2013-14 Women's Soccer Athletes of the Week

  • Offensive Athlete of the Week - Lauren Berry, Elizabethtown
    November 03, 2014
    (Jr., F, Dillsburg, Pa.) Berry scored two goals and assisted on one more to lead Elizabethtown to a 4-3 come-from-behind victory at Scranton Saturday that locked up the No. 2 seed for the Blue Jays in the Landmark Conference Championship. Berry assisted Deanna Slater's goal in the 30th minute as E-town cut a 2-0 Scranton lead in half. She would score her 10th goal of the year in the 47th minute to tie it and then net the eventual game winner on a PK in the 88th. Berry now has 11 goals and 6 assists for a team-high 28 points on the season.
  • Defensive Athlete of the Week - Kerry Leonard, Juniata
    November 03, 2014
    (Fr., GK, Cockeysville, Md.) Leonard turned in a career performance in the final regular season game of the season against Catholic on Saturday. She faced 22 shots and turned away a whopping 21 as Juniata and Catholic played to a 1-1 tie. She leads the Landmark in total saves with 82 and is fourth in save percentage with .766.
  • Offensive Athlete of the Week - Kirsten Wosleger, Catholic
    October 27, 2014
    (Jr., M, Rockville Centre, N.Y.) Wosleger scored both goals for Catholic in a 2-0 win at Goucher on Wednesday. She came back adn tallied her third goal of the week in a 4-1 win at Susquehanna on Saturday. The Cardinals clinched the top seed in the Landmark tournament while improving to 6-0 in the conference.
  • Defensive Athlete of the Week - Erin Casey, Scranton
    October 27, 2014
    (Jr., D, Hatfield, Pa.) Casey helped Scranton earn two shutouts this week and clinch a spot in the Landmark playoffs. In Wednesday's 2-0 win over Penn State-Berks, she helped the Royals hold the Nittany Lions to eight shots and only four on goal. On Saturday, Casey scored her first goal of the season in the second minute to lead Scranton to a 2-0 win at Moravian. Her header off a corner kick was her fifth career goal and fourth career game-winner.
  • Offensive Athlete of the Week - Alexa Povelaitis, Catholic
    October 20, 2014
    (Fr., M, Parlin, N.J.) Povelaitis scored the game-winning goal on Saturday in Catholic’s win over Scranton. The Royals tied the game in the 73rd minute, eventually forcing overtime. Povelaitis ended the game with a header off of a corner kick in the 92nd minute to give the Cards the win and end Scranton’s 35-game unbeaten streak against conference foes.
  • Defensive Athlete of the Week - Jordyn Slocum, Susquehanna
    October 20, 2014
    (So., GK, Eagleville, Pa.) Slocum went 110 scoreless minutes for Susquehanna in the team’s scoreless tie against Moravian on Saturday. The sophomore goalkeeper made six saves to preserve the shutout. Slocum helped the Crusaders pick up their first point in the Landmark standings since 2012.
  • Offensive Athlete of the Week - Lauren Berry, Elizabethtown
    October 13, 2014
    (Jr., F, Dillsburg, Pa.) Berry helped the Blue Jays to a three-win week thanks in part to nine points in those three games. Berry recorded a hat trick on Wednesday at home against Washington (Md.) in a 4-1 win. She followed that up with the game-winning goal on the road at Susquehanna on Saturday. On Sunday, she provided the assist on Trisha Clark's goal, which turned out to be the eventual game-winner. Berry had four of the Jays' seven goals during the week.
  • Defensive Athlete of the Week - Dana Robidoux, Elizabethtown
    October 13, 2014
    (Jr., GK, Kennett Square, Pa.) Robidoux allowed just one goal in 270 minutes of action this past week, including two shutouts. She made seven saves in the Jays' most recent win, a 2-0 shutout victory over Christopher Newport on Sunday. Elizabethtown also picked up wins against Washington (Md.) and Susquehanna earlier in the week.
  • Offensive Athlete of the Week - Kirsten Wosleger, Catholic
    October 06, 2014
    (Jr., M, Rockville Centre, N.Y.) Wosleger racked up three points for Catholic in the team’s 4-2 win at Moravian on Saturday. She assisted on the first goal of the game to put the Cardinals ahead 1-0 in the 31st minute of play. After Catholic went ahead 3-0, Moravian cut the lead to one before Wosleger added an insurance goal in the 86th minute to seal the 4-2 win.
  • Defensive Athlete of the Week - Kerry Leonard, Juniata
    October 06, 2014
    (Fr., GK, Cockeysville, Md.) Leonard stopped six shots and earned the shutout as Juniata tied Scranton 0-0 on Saturday. It was her third straight shutout and her fifth for the season as the Eagles moved into a tie for second in the Landmark standings with four points. The tie marked the first shutout for Juniata against the Royals as Scranton held an 8-0 advantage over the Eagles entering Saturday’s game.
  • Offensive Athlete of the Week - Lindsay Aleman, Catholic
    September 29, 2014
    (So., F, Hockessin, Del.) Aleman rattled off three goals, including the game-winner, against Mary Washington on Tuesday to help Catholic earn the 6-0 win. The sophomore forward added a shot in the Cardinals’ 1-0 win against Elizabethtown on Saturday.
  • Defensive Athlete of the Week - Sarah Madden, Catholic
    September 29, 2014
    (So., D, Yardley, Pa.) Madden played every minute in both games this week at center back as Catholic earned two shutouts. In Tuesday’s game against Mary Washington, Madden and the Cardinals’ defense held the Eagles to just five shots. She also contributed to the offense with a goal in the 72nd minute. Madden helped Catholic hold off a potent Elizabethtown offense on Saturday to open conference play with the 1-0 win.
  • Offensive Athlete of the Week - Kirsten Schall, Moravian
    September 22, 2014
    (Sr., F, Tinton Falls, N.J.) Schall kept her torrid scoring streak with three more goals in a 2-0 week. Schall netted the second goal in Moravian's 2-0 win over Bryn Mawr, and then she had the first and last goals in a 3-0 shutout of Delaware Valley. Schall scored on three of her seven shots on goal during the week, and she now has nine goals in the Hounds last four games, all victories, with at least one tally in each match.
  • Defensive Athlete of the Week - Kendra Mancino, Elizabethtown
    September 22, 2014
    (Sr., D, Lancaster, Pa.) Mancino anchored a defense that allowed just three shots over the 90 minutes in Saturday's 5-0 shutout win over Penn State Harrisburg. As the leader of the back line, Mancino and the E-town defense have yet to allow a goal through the first five games as the E-town goalkeepers have only need to combine to make nine saves in 450 minutes. Only once in five games has an opponent registered more than three shots.
  • Offensive Athlete of the Week - Kirsten Schall, Moravian
    September 15, 2014
    (Sr., F, Tinton Falls, N.J.) Schall had her first two career hat tricks last week leading the Greyhounds to a pair of 5-1 non-conference victories. Schall scored three times in five shots on goal in a victory at Neumann University Wednesday night. She followed it up with another hat trick at Centenary College on Saturday afternoon, scoring three times on four shots including the game-winning goal. Schall has moved to fifth in school history with 26 career goals, and she is tied for fifth in career scoring with 69 points.
  • Defensive Athlete of the Week - Tricia Colucci, Catholic
    September 15, 2014
    (Sr., D, Rehoboth Beach, Del.) Colucci helped to anchor the Catholic defense this week. The Cardinals picked up a shutout in a scoreless tie against St. Mary’s (Md.) and earned the 2-1 win at Frostburg. Colucci and the rest of the defense allowed just one goal in 200 minutes of action this week.
  • Offensive Athlete of the Week - Lauren Fredericks, Elizabethtown
    September 08, 2014
    (Jr., D, Clayton, N.J.) Elizabethtown junior Lauren Fredericks is a key component to the Jays' defense, but in last Wednesday night's victory over 2013 NCAA Division III participant York (Pa.), the starting right back had the most important play offensively in the shutout win. Just 2:33 into the match, Fredericks won a 50-50 ball in York's 18-yard box, beat a defender, and hammered home her first goal of the season, which would end up being the only goal of the game. Defensively, Fredericks was a menace, thwarting several Spartan advances toward the E-town net.
  • Defensive Athlete of the Week - Lexi Halperin, Catholic
    September 08, 2014
    (Jr., GK, River Vale, N.J.) Halperin played all 190 minutes in goal this week as Catholic went 2-0. The junior goalkeeper allowed one goal in an overtime win over Hood, before posting her second shutout of the season in a 6-0 win over Cabrini. Halperin finished with two saves and a 0.47 goals against average this week.
  • Offensive Athlete of the Week - Kaylre Greaves, Catholic
    September 02, 2014
    (Sr., F, Ocean, N.J.) Greaves scored a goal in each game at the Farmingdale State tournament this weekend as Catholic opened the season with two wins. She tallied the game-winner against Western Connecticut as the team posted a 3-0 shutout. On Saturday, the Cardinals were trailing 1-0 early against Farmingdale, but Greaves responded with the game-tying goal less than a minute later. Catholic went on to win 2-1 and Greaves finished with two goals on three shots in the two games.
  • Defensive Athlete of the Week - Lexi Rudolph, Goucher
    September 02, 2014
    (Jr., GK, Kensington, Md.) Rudolph helped Goucher post two shutouts this weekend. The junior goalkeeper made five stops in the team’s scoreless tie against William Paterson on Friday before adding a save in 81 minutes of action against Eastern Mennonite. The Gophers finished with the 2-0 win over EMU on Saturday. Rudolph entered the season with the lowest career GAA in the history of Goucher's women's soccer program at 0.98. After just two games this season, she's lowered it to 0.83.