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2005 NCAC Field Hockey Players of the Week

November 6, 2005

Oberlin senior Rosemary Mudry (University, Hts., OH/Laurel) scored two 
goals in the NCAC Field Hockey Tournament championship, both off of 
penalty shots, to help lift the Yeowomen to a 3-0 win over Wooster and 
their first NCAC Tournament title. Mudry also registered an assist in 
Oberlin's 4-2 win over Denison in the tourney semifinal round. 
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October 30, 2005

Kenyon junior Julia Sivon (Bethesda, MD/Walt Whitman) scored once and 
assisted on another as the Ladies defeated Earlham in both team's regular 
season finales.
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October 23, 2005

Wooster senior forward Lindsay Tingley (Rockville, MD/Walter Johnson) 
scored her third and fourth goals of the season, then assisted on another 
during the Scots' two victories.  
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October 16, 2005

Denison senior Jenny Lacey (Phoenix, MD/Notre Dame Prep) led the Big Red 
to a 1-1 week.  She scored her team's only goal in a loss to Wooster, 
then scored the final goal in a defeat of Earlham.
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October 9, 2005

Oberlin senior defender Rosemary Mudry (University Hts., OH/Laurel 
School) netted the clinching score in a shootout victory over Wooster.  
She played all 100 minutes, dictating the pace of the game.  Mudry's 
play also contributed to her team's 3-0 defeat of Denison later in the 
week.  
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October 4, 2005

Wittenberg freshman Mackenzie Huber (Milford, OH/Mount Notre Dame) 
scored a game-winning goal and set up another game-winner in the Tigers' 
3-0 week.  Huber assisted on Alison Voigt's (Louisville, KY/Ballard) 
score that broke a 2-2 tie with 14:47 left to lift Wittenberg to a 
3-2 victory over Sewanee.  She then put in the decisive score herself 
with 2:08 left in a 1-0 decision over Oberlin, a match that broke 
the Yeowomen's six-game winning streak.
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September 25, 2005

Wooster senior forward Katelin Bugler (Peabody, MA/Peabody) scored two 
late goals, just 1:46 apart, to hand toe Fighting Scots a key 2-0 
conference win in their lone match of the week. Bugler?s goal ended a 
273:54 scoreless streak for Wooster.
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September 18, 2005

Ohio Wesleyan freshman midfielder Emily Molchan (East Northport, NY/
Northport) converted a penalty stroke during the first minute of the 
second half to provide the difference in a 1-0 decision over Earlham.  
She also was one of three players to convert a penalty stroke after 
overtime had not decieded the outcome against Kenyon, in what resulted 
in a 2-1 Bishop victory. 
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September 11, 2005

Ohio Wesleyan goalkeeper Katie Jones (Pine Plains, NY/Stissing Mountain) 
was in the nets for the Bishops' first back-to-back shutouts since the 
2003 campaign.  She faced 27 shots, made 19 saves and allowed no goals 
in leading her team to two victories. 
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September 6, 2005

Meg Reitz (Mansfield, MA/Doherty), a senior from Oberlin, scored a goal 
and two assists in a 7-1 defeat of Transylvania, then led the way in a 3-2 
victory over Centre.  She scored twice, including the game-winner, and 
assisted on the other against the Colonels.  For the week, she scored 
three goals and added three assists as the Yeowomen opened the 2005 
season 2-0.