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2010 NCAC Women's Soccer Players of the Week

WOMEN
November 7th
Tory Danis, Denison
(Dayton, OH/Oakwood)


Games Played: 2
Goals: 1
Assists: 0
Points: 2

Denison junior Tory Danis scored the only goal in the championship game of the NCAC Tournament. The goal gave the Big Red their second NCAC tournament title and first since 2005. Second-seeded Denison topped fourth-seeded Allegheny, 1-0, in the tournament final.
October 31st

Maggie Kehm, Wooster
(York, PA/York Suburban)

Games Played: 1
Goals: 1
Game-Winners: 1
Points: 2

Wooster junior Maggie Kehm scored the crucial game-winning goal in the 43rd minute of a 2-0 victory over Wittenberg on Saturday.  The victory gave Wooster its first NCAC championship since 1996 and the No. 1 seed in the 2010 NCAC Tournament. 

October 24th

Connor

Claire Conner, Hiram
(Aurora, OH/Aurora)

Games Played: 2
Goals: 2
Assists: 0
Points: 4

Hiram senior Claire Conner scored a pair of goals to help lift Hiram to a 2-1 victory over Oberlin on Saturday afternoon. On the season, Conner leads the Terriers in scoring with 16 total points (7g, 2a).

October 17th
Frost

Georgia Frost, Allegheny
(Weston, CT/Weston)

Games Played: 2
Goals: 2
Game-Winners: 1
Points: 4

Allegheny junior Georgia Frost netted the first tow-goal performance of the season in leading Allegheny past Hiram, 3-1, last Tuesday.  Frost scored her second game-winning goal of the season in the 59th minute, and added a second finish, and team-best fourth goal of the season, eight minutes later.  Frost also added two shots in Allegheny’s key 1-0 victory over Denison on Saturday.


 

October 10th

Hague

Courtney Hague, Kenyon
(Winnetka, IL/Culver Academies)

Games Played: 1
Goals: 1
Assists: 0
Points: 2

Kenyon sophomore Courtney Hague scored just the second goal allowed by 16th-ranked Allegheny this season as the Ladies and Gators played to a 1-1 tie on Saturday afternoon.  The tally was Hague’s third goal of the season, all of which have been scored in the last five games. 

October 5th
McLeish

Erin McLeish, Wittenberg
(Dublin, OH/Scioto)


Games Played: 2
Goals: 2
Game-Winners: 2
Shots: 3
Points: 4

Senior defender Erin McLeish scored a pair of game-winning goals last week, both coming on free kick attempts from nearly 30-yards out.  She netted the lone goal of the match against Ohio Wesleyan in the 22nd minute, and fired in the game-winner against Transylvania with just 34 seconds showing on the clock in the first overtime session.

September 26th
M. Gartner
 

Melissa Gartner, Wittenberg
(Cincinnati, OH/St. Ursula)


Games Played: 3
Games Started: 3
Saves: 8
Goals Allowed: 0
Shots Faced: 19
Record: 2-0-1

Wittenberg sophomore Melissa Gartner, who was forced to make only 10 saves in her first 500 minutes in 2010, made eight stops in the first half against NCAA Div. II foe Urbana.  She compiled an overall record of 2-0-1 on the week, collecting wins against Urbana, 2-0, and Capital, 3-1.

September 19th
A. Karl Andrea Karl, Denison
(Powell, OH/Olentangy Liberty)

Games Played: 2
Goals Allowed: 0
Saves: 11
Shots Faced: 33
 
Denison freshman goalkeeper Andrea Karl led the Big Red to a 2-0-1 week as she shut out three opponents, including nationally ranked Otterbein (No. 5) and Transylvania (No. 24). Karl posted 11 saves while facing 33 shots as Denison blanked Gettysburg 2-0, tied Otterbein 0-0 in 2OT and edged Transylvania, 1-0. She lowered her goals-against average to 0.68. She has four shtouts in seven starts this fall.
September 12th
 P. Piper

Paige Piper, Wooster
(Midland, MI/Dow)

Games Played: 2
Goals: 3
Assists: 0
Points: 6

Wooster sophomore forward Paige Piper recorded her first career hat trick during a 6-0 defeat of Manchester. The three-goal outburst bumped her career scoring total from six entering the game to nine. She leads the Fighting Scots with four goals and five points this season. It was the 15th hat trick in Wooster women’s soccer history and the first by a Fighting Scot since Sept. 2006.

September 7th
 A. Karr

Emily Karr, Allegheny
(Wexford, PA/Pine-Richland)

Games Played: 3
Goals Allowed: 0
Saves: 12
Shutouts: 3

Allegheny junior goalkeeper Emily Karr  made 12 saves and posted three shutouts in the Gators’ 3-0 week. She stopped five shots against Carnegie Mellon, made two versus Clark, and five more against Western New England. A diving save in the 79th minute and a tip over the cross bar in the 88th minute preserved the victory agains the Tartans. She pushed two more shots over the crossbar against the Golden Bears. Karr has 20 career shutouts, one shy of the school record.