Dec. 22, 2010
LOS ANGELES - UCLA forward Sydney Leroux was named one of the top 11 women's soccer players in the country according to one of the sport's leading publications on Wednesday, as she was selected as a First-Team MVP by Soccer America.
Leroux, a junior from Vancouver, British Columbia, led UCLA in scoring in 2010, ending the season with 27 points on 13 goals and one assist. She also led the team in game-winning goals with six. It marks the second time that she has been named to Soccer America's MVP Team, as she was a second-team selection a year ago.
Leroux was also chosen as a third-team NSCAA All-American and a first-team All-Pac-10 selection in 2010 as well.
2010 Soccer America MVP Teams
G Adrianna Franch, Oklahoma State, Soph.
D Cassie Dickerson, Ohio State, Soph.
D Lauren Fowlkes, Notre Dame, Sr.
F Melissa Henderson, Notre Dame, Jr.
F Sydney Leroux, UCLA, Jr.
M Kristie Mewis, Boston College, Soph.
F Alex Morgan, California, Sr.
F Christen Press, Stanford, Sr.
D Toni Pressley, Florida State, Jr.
F Jasmyne Spencer, Maryland, Jr.
M Keelin Winters, Portland, Sr.
G Bianca Henninger, Santa Clara, Jr.
F Vicki DiMartino, Boston College, Soph.
D Crystal Dunn, North Carolina, Fr.
M Sinead Farrelly, Virginia, Sr
D CoCo Goodson, UC Irvine, Jr.
F Sarah Hagen, Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Jr.
F Morgan Marlborough, Nebraska, Soph.
D Kerry McBride, Marquette, Jr.
M Teresa Noyola, Stanford, Jr.
M Ingrid Wells, Georgetown, Jr.
D Kat Williamson, Florida, Soph.