Shelly Milks, Lynchburg, Senior, Midfielder
Milks, a senior from Gloucester, Va., helped Lynchburg get the season started on a very positive note with a pair of victories in their first two games...and she did so playing to very different roles between the two contests. In a 9-2 win over Frostburg State, Milks poured in three goals as she fired 12 times at the Bobcats' net, putting 11 shots on frame. In Sunday's contest against DePauw, Milks switched to a defensive role and helped the Hornets grind out a 3-2 win.
Field Hockey Honor Roll
Adriana Santiago, East. Mennonite -
(Sr, M - Souderton, PA, 13)
Senior Adriana Santiago was the spark plug for EMU last weekend, scoring three goals and assisting on two others over the team's first 2 games. In a loss to Gettysburg, Santiago scored once and assisted twice, including on a game-tying goal in the 55th minute. Then on Saturday, she scored both of EMU's goals as the Royals' fell to No. 6 Ursinus, including an unassisted goal which tied the game at 2-2 in the 39th minute.
Carrie Jacobs, Randolph-Macon - (So, D - Orange, VA, 18)
Carrie scored four goals in two games. She scored one goal in a loss to Kean and followed with a hat trick in a loss to York. She leads the team in both points (8), shots (6) and goals (4).
Sarah Brock, Shenandoah - (Fr, D - Chesterfield, Va., 18)
In a 1-1 week for the Hornets, Brock notched the game-winner in OT against Dickinson after chipping in an assist earlier in the contest. She also had an assist in a loss to Wilson.
Hannah Oybkhan, Sweet Briar - (Fr, F - Wilmington, Del., 11)
Obykahn scored her first and second collegiate goals in the Thayer Classic hosted at Sweet Briar over the weekend. She found the back of the cage for the first time against Cedar Crest, while also picking up her first assist on the Vixens' other goal. She followed that up with one of SBC's two tallies in a loss to Bryn Mawr.
Kirsten Kyne, Washington and Lee - (Sr, GK - Baltimore, Md., 99)
Kyne lead the Generals to a 1-1 record this weekend, while allowing only two goals. She gave up two scores against Sewanee on Friday, while making 11 saves, but came back on Saturday and earned a shutout over Transylvania with 12 saves. She has a 1.00 goals against average and a .920 save percentage. She is leading the ODAC in both categories.