FIELD HOCKEY - OFFENSIVE POTW
Julea Truskey | York | So. | D
Ephrata, Pa. | Ephrata
Truskey scored three goals last week as the Spartans took No. 17 Johns Hopkins to the brink before capturing a come-from-behind win over Lynchburg. Against the nationally-ranked Blue Jays, Truskey scored her first collegiate goal in the 56th minute as the Spartans built a 4-1 lead. She followed that with a career day on Saturday against Lynchburg. With the Spartans trailing 2-1 with 3:29 left in regulation, Truskey tapped home a pass from Greta Plappert at the top of the circle to tie the game with her second goal of the week. Truskey struck again 1:32 later on a penalty corner, poking him a pass from Peyton Martino that proved to the be the game-winner with 1:57 remaining. Truskey's three goals came on just three shots.
Field Hockey Honor Roll
Holly Van Wie | Frostburg State | Sr. | F
Van Wie scored the Bobcats' lone goal in a loss to Juniata last week.
Jessica Cavolt | Mary Washington | Sr. | GK
Cavolt allowed just one regulation goal in 160 minutes of action this week, making 14 saves in the Eagles' two contests. She made four stops in a 1-0 Eagle win at Catholic, and then saved 10 in a 2-1 shootout loss to Christopher Newport on Sunday.
Courtney Mellon | St. Mary's | Sr. | F
Mellon, who missed the first five games of the season with injury, has notched three goals in her first three games back. Mellon scored twice in lifting St. Mary's to a 2-1 road win over Washington College for its second straight win. She currently leads the team with three goals.
Tara Daddio | Salisbury | Jr. | F
Daddio scored one goal and added one assist in Salisbury's 2-0 win at Gwynedd Mercy on Saturday. She scored the game's first goal early in the second half, it was her third game-winning goal of the season.