Kat Francis, Lynchburg, Sr., Midfielder

Kat Francis, Lynchburg, Sr., Midfielder

Francis, a senior from Lebanon, N.J., scored 10 times to lead Lynchburg to a pair of ODAC victories last week.  Francis started her week with a career-high seven goals to go with five draw controls in a 17-5 win at Virginia Wesleyan.  She followed that with a hat-trick and five more draws in a 21-2 triumph over Randolph.  For the season, Francis is seventh in the ODAC with 32 goals scored and 12th with 34 total points.  She's converted eight free-position into goals, which sits fourth in the ODAC.

Women's Lacrosse Honor Roll

Jenna Devilbiss, Bridgewater (Sr. - Mid.)
Devilbiss helped Bridgewater to an 18-4 triumph at Hollins with five goals and four assists go with three ground balls, three draw controls, and a caused turnover. She registered her 100th career point in the victory.

Demming Carlow, Guilford (Jr. - Mid.)
Carlow registered career-high nine points in the Quakers 20-10 triumph over Virginia Wesleyan. She scored five times and dished out four assists to go with two ground balls and a caused turnover.

Alicia Hsieh, Randolph-Macon (So. - Mid.)
Hsieh helped R-MC to a 1-1 week with nine goals.  She started with six goals to go with three ground balls in a 16-8 victory at Shenandoah.  She then scored three times in a 16-13 setback to Catholic.

Nicole Zelnik, Roanoke (Sr. - Att.)
Zelnick led RC to a 1-1 week with six points. She opened with two goals, two ground balls and a caused turnover in a 16-5 setback at Washington and Lee. She followed that with three goals, an assist, and a caused turnover in a 16-5 win over Shenandoah.

Lauren Procaccino, Washington and Lee (Jr. - Att.)
Procaccino scored six times in the Generals 16-5 win over Roanoke.  She added three ground balls and three draw controls.