2006 NCAC Women's Soccer Players of the Week

November 5, 2006

Wittenberg junior goalkeeper Meghan O'Rourke (Columbus, OH/Worthington 
Kilbourne) turned away six Denison shots, including a pair from close 
range in the second half, to lead the Tigers to their first NCAC 
Tournament championship. By registering a pair of shutouts in the 
tourney, she broke the school record for career shutouts with 31, 
topping the total of 30.5 that Sarah Newlin, the 1995 National Player 
of the Year, achieved in the Red & White.
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October 29, 2006

Kenyon junior Katy Spear (Cincinnati, OH/Indian Hill) scored the game-
winner in the title-clinching, 1-0, win over Earlham. The championship 
is the first for the Ladies and they enter the NCAC Tournament as the 
number one seed.
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October 21, 2006

Wittenberg freshman Sarah Pirozzi (Akron, OH/Cuyahoga Valley Christian) 
scored the OT game-winner in a 1-0 win over Earlham and then added the 
second goal in a 3-1 win over Oberlin.
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October 15, 2006

Kenyon senior Jean Arnold Atlanta, GA/Westminster) scored the game-winner 
in a 1-0, double-overtime victory over Washington & Jefferson. The Ladies 
also lost, 1-0, to Ohio Wesleyan last week. 
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October 8, 2006

Earlham freshman Emily Roth (Evanston, IL/Evanston Township) collected 
her fourth game-winner of the season when she found the back of the net 
seven minutes into the extra period to hand the Quakers a 1-0 victory 
over Oberlin. Earlham has now won three straight, including two in 
NCAC play, and six of their last seven matches.
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October 2, 2006

Wooster senior midfielder Sarah Schostarez (Portage, MI/Portage Northern) 
scored three of the Fighting Scots' six goals last week, highlighted by 
the lone tally in Wooster's 1-0 conference victory over Ohio Wesleyan. 
The win was the Scots' first against the Bishops since 1997. Schostarez, 
who entered the week with just one goal this season, also booted in a 
pair in Wooster's 5-1 win over Mt. Union.
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September 24, 2006

Allegheny sophomore Katie Murphy (Venetia, PA/Peters Township) scored two 
goals and dished out two assists to lead the Gators to a 2-0 week. She 
leads Allegheny with 1.5 points per game (four goals, four assists over 
eight games). 
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September 17, 2006

Oberlin senior midfielder Sam Schongalla (Alexandria, VA/Bishop Ireton)
tallied five goals in three games, including a hat trick against Lake Erie 
to lead the Yeowomen to a 3-0 week. Schongalla scored the second goal in 
a 2-0 win over Thomas More and the second goal in a 3-0 win over 
Muskingum. She recorded a hat trick against Lake Erie, including the 
game-winner. Oberlin won 4-0. The three wins improve Oberlin’s record to 
4-3, handing the Yeowomen a winning record after they began the season 
0-3.
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September 10, 2006

Denison senior Tammy Hoch (Moon Township, PA/Sewickley) scored twice and 
added an assist in a 6-1 defeat of Guilford, then headed in the game-
winner in overtime in a 2-1 decision over Case. Finally, she led the Big 
Red to a 6-0 victory over Pomona-Pitzer with a pair of goals. She has six 
goals and an assist to lead Denison in scoring through four games this 
season.
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September 3, 2006

Ohio Wesleyan sophomore forward Michelle Corbett (Dublin, OH/Scioto) 
scored twice and tacked on an assist to lead the Battling Bishops past 
Guilford, 7-2, in the first round of the Big Red/Bishops Invitational 
at Ohio Wesleyan on Sept. 2.