SCU soccer star is a finalist for national award

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Women’s soccer forward Veronica Zepeda has been named to the “watch list” of candidates for the 2003 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, awarded to the top players in NCAA Division I soccer at the end of the season. The senior from Riverside, Calif. was a third-team NSCAA/adidas All- America as a sophomore when she helped the Broncos to the national championship. Last season, she provided a clutch performance, including two scores against North Carolina in the 2002 College Cup semifinal. In 2000, she was one of only four high schoolers among the 30 players on the U.S. Olympic training roster. The Hermann Trophy is college soccer’s version of the Heisman Trophy and represents the highest level of individual achievement in the sport. Past recipients include some of the biggest names in soccer-Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, Shannon MacMillan, and Cindy Parlow-as well as former Broncos Mandy Clemens and Aly Wagner.

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