NAC Women's Soccer Weekly Honors (Week Ending 9/2/18)

Player of the Week 

Kelsey Cauchon, Northern Vermont-Johnson 

(So., F - Colchester, Vt.)

Kelsey Cauchon scored 2 goals on Friday in a 2-0 win over Vermont Tech. She continued the scoring spree on Sunday vs. Paul Smith's College by netting a penalty kick in the first half to help surge the Badgers past Paul Smith's for a 2-0 win. She is shooting .333 after two games.


Defensive Player of the Week 

Ryan Schubert, Canton

(Jr., D - Centereach, N.Y.)

Schubert scored just her second collegiate goal and first in two years as she got the Roos off to a 1-0 lead on their way to a 3-1 win v. Southern Vermont. The junior captain also helped solidify a back line that gave up just two goals in more than 180 minutes of action.


Rookie of the Week 

Katherine Hoving, Thomas

(Fr., F - Bristol, Maine)

Katherine Hoving scored in each of the Terriers games this weekend, as Thomas went 1-1 at the Husky Challenge. Hoving notched the Terriers' first goal of the season in a 2-1 overtime loss to Morrisville State on Friday, then went on to score the game-winner in their 2-0 victory over Mitchell on Saturday.




SUNY Canton split a pair of games to go 1-1. After falling in the 93rd minute 1-0 in overtime to Wells College, SUNY Canton bounced back with a 3-1 win v. Southern Vermont College. Madison Rowe scored twice for the Roos, while Ryan Schubert also found the back of the net. 

UMaine-Farmington dropped two games this weekend with a 5-0 loss to Plymouth St. on Friday and a 3-2 loss against Regis on Saturday.

Husson dropped their season opener, 1-0, to the Saint Joseph's (Maine) Monks in a non-conference matchup at Boucher Field on Sunday evening.

NVU-Johnson went 2-0 this last week with wins against Vermont Tech and Paul Smith's College.

NVU-Lyndon opened their season on Saturday, falling to Plymouth State, 11-0. On Sunday, they fell, 5-0, at Becker.

Maine Maritime cruised to an 8-0 victory over Unity College in their season opener on Friday. The team was led by Eryn Doiron (Wilton, Maine) who tallied her first-career hat trick. The Mariners travel to Bates College on Tuesday night for a non-conference matchup before heading to Massachusetts to take on Mass. Maritime and Nichols College.

Thomas was 1-1 on the first weekend of the year, playing in the Husky Challenge at the University of Southern Maine. The Terriers dropped an overtime decision to Morrisville State on Friday, before bouncing back with a 2-0 win over Mitchell on Saturday. Thomas visits crosstown rival Colby on Wednesday, then hosts Pine Manor on Saturday and Becker on Sunday.

UMaine-Presque Isle was 0-1 on the first weekend of the year, dropping a game at the University of Maine at Machias by a score of 7-1. The team is looking to rebound against the Clippers from Machias as the teams will be playing again on Wednesday, in Presque Isle.