At the CWPA Division III Championships, Becca Dabrowski netted 27 goals in three games en route to All-Tournament Team and MVP honors. Dabrowksi racked up 11 goals followed Miranda Pasky (5) and Marissa Logan (3) as Monmouth defeated Connecticut College 25-10 on Friday. Dabrowski added 10 scores in the team’s 12-11 loss to Macalester on Saturday. The senior put in six goals in the team’s 12-7 win over Carthage to sew up third place, while Logan added three putaways.
Savannah Phillips netted nine goals, while Tatum Bruno scored three as Wittenberg bested Connecticut College 15-12 on Saturday at the CWPA Division III Championships. Phillips scored all six of the team’s goals in a 17-6 loss to eventual champion Macalester on Friday. Phillips then put in five goals and Emma Menjivar added four in the Tigers’ 14-5 win over Washington & Jefferson. Phillips notched five scores in the team’s season finale, an 11-9 loss to Grove City on Sunday.
Lexi Wong scored a program record eight goals and Brooke Le put in six as Austin College moved past Penn State Behrend 19-7 on Friday. Presley Woods chipped in a hat trick. Wong notched a hat trick in the Roos’ 7-2 win over Carthage in the second round of the CWPA Division III Championships on Saturday.
Eight players registered multi-goal efforts, led by Jacqui Sjogren’s seven, in #18 Wagner’s 27-6 win over LaSalle on Saturday. Erica Hardy added four scores and Daisy Nankervis put in a hat trick. Later in the day, Nankervis put in five goals as the Seahawks topped Siena 23-8, while Philippa Nash, Sofia Diaz Alvarez, Sjogren and Savannah Henshaw added hat tricks. Alvarez Diaz and Malia Josephson scored five goals apiece in a 21-3 win over VMI on Sunday. Sjogren rounded out the weekend with a five-goal effort in an 18-6 win over Villanova. Josephson followed with four goals, while Diaz Alvarez and Henshaw added three apiece.
Villanova’s Kaysie Stuba scored seven goals in nine shot attempts in a 12-7 win over VMI on Saturday. She later went 6-for-6 to lead Villanova against LaSalle, but it was not enough as the Wildcats fell 15-12 to the Explorers in overtime. Kate Murray added a hat trick in the loss. Malia Gacutan scored four times in Villanova’s 26-8 loss to #22 Marist on Sunday.
LaSalle’s Sarah Defuso accounted for seven of the team’s 14 goals and Madison Martinez chipped in four in a 14-13 win over Siena on Sunday. Defuso scored five and Martinez put in three goals as the Explorers topped Villanova 15-12 in overtime on Saturday.
Connecticut College’s Stephania Lopez turned in six goals and Ginny McCool put in three in the team’s 15-12 loss to Wittenberg on Saturday. Lopez and Brooklyn Hayes each netted a hat trick as the team bested Utica 12-4 earlier in the day. Earlier in the week, Lopez added five scores as the Camels fell to Monmouth 25-10 on Friday and chipped in four goals, while Hayes added a hat trick in the team’s 14-8 loss to RV Brown on Tuesday.
Jessica Diaz tallied six goals for Cal Lutheran among eight scorers in the team’s 18-9 win over Chapman on Saturday.
Pomona Pitzer saw Isabel Natalia Wiesenthal notch six goals as the Sagehens pummeled Cal Tech 17-1 on Saturday. Katherine Cullen added a hat trick in the match.
Sam Witt poured in six goals and Amy Zaninovich turned in four scores as Fresno Pacific edged past Cal State Monterey Bay 15-14 in sudden death on Saturday.
Sawyer Bellville netted six goals in eight shots to lead Whittier in a 15-5 win over Occidental on Saturday. Teresa Marchetti followed with a hat trick.
Cal State Monterey got six goals from Morgan Tucker in its 15-14 sudden death loss to Fresno Pacific on Saturday.
#1 Stanford’s Aria Fischer tallied five goals and Mackenzie Fischer added three in the Cardinals’ 13-12 win over #4 Cal on Saturday.
#6 Michigan saw Maddy Steere score five goals and Julia Sellers (4) and Maddy Johnston (3) follow in the team’s 17-2 win over #18 Harvard on Saturday. Abby Andrews and Erin Neustrom scored four goals apiece and Kim Johnson added a hat trick in the Wolverines’ 16-6 win over #18 Bucknell on Saturday. Sellers and Neustrom put in three goals apiece as Michigan rounded out the regular season with a 14-5 win over George Washington on Sunday.
Ciara Franke put in five goals for #14 UC San Diego as the Tritons fell to #6 UC Irvine 11-8 on Friday. Franke scored three times in a 12-4 win over Pomona Pitzer on Saturday.
Iona’s Maeve Wydan notched five goals in Iona’s 11-10 win over VMI on Saturday. Jillian Schultz turned in a hat trick in the Gaels’ 6-5 win over St. Francis Brooklyn later in the day.
Siena’s Georgia Vargas put in five goals and Diana Fernandez added four in the team’s 14-13 loss to LaSalle on Sunday. Vargas accounted for four goals as the Saints edged out St. Francis Brooklyn 9-8 on Sunday. Kristen Burger tallied three goals in the team’s 23-8 loss to #18 Wagner on Saturday.
#4 Cal followed four multi-goal efforts, including four scores from Emma Wright, in the team’s 17-5 win over Indiana on Sunday. Brigit Mulder and Wright turned in hat tricks in the Bears’ 13-12 loss to #1 Stanford on Saturday.
Kyra Christmas scored a match-high four goals as #8 Pacific downed #16 San Diego State 12-7 on Friday. Christmas put in four goals on Saturday as the Tigers topped Concordia (CA) 20-3. Toula Falvey added four scores and Savannah Fitzgerald notched three in the win.
RV Indiana’s Megan Abarta was 4-for-4 in the Hoosiers’ 8-6 loss to #21 San Jose State on Saturday.
Macalester’s Annika Krueger and Adeline Steward-Nolan put in four goals apiece and Natalie Hoffman scored three times as the Scots topped Wittenberg 17-6 to kick off its run to the CWPA Division III title on Friday. Krueger and Cara Mullery scored four times each in a 13-11 win over Monmouth on Saturday. Mullery notched a hat trick alongside Oriana Galasso in the 8-5 championships match win over Austin College on Sunday.
Carthage got four goals from Maddi Marsh and three from Meghan Fisher in its 9-3 win over Utica on Friday. Fischer added four more scores at the Lady Reds topped Grove City 9-6 later in the day.
Cal Tech got four goals from Katie Johnston, but it was not enough in a 12-6 loss to LaVerne on Wednesday.
Whittier’s Teresa Marchetti scored four goals in a 10-9 loss to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Wednesday.
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps’ Amelia Ayala netted four goals as the Athenas bested Chapman 9-8 on Monday. Anna Fry chipped in three goals to the Athenas’ 10-9 win over Whittier on Wednesday. Alex Szymczak scored three times in a 9-8 Saturday loss to LaVerne. Aracelia Aldrete put in her 100th career goal with two scores in the loss.
Chapman’s Argelia Diaz put in four goals in the team’s 18-9 loss to Cal Lutheran on Saturday. Audrey Hattori notched a hat trick in the Panthers’ 9-8 loss to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Monday.
Gannon’s Nicole Wiemken scored four goals and Campbell Ruh added three as the Golden Knights topped Mercyhurst 11-10 on Saturday.
VMI’s McKenna Imset put in four goals in a 12-7 loss to Villanova on Saturday. Emma Perez notched three goals amongst six scorers as the Keydets fell to Iona 11-10 earlier in the day. Imset turned in a hat trick in the team’s 21-3 loss to #18 Wagner on Sunday.
Grove City got four goals from Elizabeth Andrews and hat tricks from Abby Spicher and Tessa Leatherwood in a 12-10 win over Penn State Behrend on Saturday.
Juliette Belanger scored four goals as George Washington fell to #6 Michigan on Sunday.
Piper Smith and Tara Prentice each turned in hat tricks as #6 UC Irvine topped #14 UC San Diego 11-8 on Friday.
Sarah Snyder scored three times for #11 UC Santa Barbara in the Gauchos’ 15-9 loss to #5 Hawaii on Saturday.
#13 Loyola Marymount got three goals from Hana Vilanova in its 9-5 win over #25 Cal Baptist on Saturday. Three other players – Morgan Molloy, Marialena Seletopoulou and Mollie Williams – put in two goals each.
#15 Princeton’s Maddy Damato notched a hat trick in the Tigers’ 10-5 win over #18 Bucknell on Sunday.
#22 Marist’s Grace Doerfler went 6-for-6, while Lauren Smith and Myriam Lizotte added four goals apiece in the team’s 26-8 win over Villanova on Sunday. Anais Mathes and Katherine Tijerina supported the cause with hat tricks. Mathes tallied four goals and Tijerina added three in a 13-5 win over Iona on Sunday. The Red Foxes saw 11 players score in the team’s 16-8 win over St. Francis Brooklyn on Saturday, led by Doerfler’s hat trick.
Emily Konishi and Kali Hyham scored three goals apiece as #18 Bucknell downed Saint Francis (PA) 12-5 on Saturday.
#23 Cal State Northridge moved past Cal State East Bay 11-7 on Friday with help from three goals from Katia Andon-Mateos. Jennalyn Barthels meanwhile supplied a hat trick in the team’s 11-8 loss to #9 UC Davis on Saturday.
#25 Cal Baptist saw Lizette Perez put in three goals in a 10-4 win over Concordia (CA) on Thursday.
RV Brown’s Jamie Smith put in three goals amongst nine scorers as the Bears defeated Connecticut College 14-8 on Tuesday. Lili Akin notched a hat trick in the Bears’ 11-7 win over George Washington on Saturday.
The Cal State East Bay Pioneers got three scores from Cheyenne Pena in an 11-7 loss to Cal State Northridge on Friday.
Occidental’s Monica Chernoff scored three of the Tigers’ five goals in a 15-5 loss to Whittier on Saturday.
Kelsey Snelgar posted a hat trick for St. Francis Brooklyn, but it was not enough in the Terriers’ 16-8 loss to #22 Marist on Saturday. Renata Tate and Erin Gonzalez put in three goals apiece in a 9-8 loss to Siena on Sunday.
Utica’s Daniela Hannah put in three goals in a 12-4 win over Connecticut College on Saturday.
Paige Adams scored three goals for Washington & Jefferson in the team’s 14-5 loss to Wittenberg to open the CWPA Division III Championships on Friday.
Players of the Week
Player of the Week: Elyse Lemay-Lavoie, Hawaii – Scored a game-high four goals in the Rainbow Wahine’s 15-9 win over #11 UC Santa Barbara; drew three exclusions and had one field block as Hawaii clinched a share of the Big West title
Offensive Player of the Week: Eliza Britt, Princeton – Posted a pair of hat tricks as the Tigers topped Brown 8-4 and #21 Bucknell 10-5, helping Princeton grab the #2 seed in the CWPA Championships
Defensive Player of the Week: Heidi Ritner, Michigan – Made 23 saves and added two assists and three steals in a 3-0 weekend; allowed just nine goals on the weekend; made season-best 14 saves in a 17-2 win over #18 Harvard, which marked her 100th career start; notched five saves in a 16-6 win over #21 Bucknell and four in a 14-5 win over George Washington; moved past the 700-save plateau for her career
Rookie of the Week: Erin Neustrom, Michigan – Notched eight goals, two steals and a field block as the Wolverines went 3-0 and clinched the CWPA top seed; scored a career-best four goals vs. Bucknell (W 16-6) to go with two drawn exclusions and a steal; tacked on a goal, three drawn exclusions and a field block in a 17-2 win over #16 Harvard; added four exclusions and a steal in a 14-5 win over George Washington.
Player of the Week: Hana Vilanova, Loyola Marymount – Scored a team-high three goals and drew an exclusion in a 9-5 win over #25 Cal Baptist; added a goal, an assist, an exclusion and a steal in the team’s 15-8 win over Concordia (CA)
Offensive Player of the Week: Jacqui Sjogren, Wagner – Tallied 17 goals and added four assists in four wins as the Seahawks clinched the MAAC regular season title; drew 15 kickouts and grabbed three steals, while notching a .657 shooting percentage
Defensive Player of the Week: Carson Horvatich, Marist – Made 43 saves in four wins; notched a .782 save percentage; blocked 15 shots each against Iona and Villanova
Rookie of the Week: Sophia Diaz Alvarez, Wagner – Tallied 13 goals and added two assists as the Seahawks went 4-0; scored her 100th goal of the season; racked up 13 steals and posted a .625 shooting percentage
Player of the Week: Aria Fischer, Stanford – Scored a career-high five goals in the Cardinal’s 13-12 win over #4 Cal
Newcomer of the Week: Bayley Weber, USC – Scored two goals and added a steal and drawn exclusion in the Trojans’ 17-3 win over #10 Arizona State
Offensive Athlete of the Week: Teresa Marchetti, Whittier – Scored seven goals and added three assists and three steals on the week; put in four goals in a 10-9 loss to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps; notched three steals in a 15-5 win over Occidental
Defensive Athlete of the Week: Kelly Grosswendt, Redlands – Made eight saves in 29:08 of play in an 8-3 win over Occidental; finished the game with an .800 save percentage
Player of the Week: Sam Witt, Fresno Pacific – Led the Sunbirds with six goals, including the sudden death game-winner in a 15-14 win over Cal State Monterey Bay on Saturday; added two steals, two assists and a drawn exclusion