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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. 
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.
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.  
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.
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 
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.
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.
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. 
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. 
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.