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NSCAA | August 7, 2014

MAC Hermann Trophy announces watch list

2013 Women’s Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy winner Morgan Brian is one of 63 NCAA Division I players tagged as the leading players to watch this season that could vie for the 2014 MAC Hermann Trophy.

UCLA leads the charge with a total of five players between the two lists, followed by Virginia with four total players. Georgetown and Florida each have three players named to the lists.

Two men’s semifinalists and one finalist from 2013 have been marked as contenders for this season’s award. UCLA senior Leo Stolz was one of the final three from last year, while Milwaukee senior Laurie Bell and Cal State Northridge senior Sagi Lev-Ari were two of 15 semifinalists last season.

On the women’s side in addition to last year’s recipient Brian, 2013 finalist Abby Dahlkemper returns to this year’s watch list. South Carolina senior Sabrina D’Angelo and Virginia junior Makenzy Doniak were also tagged as players to watch after reaching the MAC Hermann semifinal round last season.

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