Magliulo Named All-West Region
 
Junior Annii Magliulo is the first Rebel to earn all-region honors.
Junior Annii Magliulo is the first Rebel to earn all-region honors.
 
 
 

Dec. 16, 2003

LAS VEGAS - UNLV's Annii Magliulo became the first player in school history to earn all-region honors as she was named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) 2003 West Region Third Team last week.

Magliulo, a junior midfielder of Pengrove, Calif., becomes the only player in the six-year history of the women's soccer program at UNLV to be named all-region. In November, she was named first team all-Mountain West Conference after leading the Rebels and tying for first in the conference in goals scored with eight and total points with 20. Magliulo also posted four game-winning goals on the season, which was the second-best mark in the league.

Magliulo was one of seven conference players named to the all-west region teams. On the first team was Amber Brower of Utah and Aleisha Rose of BYU, while Ashley Mason, Tracey Stratton, and Amada Feigt, all of Utah, were selected to the second team. Nicole Jensen and Krissa Campbell, both from BYU, joined Magliulo on the third team

UNLV finished fifth in the Mountain West Conference, and advanced to the semifinals of the 2003 Mountain West Tournament, tying Utah in the semifinals though the Utes would advance after winning a penalty kick shootout. The Rebels finished the season at 9-9-3, and 2-4 in the conference.

 

 

 
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