2015 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week

  • Megan Schallock, Virginia wesleyan, Fr., Midfielder
    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.
  • Liz Bereit, Shenandoah, Sr., Midfielder
    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).
  • Claire Feeney, Roanoke, Jr., Midfielder
    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.
  • Darragh Evarts, Roanoke, Sr., Attack
    April 06, 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.
  • Caroline Carozza, Lynchburg, Jr., Attack
    March 30, 2015
    Carozza, a junior from Salisbury, Md., led Lynchburg to a pair of ODAC wins last week as she put up a 16-point week. In a 20-7 triumph at Guilford, Carozza scored six times and dished out four assists to go with a caused turnover. She followed that with two goals and four more helpers as the Hornets stayed on the road for a 10-7 win at Bridgewater. For the season, Carozza now leads the ODAC with 45 points. She's second with 18 assists and sixth with 27 goals scored.
  • Melissa Coggins, Washington and Lee, Jr., Attack
    March 23, 2015
    Coggins, a junior from St. John's, Fla., proved a playmaker in the Generals' ODAC wins over Shenandoah and Lynchburg. Against SU, Coggins scored once and dished out an assist with a ground ball and a draw control in a 9-6 triumph at Shenandoah. At Lynchburg, Coggins had a hand in six of W&L's nine goals as she scored once and setup five other goals towards a 9-4 victory. Coggins now has 15 points on three goals and 12 assists, the latter ranking third in the ODAC.
  • Liz Bereit, Shenandoah, Sr., Midfielder
    March 16, 2015
    Bereit, a senior from Latrobe, Pa., helped the Hornets to a pair of wins last week, including one over ODAC foe Lynchburg. Bereit opened with six goals and one assist in a 20-6 triumph over St. Vincent. She also collected five ground balls and four draws with two caused turnovers. Against LC, Bereit scored five times, including the game-winning tally with 15.6 seconds to play. She added two ground balls and four draw controls. Bereit is currently third in the ODAC with 24 points and second with 21 goals scored.
  • Taylor Klevenz, Randolph, Sr., Midfielder
    March 09, 2015
    Klevenz, a senior from Cherry Hill, N.J., helped the WildCats to a 2-0 week with wins over Southern Virginia (16-8) and Marywood (14-6). Klevenz racked up 13 points over the two contests, starting with five goals and an assist against SVU. She collected a program-record 14 draws in that contest, also adding four ground balls and a caused turnover. Against Marywood, Klevenz came up one goal shy of the WildCats' record with six goals to go with an assist. She gathered eight ground balls and seven draws while also forcing seven turnovers. For the season, Klevenz is tied for second in the ODAC with 14 points and is third with 12 goals.
  • Shannon Jamieson, Randolph-Macon, Jr., Attack
    March 02, 2015
    Jamieson, a junior from Cypress, Texas, helped the Yellow Jackets open their season with a 2-0 week with wins over Marymount University and Christopher Newport University. She scored six goals overall, starting with three in a 12-8 win at Marymount (Va.). She followed that with a second hat trick in a 12-9 triumph over CNU. She was 3-for-4 in free position goals for the week. Her six goals are fifth in the ODAC in the early going.
  • Rachel Levy, Shenandoah, Fr., Goalkeeper
    February 23, 2015
    Levy, a freshman from Mahopac, N.Y., helped Shenandoah to a 1-1 showing in its first two games of the season. The Hornets goalkeeper made 20 combined saves. She had 10 stops in the season-opening loss to Mary Washington (15-6). She helped SU rebound against Lebanon Valley, making 10 more saves to preserve an 8-7 victory. Six came in the second-half.
  • Lauren Procaccino, Washington and Lee, So., Attack
    February 16, 2015
    Procaccino, a sophomore from Manhasset, N.Y., started off her second season in Lexington with a bang as she helped the Generals to a 12-7 season-opening road win at Christopher Newport. Procaccino scored five unassisted goals. Four of her tallies came in the first half as W&L built an 8-5 lead. She gave the Generals their largest lead at 11-5 with 13:23 to play.