Kelli Uresti, Guilford, Fr., Midfielder
Uresti, a freshman from Buda, Texas, paced the Quakers to a 3-0 week with three road wins, including two in conference play. She scored her first two college goals in the Quakers' 5-4 overtime win over crosstown-rival Greensboro College. She followed that with one goal and three assists for a career-high five points in Guilford's 5-1 win at Hollins. She wrapped up her week with two goals in the Quakers' 6-0 road win over Eastern Mennonite. On the season, Uresti is tops on the team with 13 points.
Women's Soccer Honor Roll
Paxton Sauerwald, Bridgewater (Va.) -
(So, F - Roanoke, Va., 21)
Sauerwald scored three goals on Saturday to lead the Eagles to a 6-0 victory over E&H. The hat trick was the first for a BC women's soccer player since the 2009 season. The Eagles also tied Shenandoah, 2-2, in their 1-0-1 week.
Morgan Singer, Lynchburg - (Fr, F - Yorktown, VA, 9)
Morgan netted six goals in two games for the Hornets as they went 2-0 for the week. The freshman from Yorktown, VA scored a goal on her only shot against Meredith to help lock the 3-0 win for the Hornets. Saturday in a 12-0 over Randolph, she scored five more goals on six shots to give her a .857 shot percentage for the week. All six shots she took on goal found the back of the net.
Brianne Roth, Randolph - (Sr, M - Yorktown, VA, 11)
Roth continued her breakout senior season with two goals in a 1-1 week for the WildCats. She netted two scores for her first career multi-goal game in a 4-0 victory over Sweet Briar, including her second penalty kick of the year. She took two shots and scored on both of them against the Vixens. Roth has now scored a team-best six goals on the year, more than doubling her career output before the year started.
Rebekah Adams, Roanoke - (Sr, F - Springfield, VA, 11)
Adams tallied 11 points in two conference wins for the Maroons. She had three goals (on three total shots) in the Maroons 6-1 win over Eastern Mennonite. On Saturday, Adams had just one goal, but dished out three assists to lead RC to a 4-0 win over Sewanee.
Nichole Pratt, Shenandoah - (Fr, GK - Chesapeake, Va., 25)
Pratt helped the Hornets to a 1-0-1 week by allowing just two goals and making five saves in SU's two contests. She made all five saves in a 2-2 tie with Bridgewater in 110 minutes of action. She also started and played 45 minutes in Shenandoah's 9-0 win over Sweet Briar.
Erica Keil, Va. Wesleyan - (Jr, GK - Wayne, N.J., 0)
Keil helped VWC add two more shutouts in a 2-0 week with both wins on the road.. She improved her GAA to 0.28, which is ahead of VWC's current record of 0.37 set in 2006 by All-American Lindsey Williams. Keil's current saves percentage of .900 is the second best in VWC history. VWC has recorded seven shutouts so far this season and is currently 8-0-1 overall and to 3-0-1 in the ODAC.
Haley Ward, Washington and Lee - (So, M - Federal Way, Wash., 10)
Ward had a solid week in helping the Generals to a 1-1 showing. She notched the game's opening goal in a 3-0 road win at Emory & Henry. Although she did not score against Virginia Wesleyan in the second contest of the week, a 1-0 loss to the Marlins, Ward's aggressive play on the offense kept W&L in the game for the entire contest. Multiple shots were inches from the goal and her corner kicks opened up scoring opportunities for the Generals.