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2004 NCAC Women's Soccer Players of the Week

November 7, 2004

Ohio Wesleyan junior defender Hillary Hughes (Westerville, OH/South) 
scored the gamewinning goal with 34:36 left in regulation off a corner 
kick to lift Ohio Wesleyan over Wittenberg, 1-0, in the championship game 
of the NCAC Tournament. The title was OWU's fourth in the past five years.
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October 31, 2004

Wooster sophomore midfielder/forward Erin Lustic (Cleveland Hts., OH/
Cleveland Heights) produced a seven-point week, nearly doubling her 
season total (16). She assisted on two scores during a 4-0 win over 
Hiram, and then scored two of the first three goals in a 4-0 win at 
Kenyon while assisting on the other.
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October 24, 2004

Allegheny junior Ashley Rogerson (Fairport, NY/Fairport) scored both 
of the Gators’ goals, including the gamewinner, in a 2-1 overtime win 
at Wooster. The Fighting Scots had opened the scoring in the second half 
and had held the lead till 3:59 remained Rogerson tied the score. She 
then found the back of the net three minutes into overtime. The OT goal 
was her fifth of the season. 
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October 17, 2004

Earlham senior forward Angelique Owanga (Riverdale, GA/Northfield Mt. 
Herman) led the Quakers to a shutout victory over Oberlin with two 
goals and an assist. She leads Earlham with five goals this season.
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October 10, 2004

Ohio Wesleyan junior forward Sarah Wall (Columbus, OH/Upper Arlington) 
recorded a goal and an assist in a 4-0 victory over a solid Defiance team 
(7-2-2 going in), and assisted on the game-winner in overtime versus 
previously undefeated Wittenberg., a 1-0 decision over the Bishops.
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October 3, 2004

Wittenberg sophomore forward Liz Volz (Cincinnati, OH/Seton) scored an
unassisted goal to lift the Tigers over Allegheny in overtime. Wittenberg 
needs just one more victory to assure itself of its second winning season 
since 1995.  The team is riding an 11-game unbeaten string, dating to the 
start of the season.
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September 26, 2004

Wittenberg freshman Lisa Rusch (Columbus, OH/Worthington Kilbourne scored
a goal in the Tigers’ 2-0 win over Mount St. Joseph then scored the
game’s lone goal in a conference-opening 1-0 win over Wooster - the
Tigers biggest win of head coach Norm Riker’s three seasons at the helm.
She leads the team in scoring this season with 12 points over nine games.
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September 19, 2004

Kenyon junior Blair Heiser (Columbus, OH/Upper Arlington) notched three
points on a goal and an assist. Her score with 3:36 left proved to be
the game-winner in a 2-1 decision over Baldwin-Wallace. The Ladies also
posted a 2-0 victory over Capital. Heiser assisted on the insurance goal
in that contest.
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September 12, 2004

Hiram junior Megan Crum (Uniontown, OH/Lake) totalled five goals, four
assists and 13 points to lead the Terriers to a 2-0 week. She opened
the week with three goals and three assists in a 12-0 win over Chatham.
Her seven points, and three assists, were Hiram single-game records.
She shared the assist record with junior Jessica Knight (Chagrin Falls,
OH/Cortland Lakeview) who also tallied three assists. Crum followed
with a goal and two assists in a 5-1 win over Hilbert.
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September 7, 2004

Ohio Wesleyan junior forward Sarah Wall (Columbus, OH/Upper Arlington)
scored three goals and added an assist in a 6-1 victory over Capital
scored what proved to be the game winner in a 2-1 decision over defending
national champion Oneonta State, and was named the Offensive MVP of
Oneonta State’s Red Dragon Cup.