Carmelina topped the nation in game-winning goals (10) and tied for the most points (51). From Scarborough, Ontario, the junior forward was third in goals (19), seventh in assists (13) and tied for 15th in points per game (2.04). 
Saint Rose Athletics
Senior Ashley Botts finished a stellar 2011 campaign tied for the national lead in goals (20) and total points (51). Playing for the GVSU Lakers, the forward also ranked 15th in points per game (2.04) and 16th in total assists (11).
Grand Valley State Athletics
As a junior, goalkeeper Kelli Kowalewski allowed only eight goals in 20 games in 2011. Entering her senior campaign, Kowalewski comes off a season where she recorded a total of 70 saves while tallying an impressive six shutouts. She also finished the 2011 campaign fourth in the nation with a .897 save percentage.
Philadelphia Athletics
A native of Plymoth, England, senior forward Chloe Roberts led the North Alabama squad to its first Gulf South Conference title in 2011. In the process, Roberts dominated nearly every statistical category en route to garnering GSC Player of the Year honors for the second time in her career (Her first coming in 2009). In 20 games, she tied for second in the nation in assists (15), third in assists per game, third in total points (47), tied for sixth in game-winning goals (6) and tied for ninth in total goals (16).
North Alabama Athletics
Sophomore forward Alexandra Smith came fourth in the nation in goals per game (1.000). Smith finished 10th in points per game (2.13), tied for 16th in total goals (15) and tied for 30th in total points (32). 
Goldey-Beacom Athletics
Swedish goalkeeper Julia Hansson led the nation with a .955 save percentage in 2011. In 18 games, the Purple Knight recorded a total of 106 saves while only allowing five goals throughout the entirety of her sophomore campaign.
Bridgeport Athletics
Sophomore goalkeeper Brandi Bartley follows up a freshman season that saw her finish second in the nation with a .920 save percentage. She recorded a total of 69 saves in 18 games while allowing only six goals in 2011. 
Central Oklahoma Athletics

Bretzville, Ind. native Carmen Van Winkle topped the nation in goals per game (1.286) and points per game (2.71) in 2011. In just 14 games, the junior forward managed to tie the national leaders for sixth in total goals (18). She also tallied 38 total points.
Oakland City Athletics
Sophomore goalkeeper Sonya Smith was second in the nation in total saves (178) and 13th with an impressive .873 save percentage. In just 17 games, the Mustang recorded a total of four shutouts.
Southwest Minnesota Athletics

Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference 2011 Athlete-of-the-Year, Carley Work, tied for third in the nation in total goals (19). From Hopewell, Pa, the Vulcan forward also finished tied for fifth in total points (44) at the end of her junior campaign.
California (Pa.) Athletics