Field Hockey 2017 – Players of the Week

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DIVISION I

Defensive Player of the Year: Ashley Hoffman, North Carolina

Hoffman, the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, anchored the Tar Heel defense at the center back position, starting all 23 games there and serving as a team co-captain. On the offensive end, she tied for the team lead in goals with 11 and ranked second in points with 27. She was named the ACC Tournament MVP after leading the Heels to the tournament title.

Offensive Player of the Year: Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut

Division I’s biggest offensive threat showed off her skills at the final weekend, scoring all three of her team’s goals in the semifinals and finals to power the Huskies to an undefeated season that culminated in the national championship. In the four games in the tournament, Veitner scored six goals and added an assist—even if you discounted the tournament, she had more goals than anyone else in the country.

Rookie of the year: Pien Dicke, Virginia

Dicke, the ACC Freshman of the year and first-team All-ACC honoree, averaged 1.05 goals per game and 2.45 points per game, both of which ranked second in the conference and nationally in the top 10. The two-time ACC Offensive Player of the Week set the single-season record for hat tricks by tallying five this season, and tallied five game-winning goals in her rookie campaign.

Coach of the year: Tess Ellis, William & Mary

Ellis guided the Tribe to a huge turnaround, posting a 13-7 record that included two wins over top-15 teams, a berth in the CAA final, and two wins over NCAA tournament teams a year after a 9-10 record.

First team

Alyssa Chillano, Duke
Pien Dicke, Virginia
Ashley Hoffman, North Carolina
Lein Holsboer, Maryland
Nina Klein, Connecticut
Leis Lagerweij, Syracuse
Ayeisha McFerran, Louisville
Sophia Miller, Northwestern
Greta Nauck, Delaware
Moira Putsch, Penn State
Katie Trombetta, Michigan
Casey Umstead, Connecticut
Eva van’t Hoog, North Carolina
Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut
Tara Vittese, Virginia
Nicole Woods, Louisville

Second team

Maddie Backsai, Princeton
Katie Birch, Iowa
Amanda Collins, Connecticut
Meg Douthwaite, Michigan
Skylar Fretz, Penn State
Ally Hammel, Boston University
Sarah Hawkshaw, Massachusetts
Karlie Heistand, Connecticut
Ryan McCarthy, Princeton
Agueda Moroni, Liberty
Puck Petenga, Northwestern
Paula Portugal, Miami
Sam Swensen, Michigan
Roos Weers, Syracuse
Anna Willocks, St. Joseph’s
Krieke van Wyk, Pacific

Third team

Savannah Burns, Pacific
Malin Evert, North Carolina
Jule Grashoff, Wake Forest
Danielle Grega, Old Dominion
Carrie Hanks, Maryland
Maddie Humphrey, Ohio State
Laura Hurff, Syracuse
Victoria Kammerinke, St. Joseph’s
Julie Laszlo, Monmouth
Taylor Lister, Delaware
Minout Mink, Louisville
Margaux Paolino, Duke
Taylor Stone, Louisville
Rose Tynan, Duke
Bente van Vlijman, Harvard
Corinne Zanolli, Stanford

Rookie team

Leo Berlie, Miami
Jill Bolton, Liberty
Margot va Hecking Colenbrander, Connecticut
Pien Dicke, Virginia
Daphne Groothuis, Rutgers
Bodil Keus, Maryland
Lotte de Koning, Delaware
Quinn Maguire, St. Joseph’s
Maddy Murphy, Iowa
Rachel Robinson, Virginia
Megan Rodgers, California
Mimi Tarrant, Harvard
Julianna Tornetta, Princeton
Borg van der Velde, Syracuse
Manon van Weezel, Providence
Corinne Zanolli, Stanford

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DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Year: Sydney McCarthy, East Stroudsburg

McCarthy helped the Warriors earn the #1 seed in the PSAC tournament and a #2 overall seed in the NCAA tournament. The PSAC Defensive Player of the Year, McCarthy’s Warriors ranked third nationally in scoring defense despite playing the nation’s toughest schedule.

Offensive Player of the Year: Kacie Smith, Stonehill

Smith re-wrote the record books yet again for Stonehill, helping the Skyhawks to another berth in the NCAA tournament after earning the #2 seed in the NE-10 tournament. The Northeast-10 Player of the Year, Smith averaged an outstanding 4.95 points per game, more than a full point clear of the #2 ranked player. Her 41 goals and 17 assists led all players nationally.

Rookie of the Year: Jazmin Petrantonio, Shippensburg

Petrantonio made a huge impact for the Lady Raiders and Division II, leading Ship to a second consecutive national title. A first-team All-PSAC athlete, the Argentina native ranked second on her team in scoring and eighth nationally. She set a national record with six assists in a win over Millersville.

Coach of the Year: Kayte Kinsely, Pace

Kinsely helped engineer a 6-game improvement in 2017 for the Setters, helping Pace earn the #3 seed in the NE-10 tournament and a top-10 ranking throughout the year. Pace ranked second in the nation in scoring defense and ninth nationally in scoring margin as the Setters improved from 9-9 in 2016 to 15-4 in 2017.

First team

Morgan Aldinger, Kutztown
Emily Barnard, Shippensburg
Taylor Bracale, West Chester
Erin Collins, Saint Anselm
Meredith Fagan, Millersville
Rylie Hammond, Merrimack
Kaitlin Hatch, West Chester
Chardonnay Hope, Kutztown
Sydney McCarthy, East Stroudsburg
Emily Miller, LIU Post
Jazmin Petrantonio, Shippensburg
Kate Remley, Limestone
Allison Sheahan, Assumption
Kacie Smith, Stonehill
Rachal Toppi, West Chester
Courtney Weaver, Millersville

Second team

Michaela Antonellis, Stonehill
Ashley Chioda, East Stroudsburg
Kelly Diplock, Limestone
Mackenzie Fuhrman, Kutztown
Bridget Hoogendijk, Lindenwood
Nicole Johnston, Lindenwood
Emma Kincaid, Saint Anselm
Margaret Maclean, Pace
Kayla Mack, Slippery Rock
Aliza Mizak, Millersville
Mackenzie Mlkvy, West Chester
Lesley Sanchez-Alvarez, Pace
Brooke Sheibley, Shippensburg
Mary Spisak, Shippensburg
Tali Wehner, Bloomsburg
Kyra Wozniak, Kutztown

Rookie team

Elaine Bachelder, Stonehill
Sammy Bell, LIU Post
Lisette de Bruin, Pace
Marre Corver, West Chester
Kelly Diplock, Limestone
Renee Duffy, Lindenwood
Meredith Fagan, Millersville
Caitie McNamara, West Chester
Brittany Morgan, Slippery Rock
Angelina Perrone, Belmont Abbey
Jazmin Petrantonio, Shippensburg
Helene Servais, Southern New Hampshire
Annabelle Tierney, Millersville
Kayla Ulrich, Slippery Rock
Rachel Vellis, LIU Post
Caitlyn Wink, Shippensburg

*****

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Year: Tressie Windsor, Salisbury

The CAC Player of the Year, Windsor backstopped the SeaGulls throughout the season and into the NCAA tournament. Windsor faced the second-toughest schedule in the nation and posted the nation’s sixth-best goals-against average, only twice allowing two or more goals in regulation all season.

Offensive Player of the Year: Carissa Gehman, Messiah

Gehman was an offensive force for the Falcons all year long, ranking fifth in the nation in points per game despite facing the fifth-toughest schedule in the nation. Gehman powered Messiah back into the NCAA title game, their second consecutive such berth, after earning Commonwealth Player of the Year honors.

Rookie of the Year: Grace Moore, MIT

Moore backstopped the Engineers to the NEWMAC title pushing them into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament. Despite playing a top-15 schedule nationally, Moore ranked second in the nation in save percentage and 19th in goals-against average. Of the 19 games in the season, Moore posted nine shutouts.

Coach of the Year: Colleen Moyer, Scranton

Moyer engineered a 10-game turnaround for the Royals and a jump of 54 spots in the rankings from last year, going from 5-12 in 2016 to 15-3 in 2017. Scranton finished 18th nationally in scoring margin at +2.18 per game and were the second seed in the Landmark Conference tournament a year after not advancing to the post-season.

First team

Teresa Carr, Kean
Erin Coverdale, Franklin & Marshall
Isabelle Del Priore, Tufts
Lauren Drakeley, Babson
Kelcie Finn, Trinity
Carissa Gehman, Messiah
Jillian Hughes, Salisbury
Grace Jennings, Middlebury
Shauna LaMaina, Kean
Shayna Landis, Messiah
Emily Penn, MIT
Melissa Russo, Gwynedd Mercy
Lauren Schweppe, Middlebury
Ashley Tango, Babson
Tressie Windsor, Salisbury
Hannah Wood, William Smith

Second team

Alex Bennett, Williams
Kersey Boulay, Univ. of New England
Kelly Cousoulis, Catholic
Courtney Dunham, Rochester
Christina Fabiano, TCNJ
Marissa Folts, Skidmore
Courtnie Greene, Christopher Newport
Michaela Giuttari, Hamilton
Shannon Hart, Kenyon
Grace Hillman, Johns Hopkins
Emily Markarian, St. John Fisher
Elizabeth Morrison, TCNJ
Sydney Padilla, TCNJ
Michaila Parent, Worcester State
Mary Travers, Tufts
Elizabeth Turnbull, Amherst

Third team

Elizabeth Bennewitz, Bowdoin
Meredith Campbell, Scranton
Amber Cody, Salve Regina
Kristin Donohue, Messiah
Amber Haslett, Montclair State
Annie Horsley, Franklin & Marshall
Michelle Kabaira, Denison
Maggie Kennedy, Springfield
Annie Leonard, Middlebury
Grace Moore, MIT
Ali Posey, York
Megan Redmond, Cortland
Nikki Simpao, Lynchburg
Kaitlyn Struss, Montclair State
Hayley Sutherland, Worcester State
Haley Tucker, Washington & Lee

Rookie team

Kailyn Brandt, Washington College
Nina Bruno, Keene State
Lauren Dougherty, Arcadia
Taylor Farrin, Endicott
Courtney Fiest, Christopher Newport
Charlotte Godfrey, Denison
Michelle Kabaira, Denison
Kathryn Lehman, Gwynedd Mercy
Jackie Lerro, Lynchburg
Grace Moore, MIT
Erin Nicholas, Middlebury
Maddy Paro, Babson
Brianna Socker, St. John Fisher
Tori Tiefenthaler, TCNJ
Channa Visseren, Wittenberg
Haley Wakefield, Plymouth State

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Ashley Hoffman, North Carolina

Hoffman led the Tar Heels to a 3-0 week that included three top-15 victories as the fifth-seeded Tar Heels won the ACC title, allowing only two goals in the process. The UNC defensive unit allowed only 30 shots total in the three games, with only 20 on frame, and 17 combined corners in the three contests. The Tar Heels did not allow a goal in the semifinals or finals.

Offensive Player of the Week: Hannah Pike, Fairfield

Pike powered the Stags to the MAAC title with a five-goal performance over the weekend. She had both game-winning goals, scoring three times in the semifinal victory over LIU Brooklyn before scoring both goals in a 2-1 defeat of Monmouth on the road.

Rookie of the Week: Emily Peters, St. Joseph’s

Peters was a part of both game-winning goals in SJU’s run to the Atlantic 10 championship. She assisted on the go-ahead goal in the second half as St. Joseph’s erased an 0-2 start to win the semifinal tilt against Richmond before scoring the championship-winning goal in overtime against UMass in Amherst. She picked up Tournament MVP honors in the process.

Honor roll:

Makenna Colby, Miami
Sarah Hegelson, Stanford
Ayeisha McFerran, Louisville
Ashley Mendonca, New Hampshire
Kali Shumock, Boston University
Katie Trombetta, Michigan

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Marissa Elizardo, West Chester

Elizardo backstopped the Golden Rams to three wins on the week, sweeping through the PSAC Tournament, not allowing a goal. She posted 13 saves and a perfect 1.00 save percentage.

Offensive Player of the Week: Alison Sheahan, Assumption

Sheahan was a part of all of the Assumption goals as the Greyhounds beat two top-10 teams on the road to advance to the NE-10 finals. She scored both goals, including the game-winning in overtime, as Assumption upset Pace 2-1. In the 1-0 semifinal victory against Stonehill, she assisted on the game-winner in the final minute of play to spur Assumption to the final.

Rookie of the Week: Rachel Vellis, LIU Post

Vellis made 20 saves over three games as the Pioneers won the NE-10 tournament. The freshman posted a 77% save percentage over the week.

Honor roll:

Bridget Hoogendijk, Lindenwood
Emily Miller, LIU Post
Kate Remley, Limestone
Rachal Toppi, West Chester

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Brittain Muir, Christopher Newport

Muir was a rock for the Captains all weekend long, as the CNU defense allowed only one goal in the CAC tournament, capturing the tournament title in the process. In the semifinal game against Mary Washington, Muir and the rest of the CNU defense held the Eagles, who were averaging almost five goals a game, to six shots. In the title game against Salisbury, the CNU defense held Salisbury to only nine shots in regulation and kept them off the board for the final 85 minutes of the game.

Offensive Player of the Week: Katie Alexander, Juniata

Alexander was clutch for the Eagles as she was a part of three of the JC goals over the tournament. In the semifinal tilt on the road against Scranton, Alexander scored the game-tying goal midway through the second half to set up the opportunity to win the game in overtime. In the final, on the road at Catholic, Alexander assisted on the game-tying goal before scoring the championship-winning goal in overtime.

Rookie of the Week: Grace Moore, MIT

Moore backstopped the Engineers to the NEWMAC title over the weekend, allowing only one goal in two games. After posting three saves in a 2-1 victory over Wellesley in the semifinals, she made eight saves in a complete-game shutout over top-seeded and third-ranked Babson in the finals.

Honor roll:

Katie Alexander, Juniata
Nancy Bansbach, Rochester
Nina Bruno, Keene State
Melanie Fry, Misericordia
Madison Gabel, Elms
Charlotte Godfrey, Denison
Brooke Lemerise, Univ. of New England
Annie Leonard, Middlebury
Kristen Mulcahy, Centre
Sarah Schannauer, Franklin & Marshall
Ariyel Yavalar, Washington & Lee

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Molly Janell, LIU Brooklyn

Janell helped propel LIU into its first-ever appearance in the MAAC Championship this weekend. The sophomore made 25 saves in net without giving up a single goal in regulation or double overtime, and registering a shutout win in a crucial MAAC game at Sacred Heart. Jannell, who tallied 185 minutes in goal over two games, made 13 saves to shut out Sacred Heart and allow LIU to win, 1-0, clinching the No. 2 seed in the postseason tournament. In the game against Davidson, Jannell nearly matched her total, making 12 saves and not giving up a goal in regulation or either overtime period.

Offensive Player of the Week: Agueda Moroni, Liberty

Moroni had a ten-point week (4g, 2a) to push the Flames into the post season. She scored early against Temple to give Liberty a 1-0 lead. The sophomore later increased the lead to 3-1 right before the halftime break, as the Lady Flames went on to defeat the Owls 6-2. Trailing 4-0 in the opening half against North Carolina, Moroni was at the forefront of a late comeback effort that came up short, tallying goals in the 32nd and 52nd minutes along with an assist in the 48th minute.

Rookie of the Week: Borg van der Velde, Syracuse

A freshman goalkeeper from Ede, Netherlands, van der Velde helped the Orange tie the program record with their 11th shutout victory of the season on Saturday, defeating Pacific 3-0. van der Velde made four saves in the victory to help the Orange close the regular season with the win.

Honor roll:

Kristina Bassi, Stanford

Malin Evert, North Carolina

Kelsey Federico, UMass-Lowell

Pascale Massey, Northwestern

Emily McNamara, VCU

Casey Umstead, Connecticut

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Emilia Herran, LIU Post

Herran helped lead #5 LIU Post to a 2-0 week in wins AIC and #6 Stonehill. On Wednesday, the senior defender registered an assist in the 6-0 win over AIC to tally LIU Post’s sixth shutout of the season, before taking a crucial 2-1 victory over the Skyhawks on Saturday.

Offensive Player of the Week: Emma Kincaid, St. Anselm

Kincaid racked up two goals and two assists for six points against nationally-ranked Stonehill and American Inter- national. She notched two goals in her team’s 3-2 victory over Stonehill, and added two assists against the Yellow Jackets.

Rookie of the Week: Deirdre Burchill, Assumption

Burchill led the Hounds to two crucial victories, scoring Assumption’s only two goals to lift them to the 6th seed in the NE10 Championship. In Assumption’s 1-0 victory over Adelphi, she tallied a goal in the 62nd minute. On Saturday against Franklin Pierce, she notched her second game-winner of the week just 2:56 into the second half, as Assumption held off the Ravens for the 1-0 lead.

Honor roll:

Merit Harris, Bellarmine

Jessie Londono, Lindenwood

Sydney McCarthy, East Stroudsburg

Ciriaca Petitto, Converse

Kayla Raneri, Merrimack

Brooke Sheibly, Shippensburg

Kacie Smith, Stonehill

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DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Danielle Rette, Haverford

Rette did not allow a goal in 122:26 of action this week as the Fords recorded two wins on their way to a Conference playoff berth. She turned out one shot in a 6-0 win against Bryn Mawr and three more in a 3-0 triumph vs. rival Swarthmore.

Offensive Player of the Week: Kelcie Finn, Trinity

Finn repeats as National Player of the Week as she scored four goals in a pair of Trinity wins. She notched two goals, including the game-winner in a 4-0 win over Amherst in the regular-season finale. She had a hand in all three Trinity goals in a 3-1 win over No. 4 Hamilton in the NESCAC Quarterfinals. She scored two goals, including the game winner, and added an assist in the victory against the Continentals.

Rookie of the Week: Janell Harden, Montclair State

Harden helped the Red Hawks to a 3-0 week to wrap up the regular season. She helped the MSU defense limit opponents to 26 combined shots across three games, allow just one goal in three games, and defeat third- ranked Babson in the regular season finale. The Red Hawk defense held Babson to just 13 shots and no goals in the final 66-plus minutes in the 2-1 upset win.

Honor roll:

Ali Bishop, Bridgewater

Hannah Cooper, St. John Fisher

Ellie Domato, Transylvania

Katie Frade, Wheelock

Kylie Honnick-Payne, DeSales

Grace Jennings, Middlebury

Michelle Kabaira, Denison

Clare Kavanagh, Johns Hopkins

Grace Kuszmaul, Juniata

Channa Visseren, Wittenberg

Jessica Welsh, Cortland

Nicole Wilson, Keuka

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Katie Trombetta, Michigan

Trombetta spearheaded a defensive unit that allowed just two goals over 140:00 of play, including a shutout against Northwestern, earning Michigan the outright Big Ten regular-season title. At the other end of the field, she posted a goal and two assists in Michigan’s wins against two top-10 opponents last weekend. She netted a penalty-corner goal against the Wildcats with just 9:11 remaining to propel U-M to a 1-0 win and followed that up with two assists in the Wolverines’ 6-2 decision at No. 7 Louisville.

Offensive Player of the Week: Emily McNamara, VCU

McNamara scored back-to-back hat tricks against A-10 foes Saint Francis and La Salle. The forward from Centreville, Va., also added an assist in each contest. On Friday, her third and final goal was the game-winning goal in overtime to lift the Rams to a 5-4 win over the Red Flash. On Sunday, she scored the first two goals of the game and assisted on the third to help VCU jump out to a 3-0 lead. She also added a goal to make it 6-0 in the second half as part of the 7-0 shutout win for the Rams.

Rookie of the Week: Quinn Maguire, St. Joseph’s

Maguire totaled eight points, scoring three goals and adding two assists as the 19th-ranked Hawks earned a pair of wins. On Friday, she assisted on the tying goal before adding one of her own later as the Hawks roared back from a 2-0 deficit to top No. 23 Massachusetts, 5-2. The forward from Media, Pa., scored twice in the first half at Northeastern on Sunday as the Hawks took the lead, then assisted on what turned out to be the game-winner with 12 minutes remaining in the game.

Honor roll:

Grace Baylis, Princeton
Savannah Burns, Pacific
Emma Cochran, Maine
Shannon Eby, Wake Forest
Alexa Hoover, Penn
Morgan Philie, Dartmouth
Paula Portugal, Miami
Moira Putsch, Penn State
Lexi Quick, Bucknell
Rose Tynan, Duke
Rachel Yeager, James Madison

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DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Chardonay Hope, Kutztown

Hope made a season-high 14 saves and shutout No. 1 Shippensburg Saturday in Kutztown’s 3-0 upset victory. Hope went 2-0 last week with a .950 save percentage. She also posted the win against Mansfield on Tuesday. KU went 2-0 last week in a crucial week of playoff positioning.

Offensive Player of the Week: Kacie Smith, Stonehill

Smith scored six of Stonehill’s eight goals in a big 2-0 week, breaking the NE10’s single-season scoring record along the way. She netted a pair of hat tricks in wins over Merrimack and No. 8 Pace – the top defensive team in the country. Smith’s three goals in Wednesday’s 4-2 win against Merrimack broke the NE10’s single-season scoring record. She added her ninth hat trick of the season in Saturday’s 4-3 triumph over Pace, netted the gamewinner with 1:50 remaining in regulation.

Rookie of the Week: Elaine Bachelder, Stonehill

Bachelder was the backbone of the defensive effort in a key 2-0 week for the first place and No. 6-ranked Skyhawks. The defense limited Merrimack and No. 8 Pace to 14 shots and 6.5 penalty corners per game, as the team posted a 2.50 goals against average for the week. Bachelder stopped several odd-man counterattacks over the two wins, dropping back as Stone- hill’s last defender.

Honor roll:

Hannah Friend, St. Anselm
Julie Gysels, LIU Post
Aliza Mizak, Millersville
Kate Remley, Limestone
Kelli Shapiro, East Stroudsburg

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DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Tressie Windsor, Salisbury

Windsor notched shutouts over York and Mary Washington last week while averaging 9.5 saves per contest. She made nine saves a 3-0 win against York on Wednesday, and followed that with a 10-save performance against Mary Washington in a 5-0 victory.

Offensive Player of the Week: Kelcie Finn, Trinity

Finn tallied 16 points on seven goals and two assists in two games in a 2-0 week for the Bantams. She had two goals and two assists in a 6-1 win over Wesleyan and scored all five Trinity goals in a 5-1 victory at Wellesley to tie the program’s all-time record for goals in a game.

Rookie of the Week: Megan Houser, Kean

Houser anchored the Kean defense as the Cougars split a pair of contests against two top-10 teams. She faced 12 shots and made six saves in the Cougars’ 3-2 overtime loss to No. 9 Montclair State. She then recorded five more saves, including a stop on a penalty stroke, as Kean defeated No. 4 TCNJ for the first time in program history.

Honor roll:

Emily Augsburger, Eastern Mennonite
Karlie Baran, Washington & Jefferson
Allison Burke, UMass-Dartmouth
Coby Eldridge, Misericordia
Charlotte Godfrey, Denison
Courtnie Greene, Christopher Newport
Megan Hut, Earlham
Maggie Kennedy, Springfield
Sadie Royer, Husson
Cameo Tietje, Smith
Haley Tucker, Washington & Lee
Emily Wisneski, Ramapo

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Taylor Stone, Louisville

Stone helped the Cardinals extend their win streak to seven games and maintain a tie for first in the ACC standings with her defensive efforts and by scoring the game-winning goal in the 3-2 win at No. 5 North Carolina on Saturday. The junior defender and midfielder from Herndon, Virginia, dribbled the ball into the circle and delivered her career-high sixth goal of the season to break a 2-2 tie midway through the second half. She was also part of a Louisville defense which held the Tar Heels to six shots on goal and withstood five penalty corners to ensure the win. 

Offensive Player of the Week: Puck Petenga, Northwestern

Petenga led Northwestern to two wins over ranked opponents over the weekend, earning Northwestern’s 10th win in 11 matches as she tallied her first career hat trick versus No. 22 Iowa, helping NU to a 5-4 overtime win against the Hawkeyes before assisting on the first goal of the match in the Wildcats’ 2-1 double-overtime victory against No. 24 Massachusetts on Sunday.

Rookie of the Week: Bodil Keus, Maryland

Keus led Maryland on both ends of the field to two top-25 wins this weekend, scoring Maryland’s third goal off a penalty corner in the Terrapins’ 3-1 win against No. 25 Ohio State and helped keep the Buckeyes scoreless for nearly 60 minutes. In the game against Penn State, she helped hold the No. 6 Nittany Lions to one goal and registered a key save under five minutes to play in regulation in Maryland’s 2-1 double-overtime victory.

Honor roll:

Alyssa Chillano, Duke
Meg Douthwaite, Michigan
Caitlin Gilligan, Fairfield
Felicitas Heinzel, Richmond
Quinn Maguire, Saint Joseph’s
Alesandra Miller, Boston College
Mary O’Reilly, Providence
Liz Tamburro, Ohio State
Mimi Tarrant, Harvard
Marlise van Tonder, Pacific

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Cheradyn Pettit, Mercy

Pettit backstopped the Mavericks to two shutouts last week, highlighted by an overtime triumph in league action against Bellarmine University. The junior opened the week with seven saves in a 4-0 win over St. Thomas Aquinas College on Tuesday. She then followed up with a season-high 10 stops on Saturday against Bellarmine, as Mercy managed to squeeze out a 1-0 win in overtime.

Offensive Player of the Week: Kaitlin Hatch, West Chester

Hatch played a pivotal role as West Chester won both matches this week, defeating both Kutztown and Limestone College. The junior registered a pair of goals to go along with three assists this week. Her first assist helped Caitlin Kelly score the first goal in a 2-0 shutout against Kutztown. In a 5-1 victory over No. 7 Limestone, the junior tallied two goals and assisted on two others. 

Rookie of the Week: Sammy Bell, LIU Post

Bell started the week off with a hat trick against Southern Connecticut before adding a goal and an assist in the upset of Merrimack.

Honor roll:

Greta Banholzer, Lindenwood
Alisa Mizak, Millersville
Kacie Smith, Stonehill
Mia Vecchione, St. Anselm
Kaycee Zelkovsky, LIU Post

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Shayna Landis, Messiah

Shayna Landis led the Falcons to a 2-0 week, including a pair of shutouts, by way of a dominating defensive performance. Messiah opened the week with a 4-0 road win at NCAA Division II No. 1 and defending National Champion Shippensburg Raiders. In the win, Landis helped hold the Raiders’ leading scorers, Emily Barnard and Mary Spisak—who entered the contest with a combined 20 goals and five assists—to just three combined shots. Landis’ individual effort on both of them throughout the game was a difference-maker. The junior followed that by shutting down Arcadia in a 3-0 win. The Knights did not register a shot in the game.

Offensive Player of the Week: Taylor Lough, Bates

Lough scored the lone goal in Bates’ 1-0 win over Amherst, the day after assisting on the only goal in a 1-0 victory over Tufts. Lough also scored Bates’ first goal in a 2-1 overtime victory over Babson earlier in the week. The two NESCAC wins moved the Bobcats from ninth into a tie for fifth in the standings

Rookie of the Week: Jackie Lerro, Lynchburg

Lerro, a freshman from Royersford, Pa., picks up her second weekly award of the season after registering 11 points in three Lynchburg victories last week. Lerro began scoring explosion with the opening goal and an assist in a 4-0 non-conference victory at Stevenson. She then scored all three goals in the Hornets’ 3-1 triumph over Virginia Wesleyan. Lerro again provided the winning scoring in LC’s second ODAC win of the week, this time notching the second goal of the game in a 3-1 win at Shenandoah. 

Honor roll:

Victoria Alvarez, Stevens
Kersey Boulay, Univ. of New England
Georgia Cassidy, Colby
Michaela Clark, New England College
Courtney Dunham, Rochester
Marissa Folts, Skidmore
Kelsey Gabriele, King’s
Jess Gilbaldi, Cortland
Julie Johnson, Rowan
Dana Meehling, York
Tori Tiefenthaler, TCNJ

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Katie Trombetta, Michigan

Trombetta headlined a defensive effort that allowed no goals, two corners and just four total shots over 140:00 of play in wins against Rutgers and Stanford. U-M held Rutgers without a single shot, while Stanford didn’t get a shot off until the final 10 minutes of the game. Trombetta also posted three assists, including two off penalty corners in the Stanford contest.

Offensive Player of the Week: Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut

Veitner knocked in three goals and tallied four assists as UConn set a program-high in goals scored, defeating Villanova 12-0 on Friday. The forward’s first tally broke the record for career goals at UConn. Against No. 14 Princeton, Veitner continued to be an offensive juggernaut for the Huskies as she tallied her fourth hat-trick, second of the weekend, of the season to seal the Huskies seventh top-20 victory of the season, 5-3.

Rookie of the Week: Lucy Cooper, Massachusetts

Cooper had a four-point weekend with a goal and two assists on both of UMass’ game-winning tallies. A forward from Karori, New Zealand, she scored and dished out an assist in a home win over VCU. Cooper then followed that up with a helper on Sarah Hawkshaw’s game-winning goal in a 1-0 win at Providence.

Honor roll:

Taylor Cimbalist, Appalachian State
Skyler Fretz, Penn State
Ashley Hoffman, North Carolina
Lein Holsboer, Maryland
Mackenzie Karcher, La Salle
Greta Nauck, Delaware
Borg van der Velde, Syracuse

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Louisa Wegener, Pace

Wegener led Pace’s defensive efforts during a 2-0 stretch last week. The junior piloted a backline that allowed just a single goal in victories over No. 4 LIU Post and Bentley.

Offensive Player of the Week: Rylie Hammond, Merrimack

Hammond led Merrimack with seven goals and 15 points in a 2-0 week. She recorded a hat trick in the Warriors’ upset of #3 Saint Anselm, before notching a four-goal, nine-point effort against So. Connecticut.

Rookie of the Week: Meredith Fagan, Millersville

Fagan led the Marauders to three shutouts on the week, allowing a total of 14 shots combined and only six on cage. Fagan’s defense only surrendered six corners in the three games as Millersville has not allowed a goal in almost 300 minutes.

Honor roll:

Michaela Antonellis, Stonehill
Tabia Cochran, Limestone
Emily Miller, LIU Post
Ally Mooney, Shippensburg
Raegan Moulton, Franklin Pierce

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Sidney Padilla, TCNJ

Padilla was a key part of the Lions defense that posted back-to-back shutouts in conference play. In a 5-0 win over Rowan, she made two defensive saves and scored a goal off of a penalty corner. She then helped the fifth-ranked Lions hold third-ranked Montclair State to just four shots (two on goal) in a 3-0 win over the Red Hawks. The Lions have yet to yield a goal in conference play as they are outscoring NJAC opponents 11-0 through three games.

Offensive Player of the Week: Annie Leonard, Middlebury

The senior forward scored three goals in a 3-0 week for the Panthers, including a pair of league road victories. She recorded a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win at fourth-ranked Tufts on Saturday, before scoring twice a day later, including the game-winning tally during a 3-0 victory at Wesleyan.

Rookie of the Week: Liz Sargent, Univ. of New England

Sargent earned three victories in the cage for the University of New England this week including a pair of shutouts. She posted a 0.65 goals-against average and an .857 save percentage. Her biggest win of the week came in a 1-0 overtime triumph over No. 11 Bowdoin, which was the program’s highest win against a nationally-ranked opponent ever. She made seven saves in that contest. Her other shutout came in a conference match earlier in the week against Roger Williams.

Honor roll:

Kristen Audette, Denison
Mackenzie Busby, Rhodes
Sydney Cole, Franklin & Marshall
Kelly Cousoulis, Catholic
Caroline Curtain, Trinity
Courtney Fiest, Christopher Newport
Emilie Flamme, Amherst
Emily Gilligan, Stockton
Ashley Maynard, St. John Fisher
Stacey Staley, Roanoke
Khiara Valentine, Eastern Connecticut

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Sammi Steele, Duke

Steele matched her career-best performance with nine saves in Friday’s shootout victory over No. 9 Boston College. The redshirt sophomore from Eagleville, Pennsylvania, anchored a veteran back line that held strong against 12 Boston College shots and five penalty corners combined in the two overtime periods before turning away the Eagles on three of their five shootout attempts. For the contest, Steele allowed just two goals on 22 shots in over 100 minutes of play. On Sunday, Steele limited No. 22 Boston University to a lone goal on a penalty corner in the 27th minute and recorded three saves.

Offensive Player of the Week: Rose Tynan, Duke

Tynan racked up seven points to guide Duke to wins over a pair of ranked teams this weekend. The junior forward from Auckland, New Zealand, opened the scoring just four minutes into Friday night’s win at No. 9 Boston College, and added a goal in the second round of the overtime shootout which the Blue Devils would go on to win, 3-2. On Sunday at No. 22 Boston University, Tynan scored the game’s first goal, assisted on the fourth, and added one more of her own in the 65th minute, matching her career-best performance with five points in the 5-1 win.

Rookie of the Week: Halle O’Neill, Michigan

O’Neill tallied her first collegiate goal on a corner tip in the first half against No. 15 Maryland and added her first collegiate assist two days later against Ball State. As a defender, she also helped U-M hold its weekend opposition to just two goals and 11 total shots through 169:59 of play.

Honor roll:

Eva Berkhout, UMass-Lowell
Katie Birch, Iowa
Maartje Bongers, Ohio State
Cori Conley, Penn State
Ali Cronin, Georgetown
Katie Dempsey, Columbia
Agueda Moroni, Liberty
Maddie Passarella, Miami
Taylor Stone, Louisville
Casey Umstead, Connecticut
Anzel Viljoen, Virginia

 
DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Ally Mooney, Shippensburg

Mooney made 15 saves against a pair of conference teams who are also both ranked in the top-10 nationally. She allowed only three goals as the Raiders defeated #1 East Stroudsburg and #8 Bloomsburg; in the game against the Huskies she made two saves on strokes to preserve the victory.

Offensive Player of the Week: Alison Sheahan, Assumption

In a 2-0 week, Sheahan led the Hounds with two multi-point games recording eight points overall. On Tuesday, Assumption upset #3 LIU Post 3-2 in overtime. She registered the assist on the first goal to help force overtime, and then scored the game winning goal in overtime. On Saturday, the Hounds defeated SNHU 3-2 in regulation and she had a hand in every scoring play, scoring two goals in adding an assist

Rookie of the Week: Kayla Ulrich, Slippery Rock

Ulrich scored twice to lead the Rock to an upset of Kutztown to stay undefeated in the PSAC as SRU went 2-0 on the week.

Honor roll:

Erin Collins, St. Anselm
Alexis Gazzio, Millersville
Rylie Hammond, Merrimack
Christa Knell, Bentley
Meghan McCarren, St. Thomas Aquinas
Paige Predmore, Pace
Kate Remley, Limestone
Kacie Smith, Stonehill

 
DIVISION III


 

Defensive Player of the Week: Ellexa Thomas, Tufts

Thomas helped the Jumbos to a 3-0 week, all in-conference, including two against top-10 teams Amherst and Hamilton. Tufts surrendered only nine shots in the three games, with only five on cage; the Jumbos only allowed two goals.

Offensive Player of the Week: Sophia Cogliano, Endicott

Cogliano scored all three game-winning goals for the Gulls in their 3-0 week. She netted both
of Endicott’s goals in a 2-0 victory over No. 2 nationally ranked Babson on September 26. She then tallied two goals during the Gulls’ 5-1 win on September 28 against Roger Williams, opening the scoring 36 seconds into the game. Cogliano rounded out the week by scoring the game-winner in double overtime versus Western New England on September 30.

Rookie of the Week: Taylor Farrin, Endicott

Farrin backstopped the Gulls to three wins last week, including a shutout of #2 Babson in which she made six saves in the 70 minutes. On the week, she made 21 saves while allowing only two goals, including eight in the overtime sessions against Western New England.

Honor roll:

Meredith Campbell, Scranton
Colby Eldrige, Misericordia
Kelcie Finn, Trinity
Carissa Gehman, Messiah
Alie Jones, Colby-Sawyer
Emily King, William Smith
Maresa Malcolm, Regis
Autumn Mallory, York
Ashley Maynard, St. John Fisher
Stephanie McKinney, Christopher Newport
Kate McPherson, Plymouth State
Alexis Roberts, Ohio Wesleyan
Haley Tucker, Washington & Lee

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Sam Swensen, Michigan

Senior goalkeeper Sam Swenson earned a pair of road shutouts against Big Ten rivals last weekend, totaling 15 saves while allowing no goals through 154:40 of play. She tallied eight saves en route to a 1-0 overtime win at Ohio State on Friday before posting seven in a 3-0 decision at No. 3 Penn State on Sunday.

Offensive Player of the Week: Kirsten Mansfield, Northwestern

Mansfield scored three goals, including two game-winners, in the Wildcats’ three contests. Both of NU’s wins came over ranked opponents as it defeated No. 15 Louisville, 2-0, before topping 10th-ranked Maryland, 3-2, on Sunday. Mansfield tallied both of the Wildcats’ goals in Tuesday’s home win over the Cardinals while helping Northwestern earn its third shutout of the season. She contributed one assist in the team’s narrow 4-3 loss at third-ranked Penn State on Friday before notching the game-winner in the second half of Sunday’s win at Maryland.

Rookie of the Week: Sydney Terroso, Yale

Terroso’s weekend began with a 17-save effort Saturday against No. 16 Harvard in a 2-1 overtime loss at Johnson Field. Terroso followed up that effort with a seven-save shutout Sunday against Liberty as the Bulldogs won 1-0 in overtime. For the weekend, she posted a 1.17 goals-against average and a .923 save percentage, spending 154:01 in the cage

Honor roll:

Natalie Bohmke, VCU
Pien Dicke, Virginia
Gianna Glatz, Rutgers
Amanda Hendry, North Carolina
Alexa Hoover, Penn
Ryan McCarthy, Princeton
Ayeisha McFerran, Louisville
Melissa Nealon, Albany
Casey Umstead, Connecticut
Kriekie van Wyk, Pacific
Corinne Zanolli, Stanford

 
DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Chardonnay Hope, Kutztown

Hope backstopped the Bears to a pair of wins this week, allowing only one goal in 140 minutes of action while making 12 saves. In the upset of West Chester, she stopped four shots and allowed just one goal, while a couple days later she pitched a shutout in an 8-save game against Seton Hill.

Offensive Player of the Week: Kyra Wozniak, Kutztown

Wozniak had her hand in three of the five goals scored in the fifth-ranked Kutztown University field hockey team’s two victories last week. She had both game-winners as the sophomore’s tally against West Chester proved to be the game-winner in a 2-1 win over the third-ranked Golden Rams. Wozniak followed that up with a two-goal game against Seton Hill University over the weekend. She recorded the first two goals in a 3-0 win over the Griffins to cap a 2-0 week for KU.

Rookie of the Week: Brittany Morgan, Slippery Rock

Morgan scored a game-tying goal to help the Rock defeat West Chester before scoring a pair of goals in a 3-0 win over Seton Hill. At the other end of the field, Morgan was a key part of the back line that helped limit opponents to 19 shots on goal in the two games.

Honor roll:

Erin Collins, St. Anselm
Bailey Martin, LIU Post
Melanie Shambaugh, East Stroudsburg
Kacie Smith, Stonehill
Meaghan Williams, Franklin Pierce
Mia Vecchione, St. Anselm

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Jacqueline Murphy, Connecticut College

Murphy helped the Camels post two shutout victories against Roger Williams (4-0) and Hamilton (1-0). She anchored a back line that yielded only one shot against Roger Williams and recorded two defensive saves in the win over the Continentals. Connecticut College scored 47 seconds into the game before Hamilton out shot the Camels by a 17-1 margin the rest of the way. Murphy notched both of her defensive saves at 51:45 and 55:20 of the second half to help preserve the win.

Offensive Player of the Week: Kaitlyn Struss, Montclair State

Struss drained four goals on the week, two in each of the Red Hawks’ two games as they defeated Vassar 3-2 in overtime and Gwynedd Mercy 2-1 in overtime. She sparked the team’s comeback from two goals down against Vassar with a score early in the second half, before tallying the game winner in extra time. Struss scored six minutes into the Gwynedd Mercy game and then again in OT for the 2-1 win.

Rookie of the Week: Grace Moore, MIT

In a 2-0 week for MIT, Grace Moore generated 15 saves after facing 31 shots and 15 penalty corners. She registered 10 saves while facing 21 shots and five penalty corners in a 1-0 win over No. 5 Tufts on Wednesday. Moore followed this up with five saves, including four in the second half, while contending with 10 shots and four penalty corners in MIT’s 4-2 come-from-behind win over Mount Holyoke on Saturday.

Honor roll:

Anna Branch, Cortland
Teresa Carr, Kean
Lindsey Elgin, Salisbury
Shelby Landes, Messiah
Denise Landry, Lasell
Haley Mowery, Gettysburg
Justine O’Reilly, New Paltz
Michaila Parent, Worcester State
Britney Stein, Stockton
Riley Whitmyer, Colby

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Ashley Hoffman, North Carolina

Hoffman manned the center back position as North Carolina beat two ranked teams last weekend during its first homestand of the season. Playing at Duke’s Williams Field at Jack Katz Stadium, the Tar Heels beat No. 10 Boston College 2-1 in overtime on Saturday and earned a 3-0 shutout against No. 13 James Madison on Sunday. In addition to her defensive play, the junior from Mohnton, Pa., scored the game-winning goal in overtime for the Tar Heels against the Eagles. It was her team-leading fifth goal of the season.

Offensive Player of the Week: Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut

Veinter notched 15 points, tallying six goals and three assists in two wins for the Huskies. The forward posted six of the squad’s 14 goals last week. Veitner began the week with two goals against BIG EAST foe Old Dominion, before racking up an astonishing 11 points (4g, 3a) against No. 20 Boston University. The senior’s four-goal performance marked her second of the year.

Rookie of the Week: Mimi Tarrant, Harvard

Tarrant led Harvard in a record setting effort in a 7-3 win over Northeastern, pacing the Crimson with five points (two goals, assist) on the night. Tarrant had an assist on Harvard’s second goal of the night, scored Harvard’s fourth goal on a great 20-yard run into the circle, and capped off the night with Harvard’s last goal. Tarrant was also a force on both sides of the field in Harvard’s 3-0 win against UNH, with several scoring chances. She forced the turnover that led to the Crimson’s first goal of the afternoon.

Honor roll:

Maeve Doherty, Columbia
Emily Hazard, Massachusetts
Melina Moore, California
Emmeline Oltmans, Delaware
Paula Portugal, Miami
Tara Vittese, Virginia

 
DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Margaret Maclean, Pace

Maclean piloted a defense that allowed just two goals in wins over Mercy and No. 9 Merrimack. The senior recorded a pair of defensive saves, including a crucial stop in the Setters’ 2-1 overtime win over the nationally-ranked Warriors

Offensive Player of the Week: Emily Miller, LIU Post

Miller helped LIU Post Field Hockey to a perfect 3-0 week with six goals and two assists, good for 14 points. In a 3-1 victory over No. 1 East Stroudsburg, she found the back of the cage once and added two assists to the green and gold’s effort.

Rookie of the Week: Jazmin Petrantonio, Shippensburg

In a 6-1 win over No. 2 Millersville on Wednesday, Petrantonio set an NCAA Division II single-game record with six assists as she assisted on all of the Raider goals. Her performance eclipsed both the SU single-game record of four assists and the NCAA Division II single-game record of five.

Honor roll:

Erin Collins, Saint Anselm
Bridget Hoogendijk, Lindenwood
Brady Keeler, Newberry
Rachal Toppi, West Chester
Meaghan Williams, Franklin Pierce

 
DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Sophia Hamilton, Catholic

Hamilton led Catholic to a perfect 2-0 record last week as the Cardinals are now on a four-game win streak She made a career-high 15 saves in a nationally-ranked upset win against No. 18 Christopher Newport, 2-1. Overall, Hamilton went a perfect 2-0 on the week as she also earned the victory against Misericordia. She posted a .882 save percentage over the two-game span.

Offensive Player of the Week: Tori Roche, Babson

Roche scored two game-winning goals and chipped in with an assist for five points as No. 6 Babson stayed unbeaten with a pair of victories last week. The sophomore forward assisted on a first-half tally and then scored just over six minutes to OT to lift the Beavers to a 3-2 win at second-ranked Tufts on Tuesday. Roche then broke a scoreless deadlock with her goal in the 49th minute as Babson edged MIT, 2-0, in its league opener. 

Rookie of the Week: Janell Harden, Montclair State

Harden played an integral role on a Montclair State defense that allowed just two goals and 21 total shots in a 3-0 week. She helped the No. 8 Red Hawk defense shut down Stevens after an early goal to position MSU for its 5-1 win. She then helped hold No. 9 Skidmore to just three shots in a 2-1 overtime win, and then was key in the team allowing just one shot in a 3-0 win over RPI in the team’s second shutout of the season.

Honor roll:

Erin Coverdale, Franklin & Marshall
Kara Finnerty, Bowdoin
Weezie Foster, Kenyon
Michaela Giuttari, Hamilton
Jessica Kaplowitz, Scranton
Clare Kavanagh, Johns Hopkins
Chelsea Kramer, Dickinson
Shauna LaMaina, Kean
Vonde Saunders, Univ. of New England

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Roos Weers, Syracuse

Weers led ‘Cuse to a 6-0 shutout win over No. 8 Boston College in the team’s ACC opener on Friday, allowing just three shots on net. She followed the performance up with both goals in a 2-0 win over No. 21 Albany on Sunday. In that game, she held the Great Danes offense without a shot on net, the fourth time in seven games this season the Orange defense went a full 70 minutes without allowing a shot on goal.

Offensive Player of the Week: Tara Vittese, Virginia

Vittese continued her offensive tear this weekend, scoring a pair of goals in each of the Cavaliers’ victories to earn her second straight National Player of the Week honor. She netted a pair of goals in the victory over top-ranked Duke, scoring the first goal of the game, and the first goal scored on the Blue Devils this season. Vittese also added a late insurance goal in the Duke game. In the game against Michigan State, Vittese was a key element of the Cavaliers’ nearly non-stop offensive pressure. The senior midfielder fired off 16 shots, scoring a pair of goals, as the Cavaliers outshot the Spartans 50-7. 

Rookie of the Week: Lotte de Koning, Delaware

de Koning collected the team’s lone two goals in the 2-1 win against the Quakers before collecting a goal and assist in the 3-2 victory over the Flames.

Honor roll:

Jule Grashoff, Wake Forest

Sarah Hawkshaw, Massachusetts

Woodard Hooper, William & Mary

Kelly Johnson, Cornell

Bodil Keus, Maryland

Maddie Latino, Indiana

Quinn Maguire, St. Joseph’s

Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut

Roos Weers, Syracuse

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Katharina Ohmen, Merrimack

Ohmen started both games for the ninth-ranked Merrimack field hockey team last week, winning both contests. She post- ed a 1.00 goals-against average and a .900 save percentage. She started the week with a 13-save effort against Bentley, and then registered her first shutout of the season against Franklin Pierce.

Offensive Player of the Week: Kacie Smith, Stonehill

Smith had a hand in seven of the Skyhawks’ nine goals in Friday’s win over AIC, with four goals and three assists in their lone game of the week. She figured in each of Stonehill’s first six goals with four goals and two assists over the first 38-min- utes. She scored a first half hat trick and then added her fourth marker three minutes into the second half.

Rookie of the Week: Marissa Olmos, Belmont Abbey

Olmos takes home Rookie of the Week after totaling five points in her first two collegiate appearances. The freshman notched an assist on the game-winning goal in Belmont Abbey’s 2-1 win over Newberry on Wednesday. The forward then scored both Crusader goals in the 2-0 blanking of Converse on Saturday.

Honor roll:

Suzanne Clark, St. Thomas Aquinas

Mackenzie Fuhrman, Kutztown

Sydney McCarthy, East Stroudsburg

Larissa Motts, Mansfield

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Danielle Rette, Haverford

In a 3-1 victory over Cabrini, Rette posted nine saves and faced 13 corner attempts for a .933 save percentage. In Haverford’s 5-3 win over Eastern, Rette notched 10 saves, faced nine corners and finished with a .857 save percentage for the game. 

Offensive Player of the Week: Elizabeth Turnbull, Amherst

Turnbull recorded four of Amherst’s five goals, including the game-winner in each contest, in wins over Mount Holyoke (3-2) and Bowdoin (2-1). The Mammoths earned their first victory versus the Polar Bears since 2013. Turnbull converted on four-of-five shot attempts to finish the week with a .800 shot percentage, including a clutch penalty stroke score with 10:25 to play against Bowdoin.

Rookie of the Week: Amanda Garofalo, MIT

Garofalo generated one goal and three assists, all in the second half, breaking open a 2-0 game en route to a 9-0 victory over Gordon. She then scored the game-winning goal 4:22 into the first overtime period to defeat nationally-ranked No. 17 University of New England, 3-2.

Honor roll:

Victoria Caiazzo, Stockton

Maggie Fees, Elizabethtown

Janell Harden, Montclair State

Lauren Hopkins, Mary Washington

Jackie Lerro, Lynchburg

Katarina Polyviou, DeSales

Melissa Russo, Gwynedd Mercy

Hannah Wood, William Smith

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Sammi Steele, Duke

In the shutout of the Terrapins, Steele turned away both of Maryland’s looks on cage. She was solid again against the Wildcats, totaling six saves against six shots on goal. Along with Duke’s defensive penalty corner unit, Steele weathered six second-half corner opportunities by Northwestern to protect the one-goal lead.

Offensive Player of the Week: Tara Vittese, Virginia

Vittese accumulated 19 points in two games over the weekend, scoring eight goals with three assists. In Friday’s 9-0 blanking of Columbia, she scored three goals and assisted on three others, having a hand in six of the nine Virginia goals. In Sunday’s victory, the senior midfielder scored all five of the Cavaliers’ goals in a 5-3 win over Monmouth. The Hawks twice pulled to within a goal in that game, only to have Vittese answer with an insurance score.

Rookie of the Week: Daphne Groothuis, Rutgers

In a 1-0 win at Penn, Groothuis scored the lone goal of the game. She followed that up with a two-goal, two-assist performance for six points in a 5-1 win over No. 23 Old Dominion. The midfielder has had the game-winning goal in three of the team’s four games this season.

Honor roll:

Cori Conley, Penn State
Morgan Connor, William & Mary
Sarah Dwyer, Boston College
Taylor Lister, Delaware
Meredith Sholder, North Carolina
Corinne Zanolli, Stanford

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Melanie Rennie, Southern New Hampshire

Rennie backstopped the Penmen to an undefeated week with a pair of shutouts in three outings. She opened the year with a 10-save performance in a 2-0 win over Bentley, before steering aside the two shots she faced against Molloy. She closed out the week with one save on two shots against Saint Thomas Aquinas, and capped her program-record shutout streak at 217:44.

Offensive Player of the Week: Sydney McCarthy, East Stroudsburg

McCarthy had a goal, four assists and a defensive save as ESU posted wins vs. No. 9 Merrimack (2-1) and No. 5 Stonehill (8-0). McCarthy assisted on ESU’s first goal and scored the game-winner with 5:44 left in the win vs. Merrimack, which she helped seal with a defensive save after a penalty corner in the closing seconds. She had assists on three of ESU’s first six goals in the 8-0 win over Stonehill on Sunday, the most goals the Warriors have scored against a team ranked in the NFHCA DII poll since records are available in 2004.

Rookie of the Week: Jazmin Petrantonio, Shippensburg

Petrantonio got her college career off to a quick start, assisting on both goals in Ship’s 2-1 overtime victory over St. Michael’s before adding a goal and an assist in the win over Southern Connecticut State.

Honor roll:

Greta Banholzer, Lindenwood
Cassidy Coates, Limestone
Jenna Deschaine, St. Michael’s
Brooke Zeiders, Bloomsburg

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Anne Marie Provencal, Husson

Provencal had a solid performance in the Eagles’ opening seasons wins against Wellesley and Southern Maine. The senior played all 140 minutes between the pipes, while making 20 saves and allowing just four goals in a 4-2 win versus Wellesley and a 3-2 win against Southern Maine. The keeper posted an .833 save percentage and 2.00 goals against average on the week.

Offensive Player of the Week: Melissa Russo, Gwynedd Mercy

Russo totaled five goals and two assists during the week. On Friday at Misericordia, she notched four goals and a helper in a 5-2 win. The following day, her goal and assist was part of a 3-2 comeback win over King’s

Rookie of the Week: Cecile Kat, Lebanon Valley

Kat had a memorable debut to her collegiate career, totaling nine points (4 goals, 1 assist) to lead the Flying Dutchmen to a 2-0 weekend. The freshman opened the season with a game-winning goal just 25 seconds into overtime in a 3-2 win over Cabrini before following up that performance with a hat trick and an assist in a 6-0 shutout victory over Drew the following evening.

Honor roll:

Katie Alexander, Juniata
Jodie Baris, Johns Hopkins
Jenna Cyr, Scranton
Gemma Dufoe, Ursinus
Colleen Maillie, Rochester
Jacki Merrigan, Babson
Claudia Stone, Hartwick

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Casey Umstead, Connecticut

The back began her final season for the Huskies by anchoring the defense in a pair of shutout victories against a pair of ranked opponents. Umstead led a tough UConn defense that held their opponents to a combined 140 minutes of scoreless play, en route to the squads’ 2-0 win against No. 13 Stanford and a dominating 7-0 victory against No. 14 Northwestern. Limiting action against UConn’s goalkeeper, the defender helped the Huskies outshoot Stanford, 22-4, and Northwestern, 25-7. Offensively, the senior tallied the game-winner against Stanford before notching a goal and an assist against the Wildcats.

Offensive Player of the Week: Gini Bramley, Penn State

Bramley scored the first goal of the 2017 season for Penn State and sparked a comeback that saw the Nittany Lions erase a two goal deficit and top No. 23 Old Dominion in Norfolk, Va. In game two of the opening weekend road trip, Bramley notched two goals against the No. 10 Virginia defense to help Penn State move to 2-0 on the year.

Rookie of the Week: Marisa Martin Pelegrina, Louisville

Martin Pelegrina made an impressive college debut with two goals and two assists in the Cardinals’ season-opening 4-1 win over Indiana. In that game, she played a part in each of Louisville goals, as her two shots in the game resulted in a pair of goals and she delivered assists on the other two goals in the 4-1 win. Against Delaware, the freshman dished out her third assist of the season to give the Cardinals an early 1-0 lead in their eventual win against the reigning national champion, No. 3 Delaware.

Honor roll:

Meg Douthwaite, Michigan
Daphne Groothuis, Rutgers
Ally Hammel, Boston University
Chessa Kownurko, VCU
Julie Laszlo, Monmouth
Lexie Nugent, Miami
Miranda Rigg, James Madison
Alyscia Smith, Lock Haven

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Division I Post Season Honors

Defensive Player of the Year: Julia Young, North Carolina

Young, the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, led a backfield that ranked seventh nationally in scoring defense while facing the nation’s third-toughest schedule. Young helped UNC to six shutouts, which ranked sixth in the nation, and to advance to the ACC and NCAA finals.

Offensive Player of the Year: Greta Nauck, Delaware

Nauck powered the Blue Hens to the NCAA championship while leading the nation in scoring. She averaged over 3 points a game, the only player in Division 1 to do so, helping Delaware close the season with a 19-game win streak.

Rookie of the Year: Bente Van Vlijmen, Harvard

Van Vlijmen helped the Crimson to the Ancient 8 title, picking up Ivy League Rookie of the Year Honors as Harvard engineered a 2.5 game turn-around and a 17-spot jump in the rankings to a top-20 slot.

Coach of the Year: Carli Figlio, Monmouth

Figlio helped the Hawks earn a post-season bid at home as Monmouth posted an 8.5-game improvement and a top-25 computer ranking during the season, capturing the MAAC regular season and tournament titles en route to a 17-3 season a year after an 8-11 season in 2015.

First team All-Americans

Kate Barber, Indiana
Natalie Cafone, Iowa
Cat Caro, Princeton
Alyssa Chillano, Duke
Frederique Haverhals, Boston College
Paula Heuser, Albany
Lucy Hyams, Virginia
Lies Lagerweij, Syracuse
Welma Luus, Maryland
Ayeisha McFerran, Louisville
Anna Middendorf, Connecticut
Greta Nauck, Delaware
Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut
Tara Vittese, Virginia
Roos Weers, Syracuse
Julia Young, North Carolina

Second team All-Americans

Grace Balsdon, Maryland
Caroline Beaudoin, Stanford
Kelsey Bing, Stanford
Emma Bozek, North Carolina
Sarah Hawkshaw, Massachusetts
Alexa Hoover, Penn
Julie Laszlo, Monmouth
Erin McCrudden, Louisville
Aurelia Meijer, Penn State
Heather Morris, Duke
Esmee Peet, Delaware
Katie Trombetta, Michigan
Hester van der Laan, Boston University
Bente Van Vlijmen, Harvard
Kriekie Van Wyk, Pacific
Anna Willocks, St. Joseph’s

Third team All-Americans

Marissa Balleza, Harvard
Serena Barr, Liberty
Olivia Bolles, Connecticut
Ines Delpech, Kent State
Isabel Flens, Northwestern
Ymke Rose Gote, Boston College
Hannah Hall, James Madison
Lein Holsboer, Maryland
Adrienne Houle, Providence
Maddy Humphrey, Ohio State
Lauren Moyer, North Carolina
Moira Putsch, Penn State
Carla Romagosa, Miami
Rafaela Rubas, American
Regan Spencer, Syracuse
Casey Umstead, Connecticut

All-Rookie Team

Maddie Bacskai, Princeton
Kelsey Bing, Stanford
Katie Birch, Iowa
Berta Jover Llorens, Kent State
Daane Koch, Rider
Anouk Lalande, UMass-Lowell
Minout Mink, Louisville
Agui Moroni, Liberty
Margaux Paolino, Duke
Nicole Pluta, Wake Forest
Ash Rutherford, Pacific
Alexa Schneck, Penn
Pepa Serrano, St. Joseph’s
Dominique van Slooten, Virginia
Bente Van Vlijmen, Harvard
Nijsje Venrooy, Syracuse


Division II Post Season Honors

Defensive Player of the Year: Emily Howell, East Stroudsburg

Howell, the PSAC Defensive Player of the Year, helped the Warriors post a .78 GAA over their 20-game season that included the PSAC regular season title and a berth in the NCAA tournament. East Stroudsburg finished the season ranked second in the computer rankings and sixth in strength of schedule.

Offensive Player of the Year: Rachal Toppi, West Chester

The junior started all 20 games for the Golden Rams, leading all of Division II in goals (24), goals per game (1.20), points (53) and points per game (2.65). She also led the Rams in shot percentage (.387) and game-winning goals (4) while helping WCU navigate the fourth-toughest schedule in the nation.

Rookie of the Year: Elissa Frein, Adelphi

Frein, the Northeast-10 Rookie of the Year, ranked seventh nationally in scoring and helped the Panthers to the #4 seed in the conference tournament. Adelphi finished the season in top-10 in the computer rankings, and Frein picked up All-Conference Second Team and All-Rookie Team honors along the way. The freshman led the Panthers in points and goals and had four game-winning goals.

Coach of the Year: Sarah Johnson, Lindenwood

Johnson led the Lady Lions to its first-ever ECAC DII Field Hockey League regular-season and tournament titles. Lindenwood posted a 16-3 record and a 7-1 mark in conference play under her stewardship, making a two-win improvement in league action and a six-win jump overall from 2015.

First team All-Americans

Elizabeth Alie, Saint Anselm
Taylor Fisher, Shippensburg
Emily Howell, East Stroudsburg
Desiraye Mack, East Stroudsburg
Mary McNeil, Merrimack
Emily Miller, LIU Post
Aliza Mizak, Millersville
Ally Mooney, Shippensburg
Sarah Morse, Stonehill
Tara Robben, Lindenwood
Taylor Parker, Millersville
Dayle Paustian, West Chester
Sam Peters, Bloomsburg
Kacie Smith, Stonehill
Margaret Thorwart, Millersville
Rachal Toppi, West Chester

Second team All-Americans

Lindsay Cassel, Bloomsburg
Erin Collins, Saint Anselm
Rachel Colvin, Adelphi
Tori Ellis, Bentley
Morgan Firestine, East Stroudsburg
Rylie Hammond, Merrimack
Shea Healy, Stonehill
Andrea Koslowski, Assumption
Marnie Kusakavitch, West Chester
Steph Mocerino, LIU Post
Suzanne Muller, Shippensburg
Lena Pollich, Adelphi
Halley Rose, Pace
Allison Sheahan, Assumption
Robin Stevenson, East Stroudsburg
Courtney Ueberroth, Kutztown

All-Rookie Team

Mikayla Cheney, Shippensburg
Chelsea Davis, American International
Enara Foncea, American International
Noor Fons, Lindenwood
Elissa Frein, Adelphi
Hannah Friend, Saint Anselm
Maya Gulliksen, West Chester
Marina Jozokos, Limestone
Kristen McCarthy, Assumption
Ali McKay, Bloomsburg
Katharina Ohmen, Merrimack
Sam Pavano, Bentley
Kate Remley, Limestone
Arantxa Rosainz Caloca, LIU Post
Caro Theunisz, Lindenwood
Louisa Wegener, Pace


Division III Post Season Honors

Defensive Player of the Year: Lexi Smith, TCNJ

Smith led the team in defensive saves with nine and led a defensive unit that allowed only 1.10 goals per game despite facing the nation’s sixth-toughest schedule. At the other end of the field, Smith paced the team in points with 50 on 18 goals and 14 assists throughout the season. Smith was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.

Offensive Player of the Year: Kelcie Finn, Trinity

Finn, the NESCAC Field Hockey Player of the Year award, led the nation with 27 goals (3.78 per game) and a school-record 68 points (3.78 per game), while helping the Bantams to the NCAA tournament while facing the nation’s eight-toughest schedule. Finn was fifth nationally and first in the NESCAC with 14 assists (0.78 per game), while starting all 18 games this fall.

Rookie of the Year: Michaela Giuttari, Hamilton

Giuttari, the NESCAC Rookie of the Year, played in all 17 games and led the team with 14 goals, eight assists and 36 points. She helped Hamilton to a top-10 computer ranking during the season and a 2.5-game improvement from last year that saw them finish in the upper half of the NESCAC and the conference semifinals.

Coach of the Year: Megan Eddinger, Muhlenberg

Eddinger led Muhlenberg, predicted to finish fourth in the preseason poll, to a share of the regular-season title. Mentoring the Mules to a 5.5-game improvement from last year, she coached the team to the ECAC title with Rachel Strow picking up Centennial and Region Player of the Year honors along the way.

First team All-Americans

Sayaka Abe, Rochester
Annie Artz, Tufts
Lauren Berestecky, Middlebury
Sara Culhane, Amherst
Lauren Drakeley, Babson
Kelcie Finn, Trinity
Carissa Gehman, Messiah
Hannah Miller, Salisbury
Lexi Smith, TCNJ
Sami Smith, Keene State
Sarah Speroff, Kenyon
Rachel Strow, Muhlenberg
Ashley Tango, Babson
Ellexa Thomas, Tufts
Aliki Torrence, Ursinus
Margaret Wentzel, Alvernia

Second team All-Americans

Lindsay Bower, Messiah
Emily Boyle, Muhlenberg
Kim Davis, FDU
Jaclyn Douglas, TCNJ
Bridget Falcone, Franklin & Marshall
Caroline Fiore, Amherst
Juliana Fiore, Bowdoin
Kimmy Ganong, Bowdoin
Krista Lamoreaux, Skidmore
Bailey Lien, Christopher Newport
Annie Leonard, Middlebury
Camille Maimone, Montclair State
Moriah Pfautz, Messiah
Jacqui Rosati, Rowan
Melissa Russo, Gwynedd Mercy
Mary Travers, Tufts

Third team All-Americans

Paige Berliner, DePauw
Kersey Boulay, Univ. of New England
Marita Brothers, Keene State
Kelly Cousoulis, Catholic
Alexandra Frary, William Smith
Grace Jennings, Middlebury
Shauna LaMaina, Kean
Emily Markarian, St. John Fisher
Nicole Matarozzo, Univ. of New England
Erin O’Connell, FDU
Emily Penn, MIT
Eva Rosencrans, Hamilton
Holly Smith, Univ. of New England
Amber Steigerwalt, Ursinus
Gabby Stein, Cortland
Hannah Wood, William Smith

All-Rookie Team

Ali Bishop, Bridgewater
Bridget Boyle, Rowan
Bridget Cavanaugh, Univ. of New England
Taylor Conley, Springfield
Michaela Giuttari, Hamilton
Erica Groves, Alvernia
Maya Haigis, Rochester
Taylor Hayes, Shenandoah
Lauren Hopkins, Mary Washington
Jillian Hughes, Salisbury
Alie Jones, Colby-Sawyer
Cristina Lopez, Vassar
Kate Milner, DePauw
Hunter Pitman, Susquehanna
Libby Pomerleau, St. Joseph’s (Maine)
Erin Saybolt, Ursinus
Lindsey Scott, St. John Fisher

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Emmeline Oltmans, Delaware

Oltmans backstopped the Blue Hens into the final four, notching 17 saves over the weekend while allowing only two goals. In the second round against Louisville, the junior had six saves, including five in the second half, to earn a clean sheet and advance to the quarterfinals. She set a Delaware NCAA tournament record in the quarterfinal match against Duke on the road, making 11 saves.  

Offensive Player of the Week: Cat Caro, Princeton

Caro was a part of four of Princeton’s five goals as the Tigers advanced to the final four with a pair of upsets. In the second round game against Penn State, she had a goal and an assist as Princeton upset the Nittany Lions in Happy Valley. She then scored the opening goal and assisted on the game-winner in the quarterfinal win over Virginia.    

Rookie of the Week: Erin Shanahan, Virginia

Shanahan scored a pair of goals for the Cavaliers, half the weekend total for UVa.  

Honor roll:

Isabelle Delario, Massachusetts

Ashley Hoffman, North Carolina

Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut

 

DIVISION II


National awards released next week

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Lauren Drakeley, Babson

Drakely led a stifling defense as the Beavers allowed only 10 shots combined, including only 3 on goal, in both regional contests. In the second round game against St. John Fisher, Babson defense surrendered only four shots. In the quarterfinal matchup against Franklin & Marshall, Drakeley assisted on the game-winning goal while helping hold the Diplomats to two shots on frame.

Offensive Player of the Week: Carissa Gehman, Messiah

Gehman was a part of over half of the Falcons’ goals as Messiah advanced to the finals weekend. In the second round game against Keene State, Gehman notched a pair of goals and an assist to help the Falcons move on to the quarterfinals. In that round against Middlebury, Gehman was a part of two of Messiah’s four goals (1g, 1a) to advance to the national semifinals.  

Rookie of the Week: Arielle Johnston, Salisbury

Playing in her first NCAA tournament, Johnston was a part of a defense that allowed only 11 shots combined in two games, with only five on goal. In the second round game against Kenyon, she assisted on Salisbury’s second goal as the Sea Gulls advanced to the quarterfinals. In the regional final against #6 Ursinus, Johnston helped the defense hold the Bears to two shots and again pitched a shutout, the second of the tournament for Salisbury. In addition, the rookie scored the game-winning goal to send the Sea Gulls to the national semifinals.

Honor Roll:

Emily Boyle, Muhlenberg

Sydney Cole, Franklin & Marshall

Erin Smith, Kean

Mary Travers, Tufts

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Skyler Fretz, Penn State

Fretz led a defense that allowed only two goals in three games as the Nittany Lions won the B1G Championship, defeating Indiana, Michigan, and Maryland in consecutive games. The Penn State defense allowed only 21 shots, with only 11 on goal.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Lucy Hyams, Virginia

Hyams led the Cavaliers in scoring over the weekend, picking up a point in every game as she had two goals and four assists as Virginia won the ACC tournament, upsetting Boston College and North Carolina along with a win at Wake Forest. She started the weekend with a 1+2 game against Boston College, scoring the tying goal and assisting on the eventual game-winner. In the Wake Forest game she assisted on the game winner before notching a goal and an assist in the title game over UNC.

 

Rookie of the Week: Kelsey Bing, Stanford

Bing closed out the week with a pair of shutouts as Stanford won the America East title; the rookie had 12 saves in the three games and allowed only two goals.

 

Honor roll:

Jule Grashoff, Wake Forest

Casey Hanna, Monmouth

Sarah Hawkshaw, Massachusetts

Ashley Hoffman, North Carolina

Maura Jacobs, American

Aurelia Meijer, Penn State

Greta Nauck, Delaware

Kriekie van Wyk, Pacific

 

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Taylor Parker, Millersville

Parker led a Millersville defensive unit that allowed only one goal in three games, surrendering only 15 shots, including only five on goal, to three top-10 teams on the week. The Marauders shut out #8 Bloomsburg 2-0 and #1 East Stroudsburg, putting together 140 minutes of clean sheet hockey before surrendering their only goal of the week to #2 Shippensburg early in the title match. Millersville scored the final two goals of the game, including a stroke that was drawn by Parker.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Emily Miller, LIU Post

Miller was a part of four of the five goals scored by the Pioneers as they won the NE-10 title and secured the top seed in the East Region in the NCAA tournament. She had two goals and added an assist in the 3-0 semifinal win over Stonehill before notching the game-winner in the 2-1 overtime victory at St. Anselm.

 

Rookie of the Week: Kate Remley, Limestone

Remley had two assists for the Saints as they upset Bellarmine, the #2 seed in the ECAC tournament. In the title game against Lindenwood, she led all players with five shots.

 

Honor Roll:

Arianna Ovadia, Molloy

Tara Robben, Lindenwood

Margaret Thorwart, Millersville

Rachael Toppi, West Chester

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Jessica Brown, Shenandoah

Brown backstopped the Hornets to three victories over the weekend, making 12 saves while allowing only two goals as Shenandoah claimed their first-ever ODAC title, coming up from the #4 seed. In the semifinal game against top-seeded Lynchburg on the road, she made four stops in the overtime victory before coming back the next day to make seven saves in a clean sheet against Washington & Lee.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Giovanna Fasanello, Geneseo

Fasanello was a part of all four of the Knights’ goals on the weekend, assisting on the only goal in the 1-0 upset of New Paltz before scoring all three in the 3-2 overtime victory over Oneonta, sending the Knights to the NCAA tournament.

 

Rookie of the Week: Hannah Sklar, Kenyon

Sklar scored both goals in the overtime win over Denison in the semifinal before starting the sequence that led to the overtime goal against DePauw in the final.

 

Honor Roll:

Yvonne Abate, Regis

Annie Artz, Tufts

Emily DiGaetano, Susquehanna

Jaclyn Douglas, TCNJ

Ashley Maynard, St. John Fisher

Hailey Mules, Rhodes

Jackie Neary, Cabrini

Kayla Rose, Skidmore

Paige Tedik, King’s

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Megan Guilbert, Providence

Guilbert registered her first career shutout victory in BIG EAST Conference action this season and third career shutout in a 1-0 overtime victory against Old Dominion to close the regular season. She tied her career high in saves with eight, including two stops during the overtime session. The win clinched a spot in the four-team BIG EAST Conference Tournament.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Krysten Mayers, Cornell

Mayers posted her second career hat trick, scoring all three goals, including the double-overtime game-winner, in the upset of Princeton.

 

Rookie of the Week: Agueda Moroni, Liberty

The freshman registered seven points with three goals and an assist for the Lady Flames this past weekend. Moroni scored Liberty’s first three goals in a 7-0 win over BIG EAST foe Temple on Friday, helping Liberty to earn the No.2 seed in the BIG EAST Championship. The midfielder also had an assist on Sunday in a loss to Wake Forest.

 

Honor roll:

Grace Balsdon, Maryland

Casey Crowley, Maine

Kara Enoch, Boston University

Greta Nauck, Delaware

Sam Swenson, Michigan

Fran Tew, Stanford

Casey Umstead, Connecticut

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Elizabeth Egan, Merrimack

Egan posted two defensive saves in a huge 2-0 week for the Warriors. She led a defensive unit that only allowed two goals to two of the nation’s top-ranked programs in Satin Anselm and Stonehill. Both of her stops came in Merrimack’s 4-1 win over Stonehill.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Taylor Simpson, Merrimack

Simpson scored three goals and added an assist for seven points across two 4-1 NE-10 victories over two top-five teams in Stonehill and Saint Anselm. She scored the game-winning goals in both wins and helped the Warriors earn a berth in the NE-10 championship.

Rookie of the Week: Maya Gulliksen, West Chester

Gulliksen tallied a goal and assist for three points in a 3-2 upset over Millersville on Wednesday. The freshman found the back of the net in the 30th minute to obtain a 1-0 lead. Later on, she would setup teammate Marnie Kusakavitch to even the match at two apiece in the 57th minute. On Saturday, the back produced an assist to help the Golden Rams to a 4-0 victory over host Seton Hill.

 

Honor Roll:

Carolyn Avery, St. Michael’s

Emily Miller, LIU Post

Ally Mooney, Shippensburg

Lena Pollich, Adelphi

Skylar Starbeck, Lindenwood

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Aliki Torrence, Ursinus

Torrence was a big part of two shutout victories for the Bears, anchoring a defense that allowed only eight shots total in victories over Catholic (4-0) and Muhlenberg (2-0). The senior added an assist on the goal that gave Ursinus a 2-0 lead over the Mules, which ultimately clinched hosting rights for the CC semifinals and championship.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Lucy Pearsall, Denison

In a 2-0 week for the Big Red, Pearsall notched a pair of game-winners to catapult Denison to the #2 seed in the NCAC. Against Wooster, Pearsall scored her second goal of the match in the opening minute of overtime, leading Denison to the 3-2 win.  Against Kenyon, Pearsall scored off a penalty corner with 15 seconds remaining in regulation.

 

Rookie of the Week: Michaela Giuttari, Hamilton

Giuttari scored the game-winning goal in Hamilton’s 1-0 win over Amherst to propel the Continentals to their first appearance in the NESCAC Semifinals. Giuttari scored the game’s lone tally 14:30 into the first half. She added two goals and an assist in a 6-1 victory against Union.

 

Honor Roll:

Rebecca Brosious, Alvernia

Melissa Butler, Bridgewater State

Kayla Copeman, Lynchburg

Issy Del Priore, Tufts

Lee-Anne Greenleaf, Maine-Farmington

Cristina Lopez, Vassar

Hannah Mack, Elizabethtown

Morgan Payne, Shenandoah

Danielle Rette, Haverford

Gabby Stein, Cortland

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Stephanie Dressler, Bucknell

Dressler scored the game-winning goal and helped the defense limit Lafayette to just two shots in a 3-0 win Saturday to keep the team’s postseason hopes alive. She was also part of a strong defensive effort in a 1-0 double overtime victory against Lock Haven on Sunday for the Bison’s second shutout of the weekend.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Nicole Woods, Louisville

Woods helped lead the Cardinals to a pair of ranked wins over the weekend with two goals and a pair of assists. The junior dished out an assist to give the Cardinals a 2-1 lead against No. 9 Virginia, and helped direct an attack which would eventually lead to a 3-2 overtime win. On Sunday, she registered a pair of goals and an assist as Louisville defeated No. 17 James Madison, 4-2.

 

Rookie of the Week: Sammi Steele, Duke

Steele anchored a strong defensive performance in Saturday’s 3-0 shutout of North Carolina. The freshman notched eight saves in the win, including six in the second half, to keep the Tar Heels off the board on 11 shots and four penalty corner attempts. Steele came out of the cage to cut off a dangerous opportunity late in the first period, setting up the Blue Devils’ second tally. She also made several diving stops in the second half to prevent a North Carolina rally. Steele earned her fourth shutout of the season and first against an ACC opponent, with this one coming against a Tar Heel squad that entered the contest averaging 3.5 goals per game.

 

Honor roll:

Marissa Balleza, Harvard

Grace Balsdon, Maryland

Frederique Haverhals, Boston College

Julie Laszlo, Monmouth

Cammie Lloyd, William & Mary

Maxi Primus, Albany

Anna Willocks, Saint Joseph’s

 

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Sara Wilder, Bellarmine

Wilder organized a Bellarmine back line that conceded just two goals across three games in three days last weekend. On Friday, the defender helped hold Newberry to just one shot on goal in the Knights’ 1-0 win over the Wolves. Wilder then led a suffocating defensive performance against Belmont Abbey, as Bellarmine did not allow the Crusaders a single shot on goal. She also chipped in offensively, scoring from a penalty corner in the 7-0 triumph. The junior closed her week by anchoring the Knights defensive unit in their 3-2 win over Limestone, holding the Saints to seven shots on goal as Bellarmine earned its first win over Limestone in 12 tries.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Nicole Johnston, Lindenwood

Johnston contributed significantly in all three victories in which she scored a goal in each game. In the 4-1 win over Mercy on Monday, Johnston tallied the first goal of the game then assisted on the third goal. She followed up with a critical goal in a defensive battle versus rival Limestone on Saturday when she completed a corner play. Also, she made a massive stop on defense towards the end of the first half when she blocked a shot away for the defensive save.

Rookie of the Week: Katharina Ohmen, Merrimack

Ohmen posted a 2-0 week in the cage for the Warriors, with a 1.00 GAA and a .909 SV%, including an upset win at Adelphi on Saturday. She registered the first shutout of her career with a career-high 12 save effort in a 1-0 win at Assumption Wednesday.

 

Honor Roll:

Danielle Ard, East Stroudsburg

Erin Collins, Saint Anselm

Emily Miller, LIU Post

Sarah Morse, Stonehill

Samantha Rumler, Millersville

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Camille Maimone, Montclair State

Maimone helped the Red Hawk defense limit Kean to just six shots on goal as MSU topped the previously undefeated Cougars 3-1. She also helped the Red Hawks hold York to eight shots on goal in a 3-2 overtime win. Maimone contributed offensively by scoring the first goal of the game in the 10th minute.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Bailey Tregoning, MIT

In a 2-0 week for MIT, Bailey Tregoning tallied four goals including a pair of game-winners. She began the week with a natural hat trick in a come-from-behind 5-2 win over Wellesley last Tuesday. Tied at 2-2, Tregoning gave the Engineers the lead in the 58th minute and went on to find the back of the net in the 60th and 63rd minutes to secure the victory. On Saturday, she opened the scoring in the 24th minute as MIT went on to record a 2-0 win at Mount Holyoke.

 

Rookie of the Week: Emily Matisons, Bridgewater

Matisons twice hit for game-winners, including the deciding goal in a 3-2 win at cross-town rival Eastern Mennonite. Matisons then had a hand in all four Eagles’ goals against Virginia Wesleyan, opening the game’s scoring with the first of three tallies while adding an assist.

 

Honor Roll:

Paige Berliner, DePauw

Sara Culhane, Amherst

Brittany Hodson, Arcadia

Lauren Hopkins, Mary Washington

Erin Morrisey, Fitchburg State

Moriah Pfautz, Messiah

Kailynne Reinoehl, Cortland

Samantha Rubin, FDU

Tressie Windsor, Salisbury

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Carrera Lucas, Virginia

In the 3-2 win over William & Mary, Lucas tallied five saves, including a key stop on a penalty corner after time had expired to preserve the victory. Lucas picked up her fourth shutout of the season with a 1-0 overtime victory over No. 2 Syracuse on Saturday. The sophomore made some huge stops against the Orange, especially in the second half when Syracuse took 12 shots and Lucas made 8 saves in that period, giving her 13 on the weekend against just 2 goals.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Aisling Naughton, Duke

Naughton powered the Blue Devils to a pair of wins on the week, assisting on the game-winning goal in the victory over Wake Forest before notching two goals and two assists in the 5-1 win over Old Dominion, including scoring the game-winner.

 

Rookie of the Week: Victoria Kammerinke, Saint Joseph’s

Kammerinke backstopped the Hawks to a pair of crucial conference road victories this weekend as Saint Joseph’s moved to 6-0 in league play, setting a new school record for conference wins. The goalkeeper from Kaarst, Germany, made three saves in the first five minutes and totaled four for the game as the Hawks topped Saint Francis, 2-1, on Friday. Two days later, in a battle of the league’s first and third-place teams, she made three more saves, including one in the final 90 seconds, that helped carry SJU past Lock Haven by an identical 2-1 score.

 

Honor roll:

Savannah Burns, Pacific

Lexi Collins, California

Mackenzie Karcher, La Salle

Erin McCrudden, Louisville

Emily Prettyman, Bryant

Savanna Reilly, Quinnipiac

Noelle Rother, Indiana

Rafaela Rubas, American

Tara Vittese, Virginia

 

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Andrea Koslowski, Assumption

Koslowski played a major role for the Hounds in their 2-0 week. She had the game-winning assist in the 2-1 win over Pace on Saturday, and also added an assist on the insurance goal in a 2-0 win over No. 10 AIC. She played strong defense the entire game earning a defensive safe.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Maddie Bressler, Saint Anselm

Bressler helped lead Saint Anselm to a pair of top-10 wins this week. She picked up an assist on the game-tying goal of an eventual 3-1 win over #4 Stonehill on Wednesday. She followed that up with a goal and an assist in a 3-1 victory over #10 American International on Saturday.

 

Rookie of the Week: Heather Gregory, Bellarmine

Gregory logged all 140 minutes in cage during Bellarmine’s two games and picked up two shutout victories, the first two clean sheets of her career. She came up with three saves against Mercy while facing six shots.

 

Honor Roll:

Amanda Gardiulo, Adelphi

Ally Mooney, Shippensburg

Melanie Rennie, Southern New Hampshire

Megan Tiwold, Kutztown

Rachael Toppi, West Chester

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Julia Booth, Hamilton

Booth posted a 0.48 goals against average and .952 save percentage in a 2-0 week. She made 10 saves and recorded her second shutout of the year and the fourth of her career in a 3-0 win against Williams. In a 2-1 overtime victory against Bowdoin, Booth stopped 10 shots again as the Continentals defeated the Polar Bears for the first time after losing the first seven games in the all-time series.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Kelcie Finn, Trinity

Finn had a monster week for the Bantams, scoring six goals and helping on three others as Trinity went 2-1 on the week. She opened up the week with a 3+2 game against Springfield, helping the Bantams score three goals (2g, 1a) in the first 14 minutes of play. On Saturday, Finn had a hand in all three goals in the upset of Middlebury (2+1) before adding one goal in an eventual loss to Tufts.

 

Rookie of the Week: Maya Haigis, Rochester

Haigis provided a scoring punch for Rochester this week, finding the cage on three occasions, boosting her total to six on the year which ranks third on the team.  She scored twice in UR’s 3-0 win on Tuesday over #15 William Smith, one of which was the game-winner.  The first year player then added a game-tying goal on Friday in the ‘Jackets 2-1 come from behind win over RPI.

 

Honor Roll:

Rachael Allshouse, Christopher Newport

Marita Brothers, Keene State

Megan Fountaine, Westfield State

Krista LaMaina, Kean

Alexandra Madden, Ferrum

Camille Maimone, Montclair State

Ashley Maynard, St. John Fisher

Jamie Navoni, Conn College

Claire Nolan, Johnson & Wales

Skye Swain, Virginia Wesleyan

Margaret Wentzel, Alvernia

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Frederique Haverhals, Boston College

On Friday, the sophomore from Warmond, Netherlands, scored the game-winning goal when she knocked in the rebound of Emily McCoy‘s shot off the penalty corner. She also backed the defensive unit that held Louisville to just 10 shots – well below their 17.9 per game average headed into the game. On Sunday, Haverhals and the defense held Indiana to just four shots, more than 10 below their season average of 14.6 coming into the game. The 2-0 win was just the second shutout of the season for the Eagles and their first since Aug. 26.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Emma Lamison, Syracuse

Lamison assisted on a pair of early Weers goals before scoring two of her own in little more than 25 minutes to start the Orange’s win over Duke. She followed that performance up with another two assists to start off ‘Cuse’s 5-0 win over Cornell on Sunday. 

 

Rookie of the Week: Anouk Lalande, UMass-Lowell

Lalande tallied two goals and one assist for five points on the weekend. On October 7 against New Hampshire, she tallied the helper on the game-winning goal to give the squad its first win ever against the Wildcats. Lalande then notched her second multi-goal game of the season on October 9, as her pair of scores propelled UMass Lowell to a 3-2 win at Vermont.

 

Honor roll:

Kelsey Bing, Stanford

Ashley Hoffman, North Carolina

Madison Maguire, Maryland

Megan Miller, Richmond

Greta Nauck, Delaware

Alysica Smith, Lock Haven

Florien Sondern, James Madison

Tara Vittese, Virginia

 

 

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Emily Howell, East Stroudsburg

 Howell had a goal and a defensive save in ESU’s 2-0 win vs Bloomsburg Tuesday. She helped the Warriors to a 2-0 record with a pair of shutouts from her spot at center back, allowing three shots on goal vs Bloomsburg and holding Millersville without a shot on goal in 1-0 road win Saturday. 

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Hannah Friend, Saint Anselm

Friend helped lead Saint Anselm to a 2-0 mark in games this week. She scored what proved to be the game-winning goal in a 3-0 win over Bentley on Wednesday. She also scored the game-tying goal on Saturday afternoon against #10 Adelphi, which eventually was a 2-1 win for the Hawks.

Rookie of the Week: Chelsea Davis, AIC

Davis had another outstanding week for AIC, which went 2-0 with back-to-back 2-1 wins over Pace and Merrimack. She helped hold Pace to just seven shot attempts, and had two defensive saves against Merrimack, including one in overtime, and also had an assist on AIC’s game-tying goal.

 

Honor Roll:

Sara Freedman, Stonehill

Sam Rumler, Millersville

Lesly Sanchez Alvarez, Pace

Skylar Starbeck, Lindenwood

Brooke Zeiders, Shippensburg

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Ashley Maynard, St. John Fisher

Maynard was sensational for the Cardinals over the week, posting a .933 save percentage and allowing only one goal in a 2-1 victory over nationally-ranked Rochester. In that game, she made 11 saves, including three in a series of penalty corners in the 70th minute. Maynard followed that win up with a shutout of Stevens.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Jaclyn Douglas, TCNJ

She tallied three goals, including the game winner with just over three minutes remaining in a 3-2 comeback win over the Profs. She needed just three shots to score two goals in a 4-0 blanking of the Red Hawks.

 

Rookie of the Week: Olivia Antonelli, Worcester State

Antonelli totaled eight points in the Lancers’ 2-0 week of conference play. She marked the game-winning goal and assisted the other in the Blue and Gold’s 2-1 win over Bridgewater State. She then notched two goals and one assist in the 4-3 win over Plymouth State.

 

Honor Roll:

Nicole Bodo, Franklin & Marshall

Kim Davis, FDU

Liz DiCesare, Mount Holyoke

Halley Donlin, Elizabethtown

Weezie Foster, Kenyon

Mettler Growney, Bowdoin

Julie Mortimer, Babson

Lindsay Nye, York

Elizabeth Piszker, Houghton

Melissa Russo, Gwynedd Mercy

Alex Staples, Univ. of New England

Rachel Strow, Muhlenberg

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Maeve Doherty, Columbia

Doherty played a key role in Columbia’s first weekend sweep of the year. She scored an equalizing goal in the 66th minute to tie the score and came up with a defensive save after the horn during a Rider penalty corner to force overtime and went on to register the game-winner in the extra frame. Two days earlier, the defender assisted on a go-ahead goal and made another defensive save to give the Lions their first Ivy League win over Cornell.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Heather Morris, Duke

Morris guided the Blue Devils to a pair of ranked wins, tallying the game winner in both contests over the weekend. The senior forward from Pottstown, Pennsylvania, found the back of the cage twice in a balanced offensive effort against No. 15 Boston College and added an assist on the first goal of the game just three minutes in. Duke’s six goals in the 6-2 victory marked the most for the program in a regular season ACC game since 2003. On Sunday, Morris propelled the squad past No. 13 Boston University, firing the game winner in the 69th minute. She took a feed from Robin Blazing on the corner play and went top shelf to put the Blue Devils in front for good.

 

Rookie of the Week: Bente van Vlijmen, Harvard

van Vlijmen played a crucial role for the Crimson as they upset Boston University 1-0 before defeating Ivy rival Penn 3-2 in double overtime. She scored the only goal, the game-winner, in the victory over the Terriers before helping Harvard beat Penn by creating a number of penalty corners, including one that led to the opening goal for the Crimson.

 

Honor roll:

Marissa Balleza, Harvard

Grace Balsdon, Maryland

Isabel Flens, Northwestern

Mariona Heras, Miami

Paula Heuser, Albany

Nina Klein, Connecticut

Lies Lagerweij, Syracuse

Jackie Randa, Lehigh

Tara Vittese, Virginia

Anna Willocks, St. Joseph’s

Marguerite van Wyk, Pacific

 

 

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Sarah Krause, West Chester

Krause was extraordinary this past week, hitting double-digit saves in both games as West Chester split a pair of contests against some top PSAC competition.  Her key performance came in a 3-1 win over No. 2 East Stroudsburg when she posted 15 saves – a record for a West Chester goalkeeper while playing as a Division II institution.  Her efforts helped end a four-game losing streak to East Stroudsburg dating back to last season.  Krause collected 10 more saves, including five during two overtime sessions, before West Chester lost a 3-2 contest at IUP.  Her determined play came despite West Chester showing 17 less shots and 22 less corners for the week. 

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Elizabeth Mercuri, Adelphi

Mercuri ran her streak of games with a goal to six in a 2-0 week for Adelphi, as she posted a team-high seven points in a pair of wins. She assisted on the opening goal in a 6-1 win over SCSU, also scoring once and adding another assist late in the game, while she scored the second goal and assisted on the third in a 3-1 win over league-leading AIC.

 

 

Rookie of the Week: Kate Remley, Limestone

Remley scored in both of Limestone’s victories over the weekend, scoring late in the game to force overtime in the eventual win over Bellarmine before helping the Saints build a 4-0 lead in an eventual 4-2 victory over Lindenwood.

 

Honor Roll:

Taylor Fisher, Shippensburg

Sara Freedman, Stonehill

Ericka Parks, LIU Post

Maria Patterson, Limestone

Melanie Rennie, Southern New Hampshire

Jenna Sanossian, Pace

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Kailynne Reinoehl, Cortland

Reinoehl made 12 saves and allowed only a penalty-stroke goal in a 2-1 home victory over nationally 12th-ranked William Smith. She also stopped three shots in 64-plus minutes in a 7-0 win over visiting Brockport. The SUNYAC and ECAC Div. III North Defensive Player of the Week, Reinoehl has made double-digit saves in a game three times this season.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Sara Culhane, Amherst

Culhane scored six of Amherst’s eight total goals, and added an assist, to record 13 points and help lift the Purple & White to a 3-0 week that featured two conference victories. Logging 4.33 points per game in the three-game span, Culhane’s biggest day came against previously unbeaten Tufts in which she notched her second hat trick of the season, including the game-winner in double overtime, to lead Amherst past the Jumbos, 3-2.

 

Rookie of the Week: Olivia Antonelli, Worcester State

Antonelli totaled eight points in the Lancers’ 2-0 week of conference play. She marked the game-winning goal and assisted the other in the Blue and Gold’s 2-1 win over Bridgewater State. She then notched two goals and one assist in the 4-3 win over Plymouth State.

 

Honor Roll:

Karlie Baran, Washington & Jefferson

Lori Berger, Trinity

Hunter Carden, UMass-Dartmouth

Lauren Fazio, St. John Fisher

Emily Hirtle, Endicott

Dallas Kendra, Wilkes

Lauren Russell, Husson

Melissa Russo, Gwynedd Mercy

Lexi Smith, TCNJ

Cameo Tietje, Smith

Margaret Wentzel, Alvernia

Ellen Westfall, Denison

Hayley Williams, Eastern

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Julia Young, North Carolina

Young directed the Tar Heel defense and also played on corner offense and defense in the wins over Syracuse and Duke. On Friday, the senior from Yorktown, Virginia, anchored the backfield as the Tar Heels held the Orange to its lowest scoring output of the season and also limited Syracuse to just two penalty corners and 10 shots in 90 minutes of play. On Sunday, Young led the defense as UNC limited Duke to one penalty corner and a season-low six shots.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Pascale Massey, Northwestern

Massey scored the game-winning goal in both of Northwestern’s impressive victories. Against fourth-ranked and previously undefeated Penn State on Friday, Massey recorded a game-high five shots including notching the game-winning goal in the 55th minute in the NU’s 5-3 win. She followed up the performance by posting a game-high four shots while tallying two goals as NU defeated No. 6 Maryland, 3-2. Massey tallied a goal in the second minute of the contest before breaking a 2-2 tie with her second of the game in the 60th minute.

 

Rookie of the Week: Kelsey Bing, Stanford

Bing was instrumental in helping the Cardinal earn two wins over the week. Overall, the freshman goalkeeper allowed just one goal while making eight saves in Stanford’s wins over UMass and Yale. Bing was phenomenal against UMass on Friday with three stops and her second shutout of the year against the Minutewomen before making five stops in a 3-1 win at Yale on Sunday.

 

Honor roll:

Daane Koch, Rider

Carrera Lucas, Virginia

Ryan McCarthy, Princeton

Libby Manela, Harvard

Claudia Marin Samper, Hofstra

Greta Nauck, Delaware

Carla Romagosa, Miami

Paige Stuppy, Lock Haven

Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut

 

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Ally Mooney, Shippensburg

Mooney did not allow a goal in over 120 minutes of action on the week, making seven saves in a key PSAC game against Kutztown before stopping Seton Hill twice in almost 60 minutes of play.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Emily Miller, LIU Post

Miller tallied two goals and two assists for a six-point output in helping lead the Pioneers to a pair of wins last week. The sophomore scored a pair of goals and added an assist in a 3-0 win over No. 5 Stonehill on Saturday in her best game of the week. It’s the second time this season she’s been honored with this award from the league office.

 

Rookie of the Week: Chelsea Davis, American International

Davis was outstanding in all phases of the game for AIC as the Yellow Jackets went 2-0 against Franklin Pierce and SNHU. She put four shots on target in the two games, while leading a defense that allowed just seven, with no goals against. Against Southern New Hampshire, she also made a defensive save in overtime, knocking a rebound shot out of midair with her stick to save the game for AIC.

 

Honor Roll:

Tori Ellis, Bentley

Brooke Haskell, St. Anselm

Katie Jo Hollkamp, Bellarmine

Abby Sauder, Bloomsburg

Taylor Simpson, Merrimack

Skylar Starbeck, Lindenwood

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Marge Gardiner, University of New England

Gardiner was part of a University of New England defense that allowed a total of 11 shots and four shots-on-goal in a couple of conference wins this week. Gardiner and the Nor’easters defense allowed only a single goal in their game against Endicott on Tuesday (Sept. 20) before shutting out Salve Regina on Saturday (Sept. 24).

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Michaela Giuttari, Hamilton

Giuttari had a monster week for the Continentals as Hamilton won two NESCAC games, including an upset of Middlebury. She scored two goals and assisted on the go-ahead tally midway through the first half against Conn. College. The freshmen then chipped in one goal and was credited with the assist on the eventual game winner early in the second half against Middlebury. 

 

Rookie of the Week: Libby Pomerleau, St. Joseph’s

Pomerleau enjoyed a tremendous week with four goals and an assist in a 2-1 week. The freshman forward played a hand in five of the Monks’ six goals with two markers and a helper in a 4-2 victory over Springfield on Tuesday and both tallies in a 2-1 overtime victory over Lasell on Friday.

 

Honor Roll:

Paige Amico, Vassar

Nicole Arata, Tufts

Gabbie Bower, Marywood

Elizabeth Coughlin, Skidmore

Carissa Gehman, Messiah

Sarah Hemstock, Mount Ida

Emily Markarian, St. John Fisher

MaryKathryn Slattery, Roger Williams

Jessie Todd, Salisbury

Lauren Travis, Rhodes

Haley Waslasky, King’s

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Chelcie Mendonca, Boston College

Lining up at right back, Mendonca and the BC defense helped the Eagles go 2-0 on the weekend to move to 4-3 on the year and 1-1 in ACC play. In the 2-1 victory over the third-ranked Tar Heels, the Eagles’ first since 2008, Mendonca scored the game-winning goal and helped the defense hold the Tar Heels to one goal. In Sunday’s 8-1 win, the junior back from Brampton, Ontario, helped limit Northeastern to one goal and assisted on the game-winning goal.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut

Veitner helped the Huskies beat No. 13 Old Dominion and No. 14 Virginia on the road. She scored a program-record six goals against Virginia on Sunday, the most goals and points (12) ever earned in a single game by a UConn player.A prolific scorer, Veitner netted four of her six goals in the second half, helping the Huskies to cruise past Virginia in a game that was broadcast on ESPN3.

 

Rookie of the Week: Sammi Steele, Duke

In a meeting of unbeaten ACC teams Friday, Steele limited a Louisville offense averaging over four goals a game to just one score on a penalty corner. After Duke scored the go-ahead goal in the 63rd minute, she kept the Cardinals off the board for the remainder of the contest to give the Blue Devils their fifth victory over a ranked opponent. Steele and the defense notched their third shutout of the season Sunday at Miami, blanking the RedHawks by a 3-0 score. The unit held Miami scoreless on seven shots and four penalty corners.

 

Honor roll:

Eva van Agt, Northwestern

Meg Donahue, Monmouth

Megan Hamilton, Providence

Greta Nauck, Delaware

Moira Putsch, Penn State

Miranda Rigg, James Madison

 

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Emily Howell, East Stroudsburg

Howell helped the Warriors post a 3-1 week, including three consecutive shutouts, while also scoring an overtime game-winner. ESU fell 1-0 vs. LIU Post last Monday before posting a 4-0 shutout vs. No. 9 West Chester, the 1-0 (OT) win at No. 2 Shippensburg and a 4-0 win vs. Molloy on Sunday.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Kacie Smith, Stonehill

Smith had a hand in six of Stonehill’s nine goals in a 2-0 week, finishing with four goals and two assists over the two games. Smith scored three of the Skyhawks four goals, including the gamewinner, in Wednesday night’s 4-0 non-conference win over Merrimack College, ranked No. 4 in the Division II preseason poll, and then added a goal and two assists in Saturday’s 5-2 victory against Saint Michael’s College in the Northeast-10 opener.

 

Rookie of the Week: Kate Remley, Limestone

Remley scored twice last week to lead the Saints to a pair of victories; the first goal gave the Saints a cushion in the 3-0 win over Newberry, before her overtime strike against Queens sent Limestone to the regional victory.

 

Honor Roll:

Allia Connolly, Saint Anselm

Andrea Koslowski, Assumption

Emily Miller, IUP

Taylor Ruscillo, American International

Selena West, IUP

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Sarah DiMaggio, Lebanon Valley

DiMaggio earned three wins in goal last week to improve her record to 5-1 on the season. The senior finished the week with 22 saves, a .854 save percentage, and a shutout. The team captain’s best performance came on Sunday afternoon in the team’s memorable 4-3 double-OT win against the No. 9 Herons. DiMaggio made 13 saves while facing 29 shots, holding William Smith under its 4.33 goals per game average. The goalkeeper earned her first career shutout in a 1-0 win against St. Lawrence on Saturday afternoon after making six saves in a 3-2 win over Lynchburg four days earlier.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Mikaela DiBello, RPI

In two games, both victories, DiBello led the team with two goals and two assists, along with 11 shots, including eight on goal. In a 5-1 win at Utica College, the sophomore attack had two goals, an assist and seven shots, six on goal. Her first goal tied the game early in the first half and her second put the Engineers ahead 3-1 early in the second half. Her assist came on the game’s fifth goal. Four days later DiBello set up the game’s only goal, which came 1:28 into overtime, as RPI defeated No. 7 Montclair State University, 1-0. She also had four shots with two on goal.

 

Rookie of the Week: Bridget Boyle, Rowan

Boyle earns her honors after a blazing 13-point week to lead Rowan to three wins. She drained six goals, including two game winners. She scored the opening goal in a 3-0 win over Cabrini, which proved to be the game winner. She scored twice and assisted on one more in the win over FDU-Florham, and wrapped up with a hat trick which included the game-winning goal against Eastern.

 

Honor Roll:

Annie Artz, Tufts

Reilly Bruce, DePauw

Lauren Fazio, St. John Fisher

Marissa Folts, Skidmore

Lauren Hopkins, Mary Washington

Katelyn Hutchinson, Kenyon

Laura Olbrich, Stockton

Emily Penn, MIT

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Roos Weers, Syracuse

Weers headlined the Orange defense that held both ranked opponents to a combined 10 shots over the two contests. At the other end of the field, she assisted on a goal in the win over Boston College before Weers she also scored a goal of her own in Sunday’s 3-1 win over the Cardinal to sweep the weekend.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Kate Barber, Indiana

Barber helped the Hoosiers to a 3-0 week, outscoring their opposition 12-3. The senior midfielder was a part of 8 of those goals, scoring five times and assisting on three others. She also helped organize a defense that pitched two shutouts on the week.  

 

Rookie of the Week: Nikki Santore, Rutgers

The Rutgers rookie had four goals and two assists to help the Scarlet Knights to a 2-0 week, putting up wins over Cornell and Ohio.

 

Honor roll:

Maureen Connolly, Duke

Linnea Gonzales, Maryland

Alexa Hoover, Penn

Heather Morris, Duke

Alexandra Pecora, Iowa

Sophia Tornetta, Princeton

Marguerite van Wyk, Pacific

 

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Emily Cassel, Bloomsburg

Cassel posted three shutout victories, and totaled 15 saves, during the week as the eighth-ranked Huskies went 3-0 on the week. Her biggest win of the week came on Tuesday afternoon when she stopped six shots to help the Huskies knock off the defending Division II National Champions, and top-ranked, East Stroudsburg, 3-0. She made four of her six saves in the second half against the Warriors while the offense backed her performance by scoring three second-half goals to knock off the defending champs. Over the weekend, the senior goalkeeper posted two more shutouts – a seven-save whitewashing of, previously-unbeaten, Bellarmine (2-0) on Saturday and a two-save blanking of Queens University of Charlotte (4-0) on Sunday.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Emily Miller, LIU Post

Miller tallied her first career hat trick in a 5-2 upset of third-ranked West Chester Wednesday afternoon. The sophomore scored the first two goals of the game, and then capped off her afternoon by scoring the final goal of the game.

 

Rookie of the Week: Sarah Morse, Stonehill

Morse led a defense for the 5th-ranked Skyhawks, which didn’t surrender a goal in two wins over nationally-ranked opponents last week. The Skyhawks allowed just 3.0 shots on goal (7.0 shots per game total) and 8.5 corners per game for the week. Stonehill yielded just four shots on goal and defended 12 corners in Monday’s 2-0 triumph

 

Honor Roll:

Maddie Bressler, Saint Anselm

Brianna Craft, Southern Connecticut

Elissa Frein, Adelphi

Sam Pavano, Bentley

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Amanda Kasbohm, Southern Maine

Kasbohm backstopped the Huskies to a 3-0 week, which included a pair of Little East Conference victories.  Playing in three games over four days, Kasbohm was outstanding in goal making 15 saves to conclude the week with a 0.67 goals against average, allowing just two goals while playing all 210 minutes in goal.  For the week, Kasbohm had a solid .882 save percentage.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Sami Smith, Keene State

Smith finished last week with seven goals and two assists, including the game winner in all three games for the Owls. She had two goals and an assist as Keene State recorded non-conference wins over Williams and Springfield, and netted her second hat-trick of the season in a 4-0 win over Fitchburg State to open LEC play.

 

Rookie of the Week: Maya Haigis, Rochester

Haigis was a part of four of Rochester’s six goals on the week, helping the Yellowjackets to a 2-0 week. She scored the opening goal and assisted on the game-winner in the 2-1 win over Cortland before adding two helpers in the 4-1 win over Johns Hopkins.  

 

Honor Roll:

Elizabeth Bennewitz, Amherst

Rebecca Brosious, Alvernia

Rachel Day, Catholic

Jaclyn Douglas, TCNJ

Samantha Hayes, Bridgewater State

Taylor Holt, Messiah

Krista LaMania, Kean

Sarah Miller, Christopher Newport

Lindsay Nye, York

Brianna O’Connell, Gwynedd-Mercy

Elise Towers, Babson

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Alyssa Chillano, Duke

Chillano anchored a back line that recorded its second straight shutout Friday in a 1-0 victory over No. 6 Maryland. The Terrapins entered the top-10 matchup averaging 3.5 goals per game but were held scoreless by Chillano and the Duke defense on 12 shots and four penalty corners. In Sunday’s 3-2 win against No. 16 Northwestern, Chillano provided offensive firepower along with some key defensive play in overtime. She evened the match at 1-1 following an early strike by the Wildcats and put away the game winner in the 76th minute.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Lies Lagerweij, Syracuse

Lagerweij poured in three goals and an assist, including both game-winners, as the back helped the Orange to a pair of wins over the week. She had the game-tying and game-winning goal in the overtime victory against Liberty before  

 

Rookie of the Week: Nicole Pluta, Wake Forest

Pluta helped the Demon Deacons to a pair of victories on the road, scoring in each of Wake’s two victories against Big Ten opponents in Ohio State and Indiana.

 

Honor roll:

Brooke Birosek, Penn State

Amanda Cassera, Boston University

Lotta Kahlert, Louisville

Julie Laszlo, Monmouth

Gab Major, North Carolina

Shannon Pereira, Saint Francis

Anna Willocks, Saint Joseph’s

 

DIVISION II


Defensive Player of the Week: Meghan Williams, Franklin Pierce

Williams posted her fifth and sixth career shutouts this week as she did not allow a goal in wins over Bentley and Mercy. Dating to the end of last season, she is currently riding a shutout streak of 146:17.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Robin Stevenson, East Stroudsburg

Stevenson had three goals and one assist for the Warriors, the defending NCAA Division II champions, who opened the season with wins at No. 4 Merrimack and No. 5 Stonehill over the weekend. Stevenson scored ESU’s final goal and added an assist in the Warriors’ 4-2 win at Merrimack on Friday in a rematch of last year’s NCAA championship game. She scored both goals in a 2-1 win at Stonehill on Saturday, helping ESU overcome a 1-0 deficit with a goal in each half.

 

Rookie of the Week: Chelsea Davis, American International

Davis helped lead the Yellow Jackets to a pair of one goal wins to start the season. She scored the game winner in overtime in the team’s win over St. Thomas Aquinas and led a defense that only allowed one goal in two games

 

Honor Roll:

Jennifer Brown, Saint Anselm

Merit Harris, Bellarmine

Jane Kasparian, Pace

Taylor Robben, Lindenwood

 

DIVISION III


Defensive Player of the Week: Aliki Torrence, Ursinus

Torrence anchored a defense that allowed only one goal on 11 shots over two games against ranked opponents to open the 2016 season.

 

Offensive Player of the Week: Callie Fisher, Rochester

Fisher tallied a total of six points over UR’s three games this past week, scoring two goals and adding two assists.  In Thursday’s season opener against Ithaca she scored a goal.  On Saturday against #12 Mary Washington, the senior added an assist to help UR earn the victory and on Sunday, she assisted on the game’s first goal and then scored the game-winning goal in overtime, leading Rochester to a 2-1 win over St. Mary’s of Maryland.

 

Rookie of the Week: Kelly Watson, Montclair State

Watson made an immediate impact for the Red Hawks scoring once and assisting on four other goals. Watson recorded her first career point with an assist in the Red Hawks win against Eastern. Two days later she posted a pair of helpers in the five-goal win against Cabrini and completed the week with her first goal along with her fourth assist as MSU downed Lebanon Valley.

 

Honor Roll:

Hayler Barker, Centre

Lauren Drakely, Babson

Maggie Kennedy, Springfield

Becca Rinaca, Salisbury

Holly Smith, Univ. of New England

Emily Sorochynskyj, Stockton

Margaret Wentzel, Alvernia

Judy Yurkofsky, Washington & Jefferson

DIVISION I


Defensive Player of the Week: Skyler Fretz, Penn State

Fretz was key to the Nittany Lion backfield as Penn State defeated Old Dominion 6-2 and Virginia 3-0 to open the season. Penn State allowed only 16 total shots (8 on cage) and three corners on the weekend.

Offensive Player of the Week: Greta Nauck, Delaware

Nauck scored career-highs of four goals and eight points in Saturday’s 5-2 victory against the Buckeyes.  The sophomore added the first goal of Sunday’s game and followed with an assist as the Hens defeated OSU, 6-3.

 

Rookie of the Week: Margaux Paolino, Duke

Paolino set up the game-winning goals in both of Duke’s victories on the opening weekend, finishing with four assists in the two games as the Blue Devils outscored their opponents 10-2.

 

Honor roll:

Jordan Dues, Ball State

Alyssa Ercolino, Monmouth

Cammy Jensen, Boston University

Anna Middendorf, Connecticut

Maxi Primus, Albany

Libby Reidl, Maine

Andrea Reinhardt, Kent State

Regan Spencer, Syracuse

Natalie Stewart, Northeastern

2015 Field Hockey – Division I


Defensive Player of the Year: Sarah Sprink, Maryland

Sprink, the Big Ten Player of the Year, helped Maryland to the Big Ten regular season and tournament titles, posting the eight-best scoring defense in the nation while facing a top-15 schedule.

Offensive Player of the Year: Paula Heuser, Albany

Heuser ranked third in the nation in scoring, picking up America East Offensive Player of the Year honors and an America East tournament title along the way. Despite facing a top-15 schedule, Heuser ranked second in the nation with 34 goals and 79 points.

Rookie of the Year: Roos Weers, Syracuse

Weers helped the Orange to the national title, earning ACC Rookie of the Year honors as Syracuse won the ACC regular-season title. With her in the backfield, Syracuse allowed less than a goal per game and ranked fourth in the nation in scoring defense while facing the nation’s third-toughest schedule.

Coach of the Year: Josette Babineau, Maine

Babineau mentored the Black Bears to an impressive turnaround in 2015, taking a 10-10 team from 2014 to 19-4 in 2015, almost doubling the wins from the previous year. Maine finished the season in the top-20 and advanced to the America East title game, notching two top-10 wins on the season.

First team All-Americans

  • Maddie Copeland, Princeton
  • Alma Fenne, Syracuse
  • Paula Heuser, Albany
  • Alyssa Manley, Syracuse
  • Nina Notman, North Carolina
  • Stephanie Norlander, Iowa
  • Maddie Secco, Stanford
  • Sarah Sprink, Maryland
  • Sam Swenson, Michigan
  • Lauren Thomas, Michigan
  • Roisin Upton, Connecticut
  • Charlotte Veitner, Connecticut
  • Tara Vitesse, Virginia
  • Roos Weers, Syracuse
  • Emily Wold, North Carolina
  • Julia Young, North Carolina

Second team All-Americans

  • Natalie Barr, Liberty
  • Rachel Coll, Boston University
  • Alyssa Delp, Temple
  • Anna Dessoye, Maryland
  • Alexa Hoover, Penn
  • Lucy Hyams, Virginia
  • Aileen Johnson, Duke
  • Nina Klein, Connecticut
  • Claudia Marin Samper, Hofstra
  • Lisa McCarthy, Northwestern
  • Jess Newak, Wake Forest
  • Esmée Peet, Delaware
  • Emma Russell, Syracuse
  • Nicole Sevey, Maine
  • Victoria Stratton, Louisville
  • Taylor West, James Madison

Third team All-Americans

  • Kate Barber, Indiana
  • Lauren Blazing, Duke
  • Sarah Breen, Old Dominion
  • Savannah Burns, Pacific
  • Dulcie Davies, Stanford
  • Bea Dechant, Miami
  • Casey DiNardo, North Carolina
  • Christina Freibott, Columbia
  • Jaclyn Hibbs, Albany
  • Peanut Johnson, Ohio State
  • Sofi Laurito, Boston University
  • Emily McCoy, Boston College
  • Michaela Patzner, Delaware
  • Marisa Siergiej, Cornell
  • Loes Stijntjes, James Madison
  • Romée Stiekema, Boston College

All-Rookie Team

  • Malin Evert, North Carolina
  • Linnea Gonzales, Maryland
  • Jule Grasshoff, Wake Forest
  • Chrissy Horn, Old Dominion
  • Amelia Iacobucci, Connecticut
  • Marie Lanckneus, California
  • Ayeisha McFerran, Louisville
  • Aurelia Meijer, Penn State
  • Paula Portugal, Miami
  • Libby Reidl, Maine
  • Rafaela Rubas, American
  • Sophia Tornetta, Princeton
  • Roos Weers, Syracuse
  • Melissa Wilken, James Madison
  • Anna Willocks, Saint Joseph’s
  • Elise Wong, Princeton

Division II


Defensive Player of the Year: Taylor Parker, Millersville

Parker helped the Marauders average less than half-a-goal a game in 2015, including a stretch of eight straight shutouts. The Marauders advanced to the PSAC championship game and the NCAA semifinals; Millersville allowed opponents to score twice in only two games.

Offensive Player of the Year: Erika Kelly, Stonehill

Kelly led the nation in scoring; she was the only player in the nation to average more than 3 points a game despite the Skyhawks’ facing the second-toughest schedule in the nation. Stonehill won the NE-10 title and advanced to the NCAA semifinals, earning the top seed in the north region.

Rookie of the Year: Mary McNeil, Merrimack

McNeil helped the Warriors advance to the NCAA title game in her rookie year, leading the team in scoring (14-11-39) and ranking ninth nationally in scoring despite facing the nation’s sixth-toughest schedule. The NE-10 Rookie of the Year led the nation’s freshmen in scoring.

Coach of the Year: Sandy Miller, East Stroudsburg

Miller led the Warriors to the national championship, picking up the PSAC title along the way. One year after reaching the PSAC semifinal and going 11-9, East Stroudsburg went 17-3 while navigating the nation’s toughest schedule.

First team All-Americans

  • Anna Behm, Kutztown
  • Bridget Boyle, Assumption
  • Rachel Colvin, Adelphi
  • Molly Cuevas, Adelphi
  • Emily Howell, East Stroudsburg
  • Allison Juneau, Assumption
  • Erika Kelly, Stonehill
  • Marnie Kusakavitch, West Chester
  • Desiraye Mack, East Stroudsburg
  • Mary McNeil, Merrimack
  • Aliza Mizak, Millersville
  • Sarah Morse, Stonehill
  • Taylor Parker, Millersville
  • Ally Roth, East Stroudsburg
  • Kristin Scherrer, West Chester
  • Christine Zubkus, Merrimack

Second team All-Americans

  • Elizabeth Alie, Saint Anselm
  • Lindsey Cassel, Bloomsburg
  • Kiley Colucci, Assumption
  • Rayann Fink, Kutztown
  • Jill Funkhouser, Limestone
  • Lauren Gerhart, Millersville
  • Megan Halligan, Saint Anselm
  • Rylie Hammond, Merrimack
  • Kylie Huffman, Shippensburg
  • Megan McKay, Slippery Rock
  • Dayle Paustian, West Chester
  • Lena Pollich, Adelphi
  • Kacie Smith, Stonehill
  • Rebecca Snyder, East Stroudsburg
  • Rachael Toppi, West Chester
  • Alexis Versak, West Chester

All-Rookie Team

  • Jessica Brandon, Mercyhurst
  • Gina Burton, Assumption
  • Hannah Collins, Newberry
  • Sara Freedman, Stonehill
  • Paige Harrold, East Stroudsburg
  • Aubrey Hartman, Millersville
  • Brooke Haskell, Saint Anselm
  • Lauren Latchford, Kutztown
  • Mary McNeil, Merrimack
  • Aliza Mizak, Millersville
  • Hailey Rose, Pace
  • Jackie Shragher, Bloomsburg
  • Charlotte Smith, Adelphi
  • Kacie Smith, Stonehill
  • Katelyn Smith, Mercyhurst
  • Delaney Yule, Merrimack

Division III


Defensive Player of the Year: Lexi Smith, TCNJ

Smith, the NJAC Defensive Player of the Year, helped the Lions return to the NCAA final weekend and a 20-win season, posting the nation’s sixth-ranked scoring defense while facing the nation’s third-toughest schedule.

Offensive Player of the Year: Rachel Kennedy, Bowdoin

Kennedy, the NESCAC Player of the Year, led Bowdoin to the NESCAC title and the top seed in the NCAA tournament and a 21-1 record while ranking second in the nation in scoring. The Polar Bears faced the toughest schedule in the nation and advanced to the title game.

Rookie of the Year: Grace Jennings, Middlebury

Jennings helped the Panthers win the NCAA title, scoring the game-winning goal in the title game. The NESCAC Rookie of the Year, Jennings helped Middlebury to a 20-win season while navigating the nation’s second-toughest schedule.

Coach of the Year: Sally Scatton, William Smith

Scatton led the Herons to a regional final berth and a top-seven final ranking, one year after ending the season in the Liberty League final. William Smith ranked in the top-10 in scoring and posted a seven-game improvement from 2014.

First team All-Americans

  • Lauren Berestecky, Middlebury
  • Dani DiGregory, Skidmore
  • Jaclyn Douglas, TCNJ
  • Ali Frary, William Smith
  • Elizabeth Holmes, Babson
  • Shannon Hutteman, Middlebury
  • Bridget Instrum, Middlebury
  • Alexandra Jamison, Tufts
  • Kim Kahnweiler, Bowdoin
  • Megan Keenan, Ursinus
  • Rachel Kennedy, Bowdoin
  • Tara Lamberti, Rochester
  • Mary Kate Olson, Franklin & Marshall
  • Lexi Smith, TCNJ
  • Jenna Steele, Mary Washington
  • Hannah Wood, William Smith

Second team All-Americans

  • Sarah Billheimer, Juniata
  • Lindsey Bower, Messiah
  • Kimmie Ganong, Bowdoin
  • Carissa Gehman, Messiah
  • Jenn Hanks, Skidmore
  • Samantha Johnson, Salisbury
  • Haley Kane, Mary Washington
  • Marisa Marini, Rowan
  • Erin Mays, Centre
  • Courtney Peterson, Wellesley
  • Michelle Relin, Rochester
  • Analisa Scott, Catholic
  • Amber Steigerwalt, Ursinus
  • Aliki Torrence, Ursinus
  • Annie Turnbull, Amherst
  • Margaret Wentzel, Alvernia

Third team All-Americans

  • Jessica Caruana, New Paltz
  • Maggie Chapman, Tufts
  • Kayla Costa, Babson
  • Kim Davis, FDU-Florham
  • Merritt Davis, Dickinson
  • Liz DeCesare, Mount Holyoke
  • Grace Goodbarn, DePauw
  • Mettler Growney, Bowdoin
  • Maria Guarisco, Franklin & Marshall
  • Mary Rose Hazel, Rhodes
  • Jacalyn Hikes, Elizabethtown
  • Jessica Pankey, Scranton
  • Tarah Portland, Catholic
  • Ali Posey, York
  • Jenna Pressler, Rowan
  • Nikki Simpao, Lynchburg

All-Rookie Team

  • Fallon Adair, William Smith
  • Lane Adams, Catholic
  • Kersey Boulay, Univ. of New England
  • Megan Caveny, Vassar
  • Emily Davis, Muhlenberg
  • Rachel Galante, Rowan
  • Grace Jennings, Middlebury
  • Shayna Landis, Messiah
  • Elizabeth Morrison, TCNJ
  • Brittan Muir, Christopher Newport
  • Lucy Pearsall, Denison
  • Kailynne Reioehl, Cortland
  • Ilianna Santangelo, Franklin & Marshall
  • Bridget Sherry, Ursinus
  • Nikki Simpao, Lynchburg
  • Ashley Tango, Babson

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