2019 NCAC Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week

 

April 29th  
Tess Siciliano, Oberlin
(Sarasota, FL/Out of Door Academy) 

Sophomore standout Tess Siciliano led the Yeowomen past Ohio Wesleyan, 18-11, in the regular-season finale to help Oberlin secure the No. 4 seed in the NCAC Tournament. The Sarasota, Florida, native deposited a career-high six goals and added two draw controls as she ran her team-high goal total to 39 on the year. She has scored at least three goals in each of the last four games, leading the Yeowomen to a 3-1 mark during that stretch.
April 22nd  
Megan Healy, Wooster
(Ottawa Hills, OH/Ottawa Hills)

Wooster senior Megan Healy was unstoppable on the week, especially on draw controls. Healy won 22 draws in two contests last week to up her season count over 90 for the second straight year. Healy’s the only student-athlete in program history to exceed 90 draw controls. She also notched four goals and five assists in two games.
April 15th  
Jane Goodspeed, Denison
(East Grand Rapids, MI/East Grand Rapids) 

Denison senior Jane Goodspeed broke her own school record for draw controls in a game with 18 against DePauw. She also became Denison’s career leader in draw controls in the same game. Goodspeed totaled 27 draw controls in the Big Red’s pair of wins over Wooster and DePauw on the week.
April 8th  
Emily Wadds, Wittenberg 
(Cincinnati, OH/Wyoming)

Wittenberg's Emily Wadds did a bit of everything as Wittenberg took a 15-10 victory over Ohio Wesleyan on the road. The senior tallied five goals while logging three assists, converting on 4-of-5 free position attempts and taking 20 draw control wins for the Red and White. 
April 1st  
Avery Morgan, Kenyon
(Mount Kisco, NY/Holderness)

Kenyon’s Avery Morgan led the Ladies with six points on three goals and three assists in a conference win over Allegheny. The junior also added two groundballs, three draw controls and one caused turnover in Kenyon’s seventh straight victory.
March 25th  
Megan Healy, Wooster
(Ottawa Hills, OH/Ottawa Hills)

Wooster senior Megan Healy broke a trio of career school records, while the Fighting Scots improved to 8-0 on the year for the first time since the 1975 team went undefeated (9-0). Healy broke the programs career records for draw controls and groundballs with seven and eight, respectively, during Wooster’s 15-14 overtime win against Baldwin Wallace on Wednesday. She then broke the caused turnovers record during Saturday’s 20-10 win at Wittenberg. She now has 205 career draw controls, 200 groundballs, and 122 caused turnovers.
March 18th  

Sloane Baumgartner, Ohio Wesleyan
(Naperville, IL/St. Francis)

Ohio Wesleyan’s Sloane Baumgartner helped the Battling Bishops record three victories last week on the west coast. Baumgartner tallied five goals in an 11-6 victory at Puget Sound, four goals in a 17-4 win at Pacific (OR) and seven goals in a 15-9 victory at Linfield. Ohio Wesleyan has won five games in-a-row, its longest streak since 2008.

March 11th
Josee Clayton, Wittenberg
(Perrysburg, OH/Perrysburg)

Josee Clayton helped the Tigers win back-to-back games last week with a six-goal performance against the Vikings of Augustana College before returning home and adding two goals and two assists in the Red and Whites 13-10 win over Carthage. On the week, Clayton scored 11 goals and dished out two assists in three games.
March 4th
Alex Zielinski, Allegheny
(Erie, PA/McDowell)

In Saturday’s 19-9 win at Washington & Jefferson, Alex Zielinski tied the Allegheny single-game record with 12 points as she posted career highs with seven goals and five assists. She also snagged four ground balls, eight draw controls and three caused turnovers in the win. In Wednesday’s opener at Thiel, the senior recorded a hat trick and an assist for four points,  to go along with four groundballs and three caused turnovers.
February 25th
Emma Lawrence, Wooster
(Wilbraham, MA/Williston-Northhampton)

Wooster senior Emma Lawrence recorded in a team-high six points on four goals and two assists as the Fighting Scots downed Capital 18-7 in the season lid-lifter on Saturday. Lawrence delivered an all-around effort with four groundballs, three draw controls, and three caused turnovers to supplement her offensive efforts.
February 18th  
Julia Mahoney, Kenyon
(Davidsonville, MD/The Key School)

Kenyon’s Julia Mahoney scored a team-high four goals and tallied a team-high five points during the Ladies’ season-opening 20-1 win at Heidelberg. Her four goals were also a career, single-game personal best.