UCLA's Oakes, Mora Named CSTV Preseason All-Americans
Aug. 31, 2004
NEW YORK - UCLA women's soccer players Jill Oakes and Iris Mora have both been selected as pre-season All-Americans according to College Sports Television (CSTV).
With two players on the team, UCLA ties for the second-highest total along with Portland, which also had two. North Carolina has three players on the team.
The 2004 CSTV Pre-Season Soccer All-Americans
Iris Mora (Cancun, Mexico), UCLA, Junior
Heather O'Reilly (East Brunswick, NJ), North Carolina, Sophomore
Christine Sinclair (Burnaby, British Columbia) Portland, Junior
Lindsay Tarpley (Kalamazoo, MI), North Carolina, Junior
Lori Chalupny (St Louis, MO), North Carolina, Junior
Kelly Hammond (Bowie, MD), Virginia, Junior
Lindsey Huie (Mission Viejo, CA), Portland, Junior
Leslie Osborne (Menomonee Falls, WI), Santa Clara, Senior
Keeley Dowling (Carmel, IN), Tennessee, Senior
Jill Oakes (West Hills, CA), UCLA, Junior
Melissa Tancredi (Ancaster, Ontario), Notre Dame, Senior
Nicole Barnhart (Gilbertsville, PA), Stanford, Senior
CSTV will provide extensive on-air and online coverage of the all facets of college women¹s soccer, including CSTV Soccer event telecasts featuring perennial powers such as Brigham Young, Portland and Penn State, three teams that advanced to last year¹s NCAA women¹s quarterfinals. On Thursday, October 28, College Sports TV will televise the rematch of last year¹s NCAA women¹s third-round match in which Santa Clara squeezed by Portland on penalty kicks after two overtimes. Joe Beninati will call all the action on CSTV Soccer, while Tom Stone will provide expert analysis.
In addition to CSTV Soccer, College Sports TV¹s studio and original programs will provide fans with exclusive access to all aspects of women¹s college soccer, while CSTV¹s CollegeSports.com, the number one online destination for college sports news, information, analysis and highlights, will serve up constantly updated coverage of the sport. Its exclusive GameTracker live scores and statistics feature will cover hundreds of games live, and its College Sports Pass subscription service will broadcast more than 150 matches.