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Nov. 19, 2001

Virginia hockey captains Carrie Goodloe (St. Louis, Mo./John Burroughs) and Jessica Coleman (Oceanport, N.J./Shore Regional) were both named All-Americans by the National Field Hockey Coaches’ Association for 2001. Goodloe was named to the second team while Coleman was named to the third team. It is the second time that Coleman has been so honored while this is the first All-American designation for Goodloe.

Goodloe ranked second on the team in scoring while leading the team in assists for the third consecutive year. Her 14 assists ranked fifth nationally and she completed her career with 52 career assists, which ranks fifth all-time in the ACC. She was named to the National Academic Squad in 2000 and was a first-team All-South selection in both 2000 and 2001. Goodloe finished her career with 92 career points, which ranks ninth all-time at Virginia.

Coleman, who was also a third-team All-American in 1999, led the Cavaliers in scoring for the third consecutive year. Her 20 goals led the ACC and she ranked 3rd nationally in goals scored. She is only the third person in school history to have two seasons with 20 or more goals scored. Coleman was a first team All-South selection in 1999 and 2001. Coleman finishes her career at Virginia with 133 points (58g, 17a) which ranks sixth all-time for the Cavaliers.

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