Lacey Ubaldi Named First Team All-WCC; Daniella Bosio Named To Second Team
Nov. 12, 2003
Senior forward Lacey Ubaldi was selected first team All-West Coast Conference (WCC) and sophomore defender Daniella Bosio was named to the second team in a vote of the conference coaches, it was announced on Wsdaedney.
The Waves also had four women's soccer players receive honorable mention as freshmen forwards Jennifer Brewer and Lindsey Redlin along with sophomore midfielder April Pettigrew and junior defender Ashley Swanson were recognized for the their play.
Pepperdine concluded the regular season with a 13-5-1 overall record and finished fourth in the WCC with a 3-3-1 mark.
Ubaldi totaled 25 points on the season, scoring nine goals and registering seven assists, to rank fourth in the WCC. In seven conference matches, Ubaldi tallied six points as she scored two goals and was credited with a pair of assists.
With 25 points thus far this season, Ubaldi currently ranks No. 2 on Pepperdine's all-time career points list with 78, trailing only Jennifer Evans, who totaled 124 points from 1993-96. Ubaldi also ranks second on the Waves' career goals list with 27 and is the school's all-time career assists leader with 24.
Ubaldi was selected to the WCC's first team for the first time in her career after garnering second team honors in 2000 and 2002 and earning "Co-Freshman of the Year" honors in 2000.
Bosio's selection to the conference's second is her first post-season honor. The Waves' sophomore helped Pepperdine total a single-season record 10 shutouts and post a 0.85 goals-against average.
Brewer is tied with sophomore forward Megan Woods for second on the team with 16 points as she has scored eight goals. The native of La Mirada, California, recorded the seventh hat trick in Pepperdine history when she scored three goals in a 7-0 victory at San Jose State on September 5.
Redlin has totaled five points (two goals, one assist) so far in her rookie season, while Pettigrew has anchored the center midfield position for most of the year.
Swanson received honorable mention after first team honors as sophomore a year ago.
Santa Clara, which captured its seventh overall WCC crown this season, garnered "Player of the Year" and "Freshman of the Year" honors as junior midfielder Leslie Osborne and midfielder/defender Lauren Zealear were the respective recipients.
Portland senior Imani Dorsey was named the "Defender of the Year", while fifth-year Gonzaga head coach Shannon Stiles was tabbed the WCC's "Coach of the Year.".
2003 WEST COAST CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM
2003 WCC All-Conference Team
Player of the Year: Leslie Osborne, Santa Clara