For Immediate Release: October 30, 2006
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BU women's soccer midfielder Reed named first team America East all-star
Freshman defender Montoya selected to All-Rookie squad

America East Release

VESTAL, N.Y. - Binghamton women's soccer junior midfielder Tricia Reed (Oswego, N.Y.) earned first team America East all-star honors after an outstanding 2006 season. She was the lone BU player honored on the 22-member all-star squads.

Reed, BU's playmaker in the middle, scored a team-high four goals for the Bearcats (7-8-3), who finished fourth in the regular season before bowing out in the America East quarterfinals on penalty kicks. Three of those tallies were game-winners, and Reed added an assist. She was a second team selection last season.

"Tricia had an outstanding season and truly deserved this honor," head coach Jeff Leightman said. "She gives us so much in the middle - on the attack and defending. She does everything and despite some injuries this season, she still took over games."

Reed also was chosen for the America East All-Academic Team - an 11-member squad that combines athletic and academic success.

Freshman defender Nicole Montoya (Long Beach, Calif.) was selected to the All-Rookie team after a solid first collegiate season. Montoya helped a BU defensive unit post eight shutouts and a 1.18 goals against average.


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