Sanchez named to OWH All-Nebraska Team, six other Bulldogs named as honorable mention selections

Concordia University’s Jamie Sanchez was named to the 2010 Omaha World Herald All-Nebraska NAIA women’s soccer team.  The team was released on Christmas Day.  Mallorie Blanck, Carolyn Chrzan, Hannah Denk, Jordan Donohoue, Ariel Harris and Kelly Ross were honorable mention selections for the Bulldogs. 

Sanchez (Lincoln, Neb.) led Concordia with 11 goals this season.  She was second in assists with six on the season.  She finished with 28 total points and had three game-winning goals for the Bulldogs.  She ranked at or near the top of the conference in most offensive categories in 2010.

Blanck (Manhattan, Kan.) appeared in 17 games during her junior year for the Bulldogs.  She scored eight goals and added one assist for a total of 17 points.  Blanck was second on the team in points (17) and goals (8) and was third in shots (41).

Chrzan (Burbank, Calif.) started all 18 games at the forward position for Concordia in her senior season.  She totaled six goals and three assists for 15 points.  She added four game-winning goals on the season.  Chrzan was third on the team in points, tied for third in goals and first in game-winning goals.

Denk (Independence, Mo.) appeared in all 18 games with 16 starts during her senior year for the Bulldogs.  She had one goal and a team-high 11 assists for a total of 13 points.  Denk tied for first in the GPAC with her 11 assists and was an honorable mention All-GPAC selection.

Donohoue (Manhattan, Kan.) started all 18 games in her first year for the Bulldogs.  She finished with five goals and five assists for a total of 15 points.  Donohoue also had one game-winning goal on the year. 

Harris (Valley Center, Calif.) appeared in all 18 games in goal for the Bulldogs in her junior year.  She finished with a 9-8-1 record with three shutouts on the year…Allowed 31 goals and made 82 saves.  Harris picked up shutouts against the University of Sioux Falls, Nebraska Wesleyan and Mount Marty College.  She made a season-high 10 saves twice during the 2010 season. 

Ross (Calgary, Alberta) was an honorable mention All-GPAC selection in her junior season.  She played in all 18 games with 14 starts and finished in a tie for third place on the team with six goals.  Ross also added two assists on the year for a total of 14 points. 

Concordia was 9-8-1 overall and 5-5-1 in conference play in 2010.