Taylor Prillaman, Bridgewater, Fr., Attack
Prillaman, a freshman from Magnolia, Del., led the Eagles to a pair of wins over the past week, including a quarterfinal victory over Roanoke. In the regular season finale, Prillaman scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Washington and Lee. The win locked up the third seed for BC in the ODAC tournament. She followed that performance with one of Bridgewater's goals in a 8-1 win over Roanoke to help propel the Eagles to the semifinals. On the year, Prillaman is ranked second in the league in goals scored with 14 and has tallied the most single-season goals for the Eagles program since Holly Ware's 16-goal effort in 1999. Prillaman also ranks in a tie for third in the league with 29 points.
Field Hockey Honor Roll
Lindsay Leonard, Lynchburg - (Sr, M -
Yorktown, VA, 17)
Leonard led the Hornets to a 2-0 week and the top-seed in the ODAC tournament. Against Virginia Wesleyan, Leonard scored two goals in the second half towards a 3-0 win. She followed that performance with a hat-trick in a 13-0 win at Sweet Briar.
Catherine Pricone, Randolph-Macon - (So, M - Arlington, VA, 9)
Catherine led the Yellow Jackets to a 5-1 victory over the Maroons of Roanoke College. She recorded her first hat trick of the season off of 10 shots and also dished out an assist. She finished the match with a shot on goal percentage of .833 and seven total points.
Amber Vanhorn, Shenandoah - (Sr, D - Slatedale, Pa., 10)
VanHorn notched a goal in the Hornets 3-2 win over Eastern Mennonite in the regular season finale. She then came back with a solid defensive effort as SU on its first ODAC tournament game with a 1-0 win over Washington and Lee in the quarterfinals.