FREDERICKSBURG, Va. -- York senior Autumn Mallory and junior Eve Hauptle swept the CAC Field Hockey weekly awards for Sept. 11, 2017.
Offensive Player of the Week
Autumn Mallory | York | Sr. | F
Leonardtown, Md. | Leondardtown
York senior Autumn Mallory earned CAC Offensive Player of the Week honors after tallying three goals, including both game-winners, in a 2-0 week for the Spartans. Mallory began the week by scoring the lone goal of the game with 4:05 left in the first overtime to lift the Spartans to a 1-0 win over Dickinson in the Spartans' home opener. She followed that up with the first two goals in the Spartans' 6-1 win over previously-unbeaten Shenandoah on Saturday. Mallory finished the week with three goals on eight shots on goal. For the season, Mallory is tied with teammate Greta Plappert for the team lead in goals (3) and points (6).
Defensive Player of the Week
Eve Hauptle | York | Jr. | GK
Alexandria, Va. | West Potomac
York junior Eve Hauptle was selected as the CAC Defensive Player of the Week after allowing just one goal in 150:55 of work between the pipes in a 2-0 week for the Spartans. She registered six saves in a shutout overtime victory against Dickinson, and added one save in a win over Shenadoah. For the week, she posted a 0.46 goals against average and a .875 save percentage.
WEEKLY HONOR ROLL (9/11)
CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT: Madison Doss, Sr., M, Mechanicsville, Va./Lee-Davis
FROSTBURG STATE: Nicole Leighty, Sr., GK, Bel Air, Md./C. Milton Wright
MARY WASHINGTON: Lexie Dixson, So., F, Landenberg, Pa./Avon Grove
SALISBURY: Natalie Wilkinson, Sr., F, Morgantown, Pa./Twin Valley
WESLEY: Brittany Bishop, So., M, Middletown, Del./Middletown
NOTES AROUND THE CONFERENCE
Salisbury is ranked No. 3 in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Preseason National Rankings, while Mary Washington and Christopher Newport are receiving votes ... CNU senior Madison Doss registered her first career hat-trick at Oberlin on Friday after scoring the game's first two goals before adding the final tally in the second half. She also contributed an assist to finish with seven points, equaling the fourth-highest single-game total in program history. Two days later, Doss had a hand in the squad's game-tying goal during a 2-1 triumph at Kenyon. Serving as the inserter on a penalty corner early in the second half, she helped set-up the equalizer by Courtnie Greene, who capitalized on the corner to knot the game at one on the way to the win ... Frostburg State senior goalkeeper Nicole Leighty stopped 21 shots in three games for Frostburg last week. She stopped 10 shots against Elizabethtown and made five saves against Ohio Wesleyan in the Bobcats' first win of the season ... Sophomore Lexie Dixson scored a pair of goals on two shots as Mary Washington defeated No. 9 Franklin & Marshall on Saturday, including the game-winner with 7:07 remaining in regulation. A second team All-CAC selection a season ago, Dixson also scored the lone first half goal against the Diplomats, as the Eagles snapped a three-game losing streak to F&M, and gained their first win over a top-10 ranked team in two seasons (Oct. 24, 2015 vs. Salisbury). The pair of goals were her first points of the season for the Eagles. Jessica Cavolt had a pair of saves in gaining the shutout in a 4-0 win over Bridgewater (Va.) on Wednesday. On Saturday, she made six key saves vs. F&M. For the week, she had eight saves and allowed two scores for a .800 save percentage ... Salisbury senior Natalie Wilkinson scored Salisbury's lone goal in a 2-1 overtime loss to No. 1 Messiah on Saturday night. She attempted two shots in the game ... Wesley's Sidney Knott made three saves in net against Washington (Md.). Brittany Bishop scored a goal with 14 seconds left against Washington ... York senior Ali Posey became the third Spartan in school history to go over 100 career points with her penalty stroke goal in the 6-1 win over Shenandoah on Saturday. She now has 101 points on 44 goals and 13 assists.
2017 CAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
|9/5||Rachel Domanico, SAL||Brittan Muir, CNU|
|9/11||Autumn Mallory, YCP||Eve Hauptle, YCP|