Carmen Graves, Roanoke, Senior, Forward
Graves, a senior from Christiansburg, Va., helped Roanoke to a 2-0-1 week that including a 1-1 draw with nationally second-ranked Emory University on Sunday. Graves opened her week with two goals in a 6-1 win over Guilford. She followed that with an assist in a 2-0 shutout of Shenandoah for the Maroons' second conference win of the week. Against Emory, Graves supplied Roanoke's scoring effort against the NSCAA Atlantic South Region's top rated squad with a goal in the 56th minutes. Her seven points this week marked the first output for the three-sport star (indoor track, outdoor track) this season.
Women's Soccer Honor Roll
Melanie Waters, Bridgewater (Va.) -
(Jr, F - Pasadena, Md., 18)
Waters recorded a goal and two assists in Bridgewater's 10-0 conference win over EMU. Against Guilford, she scored the game's only goal in the 79th minute to lift the Eagles to a 1-0 victory over the Quakers.
Nora Osei, East. Mennonite - (So, F - Springfield, VA, 21)
Osei earned her first career hat trick on Saturday, scoring three first-half goals at Trinity. She scored just minutes into the game for the first goal of the contest, and then added two more before halftime as EMU rolled 9-0. Just five games into her first full collegiate season, Osei is tied for the ODAC lead with seven goals.
Angela Bosco, Lynchburg - (Jr, F - Huntingdon Station, NY, 10)
Bosco scored four goals over the course of two games, both 4-0 wins over Sweet Briar and Methodist. Her goals against Sweet Briar iced the game for the Hornets. Lynchburg also squared off with fellow nationally-ranked ODAC rival Virginia Wesleyan, recording a 0-0 tie thru 120 minutes.
Erin Hauser, Randolph-Macon - (Sr, F - Keswick, VA, 17)
Hauser led R-MC to two wins this week over undefeated Randolph (5-0) and Emory & Henry (5-2). She recorded two goals in each contest and picked up an assist against the Wasps.
Katherine Tillson, Sweet Briar - (Fr, GK - Mechanicsville, Va., 0)
Tillson made 23 saves in a pair of ODAC contests for Sweet Briar last week. She recorded 14 stops against Lynchburg, helping the defense pitch a second-half shutout with nine saves in the later frame of the 4-0 loss.
Erica Keil, Va. Wesleyan - (Jr, GK - Wayne, N.J., 0)
Keil recorded back-to-back shutouts in a 1-0-1 week for VWC as the Marlins tied No. 11 Lynchburg 0-0 in double overtime and then defeated Hollins 8-0. Keil improved her GAA to 0.39 and her saves% to .857. She has helped the Marlins to record four consecutive shutouts and to improve to 6-0-1 overall.
Haley Ward, Washington and Lee - (So, - Federal Way, Wash., 10
Ward helped Washington and Lee to a 2-0 week as the Generals recorded wins over Hollins (10-0) and Randolph (9-0). Ward scored twice and dished out an assist against Hollins, and then followed that up with another goal and a helper at Randolph.