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Three Toreros Haul in Post Season Accolades

Dec. 23, 2007

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Junior striker Amy Epsten, junior goalkeeper Brittany Cameron and senior midfielder Leigh Ann Robinson of the University of San Diego women's soccer team hauled in post season accolades. Epsten was named second-team All West Region by both the NSCAA and Soccerbuzz Magazine and Robinson was named second-team All West Region by the NSCAA first team All-West Region by Soccerbuzz Magazine and Cameron was named third team All-West Region by Soccerbuzz Magazine.

Epsten, a 5-6 junior from San Diego, finished the season by tying the program record for single-season goals with a WCC-best 14, and she added in one assist for 29 points. With her 14 goals this season, Epsten became the new all-time career leader in goals scored with 30, breaking an 11-year old record held by Michele Kennedy (1993-96). Epsten was named the WCC Player of the Week once this season and was selected first-team All-WCC.

Robinson, a 5-9 senior from San Diego, had an outstanding season as well, in helping lead the Toreros to a program-best 15-3-3 record and a second place finish in conference. Robinson recorded five goals and seven assists for 17 points. For Robinson, this marked her second first-team All-WCC accolade.

Cameron, a 5-8 junior from Dublin, Calif., put together one of the most memorable seasons in goal for the Toreros, as she recorded nine shutouts and posted a goals-against-average of 0.71. She recorded a career-high eight saves in a 0-0 tie against UCLA on Sept. 14, 2007, and posted shutouts against No. 22 Duke (9/22/07), Arizona State (10/7/07) and closed the season by not allowing a goal in her final 255:35 of action. Cameron also took home one WCC Player of the Week accolade.