ODAC Women's Soccer Players of the Week Archive

2017 Women's Soccer Players of the Week


October 30, 2017
Johnson, a senior from Greenlawn, N.Y., scored two big goals for Shenandoah last week to help them qualify for the ODAC Tournament as the seventh seed. Johnson opened her week by scoring the would-be game-winning goal in the 77th minute of a 3-2 win over Randolph-Macon. She then came thru with the first goal in the final regular season game of the ODAC, helping the Hornets win 3-0 at Emory & Henry and lock up their tournament position. For the season, Johnson has registered nine points on four goals and one assist.

October 23, 2017
Meinhardt, a freshman from Midlothian, Va., helped Virginia Wesleyan maintain its tie atop the ODAC standings with Lynchburg with two more league victories last week. In a week in which the Marlins topped Emory & Henry ,4-0, Meinhardt made her presence felt with three points in a 2-1 victory over Bridgewater. Down 1-0 in the second half, she tucked in the game-tying goal in the 71st minute. The 1-1 score persisted thru regulation and to the 94th minute when Meinhardt picked the right time to register her first assist of the season with a feed to Zoe Traficante for the game-winning tally. The two wins give VWU 21 standings points and tied with Lynchburg with two conference games left to play for each squad. Meinhardt now has seven points on three goals and an assist.

October 16, 2017
Krider, a junior from Arlington, Va., came thru in the clutch for Bridgewater as the Eagles rattled off a pair of ODAC wins to move into a six-way tie on standings points (15) at the top of the conference table. Against Shenandoah, Krider opened the game's scoring with a 10th minute tally that stood up thru more than 55 minutes of action before SU leveled the game in the 66th minute. Just a bit more than four minutes later, Krider returned a full three points to Bridgewater as she again beat the keeper for her second tally and a 2-1 triumph. The Eagles went on to defeat Guilford, 2-0, later in the week. For the season, Krider has registered nine points on three goals and three assists. The two goals were her first since scoring in the first game of the season against Wooster (1-1 draw).

October 9, 2017
Jakubek, a junior from Leesburg, Va., registered 10 points on five goals to help Lynchburgt to a 3-0 week that included a pair of ODAC victories. The Hornets are now 11-1 overall and 4-1 in ODAC play. Jakubek started her week by scoring both goals in a 2-1 victory at Catholic. She fired a shot inside the far post in the seventh minute and then dribbled thru the defense and beat the keeper 1-on-1 in the 33rd minute. Jakubek again found the net twice in a 9-0 victory at Randolph, registering the first just 23-seconds into the contest and notching her second in the 16th minute. She capped her week by scoring the first goal in a 3-0 win at Washington and Lee in the 54th minute. For the season, Jakubek is tied for fifth in the ODAC with 17 points on seven goals and three assists.

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2016 Women's Soccer Players of the Week


October 31, 2016
Jessee, a senior from Roanoke, Va., helped the Generals wrap up the top seed in the upcoming ODAC Tournament with two conference wins last week. After contributing three shots in a 1-0 win at Randolph-Macon, Jessee recorded five points in Washington and Lee's second road win of the week, this one a 4-0 decision at Emory & Henry. She scored twice and dished out an assist. The two wins secured six points in the league table for W&L, leaving them one point clear of Virginia Wesleyan for the tournament's top billing. For the season, Jessee is seventh in the ODAC with 20 points and sixth with nine goals scored.

October 24, 2016
Hayward, a freshman from Haymarket, Va., helped Virginia Wesleyan remain in the top-three in the ODAC standings entering the final week in the Marlins 1-0-1 week. After aiding the VWC attack in a 3-2 win over Bridgewater, Hayward rescued a point from the Marlins' trip to Washington and Lee with both goals in a 2-2 draw. She brought the game to level at 1-1 with her tally in the 25th minute and then put VWC ahead, 2-1, in the 57th minute. For the season, Hayward leads the Marlins and is seventh in the ODAC with seven goals. Her 14 points also lead the squad and sit 12th in the league.

October 17, 2016
Rager, a junior from Laurel, Md., produced in all three ODAC wins for Bridgewater last week, racking up seven total points as Bridgewater moved to within two standings points of the top spot in the conference table. Rager opened with an assist in a 4-0 win over Eastern Mennonite. She added a goal in a 9-0 triumph at Sweet Briar. Rager saved her best for last by registering both goals in a 2-1 victory at Randolph-Macon. She knotted the game with her first tally early in the second half and then slotted home with winner midway thru the first overtime period to lift the Eagles to the win. For the season, Rager is second in the ODAC in points (20), fourth in goals scored (8), and fifth in assists (4).

October 10, 2016
Yergin, a freshman from Warrenton, Va., continues to be a goal scoring machine for Shenandoah as she tallied five times last week to pick up her third straight ODAC weekly award and help the Hornets push their winning streak to seven straight games. Yergin opened her week with three goals and an assist in a 5-1 triumph at Randolph College. She then chipped in two more goals in a 8-0 victory over Emory & Henry. For the season, Yergin leads NCAA Division III with 19 goals scored (tied for tops with 17 as of 10/7/16). Her 41 points top the ODAC ranks.

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2015 Women's Soccer Players of the Week


November 2, 2015
Burris a senior from Cooksville, Md., helped the Hornets lock up the second seed in the upcoming ODAC Tournament with a pair of wins last week, marking Shenandoah's highest women's soccer position since joining the conference nearly four years ago. After aiding a 1-0 win at Bridgewater, Burris exploded for five points in a 3-1 over Guilford. She assisted on the first goal of the contest, and then scored the would-be deciding goal in the 47th minute. She added an insurance goal in the 69th minute to secure the win that put SU one point ahead of W&L in the final standings. Burris is sixth in the ODAC with 23 points and nine goals scored.

October 26, 2015
Whitaker, a sophomore from Roanoke, Va., helped the Maroons to a pair of wins last week, including a 2-0 triumph over regionally-ranked Christopher Newport University. Whitaker started off her week by assisting on a goal in a 3-0 win at Guilford. The Maroons returned home to take on CNU, with Whitaker opening the scoring in the 17th minute via an unassisted effort. She then dished out the assist on Anna Carter's tally in the 44th minute towards an eventual 2-0 win. Whitaker has seven points on two goals and three assists this season.

October 19, 2015
Burris, a senior from Cooksville, Md., put together a nine-point week as Shenandoah won a trio of conference games to move into a tie for second place in the ODAC standings. Burris opened with her biggest goal of the week, tallying in the 27th minute to defeat Washington and Lee, 1-0. She followed that up with a goal and an assist in a 4-0 victory over Randolph College. She finished by notching the second two goals in a 3-0 win at Emory & Henry. Burris is second on the squad with 14 points off five goals and four assists.

October 12, 2015
Singer, a senior from Yorktown, Va., helped the Hornets to a 3-0 week with a trio of ODAC victories. After recording a pair of shots in a 1-0 win at Washington and Lee, Singer got on the scoreboard with the opening tally in a 2-0 win at Randolph-Macon. She followed that by contributing to both goals in a 2-0 victory over Bridgewater, handing out the assist on the Hornets' first goal and finding the back of the net herself with the second. Singer is currently second in the ODAC in assists (6), third in points (20) and fifth in goals scored (7).

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2014 Women's Soccer Players of the Week


November 3, 2014
Burris, a junior from Cooksville, Md., propelled the Hornets to a seeded upset win in the ODAC quarterfinals over regionally-ranked Bridgewater College. Burris opened the game's scoring in the ninth minute, and later added a 38th minute tally for a 2-0 halftime lead. She later added an assist on the game's final goal, pushing the Hornets into the semifinals and a matchup with second-seeded Washington and Lee on Wednesday. Burris ranks eighth in the ODAC with 23 points, leading SU with nine goals and five assists.

October 27, 2014
Woll, a junior from Woodbridge, Va., helped the third-ranked Hornets to a pair of wins last week. LC opened with a 6-0 win at Sweet Briar in which Woll scored the opening goal and later added an assist. The Hornets then headed on the road to New Jersey for a regional clash with Rowan University. Woll scored twice against the regionally fifth-ranked squad, helping LC to a 3-0 win. Woll is currently fifth in the ODAC in points (25) and goals scored (10).

October 20, 2014
Baca, a junior from Mount Airy, Md., helped the Eagles to a pair of big conference wins last week that catapulted BC into a tie for second place in the league standings. Baca scored the second goal in a 2-0 road win at Shenandoah University during the midweek. Over the weekend, she opened the Eagles' scorebook against Virginia Wesleyan with a strike from the top of the box in the ninth. BC added two more insurance goals in the second half on the way to a 3-0 triumph. Baca is third in the ODAC with 33 points and 15 goals scored.

October 13, 2014
Major, a sophomore from Harrisburg, Pa., helped the Hornets to a 2-0 week in conference play, running Shenandoah's record to 5-3 in in ODAC competition and fifth in the league standings. Major scored four goals on the week, two in each contest. She netted tallies in the 45th and 50th minutes in a 6-1 win over Eastern Mennonite. She followed that with the first two goals -- in the 28th and 38th minutes -- in a 3-0 triumph at Guilford. Major now has five goals on the season, second-best on the squad.

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2013 Women's Soccer Players of the Week


November 4, 2013
Dupuy, a junior from Lynchburg, Va., helped the Hornets to a pair of wins last week. In the regular season finale, she notched two goals and dished out an assist in LC's 12-0 triumph over Randolph. The win secured a perfect conference season for LC, and locked up the top seed in the ODAC tournament. In the Hornets' quarterfinal matchup with Eastern Mennonite, Dupuy scored three times and handed out an assist in a 12-1 victory over the Royals. LC moves on to face Shenandoah in the semifinals. Dupuy now leads the ODAC in points (40) and goals scored (18).

October 28, 2013
Bosco, a senior from Huntington Station, N.Y., helped the Hornets to a pair of wins to solidify their spot atop the ODAC standings. She opened the week with an assist in an 11-0 triumph against Sweet Briar. On the weekend, she followed up with the only goal in a 1-0 victory over Washington and Lee, which put Lynchburg alone at the top of the conference table. Bosco is fourth in the ODAC with 22 points on nine goals and four assists.

October 21, 2013
Jessee, a freshman from Roanoke, Va., helped the Generals to a pair of ODAC wins over Guilford (5-0) and Sweet Briar (10-0), helped W&L remain unbeaten at 9-0 in ODAC play. She scored twice at Guilford and followed that with her first career hat-trick in the win at Sweet Briar. Jessee has 15 points on seven goals and an assist this season.

October 14, 2013
Barnes, a sophomore from Elgin, Ill., helped lead Roanoke to a pair of conference wins over Randolph and Virginia Wesleyan. Barnes opened her week with a career-best four goals in a 6-0 win over the WildCats. The four tallies tied RC's single-game scoring record. She followed that up with one of two goals in the Maroons' 2-0 win over the Marlins. Roanoke has now won four straight games, all coming in conference action. Barnes leads the team with 12 points on six goals.

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2012 Women's Soccer Players of the Week


October 29, 2012
Hall, a freshman from Salem, Va., helped send the Hornets to the semifinals of the ODAC tournament as part of a 2-0 week for Shenandoah. Hall opened her week with a goal in the Hornets' 7-0 win over Hollins in their season finale. Against second-seeded Washington and Lee in the ODAC quarterfinals, Hall assisted Kari Delamarre-Brand on the game's first. Hall later came back to provide the winner for the seventh-seeded Hornets as she tallied in the 103rd minute in double-overtime to set up an all-Hornets semifinal with Lynchburg College.

October 22, 2012
Rush, a sophomore from Cornelius, N.C., helped the Generals to a 2-0 week with a pair of ODAC wins. The striker scored twice and assisted on another in W&L's 6-0 win at home against Guilford during the midweek. She came back on the weekend with the game's only tally in a 1-0 road win at Randolph-Macon. She notched that winner in the 51st minute to keep W&L in the second position in the ODAC standings entering the final week of regular season play. Rush is eighth in the ODAC with 28 points and fifth with 12 goals scored.

October 15, 2012
Dupuy, a sophomore from Lynchburg, Va., picks up her second straight weekly award after scoring seven times last week to lead the Hornets to a 2-0-1 week. With LC leading 1-0 against Randolph-Macon, Dupuy broke the game open with four straight tallies to push the Hornets to a 5-0 conference win. She followed that up by helping LC claw out of a 2-0 hole as she notched the first of Lynchburg's two goals in a 2-2 tie with Roanoke College. She finished her week with two more goals in a 4-1 win over regionally-ranked Salisbury University. She notched the would-be game-winner for a 2-1 lead at halftime, and then added some insurance with the fourth goal of the game in the 76th minute. For the season, Dupuy is tied for second in the ODAC with 12 goals and is tied for fifth with 26 points.

October 8, 2012
Dupuy, a sophomore from Lynchburg, VA., helped the Hornets to a pair of league wins last week. DuPuy, the reigning ODAC Co-Rookie of the Year, opened her week with a tally in LC's 3-0 home win over Emory & Henry. She followed that by scoring at just about the last possible opportunity in the Hornets' 1-0 double-overtime victory at Bridgewater. She notched the game's lone goal with just 52-seconds left on the 2-OT clock via an unassisted effort. DuPuy, who helped LC stay undefeated on the season, now has seven goals and is third on the team with 16 points.

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2011 Women's Soccer Players of the Week


October 31, 2011
Graves, a junior from Christiansburg, Va., earns her second straight weekly award after leading the Maroons to a trio of wins last week. In the ODAC regular season finale against the Quakers, Graves scored the only goal of a 1-0 win to help Roanoke secure the third seed in the ODAC Tournament. On Tuesday against non-conference Mary Washington, Graves again slotted home the game's only tally with a header in the 49th minute. Then against GC in the ODAC Quarterfinals, Graves scored the second goal in a 2-0 win to propel the Maroons into the ODAC semifinals. Graves has a team-best nine goals on the season.

October 24, 2011
Graves, a junior from Christiansburg, Va., notched a pair of goals to help Roanoke to a 2-0 week in ODAC action. She began her week by scoring the game's only goal in the 16th minute of a 1-0 win at Guilford. Then again on the road, this time at Randolph-Macon, Graves found the back of the net in the 49th minute for a 2-0 lead that eventually grew into a 3-0 victory for the Maroons. Graves leads Roanoke with 17 points on seven goals and three assists.

October 17, 2011
Bosco, a sophomore from Huntington Station, N.Y., helped lead Lynchburg to a pair of ODAC victories last week. She had a hand in both goals of the Hornets 2-0 win over Roanoke to open the week. She assisted Jessica Gonzalez on the game's first goal in the 20th minute, and then notched LC's second tally in the 48th minute. Later in the week, she recorded an assist in the Hornets' 7-0 win over Randolph. Bosco is third on the team with 12 goals and five assists. She is tied for third in the ODAC in goals scored and sits fourth in points (29).

October 10, 2011
Leary, a senior from Cincinnati, Ohio, posted two shutouts on the week, including a 3-0 win over Hollins on Tuesday and a 0-0 double-overtime draw with Lynchburg College on Saturday. During the match against Lynchburg, Leary came up with a key save in the 109th minute after LC was awarded a penalty kick after one of its players was taken down on the edge of the Generals box. Leary made a diving save to her left, preserving the scoreless draw. This season, Leary leads the ODAC in goals against (1), goals-against average (0.08) and save percentage (.957), while also posting 10 shutouts. Currently, she has 32 career shutouts, just two short of tying the career record at W&L (Kiki Moreo ’08, 34). As of last week’s NCAA national statistics, Leary ranked second in the nation in goals-against average (0.098) and fourth in save percentage (.944).

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2010 Women's Soccer Players of the Week


November 1, 2010
Klippstein, a junior from Springfield, Va., tied a school-record with five goals on Saturday afternoon as the top-seeded Lynchburg College women's soccer team defeated #8 Guilford College, 9-0, in the first round of the ODAC Tournament. She also added a score earlier in the week in a 3-0 win at Eastern Mennonite. Klippstein is currently second in the ODAC in goals scored (14) and third in points (29).

October 25, 2010
Yoder, a freshman from Plain City, Ohio, scored three goals in a pair of important victories for Eastern Mennonite. For the week, she finished with three goals and one assist. In Tuesday’s 6-0 win over the WildCats, Yoder scored the game’s first goal just 8:34 into play. She made it 3-0 with another score just 4:35 into the second half and later added an assist. In Saturday’s match with Guilford, Yoder provided the game’s only score with 7:42 remaining on the clock, which helped secure the Royals' entry into the upcoming ODAC tournament. Yoder has now scored in EMU’s last three games and she is third on the team with six goals and 13 points.

October 18, 2010
Waters, freshman from Pasadena, Md., scored a goal in each game this past week to help the Eagles pick up a pair of conference wins. Waters scored the first goal in a 3-1 victory over rival EMU. She also scored a goal in a 2-0 victory over Guilford. For the season, Waters leads the Eagles in points (18) and goals (8). Her point total is fifth in the ODAC while her goals scored sit in a tied for third.

October 11, 2010
Kwiatkowski, a senior from Mount Jackson, Va., earns her second weekly honor of the season. Kwiatkowski led the Hornets to a 2-0 week in conference play. She scored the game’s only goal Friday against Washington & Lee in an important conference victory on Senior Night. Kwiatkowski scored two goals, including the game's opening tally, on Wednesday in a 5-0 win over Guilford in Greensboro.

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2009 Women's Soccer Players of the Week


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