2008 NCAC Women's Soccer Players of the Week

November 9
Wittenberg senior goalkeeper Jordan Bamberger (Solon, OH/Solon) saw a lot of minutes in net over Wittenberg's winning NCAC women's soccer tournament run. The Tiger netminder played 218:47 minutes without allowing a goal. She helped Wittenberg to a 0-0 double overtime tie with Allegheny, which was decided by penalty kicks (Wittenberg advanced, 4-2). She helped the Tigers to a 1-0 double overtime win over Wooster in the championship game, giving Wittenberg its third straight North Coast tournament crown.
November 2
Oberlin junior goalkeeper Sarah Grabinski (Elmhurst, IL/York) was red-hot on a chilly night as she made a career-high 16 saves in a 0-0 double overtime shutout of OWU. The Battling Bishops outshot the Yeowomen, 44-8 in the contest, including 16-2 with shots on net. She then snagged five more shots against Hiram in a 2-2 double OT tie. Oberlin finished in eighth place with two points, both earned in the final week of the regular season.
October 26
Denison sophomore Jen Clemmer (Hixson, TN/Baylor School) scored the overtime game-winner and assisted on the other two scores as the Big Red took a 3-2 double overtime victory from Ohio Wesleyan. The Big Red kept its unbeaten conference record intact as they also recorded a 3-1 defeat of Kenyon last week.
October 19
Ashley Miller (North Huntingdon, PA/Norwin) scored the game-winning goal in Allegheny's 1-0 decision over Earlham. She also recorded a goal in the Gators’ 3-0 defeat of Oberlin.
October 12
Sophomore goalkeeper Kat Powers (Chagrin Falls, OH/Chagrin Falls) played 200 minutes, made 12 saves and allowed just one goal to lead Kenyon to a 1-0-1 week. The Ladies tied Ohio Wesleyan, 1-1 in overtime, and defeated Oberlin, 1-0. Kenyon faced six shots against Oberlin while Powers made two saves, then the Battling Bishops pounded out 22 shots but only one got by Powers as she made 10 stops.
October 7
Denison senior forward Sarah Ash (Cincinnati, OH/Sycamore) scored twice and assisted on the third as DU won its conference opener, 3-0 over Hiram. Ash has scored five goals in the past two games, leading the Big Red in three-game win streak.
September 28
Oberlin picked up its third victory of the season with a thrilling, 3-2 overtime defeat of Bluffton. Sophomore Lois Immerman (Elmira, NY/Horsehead) scored twice, including the overtime game-winner. She finished with seven shots, three on goal as the Yeowomen snapped a four-game losing skid
September 21
Wooster senior forward Kate Kiley (Dedham, MA/Noble and Greenough School) had a hand in three of the Fighting Scots' six goals last week, scoring two and assisting on a third to lead Wooster to a 2-1 week. She scored early in the second half of a 4-1 win over Kalamazoo and tallied Wooster's only goal in a 2-1 loss to Case Western Reserve. She finished the week with an assist on the only goal in a 1-0 Wooster win over Alma.
September 13

Earlham sophomore Karman Duchon (Decatur, GA/Decatur) combined for five goals and two assists to lead the Quakers to a 2-0 week and a three-game win streak. She tied a school record with four goals in a 5-1 win over Anderson and added another in a 3-0 shutout over Hanover. Duchon has racked up 10 goals this fall and now has 23 in her two-year career.
September 7
  Ohio Wesleyan senior forward Michelle Corbett (Dublin, OH/Scioto) scored three goals and assisted on a fourth during the Battling Bishops' 1-1 week. She scored once and assisted on the other in a 3-2 loss to Capital, then recorded two of her team's three scores in a 3-0 defeat of Case Western Reserve.