2014 NCAC Women's Soccer Players of the Week

November 10th
Maggie Smith, Kenyon
(Zionsville, IN/University HS of Indiana)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Goals: 2                    
Points: 4               
Shots: 5            
Shots on Goal: 3

Kenyon sophomore forward Maggie Smith led the Ladies to their first-ever NCAC Women’s Soccer Tournament title this past week after scoring two goals in two games. In Wednesday’s semifinal contest against Wittenberg, Smith scored an insurance as Kenyon advanced to the final with a 2-0 win. Saturday, in the tournament final versus Allegheny, the sophomore netted the tying goal en route to a, 3-1, victory.
November 3rd
Becca Romaine, Kenyon
(Fishers, IN/Hamilton Southeastern)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Goals: 3           
Game-Winners: 2        
Assists: 1           
Points: 7            
Shots on Goal: 6

Kenyon senior forward Becca Romaine finished off her final regular-season schedule in the best way possible. She scored three of Kenyon’s five goals for the week and led the Ladies to a share of the NCAC crown. Two of Romaine’s three goals were game-winners, as the Ladies marched to a 3-1 win at Ohio Wesleyan and a 2-0 win at Oberlin. For good measure, Romaine threw an assist during the win at Ohio Wesleyan.
October 27th
Andrea Witte, Denison
(Utica, OH/Northridge)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Goals: 2                   
Assists: 1           
Points: 5
Game-Winners: 1        
Shots on Goal: 3

Denison junior midfielder Andrea Witte recorded five points in two games for the Big Red last week, who earned wins over Ohio Wesleyan, 6-0, and Ohio Case, 1-0. In the Ohio Wesleyan victory, she had one goal and added an assist in the shutout victory. On Saturday, she scored the game-winner in the 50th minute of play.
October 20th
Jessie Thiessen, Allegheny
(Pittsburgh, PA/Fox Chapel)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Goals: 1                  
Assists: 4           
Points: 6
Game-Winners: 1
Shots on Goal: 4

Allegheny sophomore forward Jessie Thiessen recorded six points in two games for the Gators last week, who earned shutout wins over NCAC foes Oberlin, 2-0, and Ohio Wesleyan, 5-0. In the Oberlin victory, she had a hand in both goals, as she scored the game’s first tally before assisting on Tori Delzer’s (Alden, NY/Alden) insurance marker late in the second half. On Saturday, she posted a career-high three assists in the win over the Battling Bishops.
October 13th
Jessica Skelly, Denison
(Reynoldburg, OH/Bishop Hartley)

Games Played/Started: 1/1       
Goals: 2            
Points: 7               
Shots: 10        
Shots on Goal: 5

Denison sophomore midfielder Jessica Skelly scored two times to help the Big Red double up Wittenberg, 4-2, on Saturday night in Granville. Skelly broke a 1-1 tie in the 40th minute when she headed the ball just inside the right post off an Andrea Witte (Utica, OH/Northridge) corner kick. The goal gave the Big Red the lead for good. The sophomore added another tally in the 83rd minute when she chipped a shot into the upper right 90 from 25 yards out off a pass from Witte. Saturday marked Skelly’s second multiple-goal performance this season. She co-leads the team with four goals and ranks second on the squad with three assists and 11 points.
October 7th
Tobie Weston, Wittenberg
(Worthington, OH/Worthington Christian)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Goals: 3           
Assists: 1
Points: 7               
Shots: 10        
Shots on Goal: 5

Wittenberg senior midfielder Tobie Weston lit up her opponents to help Wittenberg earn two wins this week. In a 2-0 win over Manchester, Weston provided one goal and assisted on the game-winner. Against Ohio Wesleyan, she scored two goals to finish the week with three goals, one assist and seven points.
September 29th
Gabby Curtis, Allegheny
(Stony Point, NY/North Rockland)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Minutes: 180:00       
Goals Against: 0
GAA: 0.00           
Saves: 12       
Shutouts: 2

Allegheny senior goalkeeper Gabby Curtis posted a pair of shutout wins in goal for the Gators, who topped Pitt-Bradford 4-0 on Wednesday, and Denison 1-0 on Saturday. Against the Panthers, she made four saves, all in the second half, before closing the week with a season-best eight stops in Saturday’s conference opener. For the season, Curtis has an 0.78 goals-against average with five shutouts.
September 22nd
Hannah Cook, Oberlin
(Dartmouth, MA/Dartmouth)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       

Goals: 3           
Game-Winners: 1
Shots: 7                           
Shots on Goal: 4       
Points: 6

Oberlin first-year midfielder Hannah Cook scored two goals in the Yeowomen’s 5-1 win over Mount St. Joseph, and followed that performance by cashing in the game-winner in a 2-1 overtime victory on the road at Marietta.
September 15th
Kailie Reed, Hiram
(Wadsworth, OH/Wadsworth)

Games Played/Started: 2/2       
Goals Against: 1       
GA/AVG: 0.5
Saves: 7                           
Save Percentage: .875   
Shutouts: 1

Hiram junior goalkeeper Kailie Reed picked up two wins in goal for the Terriers. On Wednesday, Reed made five stops as Hiram defeated Thiel 3-1. On Saturday, she played for 60:00, making two stops and did not allowing a goal, while making two saves.
September 8th
Katherine Tuttle, Wooster
(Laurel, MD/Reservoir)

Games Played/Started: 3/2       
Goals: 4           
Assists: 3
Shots: 12           
Game-Winners: 2       
Points: 11

Wooster senior forward Katherine Tuttle broke out for an 11-point week (she had 12 career points previously), first playing a part in three of Wooster’s eight goals against Bluffton when she scored one and assisted on two. Over the weekend in Marietta, Tuttle distributed an assist and scored on a header less than a minute apart in giving the Scots a 2-1 lead over Defiance. And, she tallied the first two goals of the 4-0 win over the host Pioneers, coming in the fifth and 48th minutes.
September 2nd
Abbey Rowe, Hiram
(Mt. Orab, OH/Lynchburg Clay)


Games Played/Started: 1/1
Goals: 2
Assists: 2
Shots: 3
Points: 6

Hiram sophomore forward Abbey Rowe had her hand in every goal, scoring two and assisting on two others in the Terriers 4-0 win over D’Youville. Rowe assisted on the first and fourth goal and found the back of the net twice in the first half.