(FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT. 17-23)
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Sam Taylor, Lasell (Jr., F - Hanover, Mass.)
Recorded four goals and five assists for 13 points in three games as Lasell went 2-1 for the week. She had three goals and one assist in a 6-2 win over New England College, one assist in a 5-3 loss to Salve Regina, and one goal and three assists in Lasell's only GNAC game, a 10-2 victory over Johnson & Wales.
GOALKEEPER OF THE WEEK
Sofia Rodriguez, Lasell (Fr., GK - Peabody, Mass.)
Posted a 1-0 record in three games (one start) with a 2.50 goals against average, stopping 18 of 23 shots for a .783 save percentage in 140 minutes. She made four saves on five shots Tuesday in the second half of a 6-2 win over New England College. She made eight saves on 10 shots Thursday in the second half of a 5-3 loss to Salve Regina and made six saves on eight shots Saturday in a 10-2 GNAC victory over JWU.
ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
Maegan Sheehy, Rivier (Fr, F - Sabattus, Maine)
Sheehy tallied three goals for six points in a 1-1 week for the Raiders. She scored two goals against Elms in a 5-3 win and one more versus Colby Sawyer where the Raiders lost in double overtime, 3-2.
WEEK 4 HONOR ROLL
Kayla Collins, Saint Joseph's (Maine) (Windham, Maine) - The SJC field hockey program officially welcomed their latest teammate last Thursday when the Monks signed the 16-year-old through Team IMPACT in a signing ceremony held in the Hall of Fame Room of the Harold Alfond Center. For video and photos from the event, please click HERE.
Emily Foster, Rivier (Sr, GK - West Lebanon, N.H.) - Foster made 12 saves on the week for the 1-1 Raiders. Her loss came in the double-overtime thriller at GNAC foe Colby-Sawyer (L, 3-2). She made seven saves in that contest after making five saves in the team's 5-3 win over Elms.
GNAC FIELD HOCKEY WEEKLY ARCHIVE (2018-19)
|1||Libby Pomerleau, SJC||Megan Baker, SJC||Makena Leazer, LAS|
|2||Alexandra Belaire, SJC||Hope Winkin, REG||Emily Plummer, SIM|
|3||Alexandra Belaire, SJC||Megan Baker, SJC||Emma Rutledge, SJC|
|4||Sam Taylor, LAS||Sofia Rodriguez, LAS||Maegan Sheehy, RIV|
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