November 10, 2002 DUH NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Wittenberg senior forward Emily Duh (Hellertown, PA/Saucon Valley) scored three goals in the championship game of the NCAC Tournament, leading the Tigers to their first league tournament title and a berth into the NCAA Championships. Duh, who recorded a goal and an assist in Wittenberg's 4-0 semifinal win over Oberlin, was named the NCAC Tournament MVP for her efforts. __________________________________________________________________________ October 27, 2002 ILL NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Denison senior Kelsey Ill (Westfield, NJ/Westfield) scored both goals in a 2-1 overtime victory over Ohio Wesleyan. She opened the game's scoring with her first strike, then handed the Big Red the win, their third NCAC win of the week, with her second. She has scored eight goals and one assist this season. __________________________________________________________________________ October 20, 2002 TAVARES NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Denison freshman Rebecca Tavares (South Burlington, VT/South Burlington) scored both goals in a 2-1 overtime victory over Earlham, including the game winner five minutes into overtime. The goals were her fourth and fifth of the season. She ranks third on her team with 11 points in 12 games this season. __________________________________________________________________________ October 13, 2002 ALDRED NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Earlham junior Becca Aldred (Glen Mills, PA/West Nottingham Academy) scored the game-winning goals and added an assist in two NCAC victories last week. The conference’s third-leading scorer at 1.38 points per game, she scored the lone goal in a 1-0 decision over Ohio Wesleyan and assisted on the first goal and scored the winner herself in a 2-1 defeat of Kenyon. The Quakers tied then broke the school’s record with their third and fourth conference victories of the year. __________________________________________________________________________ October 6, 2002 RUSS NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Wittenberg senior sweeper Rebecca Russ (Louisville, KY/Sacred Heart Academy) played an intergral part of Wittenberg's defensive prowess in the past week. She helped hold Tiger opponents to just 11 shots in a pair of one-goal games, both victories in NCAC play. __________________________________________________________________________ September 29, 2002 TRYDER NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Wooster junior forward Alanna Tryder (Lincoln, MA/Lincoln-Sudbury Regional) tallied two goals in two Fighting Scot wins last week. She had the game's second goal during Wooster's 5-1 triumph over Washington & Jefferson and scored the game-winner in overtime against fifth-place Earlham. __________________________________________________________________________ September 22, 2002 LACY NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Denison's Jennifer Lacy (Phoenix, MD/Notre Dame Prep) scored two of Denison's three game-winning goals last week. The freshman started the week with an assist in a 2-1 overtime win over Wesley. She then put home the winning goal in a 2-1 come-from-behind win over Oberlin. Lacy finished out the week by scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win over defending NCAC champion Wooster. The Big Red's win snapped the Scot's 14-game NCAC winning streak. __________________________________________________________________________ September 15, 2002 DUH NAMED NCAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Wittenberg senior Emily Duh (Hellertown, PA/Saucon Valley) registered a second-half hat trick to lift the Tigers past Denison, 4-0, last week. She also added two goals and an assist against DePauw to bring her weekly total to five goals and an assist. The win over Denison was Wittenberg's 100th NCAC win.