Amanda Lernor Awarded Jewish Sports Review First Team All-America
Senior gains second career JSR All-America honor
Jan. 13, 2009
Los Angeles, CA - LMU senior women's soccer player Amanda Lernor has been named to the Jewish Sports Review Division I All-America First Team, the organization has announced in its January/February 2009 issue. This is Lernor's second appearance on the team, having previously garnered the honor in 2006.
A native of Scottsdale, AZ, Lernor started 18 of LMU's 19 games in 2008, helping the defense post a 0.83 goals-against-average in West Coast Conference play. She also got it done on the offensive end, scoring her first career goal, the game-winner, at San Francisco on November 2. At the conclusion of the season, she was named to the All-WCC Second Team for the first time.
In her four-year career, Lernor made 59 starts in 67 appearances, helping the Lions to a 38-25-14 record, including the program's second NCAA Tournament berth in 2006. LMU went 10-6-3 overall in 2008, finishing in sole possession of third place in the WCC at 5-2-0.
The Jewish Sports Review is a bi-monthly publication highlighting Jewish athletes in all professional, college, and high school sports. Now in its 10th year, the Jewish Sports Review selects All-America College teams in baseball, football, basketball, softball, soccer, and lacrosse.
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