Peters, a junior from Larkspur, Calif., helped the nationally 10th-ranked Generals to a trio of wins last week including a pair of ODAC victories as the regular season conclusion draws near. Peters started her week with four goals and three assists to go with four ground balls and a caused turnover in an 18-5 win at Bridgewater. She added an assist, draw control, ground ball, and caused turnover in limited minutes of a 25-0 shutout on the road at Randolph. Peters capped her week with four more points in a 15-7 win over #23 Stevens. She scored two goals and dished out a pair of assists to go with two ground balls and a caused turnover. For the season, Peters is fifth in the ODAC with 51 points on 35 goals and 16 assists.
Women's Lacrosse Honor Roll
Kristen Stark, BC: registered eight points in a 1-1 week. Scored three goals to go with five draw controls, two ground balls, and a caused turnover in an 18-5 setback to W&L. Followed with three goals and two assists to go with four ground balls, a draw control, and a caused turnover in a 18-11 non-conference win over Methodist.
Carter MacLeod, GC: scored twice with two ground balls and two draw controls in a 19-11 setback at LC. Scored a career-best four goals with one assist, two draw controls, a ground ball, and a caused turnover in an 18-9 loss to Shenandoah.
Alicia Sandoval, LC: recorded eight points on three goals and five assists with four ground balls and four caused turnovers in a 19-11 win over Guilford. Scored once with a caused turnover in an 8-6 loss to Randolph-Macon.
Alex Lightfoot, R-MC: became the all-time assists (164) leader at R-MC with eight helpers in a 2-0 showing last week. Dished out six assists with a caused turnover in an 18-6 win over Virginia Wesleyan. Added two more assists in an 8-6 win at Lynchburg.
Maggie Lewis, RC: scored five goals with two draw controls and a ground ball in a 13-11 win at Virginia Wesleyan.
Alyson Bittinger, SU: scored four times to go with three draw controls in the Hornets 18-9 win at Guilford. The victory keeps SU tied with Lynchburg (4-2) for a share of third place in the ODAC standings.