ODAC Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week Archive
2018 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week
2017 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week
|May 1, 2017
McCorry, a junior from Downingtown, Pa., put together an 11-point week in helping Shenandoah to a pair of conference wins to lockdown a spot in the upcoming ODAC Tournament. McCorry opened her week with three goals and three assists in a 19-2 victory over Randolph College. She added a ground ball and a draw control to her line. McCorry followed that effort with five more points on five goals in a 15-4 triumph over Guilford. She added five ground balls, five caused turnovers, and three draw controls in that contest. For the season, McCorry is seventh in the ODAC with 31 goals scored, helping her to a team-best 37 points. She is #1 in the league in free-position goals with 11.
|April 24, 2017
Tucker, a sophomore from Manakin-Sabot, Va., led the Generals to a pair of ODAC wins to secure her second weekly award of the season. Tucker notched nine points on the week, beginning with four goals and two assists in a 15-6 triumph at Shenandoah. She added seven draw controls and a pair of ground balls to her. Tucker added three more goals in the Generals' 15-4 victory at Guilford. She chipped in five draw controls, two ground balls, and caused two turnovers.
|April 17, 2017
Barlow, a freshman from South Hamilton, Mass., helped lead the Maroons to a pair of conference victories including a 10-9 overtime thriller at Lynchburg. Barlow kicked off her seven-point week with two goals, two ground balls, a draw control, and a caused turnover in a 13-5 triumph at Guilford. She then starred in the overtime win at Lynchburg, scoring four goals while dishing out an assists and coming away with two ground balls. Barlow's third goal of the game tied the score at 9-all with 59-seconds left in regulation to force overtime. She then converted on a free position shot at the 2:50 mark of the first overtime period, securing the victory for Roanoke. For the season, Barlow is ninth in the ODAC with 22 goals scored and is second on the team with 23 points.
|April 10, 2017
Sandoval, sophomore from Montclair, Va., posted an 11-point week as the Hornets won a pair of ODAC games to move to 3-2 in league play. Sandoval opened with two goals and five assists in Lynchburg's 17-4 triumph over Virginia Wesleyan. She added three ground balls and a caused turnover to her line. She then came up with four more points on two goals and two assists in an 8-7 victory at Shenandoah. Her assist on Lynchburg's last goal proved the deciding factor in the win. For the season, Sandoval is third in the ODAC with 44 points. She is second with 18 assists and third with 26 goals scored.
2016 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week
|May 2, 2016
Hsieh, a sophomore from Ellicott City, Md., registered 13 goals in the Yellow Jackets 1-1 week against ODAC tournament-bound teams. That effort included five of Randolph-Macon's nine goals in a 10-9 loss to Washington and Lee in the final minutes. She added three draw controls to her stat line. Hsieh bettered her output by three in a 20-10 triumph at Bridgewater as she scored eight goals against the Eagles. She added six draw controls to her effort. For the season, Hsieh is second in the ODAC with 78 points on an ODAC-best 69 goals with 12 assists.
|April 25, 2016
Lightfoot, a sophomore from Fairfax, Va., helped the Yellow Jackets rack up two more ODAC victories last week to remain in a tie with Washington and Lee for the top spot in the ODAC. Lightfoot registered 13 points last week as she moved up to #2 in NCAA Division III with 10 more assists to give her 48 on the season. She started her week with two goals and five assists in a 23-5 victory over Virginia Wesleyan. She added a ground ball and a caused turnover to her scoreline. Lightfoot continued her week with a goal and five more helpers in a 23-1 road win at Randolph College. She picked up three ground balls and again forced a turnover. For the season, Lightfoot is tied for fourth in the ODAC with 58 points. She's scored 10 goals to go with her conference-best 48 assists.
|April 18, 2016
Hsieh, a sophomore from Ellicott City, Md., picks up her second weekly award of the season after posting a 14-point week and leading Randolph-Macon to a pair of ODAC victories. In a 16-4 road win at Lynchburg, Hsieh beat the keeper six times and dished out three assists for nine points. She added four draw controls, two ground balls and two caused turnovers. Hsieh continued her hot streak with five goals in a 17-10 triumph over Guilford. She chipped in seven draw controls, two ground balls, and a pair of forced miscues. For the season, Hsieh leads the ODAC with 48 goals scored. She's second in points with 55 when adding in seven assists. She had notched at least one goal in all 12 games played this season.
|April 11, 2016
Francis, a senior from Lebanon, N.J., scored 10 times to lead Lynchburg to a pair of ODAC victories last week. Francis started her week with a career-high seven goals to go with five draw controls in a 17-5 win at Virginia Wesleyan. She followed that with a hat-trick and five more draws in a 21-2 triumph over Randolph. For the season, Francis is seventh in the ODAC with 32 goals scored and 12th with 34 total points. She's converted eight free-position into goals, which sits fourth in the ODAC.
2015 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week
|April 27, 2015
Schallock, a freshman from Waukesha, Wis., put an exclamation point on what's been a big first season for the Marlins' rookie in Virginia Wesleyan's 11-8 ODAC quarterfinal win at Shenandoah. Seven days after setting the VWC rookie record for draw controls in a game against, she did it again with 12 more in additino to six of the Marlins' 11 tallies. She also picked up two ground balls. Schallock is now tied for first in the ODAC with 75 points powered by a conference-best 70 goals. Her 101 draw controls are second in the league.
|April 20, 2015
Bereit, a senior from Latrobe, Pa., put together a 12-point week with some clutch scoring to help the Hornets two a pair of victories and remain in the hunt for a top seed in the upcoming ODAC Tournament. Bereit scored once and dished out three assists in Shenandoah's 10-9 triumph over Bridgewater. She added two draw controls, two caused turnovers and two ground balls. SU needed overtime to defeat Virginia Wesleyan, 17-16, and it was Bereit that come up with the winning goal with 1:05 to play in the extra period. She scored six goals in all, dishing out a pair of assists. she added six draw controls, five ground balls and a caused turnover. For the season, Bereit is third in the ODAC in points (65) and goals scored (47), and ranks fifth in assists (18).
|April 13, 2015
Feeney, a junior from Old Greenwich, Conn., put together a 14-point week over two ODAC wins last week, moving Roanoke to fourth in the league standings. Feeney got her week started with seven points on five goals and two assists in a 22-6 win over Sweet Briar. She added four draw controls, four ground balls and a caused turnover. Feeney followed that with a game-best six goals in an 18-6 triumph over Virginia Wesleyan. She added an assist to go with six draw controls, two ground balls and two caused turnovers. Feeney now has 33 points on 23 goals and 10 assists, all second on the squad.
|April 6, 2015
Evarts, a senior from Goldens Bridge, N.Y., helped the Maroons to a trio of ODAC victories last week by posting 15 points, 10 draw controls, six ground balls and four caused turnovers. She opened with three goals and three assists in an 11-9 triumph over Bridgewater. She added four draws and three ground balls. Evarts scored three more times in a 10-7 victory at Guilford, chipping in an assist and two caused turnovers. She capped her week with four goals and another helper in a 20-6 wom at Randolph. She registered five draws and three ground balls in that contest. For the season, Evarts leads Roanoke with 32 points on 21 goals and 11 assists.
2014 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week
|April 21, 2014
Procaccino, a freshman from Manhasset, N.Y., led the Generals to a 3-0 win in ODAC play, which also saw them lock up the top seed in the upcoming ODAC Women's Lacrosse Tournament. Procaccino opened her week with a career-high five goals in a 20-4 win against Sweet Briar. She followed that with two goals and two assists in a 20-0 win at Hollins. She capped her performances with four more tallies and two caused turnovers in a 16-9 win at Bridgewater. Of her 13 shots overall, 12 were on-goal for a 92.3-percent shooting percentage. Procaccino has racked up 25 points in her rookie season on 21 goals and four assists.
|April 14, 2014
Bereit, a junior from Latrobe, Pa., put together a 13-point week as the Hornets rattled off a pair of ODAC wins to keep them within striking distance of the top of the ODAC standings. Bereit scored twice and dished out three assists in a 9-7 win over Randolph-Macon. She also caused five turnovers defensively. Over the weekend, Bereit had a hand in eight of Shenandoah's 17 goals as the Hornets topped Virginia, 17-3. She scored four times and helped on four others. Bereit is fourth in the ODAC in assists (23) and eighth in points (56).
|April 7, 2014
Garcia, a senior from Plantation, Fla., racked up an 11-point week as the Quakers won two ODAC road games, making it six wins in seven for GC. Garcia scored notched eight points in a 15-10 win at Roanoke, including six tallies in the second half push away from a 6-6 tie at the half. Garcia followed with two goals and an assist in a 12-7 triumph at Bridgewater. Garcia currently leads the ODAC in goals scored with 54 and second in points with 69. For her career, she sits fourth in the ODAC history with 327 points and fifth with 255 goals.
|March 31, 2014
Colley, a senior from Wells, Maine, increased her margin on the ODAC points and assists leads as she picks up her third straight weekly award. Colley led Guilford to a 1-1 showing as she scored seven times and dished out three assists in a 20-18 loss to Farmingdale State, which is receiving recognition towards the latest IWLCA national poll. It marks her second game with 10 or more points this season. Colley followed with three goals and four assists in an 18-5 triumph against Sweet Briar. She picked up nine ground balls on the week while also causing four turnovers. College leads the ODAC in points (69) and assists (31). She's third in goals scored (38).
2013 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week
|April 22, 2013
Colley, a junior from Wells, Maine, picks up her second straight weekly honor after leading the Quakers to wins over Roanoke and Washington and Lee. The two victories gave Guilford their first undefeated conference season at 10-0 and the top seed heading into the ODAC Tournament. College scored 11 times and dished out four assists between the two contests. She had a career-high seven goals with two assists as the Quakers' recovered from a 12-9 second-half deficit. Colley came back with four goals and two helpers in an 11-6 triumph over the Generals, increasing GC's winning streak to 14 games. She has increased her season point total to 110, one shy of teammate E'leyna Garcia for the most in school history. Also second in the ODAC in goals scored (71) and assists (39), Colley moved into a share of third place on Guilford's career scoring chart with 188 points (119g, 69a).
|April 15, 2013
Colley, a junior from Wells, Maine, helped Guilford to a trio of wins last week that extended the Quakers' school-record winning streak to 12 games. Colley notched 21 points on the week with 14 goals and seven assists. She also picked up 10 groundballs, controlled 11 draws and caused seven turnovers. In a win at Hollins to open the week, Colley notched four goals and two assists. She followed that with four goals and three assists in a 17-4 win over Shenandoah, which marked the first conference loss in eight tries for SU. Colley capped her week with six goals and pair of helpers in a 17-11 non-conference win over Marymount (Va.). Colley is second in the ODAC in points (95), goals (60) and assists (35). She is now fourth all-time at Guilford with 173 career points.
|April 8, 2013
Bereit, a sophomore from Latrobe, Pa., helped lead Shenandoah to a pair of ODAC wins over the past week. She opened the stanza with two goals and an assist in an 11-7 win over Washington and Lee. She was 1-of-1 on free-position shots and corralled a draw. Bereit followed that with a hat-trick and two helpers in an 11-5 Hornetsâ win over Sweet Briar over the weekend. She was 2-of-3 on free-position tries, while grabbing three draws and two ground balls and causing a pair of turnovers. Bereit is currently second for Shenandoah with 44 points on 28 goals and 16 assists.
|April 1, 2013
Bonanno, a junior from Ridgewood, N.J., helped the Hornets to a 2-0 week in ODAC action with a near-NCAA Division III record in the one of the contests. Bonanna opened the week with four assists and seven draw controls in the Maroons 22-1 win over Hollins. At Randolph-Macon on the weekend, Bonanno set an ODAC and Roanoke record with 12 assists as the Maroons topped the Yellow Jackets, 21-11. The assists mark is second all-time in NCAA Division III history, topped by the 14 helpers posted by Krystin Shand from Farmingdale State in 2012. Bonanno had a hand in 15 of the Maroons' 21 goals scored against R-MC as she also tallied three times. For the season, Bonanno leads the ODAC with 44 assists and is third with 68 points. She entered last week's games tied for second in the country with 28 assists.
2012 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week
|April 23, 2012
Buckingham, a senior from Herndon, Va., put a cap to her regular season by capturing two of the biggest awards in Lynchburg women's lacrosse history. Buckingham helped lead the Hornets to a pair of wins over Randolph and Sweet Briar by scoring eight goals with six assists. Those totals helped her become the all-time leader at Lynchburg in pionts with 265 and goals with 192, supplanting 1991 LC grad Dana Hansen in both categories. Buckingham also has 73 assists in her career. For the week, Buckingham also collected 11 draw controls and four ground balls while causing three turnovers.
|April 16, 2012
Freeman, a sophomore from Fairfax, Va., turned in a stellar week on the lacrosse pitch, helping to lead the Eagles to a 2-0 week. In Wednesday’s matchup at Sweet Briar, the sophomore stuck a pair of shots in the back of the net and registered an assist to help lead the Eagles to a 15-12 victory over the Vixens. On Saturday afternoon, Freeman posted a co-game high five goals and dished out a helper to lead the Eagles to a 13-12 double overtime win over the Marlins. The sophomore registered the game-winner in Saturday’s win.
|April 9, 2012
Evarts, a freshman from Golden's Bridge, N.Y., put together possibly the finest week of her rookie campaign with 13 points on 11 goals and two assists during Roanoke's 2-0 week. In a 20-6 win over Randolph, Evarts scored seven times on seven shots while also handing out an assist. She also racked up nine draw controls, six ground balls and caused three turnovers. In a 15-9 win over Sweet Briar, Evarts added four goals and one more helper while picking up one grounder and forcing a pair of turnovers. Evarts is third on Roanoke's squad with 48 points, and is sixth in the ODAC with 39 goals.
|April 2, 2012
Shearin, a senior from Essex Fells, N.J., picks up her second weekly award of the season after helping Washington and Lee to a 3-0 week in ODAC play. Shearin collected 15 points on the week as the Generals moved to the top of the conference with a 5-0 league record. She picked up three goals and two assists in a win over Sweet Briar. Later that day, Shearin tallied four more times and helped out on one other in a triumph over Randolph. She capped her week with three goals and two assists in a win over Virginia Wesleyan. Shearin also grabbed a draw control and two ground balls last week. She leads W&L with 29 points on 22 goals and seven assists.
2011 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week
|April 25, 2011
Valles, a senior from South Windsor, Conn., broke school scoring records in career goals while setting three single-game school records in two ODAC victories last week. She set records in points (14), goals (8) and caused turnovers (7) in a 23-10 win over Virginia Wesleyan on Senior Night. Against Bridgewater, Valles racked up three goals, one assist and 10 groundballs in the 26-8 triumph. Against the Marlins, Valles broke the ODAC’s all-time goals and scoring record and is now ranked sixth in NCAA Div. III history in career points (386).
|April 18, 2011
Anthony, a freshman from Baltimore, Md., helped Hollins record its second straight victory, which proved to be the program's first ODAC win since the 2003 campaign. Anthony set a Hollins' record with 10 goals in the HU's 19-10 win over Randolph College last week. She missed tying the ODAC record by one goal. Anthony added one assist, five draw controls, four groundballs and a pair of caused turnovers. It marked her second straight impressive outing, following a six-goal outburst in a win over Agnes Scott.
|April 11, 2011
Harding, a senior from Waterford, N.Y., stretched her current scoring streak to a team-leading 10 consecutive games by scoring nine goals in a 2-0 week for VWC. She fired in five against Randolph-Macon and added four goals and an assist against Sweet Briar. Harding also picked up 14 ground balls in the two games, won five draw controls and caused two turnovers. She is VWC’s co-leader in points with 41 and team leader in ground balls with 62.
|April 4, 2011
Egan, a junior from Arnold, Md., put together a season-best 27 point week in helping the Yellow Jackets to a 2-1 week. Egan began her scoring explosion with six goals and six assists in a 22-10 win over Notre Dame (Md.). She added three ground balls in that contest. She went on to post seven goals with five assists, two groundballs and one draw control in a 23-14 ODAC win over Bridgewater. She continued her scoring run in a loss to Roanoke to end the week, notching two more goals and another helper. For the week, Egan scored 15 goals and dished out 12 assists. She now leads the ODAC in total points (66), points per game (6.60), assists (34) and assists per game (3.40).
2010 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week
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