December 22, 2010 - by
Three Seminoles Honored

Dec. 22, 2010

By Zach Mendelson,

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State University junior defender Toni Pressley (Melbourne, Fla./West Shore) has been named to the 2010 Soccer America Division I Women’s Soccer All-America Team also known as the Soccer America “MVP’s Team”. Two Seminole freshman, defender Kassey Kallman (Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury) and goalkeeper Kelsey Wys (Coral Springs, Fla./Majory Stoneman Douglas) have also been named to the Soccer America All-Freshman teams.

Pressley, who kicked the game-winning goal against USF in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, was named as a MVP’s Team first team member. She was previously selected as a First Team All-ACC member, an NSCAA All American fourth team member, and named to the national “Team of the Season”. Pressley finished the 2010 season with a team high three game-winning goals and helped lead the Seminoles to the top ranked defense in the ACC during the regular season.

Kallman was named to the Soccer America All Freshman first team. She was a key component to the swarming Seminole defense that allowed only 14 goals during the regular season. Kallman played a team high 2022 minutes and started every game during the regular season and NCAA Tournament. Kallman also contributed to the Seminole attack registering three goals and three assists, including the game-winning goal against Central Florida. For her efforts she named as an ACC Second Team member, ACC All Freshman first team member, TopDrawerSoccer All Rookie Team and TDS “Team of the Week” for her tremendous efforts during the Sweet Sixteen.

Wys was named as a Soccer America All Freshman second team member. She led the ACC this ACC in shutouts (12), save percentage (.843) and was second in goals against average (0.76). Overall Wys went 16-5-1 in her first year in the net. During the first week of the season Wts was named to the TopDrawerSoccer “Team of the Week”, and later was selected as a CollegeSoccer360 National Primetime Performer of the Week during first week of October. Wys finished the season as an All ACC second team member.

Overall the Seminoles’ finished the 2010 campaign by making an 11th consecutive NCAA Tournament and advanced to the Elite Eight for the sixth straight year.

Soccer America MVPs First Team

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.


MVPs Second Team

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.


All-Freshman First Team

G Emily Oliver, Stanford

M Vanessa DiBernardo, Illinois

D Crystal Dunn, North Carolina

M Julie Johnston, Santa Clara

D Kassey Kallman, Florida State

M Mandy Laddish, Notre Dame

D Rachel Lenz, Texas A&M

F Kealia Ohai, North Carolina

M Mollie Pathman, Duke

F Jenna Richardson, Oregon State

F Katie Stengel, Wake Forest


All-Freshman Second Team

G Kelsey Wys, Florida State

D Cloee Colohan, Portland

M Nicholette DiGiacomo, Denver

M Mariana Garcia, The Citadel

D Meg Morris, North Carolina

D Kecia Morway, Notre Dame

M Alexa Newfield, Georgia

D Michelle Pao, Pepperdine

F Frances Silva, West Virginia

F Taylor Travis, Florida

F Laura Weinberg, Duke



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