PITTSBURGH-Senior Rachel Brown was chosen to play in the Umbro Select College All-Star Classic. The All-Star Classic will be a final look at the nation's top collegiate players before the Women's United Soccer Association holds its draft on Monday morning.
The competition, taking place on Saturday, Feb. 9 at Lockhart Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is a chance to be invited to the WUSA combine and potentially a chance to be drafted.
Brown (Burnley, England/St. Christopher's/Alabama) is a two-time Big East Conference Goalkeeper of the Year in her two seasons with the Panthers despite missing the first four games of the 2001 season due to injury.
She is the Panthers' career leader in lowest goals against average with a 1.87 and her 16 saves against Penn State in 2001 tied her own school record set in 2000 against Notre Dame.
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