Date: November 7, 2001
Contact: Brian Laubscher (540) 463-8676
Release: Upon Receipt
SALEM, Va. -- The All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference women's
soccer team was released on Wednesday afternoon and Washington and Lee
had six players honored.
Senior midfielder Kate Bidwell (Pensacola, Fla./Escambia),
sophomore defender Meghan Hayde (Massapequa, N.Y./St. Anthony's) and sophomore
forward Fontaine Marcoux (Washington, D.C./Potomac) were all named to
the first team. Sophomore midfielder Heather Coleman (Blackwood, N.J./Triton
Regional), junior defender Lindsey Duran (Colleyville, Texas/Fort Worth
Country Day) and freshman defender Kelly Zagol (Berwyn, Pa./Conestoga)
were selected to the honorable mention squad.
Bidwell was selected to the first team for the fourth consecutive
year after scoring a team-high 10 goals and dishing off four assists for
24 points. For her career, Bidwell notched 33 goals and 13 assists for
79 points. Her 33 goals are tied for fourth all-time at W&L, while
her 79 points rank fourth all-time.
Hayde was named to the first team after spearheading a defense
which allowed an average of just 0.88 goals per game. She also tallied
one goal and two assists for four points on the season.
Marcoux was named to the first team for the second straight
season after tallying 24 points on six goals and a W&L-record 12 assists.
In just two seasons, Marcoux has tallied 20 goals and 21 assists for 61
points. Her 21 assists rank second all-time at W&L, while her 61 points
are fifth all-time.
Coleman tallied five goals and one assist for 11 points,
while Duran and Zagol were part of a W&L defense which allowed an
average of just 8.1 shots and 0.88 goals per game.
Washington and Lee finished the 2001 season with an 11-4-1
overall record. The Generals advanced to the ODAC Tournament Semifinals
before falling to Roanoke, 1-1, on penalty kicks.
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