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2007 NCAC Field Hockey Players of the Week

October 28, 2007

Oberlin senior Kaitlin Barrer (Ann Arbor, MI/Pioneer) scored both goals 
in a 2-1 win over Denison, which propelled the Yeowomen into a tie for 
fourth, and an eventual berth in the NCAC championship. Oberlin also 
lost to Wittenberg by a 1-0 score last week.
October 21, 2007

Wittenberg freshman goalkeeper Liana Began (Hudson, OH/Hudson) made her 
fifth and sixth career starts last week and wound up with a pair of 2-1 
victories. Against Denison, she made nine saves and in an overtime win 
over Wooster, she made six more to total 15 saves on the week. 
October 14, 2007

Wittenberg freshman Boo Vernon (Lake Bluff, IL/Cushing Academy) continued 
to show off her scoring ability, putting away the game-winning goal in 
the Tigers' overtime decision against Denison. It was her second goal of 
the game as the Tigers won, 4-3. Wittenberg also lost to Oberlin last 
week, 1-0. Vernon leads the Tigers with 16 goals and 34 points this 
October 7, 2007

Oberlin senior goalkeeper Lauren Malinowski (Wyncote, PA/Cheltenham) 
accumulated 13 saves in two contests, including 11 and a save on a 
penalty shot against Denison. The Yeowomen improved to 4-2 in the NCAC 
with 1-0 victories over Ohio Wesleyan and Denison to leap into second 
place in the conference standings. 
October 2, 2007

Freshman forward Eileen Barrer (Ann Arbor, MI/Pioneer) scored three goals 
and added an assist to lead Wooster to a pair of conference victories. 
She had two in a 4-0 shutout of Denison and one goal and an assist, both 
on penalty corners, in a 3-1 win over Wittenberg. All of Barrer's 13 
points this season have come in the last four games. 
September 23, 2007

Freshman forward Eileen Barrer (Ann Arbor, MI/Pioneer) scored twice and 
assisted on two other goals to lead Wooster to a pair of victories last 
week. Wooster edged Oberlin, 3-2, as Barrer scored the game-winner in the 
second half. In a 4-2 decision over Earlham, she assisted on two goals 
and scored a third herself. 
September 16, 2007

Freshman Elisabeth Dow (Lake George, NY/Loomis Chaffee) of Kenyon had a 
goal in each of the Ladies' two victories last week, including the 
overtime game-winner against Oberlin. Kenyon upped its conference record 
to 3-0 with a 2-1 overtime victory over Oberlin and a 2-0 defeat of 
Wooster. The Ladies have won six straight in conference dating back to 
last season.
September 9, 2007

Senior defender Diana Boryczewski (Kensington, CT/Kingswood Oxford) 
converted a penalty stroke for Ohio Wesleyan with 3:30 left in regulation 
to send the game against Oberlin to overtime and added two defensive 
saves in the game. The Battling Bishops lived up to their name as they 
battled back from a 2-0 deficit, only to lose in the extra session, 3-2. 
Boryczewski then assisted on the game-winner against Wooster, a goal that 
broke a scoreless tie late in the first half and led OWU to a 2-0 victory. 
The win snapped the Fighting Scot's 17-game, regular season win streak.
September 4, 2007

Earlham sophomore Cassie Gage (West Carrolton, OH/Fairmont) scored all 
three of the Quakers' goals in a 3-1, season-opening defeat of