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Women's Soccer Favored to Win Sixth Straight AMCC Title

GIBSONIA, PA — Frostburg State is favored to win its sixth consecutive Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference women’s soccer title according to a preseason vote among the league’s 10 head coaches.

Penn State Behrend, which fell to the Bobcats on penalty kicks in last season’s championship game, is picked to finish second while La Roche is third.

FSU junior midfielder Jen Naylor (Riva, Md./St. Mary's) is the league’s Preseason Player of the Year after earning first-team all-conference honors last year.She finished second on the team with seven goals while also adding two assists.

Naylor will combine with senior forward Lindsay Hoffman (Frederick, Md./Thomas Johnson) to power the Bobcat attack. Hoffman started all 20 games last season scoring six goals and adding five assists.

Head Coach Brian Parker enters his fifth season after leading Frostburg State to a 52-22-9 overall record, four AMCC championships and four NCAA Tournament appearances in his four previous years at the helm.

The AMCC, celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2006-07, kicks off conference play Saturday, September 23. The conference championship will be held Saturday, November 4 at the highest remaining seed. The winner will receive the AMCC's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

(2005 overall and AMCC records in parantheses)
1. Frostburg State (12-6-2, 8-0-1)
2. Penn State Behrend (14-3-4, 7-0-2)
3. La Roche (13-3-2, 6-2-1)
4. Pitt-Greensburg (9-7-2, 6-1-2)
5. Medaille (11-8, 4-5)
6. Lake Erie (8-9-2, 4-4-1)
7. Penn State Altoona (4-14, 3-6
8. Hilbert (6-9-2, 1-6-2)
9. Pitt-Bradford (3-11-2, 1-7-1)
10. Mount Aloysius (1-16, 0-9)

For further information on this release, contact:

Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD  21532-2303

Telephone: 301-687-4371
Fax: 301-687-4780