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2011 NCAC Women's Soccer Players of the Week

November 6th

Jessie Huschart, Ohio Wesleyan
(Columbus, OH/Hilliard Davidson)

GP/GS: 2/2
Goals: 1        Assists: 1
Game-Winners: 1    Shots: 3
Points: 3

Ohio Wesleyan junior midfielder Jessie Huschart scored the game-winner in the Bishops’ 1-0 NCAC Tournament semifinal victory over Kenyon on Tuesday, and assisted on the game-winner in OWU’s 1-0 triumph over Allegheny in the NCAC Tournament championship match on Saturday evening.

October 30th

Hannah Zacharias, Ohio Wesleyan
(Marysville, OH/Marysville) 

GP/GS: 2/2
Saves: 18        Goals Against: 0
Minutes: 200:00    Shutouts: 2
W-L-T: 1-0-1

Ohio Wesleyan sophomore goalie Hannah Zacharias led the Battling Bishops to a share of their first NCAC championship since 2004 after posting a pair of shutouts against Dension, 0-0, and Allegheny, 1-0, last week. Zacharias stopped six shots, including four in the second half against the Big Red, and then stopped 12 shots (eight in the second half) in the win over Allegheny on Saturday that secured OWU the No. 1 seed in the 2011 NCAC Tournament.

October 23rd

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

GP/GS: 2/2
Saves: 10        Goals Against: 0
Shutouts: 2    W-L-T: 2-0-0
Minutes: 180:00    GAA: 0.00

Allegheny senior Emily Karr established a single-season program record after posting her 12th and 13th shutouts of the season in wins against Oberlin, 4-0, and DePauw, 1-0, last week. The shutouts also stretched Karr’s current scoreless streak in goal to 760 consecutive minutes. She totalled 10 saves on the week after corralling five in both league matches.

October 16th

Abby Weiss, Oberlin
(Oberlin, OH/Oberlin) 

GP/GS: 3/3
Goals: 1
Game-Winners: 1
Shots: 8

Oberlin freshman Abby Weiss netted her first collegiate game-winning goal in the Yeowomen’s 2-1 overtime victory over Kenyon last Sunday. She netted the game-winner just five minutes into the overtime period to give the Yeowomen their first victory over Kenyon since the 2005 season.

October 9th

Michele Ring, Wooster
(Northville, MI/Ladywood) 

Games Played/Games Started: 2/2
Saves: 12        Minutes: 110:00
Shutouts: 2    W-L-T: 1-0-1

Wooster junior goalie Michele Ring posted back-to-back shutouts in key conference matches last week as the Fighting Scots played league-leading Allegheny to a 0-0 draw and defeated perennial conference power Denison, 1-0. Ring corralled six saves in each of the conference matches to up her season total to 52.

October 4th

Becca Romaine, Kenyon
(Fishers, IN/Hamilton Southeastern) 

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 4        Game-Winners: 2
Assists: 1                 Shots: 4        
Points: 9

Kenyon freshman Becca Romaine scored four of the Ladies’ five goals on the week, while assisting on the other score. Romaine netted the game-winner and then assisted on the final score in Kenyon’s 2-0 victory over Wooster, before netting a hat trick in the 3-1 triumph over DePauw. Romaine currently leads the conference in both goals (11) and points (23).

September 25th

Andrea Karl, Denison
(Powell, OH/Olentangy Liberty)

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Saves: 17
Goals Allowed: 0
Minutes: 200

Denison sophomore goalie Andrea Karl  totaled 17 saves on the week to help lead the Big Red to a 0-0 draw against No. 25 Ohio Northern and a 1-0 triumph over No. 8 Centre. Karl tied a career-high with seven saves against the Polar Bears and then set a new career-high with 10 stops against Centre. Karl boasts a 0.53 goals against average to go along with six shutouts in 2011.

September 18th

Cassie Lythjohan, Wittenberg
(Centerville, OH/Centerville)

Games Played/Started: 1/1
Saves: 6
Goals Allowed: 0
Minutes: 96:40

Wittenberg junior goalie Cassie Lythjohan came up big in her only action last week as she posted a 1-0 shutout victory over ninth-ranked Illinois Wesleyan. She totaled six saves in 96:40 minutes of action en route to collecting her second shutout of the season.

September 11th

Makinzie Krebsbach, Ohio Wesleyan
(Vadnais Hts., MN/Totino-Grace) 

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 3        Assists: 1    
Game-Winners: 1    Shots: 13
Points: 7

Ohio Wesleyan senior Makinzie Krebsbach opened the week by assisting on the game-winning goal in the Battling Bishops’ 2-0 victory over Mt. St. Joseph, and netted all three OWU goals in the 3-1 triumph over Washington & Jefferson. It was Krebsbach’s first-career hat trick.

September 5th

Becca Romaine, Kenyon
(Fishers, IN/Hamilton Southeastern) 

Games Played: 2
Goals: 3
Shots: 8
Game-Winners: 1

Kenyon freshman forward Becca Romaine netted a hat trick to help the Ladies to a 3-1 victory over Capital last week. With the trifecta, Romaine became just the 12th player in program history, and the first since 2009 to score three or more goals in a game.