Nov. 9, 2003 Wittenberg senior Katie Babcock (Phoenix, MD/Dulaney) scored the only goal of the NCAC Tournament championship game with 3:17 left in the first overtime period, leading the Tigers to their second straight league tournament title and a berth into the NCAA Championships. Babcock, who recorded a goal in Wittenberg's 4-3 semifinal win over Denison, was named the NCAC Tournament MVP for her efforts. __________________________________________________________________________ Nov. 1, 2003 Wooster sophomore Lindsay Tingley (Rockville, MD/Walter Johnson) contributed to three of the Scots’ six scores in the NCAC semifinals. She scored the Scots’ first goal of the second half and assisted on two others for a four-point outing. __________________________________________________________________________ October 26, 2003 Denison sophomore Jenny Lacey (Phoenix, MD/Notre Dame Prep) scored three times as the Big Red went 1-1 in conference play. She had the only goal in a 1-0 victory over Earlham and accounted for both Denison scores in a 3-2 loss to Wooster. She leads the Big Red and is eighth in the conference] with 1.24 points per game this season. __________________________________________________________________________ October 19, 2003 Sophomore attacker Taneen Legree (Christiana, PA/Octorora) of Ohio Wesleyan scored twice, including the game-winner, in the Bishops’ one-goal victory over first-place Wooster. She also scored once against Kenyon to total three goals for the week. The win over the Scots was OWU’s first conference win since October, 2001, a stretch of 20 games. __________________________________________________________________________ October 12, 2003 Ohio Wesleyan junior Meredith Bynum (Winston-Salem, NC/Forsyth Country Day) scored the game-winning goal for the Bishops in a 2-0 defeat of Seton Hill. It was her second straight game-winner, as she also scored the pivotal goal in a defeat of Washington & Jefferson a week ago. __________________________________________________________________________ October 5, 2003 Wittenberg junior Jen Meyer (Solon, OH/Hathaway Brown) posted her first two shutouts of the season for the Tigers. She led Wittenberg to 3-0 and 2-0 decisions over Ohio Wesleyan and Oberlin, respectively, and made fives saves in the two games. __________________________________________________________________________ September 28, 2003 Sophomore goalkeeper Siv Tang (Malden, MA/Malden) led Oberlin to a pair of NCAC victories last week. The Yeowomen shut out both Denison (2-0) and Kenyon (1-0 in overtime). Tang made 10 saves against the Big Red to hand Denison its first conference loss of the season, then recorded 17 saves against the Ladies, who were averaging 3.5 goals per game entering the contest. __________________________________________________________________________ September 21, 2003 Wooster junior back Kelley Hubbell (Vienna, VA/James Madison) scored once with two assists, and recorded two defensive saves in the Scots’ 3-0 week. Hubbell notched two assists in a rout of Washington & Jefferson, then had the first goal and had a save in a 1-0 defeat of Oberlin. She finished the week by helping limit Wittenberg to nine shots on goal in a 1-0 victory and giving the Scots their third shutout of the week. __________________________________________________________________________ September 14, 2003 Wooster senior forward Alanna Tryder (Lincoln, MA/Lincoln-Sudbury Regional) scored in all three Scots’ games last week. She had an assist on the game-winner against U. of the South, scored unassisted what proved to be the game-winner over Kenyon, and scored one of the Scots’ four goals against Earlham. __________________________________________________________________________ September 7, 2003 Earlham senior Logan Fitzpatrick (Franconia, NH/Profile) scored twice in the Quakers' first home and conference win over Ohio Wesleyan last week. Earlham won, 3-2, in overtime. She also added a goal in a 3-2 overtime loss to Kenyon. Fitzpatrick ranks third in the conference in scoring with four goals in three games (2.67 points per game).