Five Brown Women's Soccer Players Named All-Ivy

Five Brown Women's Soccer Players Named All-Ivy

Nov. 9, 2005

Brown University seniors Kim LaVere (Chatsworth, CA) and Hilary Wilson (Monterey, CA), juniors Jill Mansfield (East Windsor, NJ) and Kathryn Moos (Wayzata, MN), and freshman Lindsay Cunningham (Cumberland, RI) have been named to the 2005 All-Ivy Women's Soccer Team.

LaVere, Brown's starting sweeper, was named Second Team All-Ivy, after earning First Team All-Ivy honors last season and Honorable Mention All-Ivy recognition as a freshman in 2002. She helped lead the Brown team to four shutouts, while also finishing the season ranked second on the team in scoring with 3-3-9 numbers, including a team-leading two game-winning goals.

Wilson, who earned Honorable Mention honors last season, was also named Second Team All-Ivy. The Bears' starting goalie, Wilson has played in every minute of every game over the past two seasons, posting eight shutouts during the two years, including four this year. She led the Ivy League for the second year in a row, with 127 saves, 48 more than anyone else. Her save percentage of .858 ranked second in the league, while her four shutouts ranked fourth in the league.

The Ivy Rookie of the Year in 2003, Moos was recognized as an Honorable Mention All-Ivy selection for the third straight year. Brown's leading scorer as a freshman, Moos finished her junior season as the second-leading scorer (3-3-9) on the team for the second straight year. Mansfield also earned Honorable Mention All-Ivy honors for the second consecutive season, helping to control Brown's midfield. She finished this season as the fourth-leading scorer on the team with six points (1g, 4a). Cunningham was one of five freshmen to earn All-Ivy recognition, joining Mansfield and Moos as Honorable Mention selections. Cunningham finished the season with 6-1-13 numbers as Brown's leading scorer, ranking in the top-10 in the Ivy League in several offensive categories.