Castleton's Kealy Chipman became the all-time leading scorer in program history and led her team to the NAC Semifinals earning Player of the Week honors. Maicee Gustin backstopped Husson to a shutout win in its quarterfinal match up and was named Rookie of the Week.
Husson handed Castleton its first regular season conference loss since 2010 as part of a perfect week and swept this week's honors. Senior Kara Poirier posted seven points, including a pair of goals and an assist in the all-important win over the Spartans to earn Player of the Week honors, while Rookie netminder Maicee Gustin picked up a pair of wins in the cage and was named Rookie of the Week.
Castleton enjoyed a perfect 4-0 week, including the program's first-ever win over Keene State. Blake Wardwell registered a hat-trick in the win over the Owls, including the game-winning goal in overtime, and was named Player of the Week. Teammate Maria Stern registered a game-tying, and game-winning goal in the perfect week, earning Rookie of the Week honors.
Castleton enjoyed a 2-1 week, with its only loss coming to second-ranked Middlebury, thanks in large part to Kealy Chipman and Maria Stern. Chipman continues her scoring prowess as the current NAC leader in points posted four goals and an assist to earn Player of the Week honors. Stern chipped in her first collegiate goal and also added an assist in both wins and was named Rookie of the Week.
Castleton's Kealy Chipman had a hand in the first six goals in the lone Spartan contest of the week, scoring three and assisting on three other to earn Player of the Week honors. Kayla Grindle scored the game-winning goal for Husson in a 3-2 win over Thomas and was named Rookie of the Week.
UMF's Lily Barry scored four goals, including both game-winners in a 2-0 week for the Beavers and was named Player of the Week. Husson's Maicee Gustin backstopped the Eagles to a pair of wins, including a NAC shutout, to earn Rookie of the Week accolades.
Lily Barry scored three goals and added an assist to lead the University of Maine at Farmington this past week, which included a win in its conference opener, and was named Player of the Week. Amanda Celata provided a dramatic, game-winning goal with 15 seconds remaining in Saint Joseph's conference opener to earn her second-straight Rookie of the Week award.
Saint Joseph's College raced out to a 3-0 mark for the first time in program history, thanks in large part to Rachelle Messuri and Amanda Celata. The duo has accounted for five Monk goals through three games and earned Player and Rookie of the Week honors respectively.