Bre Ingargiola, Virginia Wesleyan, Senior, Forward
Ingargiola, a senior from Bayport, N.Y., scored at least one goal in every game of a 3-0 week for Virginia Wesleyan. She helped the Marlins to a 5-1 win over Hampton Roads rival Christopher Newport with two goals on Wednesday. On Saturday, she notched the game's lone tally to catapult the Marlins to a 1-0 win over previously undefeated Richard Stockton College. She capped her week with a goal and an assist in a 6-0 win over the College of Mt. St. Joseph (Ohio). Ingargiola has scored at least one goal in four straight games and now leads VWC in scoring with 11 points. She's second in the ODAC in points and goals scored (5).
Women's Soccer Honor Roll
Abby Dehoff, Bridgewater (Va.)
- (Sr, MF - Harrisburg, Pa., 6)
Dehoff scored two goals in a 7-0 win over Hood and two more in a 5-1 win over Greensboro. The two goals against Greensboro gave her a streak of three straight games with two goals scored in each game.
Nora Osei, East. Mennonite - (So, F - Springfield, VA, 21)
Osei continued to be one of the best scorers in the ODAC, putting in goals in each of EMU's games last week. Wednesday against Cairn, she notched the game-winner in the 61st minute. Against Marymount, she single-handedly accounted for all of the Lady Royals' offense. Osei was taken down in the box on an attack, and then converted the PK for her fourth goal of the season.
Shelley Hoath, Lynchburg - (Sr, M - Alexandria, VA, 15)
Hoath assisted on all three goals in the win against Averett in the finale of the Shellenberger Classic to advance the Hornets record to 4-0. Hoath's defense led the way against Kenyon, allowing LC to come back for the win. The senior also added the game-winning goal against Southern Virginia to go along with another assist.
Brianne Roth, Randolph - (Sr, M - Yorktown, VA/Grafton, 11)
Roth helped the WildCats to their first-ever 4-0 start in program history, as she scored two goals and dished out an assist on the week. She scored a goal in the 11-0 win over Trinity (DC) on Wednesday, and then played a huge part in a 2-1 win over Bryn Mawr Sunday. She posted the first goal of the game and then assisted on the game-winner minutes later. She now has three goals on the season, which sets a career-high for Roth.
Pierce Bradner, Roanoke - (So, D - Richmond, VA, 22)
Bradner helped the Maroons recover from a 1-0 loss to Averett in the opening game of the Shellenberger Classic by notching the game's only goal in a 1-0 win over Kenyon in RC's second tournament contest on Sunday. The win marked the first for RC this season.
Danielle Burris, Shenandoah - (Fr, - Cooksville, Md., 27)
Burris scored twice and dished out a pair of assists in a 2-1 week for the Hornets. She handed out one helper in a 3-0 win over Catholic, and then notched a pair of goals and assisted on another in a 5-0 whitewashing of Hood.
Ava Simond, Sweet Briar - (Fr, M - Wilder, Vt. / Hartford , 3)
Simond helped the Sweet Briar defense by clearing a pair of would-be goals off the front-post on corner kicks in the Vixens' contest against Bryn Mawr. Her efforts helped SBC pitch a second-half shutout in the 2-0 loss.
Addie Healy, Washington and Lee - (Fr, GK - Waterford, Va., 1)
Healy surrendered just one goal in a 1-1 week for the Generals. She made a pair of saves in a 1-0 loss to Sewanee on Saturday, and followed that with nine saves to earn the shuout in a 1-0 triumph over Rhodes on Sunday.