Molly Bruh Named to Jewish Sports Review All-America First Team
Junior Midfielder One of 10 Division I Honorees
Jan. 9, 2012
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - After completing her most successful year on the pitch for the George Washington women's soccer team, junior midfielder Molly Bruh was named to the Jewish Sports Review 2011 Women's Soccer All-America First Team, the publication announced Monday. Bruh is one of just 10 Division I student-athletes selected by the bi-monthly periodical.
Bruh tallied a career-high six points during the 2011 season on the strength of one goal and a team-high four assists.
In the Colonials' 5-1 roll over Robert Morris on Sept. 4, Bruh netted her first career goal, in addition to two assists, for a career-high four points on the day.
She registered her third assist in GW's contest with Davidson on Sept. 9, when she sent a straight-shot corner pass to senior Sierra Smidinger. Bruh's final helper came in a similar fashion in the Colonials' match with Liberty on Sept. 23, when she sent a perfectly placed corner pass to Smidinger, who found the back of the net.
Bruh was one of just three players to start all 19 games for the Buff and Blue this season. She finished third on the team with six points.
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