Standings

RNK Insitutions Conf Overall
1. Scranton 5-0 12-0-2
2. Susquehanna 4-0-1 11-2-2
3. Catholic 3-1-1 8-4-3
4. Moravian 2-2-1 8-3-2
5. Elizabethtown 2-3 4-7-2
6. Drew 0-3-2 6-6-3
  Goucher 0-3-2 4-6-3
8. Juniata 0-4-1 4-9-1
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Athletes of the Week

Athletes Of The Week

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Anna Werner, Susquehanna
Offensive Athlete of the Week Anna Werner Susquehanna (Fr., F - Mohnton, Pa.) Susquehanna University freshman Anna Wener scored three goals on the week including the only goal against Juniata in a 1-0 win on Wednesday. Scored her second goal just over two minutes into the game against Goucher in which she out ran both her defender and the goalkeeper to get the ball in the back of the net and then scored her third goal early in the second half. Werner scored three of the teams five goals in the 2-0 week.
Defensive Athlete of the Week - Colleen Berry, Scranton
Defensive Athlete of the Week Colleen Berry Scranton (Sr., GK - Ridgewood, N.J.) University of Scranton senior Colleen Berry did not allow a goal in 156 minutes as the Royals pushed their shutout streak to seven with a pair of Landmark victories. On Wednesday, she did not face a shot in the opening 66 minutes of a 6-0 win over Drew. Three days later, she had one of her best games of the season, making four saves, two of them rather impressive, in a 3-0 win over Elizabethtown. Three of her saves came in the first half with the Royals holding a 1-0 lead, including a diving stop in the 34th minute on a shot that appeared ticketed for the upper right corner.