Fri Aug 30
Moravian
at Lehigh Invite
Fri Aug 30
Elizabethtown/Susquehanna
at Light Up the Night Invite
Fri Aug 30
Drew
at Ramapo Season Opener
Fri Aug 30
Juniata
at St. Francis Opener
Fri Aug 30
12:00 PM
Moravian
at Penn St.-Harrisburg
Fri Aug 30
2:00 PM
Wilkes
at Susquehanna
Connie Harnum Classic
Fri Aug 30
3:30 PM
Centenary (N.J.)
at Drew
Fri Aug 30
4:00 PM
DeSales
at Moravian
Fri Aug 30
4:00 PM
St. Mary's (Md.)
at Goucher
Fri Aug 30
4:00 PM
Muhlenberg
at Scranton
Fri Aug 30
4:00 PM
Penn St.-Harrisburg
vs. Moravian
@ Greyhound Premiere Invitational
Fri Aug 30
4:00 PM
Susquehanna
at Lycoming
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No Event
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2013 Women's Soccer Players of the Week

 

November 4, 2013  
Offensive Player of the Week

Paula Pryor, Juniata (Sr., F, Westbrookville, N.Y.)

Pryor scored the game-winning goal in Juniata's 3-0 victory over Drew to secure second place in the conference tournament, the Eagles’ highest finish in Landmark history. She also assisted on the team’s second goal of the game. The win marked the fourth league victory for the Eagles setting a program single-season conference wins' record for Juniata. Pryor also scored a goal in Juniata's 6-1 win over Penn State-Altoona. She is currently tied for first in the conference with 15 goals and leads the league with 37 points.

   
Defensive Player of the Week

Lexi Halperin, Catholic (So., GK, River Vale, N.J.)

Halperin went undefeated in goal this week, picking up one shutout en route to a 1-0-1 record. The sophomore had two saves in a 1-0 victory at Washington (Md.). She followed up with a six-save performance at Scranton, allowing just one goal against the high power offense that averaged more than 2.5 goals per game prior to Saturday’s contest.

   
October 28, 2013  
Offensive Player of the Week

Liz Loiodice, Drew (Sr., M, Forest Hill, Md.)

Loiodice moved into the Landmark Conference lead this week in goals and points. She scored twice in Drew’s loss to Scranton and once against Rutgers-Newark on Wednesday, upping her season total to 14. She also launched herself into the Drew record books, moving into eighth all-time in career goals (26) and points (64).

   
Defensive Player of the Week

Juliana Harkavy, Goucher (So., GK, Memphis, Tenn.)

Harkavy tied the Goucher record for shutouts in a season with her sixth shutout of the season against Catholic. On Saturday, she broke the record with a shutout against Susquehanna. Harkavy made 11 saves this week including two in overtime as the Gophers prevailed 1-0 over Susquehanna.

   
October 21, 2013  
Offensive Player of the Week

Gianna Vitolo, Scranton (So., F, Denville, N.J.)

Vitolo had the match-winning goal and an assist in Scranton's 2-0 victory over Susquehanna on Saturday afternoon. She scored on a rebound of a saved shot in the 11th minute to put Scranton ahead. Later, Vitolo sent a perfect cross to teammate Christina Akalski, who scored in the 51st minute for the insurance goal. Vitolo also had a team-high four shots in Scranton's 1-0 win at Penn State-Berks on Wednesday.

   
Defensive Player of the Week

Erin Casey, Scranton (So., D, Hatfield, Pa.)

Casey steadied a Scranton defense that posted a pair of shutouts this week to extend the team's winning streak to 13. She played strong defense in front of a pair of freshmen keepers in a 1-0 win at Penn State-Berks on Wednesday, helping the Royals allow just seven shots and only two on goal. On Saturday, her savvy play along the backline helped lead Scranton to a 2-0 victory and hold Susquehanna to just four shots.

   
October 14, 2013  
Offensive Player of the Week

Kate Masson, Catholic (Sr., M, Merrimack, N.H.)

Masson helped lead the Cardinals to a 2-0 record this week behind two game-winning goals and one assist. On Wednesday, the senior scored her first game-winner in a 3-1 victory at Rutgers-Camden. She followed that up on Saturday at Susquehanna, setting up the first score of the game just five minutes into the contest. Masson then found the back of the net to give the Cardinals a 2-1 lead going into halftime. Her goal proved to be the game-winner again for Catholic in the 3-1 win.

   
Defensive Player of the Week

Devin Kos, Juniata (Fr., D, Bellefonte, Pa.)

Kos anchored the Juniata defense that only allowed two shots in 90 minutes against Goucher on Saturday. The Eagles defense did not allow a single corner kick in the match as the team picked up a 2-1 win.

   
October 7, 2013  
Offensive Player of the Week

Samantha Russo, Scranton (Sr., F, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.)

Russo's hat trick led the Royals to a 5-0 victory over Goucher on Saturday, the Royals' ninth straight win. She scored in the sixth minute for an early 1-0 lead, and then scored twice in a span of 104 seconds in the second half as Scranton turned the match into a rout. She now has a team-high seven goals.

   
Defensive Player of the Week

Kelsy McAnelly, Scranton (Sr., GK, West Chester, Pa.)

McAnelly made two saves in a 2-0 win over Wilkes on Wednesday and one save in a 5-0 victory at Goucher on Saturday. She now has eight wins on the season, including five by shutout. In her career, she has 32 victories and 28 shutouts, the latter ranking second in school history.

   
September 30, 2013  
Offensive Player of the Week

Emma Campbell, Drew (So., F, Cresskill, N.Y.)

Campbell powered the Rangers to their first conference win of the season on Saturday against Catholic. The sophomore scored both goals in a 2-1 victory. The win was the Rangers sixth-straight, improving Drew to 8-1 on the season. The two goals moved Campbell into a tie for 10th place on Drew's all-time goal scoring list with 23. The Rangers added a 4-3 win over Stevens earlier in the week.

   
Defensive Player of the Week

Erin Casey, Scranton (So., D, Hatfield, Pa.)

In her first full match after missing five and parts of others with a back injury, Casey scored on a corner kick in the eighth minute to lift Scranton to a 1-0 victory at Juniata on Saturday. She now has two career goals, both game-winners in conference play. Casey was part of a Scranton defense that shut out Juniata in the first conference game of the season. Earlier in the week, Scranton earned the 2-1 overtime win over Muhlenberg with the Royals’ defense limiting Muhlenberg to just five shots.

   
September 23, 2013  
Offensive Player of the Week

Samantha Russo, Scranton (Sr., F, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.)

Russo had quite a week for Scranton, finishing with three goals and two assists for eight points after scoring just one goal in the Royals' first five matches. She had the team's first two goals and added an assist in a 7-0 thumping of Marywood on Wednesday night. She then came back to score the game-winner 90 seconds before the end of overtime in a 3-2 victory at Farmingdale State on Saturday. She added an assist in that win, giving her 10 points on the season, tied for the team lead. She now has three game-winning goals on the season and 13 for her career.

   
Defensive Player of the Week

Katie Szczur, Juniata (Jr., D, Johnstown, Pa.)

Szczur was critical in the center back position in both wins for Juniata this week helping improve the team to 7-0. She helped the Eagles’ defense to allow just one goal as the team posted a shutout against St. Vincent and a 4-1 win over Lycoming. Szczur notched her first career goal on an unassisted corner kick for the game winner against Lycoming.

   
September 16, 2013  
Offensive Player of the Week

Kirsten Schall, Moravian (Jr., M, Tinton Falls, N.J.)

Schall led Moravian with seven points last week in a 2-0 week for the Greyhounds. She finished with two goals and three assists. Schall had two goals and an assist in a 5-0 win over Neumann University including the game-winning goal in the 13th minute. She added two assists in the Greyhounds' 3-0 win versus Centenary.

   
Defensive Player of the Week

Kaitlyn Greeley, Scranton (So., D, Bardonia, N.Y.)

Greeley, who has missed most of the past two seasons with knee injuries, scored the second goal of her career in Scranton's 7-0 win at Delaware Valley on Saturday. She also helped the Royals limit the Aggies to just two shots in the shutout win.

   
September 9, 2013  
Offensive Player of the Week

Kirsten Schall, Moravian (Jr., MF, Tinton Falls, N.J.)

Schall helped the Greyhounds to a 1-1 mark last week in non-conference action. Schall netted three goals including both goals in a 3-2 loss to DeSales University to go with an assist for a total of seven points. Schall had 13 shots last week, putting nine of them on goal including five of six shots in a 3-1 win at Ursinus College.

   
Defensive Player of the Week

Kelsy McAnelly, Scranton (Sr., GK, West Chester, Pa.)

McAnelly posted a pair of shutouts in two victories over the weekend. She made four saves in a 1-0 win over Lebanon Valley on Saturday, and then made three saves in a 1-0 win over York a day later. They were her first two shutouts of the season and gave her 25 for her career, tied for second-most in school history.

   
September 3, 2013
 
Offensive Player of the Week

Lindsay Aleman -  Catholic (Fr., F, Hockessin, Del.)

Aleman tallied five points in her collegiate debut for Catholic. She came off the bench to give a spark to the Cardinals, scoring twice on two shots. Aleman wrapped up with an assist on the final goal of the game to lead Catholic to a 4-0 victory over Frostburg State.

   
Defensive Player of the Week

Lexi Halperin - Catholic (So., GK, River Vale, N.J.)

Halperin notched six saves in the season opening shutout of Frostburg State. She anchored a defense that held 2012 All-American Adria Graham to just one shot for the game as Catholic earned the 4-0 win.