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RNK Insitutions Conf Overall
1. Catholic 5-0 6-7
  Elizabethtown 5-0 13-2
3. Scranton 3-2 11-3
  Susquehanna 3-2 8-7
5. Juniata 2-3 5-7
6. Goucher 1-4 6-7
  Moravian 1-4 4-10
8. Drew 0-5 1-12
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Field Hockey Landmark Announces Athletes of the Week October 15, 2018 TOWSON, Md. - The Landmark Conference has released the Athletes of the Week. The conference will recognize a student-athlete for each sport based on their contributions to their team throughout the... Readmore

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Athletes of the Week

Athletes Of The Week

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Maggie Fees, Elizabethtown
Offensive Athlete of the Week Maggie Fees Elizabethtown (Sr, D - Orrtanna, Pa.) Elizabethtown senior Maggie Fees recorded points in both games this past week and extended her point-scoring streak to five straight games. Fees had a goal and an assist for E-town in a 4-0 win over Moravian. She added her fifth assist of the season on Saturday against Scranton and also scored what ended up as the deciding goal in the shootout.
Defensive Athlete of the Week - Margo Donlin, Elizabethtown
Defensive Athlete of the Week Margo Donlin Elizabethtown (Sr, G - Wilmington, Del.) It was another two-win week for Elizabethtown and senior goalie Margo Donlin. In last Wednesday's win over Moravian, Donlin made two saves to earn her seventh shutout, which ties her for seventh-most in NCAA Division III and leads the Landmark Conference. The Blue Jays won Saturday's shootout 2-1 over Scranton with Donlin forcing misses on four of the Royals' 5 attempts, including forcing the final shot wide to give E-town the win and clinch a home semifinal for the Jays. She made four saves in the game, had six for the week, and allowed just one goal in 160 minutes.