Schott Named First Team All-Pac-10 for Second-Straight Season
Nov. 13, 2001
BERKELEY - Cal junior forward Laura Schott was named to the first team All-Pac-10 team for the second-consecutive season Tuesday afternoon. Sophomore midfielder Kim Yokers and freshman goalkeeper Mallory Moser earned second team recognition for the Bears.
Schott led the Pac-10 in points (33) and goals (15) for the second-straight season. The Wilsonville, Ore., product posted a team-best four game-winning goals, as well. A 2000 first team All-American, Schott has been nominated for the Hermann Trophy and Missouri Athletic Club Award, which are each given each season to the nation's top men's and women's collegiate soccer players. She currently ranks second in Cal history for points (110) and goals (49) and is on pace to break U.S. national team member Joy Fawcett's school records for points (133) and goals (55).
Yokers, who earned her first selection to the All-Pac-10 team, emerged in 2001 as one of the best central midfielders in the country. She finished third on the team with 12 points (3G, 6A) after posting eight points as a freshman. The Seattle native was second on the Bears with six assists and tied for fifth in the Pac-10 in that category.
Moser, who hails from Mill Valley, Calif., showed this season that she has the potential to be one of the best goalkeepers in Cal history. She allowed 20 goals in 1830 minutes of action for a 0.98 goals-against-average and recorded five shutouts.
Junior midfielder Brittany Kirk (Claremont, CA) also was honored for the Bears, receiving honorable mention All-Pac-10 recognition for the second-straight season.
Cal takes a 12-6-2 overall record into its first round NCAA Tournament game with Saint Mary's Friday at 4:30 p.m. at Stanford's Maloney Field.