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WWLL LogoWWLL Individual Honors Spring 2022

Here are the individual honors for Spring 2022 for All-League teams, Coach Of The Year and Player Of The Year. Selection for All-League is made by votes from opposing teams all season, after each game. Coach Of The Year and Player Of The Year recipients were first nominated by their team and then selected with a league wide vote.

Division 1 First Team All-League

Bridget Zimmerman Arizona
Sienna Duffill Arizona State
Jay Johnson Arizona State
Alex Labrosse Arizona State
Blaine Aberra Arizona State
Bradley Bellios Cal Poly SLO
Sara Suratkal Cal Poly SLO
Sadie Albert Cal Poly SLO
Shaylee Smith Grand Canyon
Gabby Ahad San Diego State
Kelli McKinnon San Diego State
Payton King San Diego State
Lia Kraaijvanger Santa Clara
Caroline Pierret Santa Clara
Keilana Murphy  UC Davis
Elaina Oliveira UC Davis
Laurel Mardiney UCLA
Faye Deal UCLA
Naomi Moskowitz UCLA
Sydney Riepl UCLA
Zoe Moskowitz UCLA 

Division 2 Second Team All-League

Issy Brooker Arizona
Sydney Gonzales Arizona
Lindsey Lee Cal Poly
Rachel Ware Grand Canyon
Becca Luedemann Grand Canyon
Lillian O’Keefe Saint Mary’s
Haemi Chee Saint Mary’s
Sophia Koch San Diego State
Ashley Tiznado Santa Clara
Violet Park UC Berkeley
Andrea Zak-Lee UC Berkeley
Izzie Castello UC Davis
Shaune Lundstrom UC Santa Barbara
Skylar Provencher UC Santa Barbara
Emily Rawson USC
Amanda Koch  USC
   
Division 1 Coach Of The Year
Ken Lupert UC Davis
   
Division 1 Player Of The Year
Sadie Albert Cal Poly SLO

Division 2 First Team All-League

McKenna Chupka Cal Poly SLO “B”
Emma Clarke Cal Poly SLO “B”
Laila Schnebelt Cal Poly SLO “B”
Emily Boles Cal State San Marcos
Jillian Dohrmann Cal State San Marcos
Sydney Deindoerfer Cal State San Marcos
Megan Schneider Cal State San Marcos
Audrey Ulitchny Nevada, Reno
Faire Wood Northern Arizona
Molly Skorobohaty Pepperdine
Sophia Terenik UC San Diego
Delainey Iles UC San Diego
Meredith Rickers UC San Diego
Lindsay Rubin UC San Diego
Emily Cronin UC Santa Cruz
Chloe Brown UC Santa Cruz
Elizabeth Firestone UC Santa Cruz
Jayden Yamasaki UCLA “B”
Alexa Crim UCLA “B”

Division 2 Second Team All-League

Ieneke Jimenez Biola
Amber McFarlane Biola
Claire Rees Cal State Fullerton
Lesley Moreno Chico State
Catherine Timm Chico State
Kellyn Hernandez Concordia
Oksana Sosnovsky Concordia
McKennah Renfro Fullerton College
Autumn Wagner Fullerton College
Lauren Wingerden Nevada, Reno
Jane Pearson Northern Arizona
Lily Preis Pepperdine
Marissa Hernandez San Jose State
Kelsey Gomez Sonoma State
Allison Sydney Sonoma State
Emily Arbuthnott Stanford
Pippa Thompson Stanford 
Kera Hernandez U San Diego
Natalie Ringdahl UC Irvine
Madeline Bailey UC Irvine
Madeline Filner UC Santa Cruz
Jaelin Isquith UNLV
   
Division 2 Coach Of The Year
Taylor Cabrera UC San Diego
   
Division 2 Player Of The Year
Kayla Tracy UC San Diego

Posted on April 13 2022

ASU Wins 11-6 To Get First WWLL D1 Championship

UCLA and the club from ASU were two teams on a collision course to play each other in the WWLL D1 Championship Game.  The Bruins and the Sun Devils had not played each other in the regular season.  Both had emerged unscathed through WWLL quarterfinals and semifinals to meet in the final.  Both teams played at a championship level but their defense won it for ASU.

UCLA scored the first goal. Bruins senior Katie Larratt (Coronado, CA) passed inside to Kailyn McCullough (Severna Park, MD) who caught it righty and switched to her left to sting the bottom right corner.  Offense from ASU didn’t take long but it did take a while to score. The Sun Devils shot four times on their first possession but were empty handed after wide shots and two saves by UCLA goalie Naomi Moskowitz (Oakland, CA).  Then on the next Sun Devils attacking possession freshman Lesha Karaba (Philadelphia, PA) dodged from behind and pulled off a rocker move to lose her defender just above goal line extended. The attacker notched an unassisted goal to tie it 1-1. 

After it took them more than 7 minutes to get their first goal ASU mostly took over game on their way to their 11-6 win except for one surge by the Bruins toward the end of the third quarter.  The score was 7-3 in favor of the Sun Devils at halftime before they eventually won by five goals.  It is the first WWLL Championship for the club from ASU. 

Late in the second quarter it looked like the halftime score was going to be five goals for the Sun Devils but UCLA attacker Charlotte Hussey (Norwalk, CT) split a double team. The junior scored unassisted to get the Bruins to within four goals with four seconds on the clock.  All game ASU was quick to slide and rotate their defense.  Double teams and second slides are what the UCLA offense kept facing every time they were on attack.

A yellow card on ASU 11:56 into the third quarter and then another yellow card on ASU just 13 seconds later gave UCLA a 7 versus 5 players up opportunity.  Still the Sun Devils held.  Toward the end of that two minute releasable penalty period a UCLA shot that went in was called no goal for a crease violation. That kept the score 7-3 in favor of the Sun Devils during the entire player up sequence.  A midfield turnover by ASU facing the Bruins zone ride on the ensuing clear and UCLA had the ball again.  After all that time ASU defending with only five players it was back to even strength.  The Bruins scored this time.  A UCLA pass from Hussey to Macy Anderson (Novato, CA) gave the Bruins a goal and it was 7-4.

ASU won the draw control but then faced a revved up UCLA defense coming out of a timeout adjustment.  Now the Bruins were pressuring out and working hard to get their own double teams.  UCLA goalie Moskowitz came out of the crease and intercepted an ASU pass and on this Bruins possession freshman Ainsley McCabe (Arlington, VA) scored on an 8 meter free position attempt with 4:44 left in the third quarter.  The Bruins had pulled to within two goals. 

UCLA doubled on the next ASU drive to goal and came up with the ball and made it 7-6 on that possession when Larratt scored unassisted to make it a one goal game with 3:43 left in the third period.  Back and forth play through the midfield earned UCLA the ball but the one look inside they could get didn’t result in a shot.  The fourth quarter started with ASU only up by one goal but the Sun Devils went on to hold the Bruins scoreless for the quarter to get the win.  UCLA had chances the rest of the way but couldn't solve the Sun Devils defense. 

The Bruins won the first draw of the fourth quarter on a loose ball foul by ASU but their settled offense pass inside was tipped and then intercepted.  That defensive play resulted in a chance for Sun Devils freshman Briana Gardiner (Chicago, IL) to get a pass from freshman Caroline Kelly (Souderton, PA) for the first goal of the fourth quarter to put ASU up 8-6.  It was the first goal of a 4-0 fourth quarter run by the Sun Devils.  During that run timely saves by ASU goalie Alex Labrosse (Amherst, NH)  kept the Bruins from scoring on several looks at the cage, including a Labrosse save on a UCLA 8 meter free position attempt from the center hash.  After that Labrosse save ASU broke the UCLA midfield zone ride and and a long pass to Caroline Kelly (Souderton, PA) became a breakaway. The wide open attacker Kelly finished her opportunity by throwing two fakes and placing her shot off-hip to give ASU a 9-6 lead.   

A Sun Devils stick on defense knocked down a UCLA pass and after a series of short ASU passes through the midfield this time a UCLA foul gave sophomore Jaiden Stepnowsky (San Diego, CA) a free position shot and she buried it to give ASU a 10-6 lead with 7:48 left in the game.  The UCLA ride got them the ball several times but their passes inside on offense constantly met with an ASU stick tipping it or such tight marking after the catch they couldn’t take a shot.  At that point in the game with less than three minutes left and down four goals UCLA needed every pass inside to result in a shot and every shot to be a goal but ASU played everything so well on defense it didn't happen.  On the next ASU steal and possession sophomore Kaleigh Olla (Danville, CA) picked up a rebounded shot and scored tight on the crease to give ASU the final 11-6 lead with 1:24 left in the game. 

The sixth ranked nationally Sun Devils improved to 14-0 overall and will play in the WCLA National Championships in Round Rock, Texas on May 4th – 7th.  UCLA, 9th ranked in the nation, dropped to 10-3 overall and are strong candidates for an at-large spot at Nationals.  The Bruins other two losses have come to current #1 Georgia and #2 Boston College.

Watch the full game on the South Mountain Sports YouTube Channel

WWLL Championship Photos by Clay Lyons.

Other Sunday Games

  • Third Place Game: San Diego State 19, Cal Poly SLO 15
  • Fifth Place Game: UC Davis 12, Grand Canyon 8
  • Seventh Place Game:  Santa Clara 14, Arizona 6

Full Schedule & Results

Posted on April 10 2022
Date Home Score Away Score
04/10 UCLA UCLA 6 ASU ASU 11
04/10 UCD UCD 12 GCanyon GCanyon 8
04/10 CP CP 15 SDSU SDSU 19
04/10 UCSD UCSD 16 CSUSM CSUSM 12
04/10 SCU SCU 14 AZ AZ 6
Day Date Time Home Away

2022 WWLL Champions

Div 1
ASU
Div 2
UCSD

2020 & 2021 Championships Not Conducted

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