Sarah DeLuca, Shenandoah, Senior, Attack
DeLuca, a senior from Clarksville, Md., helped Shenandoah improve to 5-2 with a pair of strong performances in wins over Notre Dame of Maryland (13-0) and Stevenson (2-0). She opened the week against NDM by setting a new Shenandoah field hockey record with five goals and 11 points as she added an assist to her output in SU's big win over the Gators. On Saturday, DeLuca provided the offensive punch with both goals in the Hornets' second straight shutout. She currently leads the ODAC in goals scored (10) and points (21).
Field Hockey Honor Roll
Colleen Dickson, Bridgewater (Va.) -
(Jr, MF - Virginia Beach, Va., 12)
Dickson had a solid week for Bridgewater, helping lead the Eagles to a 2-0 week. Dickson tallied two shots in Saturday's 3-1 win at Wilson before registering a two-goal outing in BC's 3-2 victory on Sunday over Sewanee. Dickson's second goal of the game proved to be the game-winner as the Virginia Beach, Va. native tallied seven shots on the week.
Bethany Hench, East. Mennonite - (So, D - Carlisle, PA, 12)
Hench picked up her first career point with an assist in the Royals 4-2 loss to York. She followed that by helping the EMU defense pitch a 1-0 shutout of St. Mary's College (Md.) to earn head coach Brenda Bechler her 100th career victory.
Melanie Tenney, Lynchburg - (Jr, D - Yorktown, VA, 19)
Tenney scored on her only shot in a 4-0 win against Roanoke in the ODAC opener. She followed it up with two defensive saves to keep the match close against #18 Elizabethtown (L, 2-1).
Kelly Finn, Roanoke - (Jr, F - Fairhaven, NJ, 17)
Finn scored two goals in Roanoke's first win of the season against Sewanee (2-1). She has scored all three of the Maroons' goals so far this season.
Lindsay Baker, Va. Wesleyan - (So, GK - Havertown, Pa., 99)
Baker helped earn her team to a pair of victories in her first two starts of the season. The Marlins topped Frostburg State, 2-1, and Neumann University, 1-0. She recorded a season-high and career high eight saves against FSU and five against Neumann.
Caroline Andress, Washington and Lee - (So, D - Charlotte, N.C., 8)
Adress, a defender, scored the game-winning overtime goal in a neutral-site 2-1 victory over Kean on Saturday. It was the first goal and points of her collegiate career, and ended a two-game losing streak for the Generals.