BTN Soccer Report: Women's Tournament Preview
The latest “BTN Soccer Report” previews the Big Ten Women’s Soccer Tournament
, which starts Wednesday in Evanston, Ill. Host Kevin Egan is joined in studio by analyst Aron Hyde and analyst Kyndra de St. Aubin calls in. Watch the webisode now for their predictions and tweet @BTNSoccerReport
afterward about whether you agree or disagree with their selections. Beginning Wednesday, all four opening-round matchups will be streamed live on BTN.com. The semifinals on Friday and the championship game on Sunday will all be aired live on BTN. Click here
for the full bracket.
Also, on Tuesday the Big Ten Conference announced its 2011 women’s soccer All-Big Ten teams and individual award winners, with conference runner-up Illinois collecting three of the six individual honors. The Fighting Illini’s Vanessa DiBernardo was named Midfielder of the Year, Jenna Carosio took home Defender of the Year honors, and Janet Rayfield earned Coach of the Year accolades. Penn State’s Maya Hayes was named Forward of the Year, while Wisconsin’s Michele Dalton earned Goalkeeper of the Year honors. Minnesota’s Taylor Uhl took home the Freshman of the Year award. Read the full release over at BigTen.org.
Bookmark our Olympic Sports TV schedule, so you don’t miss any of the action. Don’t forget to visit our women’s soccer page for more highlights and recaps from around the conference.
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