Hsieh, a sophomore from Ellicott City, Md., picks up her second weekly award of the season after posting a 14-point week and leading Randolph-Macon to a pair of ODAC victories. In a 16-4 road win at Lynchburg, Hsieh beat the keeper six times and dished out three assists for nine points. She added four draw controls, two ground balls and two caused turnovers. Hsieh continued her hot streak with five goals in a 17-10 triumph over Guilford. She chipped in seven draw controls, two ground balls, and a pair of forced miscues. For the season, Hsieh leads the ODAC with 48 goals scored. She's second in points with 55 when adding in seven assists. She had notched at least one goal in all 12 games played this season.
Women's Lacrosse Honor Roll
Rachel Gruber, Bridgewater (Jr. - GK)
Gruber helped Bridgewater to a 1-1 ODAC week with 33 saves over the two contest. She made 13 stops and helped Virginia Wesleyan scoreless for a 27-minute stretch during the Eagles 13-10 road victory. She came back with 20 saves in a 15-8 setback to Roanoke. She posted a 56.9 save percentage for the week and is the only keeper in the conference with a 50-percent mark or better for the season.
Marina Bailey, Guilford (Sr. - Mid.)
Bailey registered eight points in the Quakers 0-2 showing. She scored five times with two draw controls, two ground balls and a caused turnover in a 19-9 setback at Roanoke. She added three more tallies with two draws, three ground balls, and three caused turnovers in a 17-10 loss at Randolph-Macon.
Claire Feeney, Roanoke (Sr. - Att.)
Feeney kept a firm grasp on the ODAC points lead (72) with 13 points on 10 goals and three assists in the Maroons two ODAC wins last week. She scored five times and dished out a pair of assists in a 19-9 victory over Guilford. She added four draw controls in that contest. In a 15-8 win at Bridgewater, she notched five more goals with one helper and seven draw controls.
Abby Zorrilla, Shenandoah (So. - Mid.)
Zorrilla helped Shenandoah to its first two ODAC wins of the season with a 12-point week. In a 19-3 win at Randolph, she scored four times and dished out an assist to go with three ground balls and a draw control. She continued with five goals and two helpers in the Hornets 16-2 triumph over Virginia Wesleyan. She added three ground balls and a caused turnover.
Maddy Graves, Washington and Lee (Fr. - Att.)
Graves helped the Generals to a 21-1 victory at Randolph in its only contest of the week. She scored four times and dished out one assist in the first half. She also added a draw control.