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2003 NCAC Women's Soccer Players of the Week

November 9, 2003

In an NCAC Tournament semifinal matchup, Denison senior Jess Leahy 
(Worthington, OH/Worthington Kilbourne) recorded four saves against 
Ohio Wesleyan, giving the Big Red their first shutout over the Bishops 
since Nov. 12, 2000.  In the tourney final, she held Wooster to one 
goal in 110 minutes and stopped two shots in the ensuing shootout to 
lead Denison to its first NCAC tournament championship. Leahy had six 
saves on the week and lowered her GAA to 0.86.
November 2, 2003

Ohio Wesleyan sophomore forward Sarah Wall (Upper Arlington, OH/Upper 
Arlington) tied a school record for goals (4) and set a school record for 
points (9) in a game against Earlham. She scored four of the first five 
goals and assisted on the other. Wall's four goals tied the Bishop record 
set by Kerry McGuire in 1986 and tied by three others, including Katy 
Sturtz (twice in 1998 and once in 2000). The assist bumped her total to nine 
points in the game, breaking the school record of eight shared by four 
previous Bishop athletes. The four-goal outburst came on the 17th anniversary 
of the first time an Ohio Wesleyan player scored four goals in a game 
(Kerry McGuire, 11/1/1986 vs. Wooster). In one-plus seasons, Wall now has 
46 goals (fourth all-time at OWU), 26 career assists (tied for fifth all-
time at OWU) and 118 career points (fourth all-time at OWU). Wall opened 
the week with a goal and an assist in OWU's 9-0 win over Ohio Dominican.
October 26, 2003

Kenyon's Annie Brobst (Columbus, OH/Alternative) scored once in each of 
Ladies' two victories last week.   The wins kept Kenyon in the hunt for 
a spot in the upcoming NCAC tournament. She has a team-best six goals this
October 19, 2003
Allegheny senior forward Jill Malone (Moon Township, PA/Moon Township) 
netted her fourth and fifth goals of the season, both gamewinners, in wins 
over Penn State-Behrend (1-0) and Wittenberg (1-0). Malone leads the Gators 
with 13 points as Allegheny has not lost a game since starting the season 
October 12, 2003

Denison freshman Anne Young (Columbus, OH/Worthington-Kilbourne) scored her 
first goal of the match six minutes into the contest and netted her second 
goal of the contest with six minutes remaining, leading Denison to a 2-0 
victory over Wooster. Young leads the Big Red with eight goals this season 
and is fourth in the NCAC, averaging 1.33 points per game.
October 5, 2003

Allegheny senior Teresa Lettrich (Allison Park, PA/Shady Side Academy) scored a pair of unassisted
goals in the last 4:37 of the game to lift the NCAC-leading Gators to a 3-1 victory over Earlham.  
It was Allegheny's seventh straight win.
September 28, 2003

Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Sarah Wall (Columbus, OH/Upper Arlington) scored a hat trick in the 
first half against Wilmington. The Bishops won 4-0 in a rematch of last fall's NCAA regional 
championship. Wall followed up with two goals in OWU's NCAC opener at Oberlin. 
September 21, 2003

Allegheny junior Ashley Kittridge (McMurray, PA/Peter's Township) scored three goals last week 
as the Gators went 3-0, outscoring their opponents 12-2 during the week.  Kittridge had two goals 
against Washington & Jefferson and added a goal against Grove City. The junior is tied for second 
on the team with six points on three goals.
September 14, 2003

Oberlin freshman Samantha Schongalla (Alexandria, VA/Bishop Ireton) scored six goals and 
added two assists in two wins last week. She opened the week with two goals and two assists 
in a 5-4 win over Washington & Jefferson and followed with four goals in a 6-1 victory over Ursuline. 
The Yeowomen also lost to Cedarville, 3-0, last week. Schongalla leads the conference with 
2.83 points per game off seven goals and three assists for 17 points.
September 7, 2003

Earlham sophomore keeper Kari Wilder-Romans (Ann Arbor, MI/Pioneer) tallied 
11 saves on 18 shots as Earlham blanked Rose-Hulman 1-0 last week. She also 
tallied three saves in a shutout of Shawnee State. Wilder-Romans' defensive 
efforts have led Earlham to a 3-0 start on the season, the best start in 
Quaker women's soccer history.