Five Cougars Earn All-Pac-10 Soccer Honors
Nov. 11, 2009
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Washington State University senior midfielder Carly Dobratz was named to the All-Pacific-10 Conference Women's Soccer First Team to highlight five Cougars earning all-conference honors, Wednesday.
Senior forward Kiersten Dallstream and junior goalkeeper Meghan Berlingo garnered second team honors. Midfielder Mel Johnston and defender Mariah Cameron were selected to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team.
Dobratz has five goals this season, including one game-winner, and three assists. She is tied for third all-time at WSU with 15 assists, ranks sixth in Cougar history with 49 points and is seventh on the WSU career list with 17 goals. The Gilbert, Ariz., native was an All-Pac-10 Second Team selection in 2006.
Dallstream picked up her third all-conference honor, and her second-straight second team selection. She was named to the first team in 2007. She leads the Cougars with 13 goals, including three game-winners, and 33 points and is tied for the team lead with seven assists. The Fountain Hills, Ariz., native is third all-time at WSU in goals (30), assists (16) and points (76).
Berlingo has posted seven shutouts and 0.75 goals against average while earning 12 wins in net for the Cougars this season. In her first year on the Palouse, she has recorded the second-best goals against average in WSU single-season history and her wins and shutout mark are each one shy of the school single-season record.
Johnston has started all 20 matches for WSU in 2009. She has contributed one goal and an assist. Cameron has 18 starts and one assist this season. She has been part of a backline that has helped the Cougars produce a school-record tying 10 shutouts.