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WCC 25th Anniversary of Women's Athletics Team, presented by Zappos.com: Members 31-40

June 14, 2010

SAN BRUNO, Calif. - This week's group of outstanding individuals from the 25th Anniversary of Women's Athletics team includes 10 exceptional athletes from five different sports. Of the 10 individuals, eight earned All-American status and one even has an Olympic Gold medal on her list of credentials.

Carolina Llano, Pepperdine University
Golf - 2002-2003, 2005-2006

  • Three-time All-American (twice on 2nd team, once hon. men.)

  • Only person to be three-time medalist at WCC Championships

  • Four-time All-WCC first team, WCC Freshman of the Year (2003)

  • Three top-20 individual finishes at NCAA Championships

  • Third in Pepperdine scoring average (73.95)

  • Team won four WCC titles, had three top 4 finishes at NCAAs

  • NGCA All-American Scholar (2006); three-time WCC All-Academic

  • Member of the LPGA Tour since 2008

    Stephanie Lopez-Cox, University of Portland
    Soccer - Defender, 2003-2007

  • Inaugural winner of the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award

  • Member of USA National Team (2007-present)

  • Three-time First Team All-American (2005, 06, 07)

  • Four-time All-WCC First Team (2003, 05, 06, 07)

  • NCAA Champion (2005)

  • Olympic Gold Medalist (2008)

  • Freshman All-America First Team (2003)

  • WCC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2008)

  • Two-time WCC Defender of the Year (2005, 07)

  • Freshman All-America (2003)

    Shannon MacMillan, University of Portland
    Soccer - Forward, 1992-1995

  • Four NCAA Tournaments; NCAA title game (1995; first in school history)

  • Tenth in NCAA history in points (219) and 11th in goals (87)

  • Four-time All-American; three-time first team honoree (1993-95) Team

  • Two-time WCC Player of the Year (1993, 1995); WCC Freshman of the Year (1992)

  • National Player of the Year (1995, MAC Hermann Trophy)

  • Second in WCC career scoring (219) and goals (87)

  • Scored 60 goals in a 13-year career with the USA National

  • Olympic Gold Medalist (1996) and World Cup Gold Medalist (1999)

    Sarah McFarland, Loyola Marymount University
    Volleyball - Outside Hitter, 1997-2000

  • Three-time All-WCC first team (1998, 99, 00)

  • Two-time AVCA All-American (1999, 2000; 1st in 2x in LMU history)

  • Led nation in kills for two straight years (1999, 00); NCAA record of kills/set in career (6.43)

  • Two-time LMU Female Athlete of Year (199-2000, 2000-01); inducted into LMU Hall of Fame (2007)

  • LMU and WCC kills record; 762 kills (2000)

  • Two-time AVCA National Player of the Week

  • Five NCAA national records, most by any one player

  • Three NCAA Tournament appearances

    Julie McKeon, University of San Diego
    Tennis - Singles/Doubles, 1991-1994

  • Three-time ITA All-American (1992, 93, 94)

  • Four-time NCAA participant & four top-25 teams

  • West Region Senior Player of the Year (1994)

  • NCAA Doubles Semifinalist (1992, w/L. Richards)

  • Three-time WCC Scholar-Athlete

  • WCC Singles & Doubles Champion (1994)

  • Career record of 152-72 (82-40 in singles)

  • Inducted into USD Hall of Fame (2000)

    Tiffeny Milbrett, University of Portland
    Soccer - Forward, 1990-1994

  • Three-time First Team All-American; National Freshman of the Year (1990; Soccer America)

  • NCAA Tournament (1990, first in school history); College Cup (1994, first in school history)

  • Despite only two seasons of WCC play (1992, 1994), her 60 goals ranks fifth all-time

  • Scored 100 goals in a 15-year career with the USA National Team

  • Two-time WCC Player of the Year (1992, 94)

  • WCC single-season goal leader (30; 1992, 94)

  • Second in NCAA history in goals per game (1.39) and third in points per game (3.32)

  • Olympic Gold Medalist (1996); World Cup Gold Medalist (1999)

    Tracy Morris Johnston, Saint Mary's College
    Basketball - Forward, 1996-2000

  • WCC Player of the Year (1999)

  • WCC Freshman of the Year (1996-97)

  • Saint Mary's all-time leading scorer and second all-time in WCC (1,807 points)

  • Saint Mary's first NCAA Tournament appearance (1999) and first WNIT (2000)

  • Three-time All-WCC (1998, 99, 00)

  • WCC Tournament Most Valuable Player (1999)

  • Third at Saint Mary's and eighth in the WCC in career rebounds (826)

    Kate Murray, Loyola Marymount University
    Basketball - Guard, 1999-2004

  • WCC Player of the Year (2004)

  • WCC Scholar Athlete of the Year (2004)

  • First Team All-WCC (2002, 04)

  • Led LMU to program's first two post-season appearances (WNIT, 2001; NCAA Tournament, 2004)

  • LMU Athlete of the Year (2004)

  • LMU Scholar Athlete of the Year (2004)

  • LMU's second all-time leading scorer (1,566)

  • LMU's 1st WCC Championship (2004)

    Sarah Noriega, Loyola Marymount University
    Volleyball - Outside Hitter, 1994-1997

  • Three WCC Titles (1994, 95, 96)

  • 1997 WCC Player of the Year; Three-time All-WCC 1st Team (1995, 96, 97)

  • AVCA All-American, First-Team (1997, 1st in LMU history); Volleyball Magazine All-America, Second-Team (1997)

  • LMU Female Athlete of the Year (1997-98); Inducted into LMU Hall of Fame (2009)

  • Four NCAA Tournament appearances (Sweet Sixteen, 1996)

  • Three-time All-District VIII honoree

  • LMU record for most kills in a 4-set match (47 - 11/7/97)

  • Olympian (2000); U.S. Olympic Festival (1995), World Games participant

    Lauren Orlandos-Hanson, University of Portland
    Soccer - Defender, 1991-1996

  • Three-time All-America First Team (2000, 01, 02)

  • Two-time WCC Defender of the Year (2000, 02)

  • NCAA Division I National Champion (2002, Portland's first)

  • Assistant coach during Portland's 2005 NCAA Championship run

  • MAC/Hermann Trophy Finalist (2002)

  • Three-time All-WCC First Team selection (2000, 01, 02)

  • NCAA College Cup semifinal appearances (2000, 01)