2005 NCAC Women's Soccer Players of the Week

November 6, 2005

Ohio Wesleyan freshman forward Michelle Corbett (Dublin, OH/Scioto) 
powered the Battling Bishops to their second straight, and fifth overall, 
NCAC Women's Soccer Tournament championship. She scored two goals, 
including what proved to be the game-winner, in OWU's 3-2 semifinal win 
over Kenyon and then followed with the game-winner in the championship 
game against Denison. Corbett tucked away the winner with 5:29 left on 
the clock to hand the Bishops a 2-1 victory.
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October 30, 2005

Wittenberg sophomore forward Sydney Bates (Loveland, OH/Milford) scored 
a goal and added an assist as the Tigers picked up a 2-0 win over Wooster 
and assured themselves of a spot in the upcoming NCAC Tournament.
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October 23, 2005

Freshman midfielder Allie Cozzone (Chagrin Falls, OH/Kenston) of Ohio 
Wesleyan scored the insurance goal in a 2-0 victory over Wittenberg, 
then notched what proved to be the game-winner in a 2-1 decision over 
Wooster.
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October 17, 2005

Freshman midfielder Allie Cozzone (Chagrin Falls, OH/Kenston) of Ohio 
Wesleyan scored the insurance goal in a 2-0 victory over Wittenberg, 
then notched what proved to be the game-winner in a 2-1 decision over 
Wooster.
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October 16, 2005

Kenyon sophomore Jean Arnold (Atlanta, GA/Westminster) led her team to a 
2-0 mark in NCAC play.  She assisted on the game-tying goal that sent the 
game with Wittenberg to overtime, then scored the game's only goal in a 
1-0 decision over Wooster.
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October 9, 2005

Wooster junior Erin Lustic (Cleveland Hts., OH/Cleveland Hts.) scored 
twice and assisted on another as the Scots went 2-0 last week. The team 
leader in goals (8), assists (4) and points (20), she had notched what 
proved to be the game winners in both of her team's victories last week.
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October 4, 2005

Kenyon sophomore Amanda Drummond (Mayfield Hts., OH/Hawken) scored the 
game-winning goal with just over two minutes left to give the Ladies a 
2-1 decision over Ohio Wesleyan.  It was Kenyon's first victory over the 
Bishops since the 1994 season.
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September 25, 2005

Kenyon freshman Amy Kessler (Bowling Green, OH/St. Ursula) played a role 
in both goals as the Ladies won twice by identical 1-0 scores. In a 
victory over Capital, Kessler assisted on the game-winner, then in a win 
over Wilmington, she scored the lone goal herself.  It was Kenyon's 
first-ever victory over Wilmington.
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September 18, 2005

Earlham freshman Hillary Carter (Middletown, OH/Lakota East) totaled two 
goals and two assists in the Quakers' 2-0-1 week.  She assisted on the 
only goal of the game against Rose-Hulman, scored once and assisted on 
the game winner against Franklin, then scored the game-tying goal against 
Manchester.
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September 11, 2005

Denison senior All-America Colleen Wirtz (Columbus, OH/DeSales) scored 
three goals, including the gamewinner in a 2-1 win over Otterbein, to 
help the Big Red outscore their opponents 11-1 last week. She also added 
an assist as Denison went 3-0 with wins over Wilmington and Capital, in 
addition to Otterbein. She now leads the Big Red with seven points.
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September 6, 2005

Freshman midfielder Katie Murphy (Venetia, PA/Peters Township) of 
Allegheny scored two goals and added three assists to average 3.5 points 
in the Gators' first two games of the year, both victories.  She scored 
once and had three assists in her collegiate debut against Hartwick, 
then scored the game winner on a header with four seconds left to lift 
the Gators over Scranton.