Ella Dederick was the goalkeeper in the net for the 2015 season for the Washington State Women's soccer team and helped lead them to their 5th straight NCAA tournament birth. On Monday, the redshirt Freshman was named the 10th best goalkeeper in Division-1 women's soccer by topdrawersoccer.com. And it is well deserved.
With 99 saves last season she led the conference as well as saving the most goals in a Cougar jersey since the 2008 season. The Cougars and Dederick allowed just 3 multi-goal games last season, going 1-2 in those games, and gave up just 19 goals in their 20 games.
Dederick finishes a top-10 list that is littered with Pac-12 talent. Three other conference goalkeepers made the list, but none of them as young as the woman in Crimson and Gray.
Congratulations to Ella!
Dederick Named Top-10 Collegiate Goalkeeper - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The redshirt-freshman goalkeeper was named the 10th-best goalkeeper in the country by TopDrawerSoccer.com.
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