2007 UCF Soccer All-Conference Honorees
#15 Danielle dos Santos

F * 5-7 * Jr.
Campinas, Brazil/Lincoln Memorial University
Conference USA Newcomer of the Year

Dos Santos transferred to UCF after spending two seasons with Lincoln Memorial University. She became the Knights' top reserve, coming off the bench to add a spark to the offense the entire season. Dos Santos played in all but one match, and accumulated four goals and four assists for 12 points. All four of those tallies came in C-USA games, which tied for seventh in the conference. Dos Santos posted eight points vs. SMU Oct. 14, which was one shy of the C-USA record for points in a match and two short of the UCF mark. In the 5-0 win, she recorded UCF's 33rd hat trick and added assists on the other two goals. She earned C-USA Offensive Player of the Week honors and was named to the Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week for that performance.
#3 Yvonne George

F * 5-8 * So.
Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs
All-Conference USA Second Team

George, who did not have a point as a freshman last year, connected for eight goals, including three game-winners, and five assists for 21 points. Those 21 points rank in a tie for fourth in C-USA and she is seventh in goals scored. George tallied a goal in five-straight outings from Sept. 22-Oct. 12, and was selected as the C-USA Offensive Player of the Week twice.
#1 Jennifer Manis

GK * 5-11 * Sr.
Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year
All-Conference USA First Team

Manis played every minute in the UCF net, racking up seven shutouts, 91 saves, a 0.96 goals-against average and an .835 save percentage. In league games only, she led C-USA with six shutouts, a 0.52 GAA and an .898 save percentage. Manis' 91 overall saves rank tied for fifth on the UCF single-season chart. She opened the year with a 12-save effort vs. Minnesota (UCF won, 2-1), which was the 11th most in Knight history. Manis also was named the C-USA Defensive Player of the Week Oct. 15 for back-to-back shutouts vs. Tulsa and SMU.
#8 Dustin McCarty

M * 5-10 * Fr.
Maitland, Fla./Winter Park
Conference USA All-Freshman Team

McCarty started 15 of 17 matches during his first campaign with the Knights. The native of Maitland, Fla., tied for fifth on the team with three points off a goal and an assist, and racked up 22 shots in 2007. He registered his first collegiate point on a helper vs. Stetson Sept. 12, then scored an unassisted goal at Memphis two days later.
#17 Nikki Moore

D * 5-3 * So.
Virginia Beach, Va./Cape Henry Collegiate School
All-Conference USA First Team

Moore may have been a very important part of a UCF defense that allowed just 18 goals in 2007, but she also tallied one goal and five assists from her outside back position. Moore started all 18 games, helping the Knights post seven shutouts.
#22 Christina Petrucco

D * 5-9 * Fr.
Conference USA All-Freshman Team

Petrucco made 14 appearances with 10 starts in her first collegiate campaign. In those 14 games, UCF outscored opponents 30-16. Petrucco finished the regular season with 974 minutes played as the Knight defense gave up only 259 shots on the year.
#11 Ryan Roushandel

M/F * 6-2 * Jr.
Atlanta, Ga./Clemson
All-Conference USA Second Team

Roushandel finished the year as the team's leading goal scorer with eight tallies. He also added one assist for 17 total points. In all, three of his eight goals were game-winners as he placed 23 of his 57 shots on goal. The Atlanta native scored twice against Cincinnati Sept. 7 and at Florida International Oct. 10, while he hit the back of the net in three-straight games from Sept. 17-23.
#12 Hanna Wilde

M * 5-4 * Jr.
Westlake, Ohio/Westlake
All-Conference USA First Team

Wilde held the UCF lead with 52 shots to rank tied for eighth in the league. She notched four goals and three assists for 11 points, making the start in all 18 matches. Wilde also had one game-winner and one game-tying goal.
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