Women's Soccer Picked Eighth In Pac-10 Conference Coaches Poll

Aug. 20, 2001

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - The Oregon State women's soccer team was picked to finish eighth in the Pacific-10 Conference coaches poll, as was announced Monday.

The Beavers received 28 points in the voting, while UCLA, last season's NCAA runner-up, was predicted to finish first with 97 points and eight first place votes.

Oregon State returns 14 players from last season's 6-13-2 squad, including honorable mention All-Pac-10 midfielder Morgan Crabtree and defender Whitney Horn.

A record, seven Pac-10 teams qualified for the NCAA Tournament in 2000: Arizona State, California, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington and Washington State.

OSU kicks off the 2001 regular season on Aug. 31, against Dayton in Colorado Springs, Colo.

2001 PAC-10 COACHES POLL1. UCLA       (8)	972. California (1)	773. Washington (1)	754. Stanford 	        725. USC		        716. Arizona State	517. Washington State	398. Oregon State	        289. Arizona		2110. Oregon 	        19
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