed Phoenix 2-1 with a goal in the final 37 seconds and Cochise scored a 1-0 shutout of Paradise Valley to advance to the semifinals of the 2004 ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Tournament.. (More)

Ahumada, Guarneri Earn ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Honors — Pima's Krystle Ahumada earne dthe ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Women's Soccer Player of the Year award, while Chandler-Gilbert Head Coach Drew Guarneri has been selectred as the Coach of the Year. (More)

Chandler-Gilbert Earns Top Seed in ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Playoffs — The ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Playoffs are set to begin on Monday, October 25th, as #3 Pima host #6 Phoenix and #4 Cochise host #5 Paradise Valley. Both matches kick-off at 2:00 p.m. #1 seen Chandler-Gilbert and #2 seed Mesa await the winners in the semifinals. (More)

Mesa's Kukla Tabbed NJCAA Goalie of the Week — Mesa's Kim Kukla recorded three shutouts on the week to earn the NJCAA National Goalie of the Week honor for the week ending October 17. (More)

Turner Selected ACCAC Player of the Week — Paradise Valley's Krystle Turner has been selected the ACCAC Women's Soccer Palyer of the Week for the week ending October 17. (More)

Martinez Selected NJCAA's Weekly Best — Michelle Martinez of Mesa posted a school record with 11 points in a single game and then assisted on a game winner to earn the NJCAA Division I Women's Soccer National Player of the Week. (More)

HUGE Match Leads Martinez to ACCAC Honor — Mesa's Michelle Martinez set a school record with five goals and an assist to lead the Lady Thunderbirds to a 13-0 victory over Scottsdale. Martinez then assisted on the game winning goal against Paradise Valley. (More)

Ahumada Named NJCAA Division I National Player of the Week — Pima's Krystle Ahumada has been selected the NJCAA Division I Women's Soccer National Player of the Week after scoring five goals and dishing off three assists in a pair of victories. (More)

Pima's Ahumada Scores ACCAC Weekly Award — Krystle Ahumada posted five goals and three assists in a pair of Pima victories on the week. (More)

Molina Keys Pima, Earns ACCAC Weekly Honor — Pima's Anita Molina posted three goals on the week in leading the Aztecs to an unbeaten week. (More)

Mary Jo Rana Earns ACCAC's Top Weekly Honor — Chandler-Gilbert's Mary Jo Rana tallied four goals in a pair of victories for the Lady Coyotes. (More)

Perry Leads ACCAC Offense, Tafoya Pacing Keepers — Mesa's Heather Perry lead the Conference in scoring with 21 points on 10 goals and an assists while Chandler-Gilbert keeper Francesca Tafoya leads the ACCAC with a 0.17 goals against average. Statistics

Cochise's Barrett Earns ACCAC Weekly Honor — Mary Barrett tallied a pair of goals and recorded a couple of assists in helping the Lady Apaches to a split in two games on the week.. (More)

Tori Beale's Defense Leads Chandler-Gilbert, ACCAC — Chandler-Gilbert's Tori Beale earned the first ACCAC Player of the Week award for the 2004 season after helping the Coyotes to three wins on the week. Beale anchored the CG defense that allowed just one penalty kick goal in winning the three contests. (More)

 

 

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