McDaniel's Hill, Hopkins GK Leddy Named Players of the Week

McDaniel's Hill, Hopkins GK Leddy Named Players of the Week
 

Offensive Player of the Week

Nicole Hill, Fr, McDaniel
Hill led the Green Terror to 2-0 week, scoring once in each game. She broke the one-all deadlock with 78th-minute goal at Ursinus.

 

Defensive Player of the Week 

Kelly Leddy, Sr, Johns Hopkins

Leddy posted a shutout and had a season-high seven saves in win vs. Swarthmore. Leddy currently leads the conference in wins.

 

Notebook:

Franklin & Marshall senior Amanda McGowan recorded five saves in a 1-0 victory over Bryn Mawr on Saturday for her fourth shutout of the year, passing Erin Roy '08 for first on the F&M's all-time list with 17.

Gettysburg junior Georgia Ferguson scored what nearly held up as the game-tying goal against defending conference champion Haverford. She struck in the 63rd minute to make it 1-1, and that's how the score remained until the Fords scored the game-winner with 1:53 remaining in the second overtime, handing the Bullets their first loss of the year.

Haverford senior co-captain Elizabeth Newman spearheaded a defense that allowed just seven shots on goal during a 2-0 week for the Fords. Newman also converted a penalty kick opportunity to give Haverford the lead at Gettysburg then took the free kick chance in the 2nd OT which was tipped in for the game-winning goal.

Johns Hopkins junior Hannah Kronick had two goals in team's third conference win vs. Swarthmore, her sixth consecutive game recording at least one point. Kronick now leads the conference in both points and goals. 

Senior Susan Galgano was part of a Mule defense that shut out Dickinson for a key Centennial Conference road win. She also scored the lone goal of the game (and the first of her career) on a long shot with just 15 seconds in regulation, setting a school record for latest game-winning goal in regulation. 

Swarthmore sophomore Reba Magier made a career-best 16 saves, which included turning away a penalty shot, against #2 Johns Hopkins on Saturday and did everything she could to keep the Garnet in the game. She nearly doubled her previous career high of nine saves, which she posted in a 1-0 win over Muhlenberg on Nov. 1, 2012.

Senior Heather Smith scored a pair of goals in Washington's 3-0 victory over Penn State-Harrisburg on Wednesday.