Former Golden Bear Tracey Hamm Selected in Women's Professional Soccer League Draft

Oct. 6, 2008

BERKELEY - Former California women's soccer athlete Tracey Hamm was drafted by the Bay Area squad of the Women's Professional Soccer League. Bay Area took Hamm in the fourth round of the draft, which was held Monday in San Francisco.

Hamm was a four-year letterwinner for the Golden Bears and was the leading scorer with nine goals during her freshman year in 2002. As a sophomore in 2003, the Moraga, Calif., native started 12 games, paced the Bears with 40 shots and was an Academic All-Pac-10 honorable-mention selection. Hamm started every game in her final two years at Berkeley and was a key factor in Cal's defense. Hamm amassed 12 career goals.

The Women's Professional Soccer League is restarting in April 2009 after the Women's United Soccer Association folded in 2003. The WPS held an initial draft and an international draft before the general draft on Monday.

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