Six Soccer Players Earn All-Pacific-10 Honors
Nov. 7, 2000
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Led by junior Stacey Tullock's (Phoenix Ariz.) first team selection, a school record six Arizona State soccer players earned All-Pac-10 women's soccer honors, Pac-10 Commissioner Tom Hanson announced today.
Tullock, who is third in the conference in goals with 13, makes her third appearance as a first team choice. She leads the team in goals, points (31) and game-winners (6). Tullock was the 1998 Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and 1999 Player of the Year.
Junior Antoinette Marjanovic (Los Angeles, Calif.) earned her second All-Pac-10 honor, claiming honorable mention status this season. Marjanovic was a second-team pick in 1997.
Four players were selected to their first All-Pac-10 honor. Senior defenders Jessica Bohl (Phoenix, Ariz.) and Jaclyn Clark (Rochester Hills, Mich.) claimed two spots, while freshman forward Patrice Feulner (St. Charles, Ill.) and midfielder Haley van Blommestein (Tacoma, Wash.) earned the other selections.
Clark is tied for the team lead in assists with seven. Bohl has never missed a start -- a string of 77 games -- during her four-year career. Feulner is second on the team in goals (11), assists (7) and points (29). She is sixth in the Pac-10 in points, eighth in assists and ninth in goals. van Blommestein is third on the team with five assists and has tallied one goal for seven points.
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