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    Women's Soccer Wins National Championship

    Dec. 5, 2004

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    The Irish starting lineup takes the field for the NCAA final game vs. UCLA.

    Christine Shaner (left) and Melissa Tancredit (right) played key roles in the Irish defense all season. Tancredi was eventually named to the NCAA all-tournament team.

    Gudrun Gunnarsdottir (left) and Erika Bohn (right) acknowledge the crowd during the player introductions. Bohn was eventually named the NCAA Championship Most Outstanding Defensive Player - making three penalty kick stops in the final game vs. UCLA.

    Jen Buczkowski dives after a loose ball in front of UCLA goalkeeper Valerie Henderson.

    Amanda Cinalli helped the Irish offense keep consistent pressure on the UCLA defense.

    Jill Krivacek, shown here during action in the game, eventually made the game-winning penalty kick after the two teams battled through 110 minutes tied 1-1.

    Kim Lorenzen battles for the ball with UCLA's Bristyn Davis for control of the ball.

    Lorenzen helped the Irish defense hold UCLA to 11 shots.

    Annie Schefter works her way through the midfield.

    Christie Shaner moves up the field in control of the ball.

    The 2004 National Champion Notre Dame women's soccer team.


     

     

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