Nicole Sevey earned the second America East Player of the Week honors of 2013 Monday.
Nicole Sevey earned the second America East Player of the Week honors of 2013 Monday.
Courtesy: America East Communications

Maine's Sevey Leads Trio of Weekly Honorees

Release: 09/09/2013

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A trio of America East field hockey standouts that led their teams to wins over the weekend are the league's weekly award winners this week:

Player of the Week
Nicole Sevey, So., Maine
Skowhegan, Maine

  • Tallied four goals and two assists in three games last weeks, two of which were Maine wins.
  • Had at least one point in all three games.
  • Racked up eight points (3G, 2A) in Sunday's 5-2 win at Quinnipiac. That total was just points shy of Maine's single-game record

Defensive Player of the Week
Carlie Tarbell, Sr., New Hampshire
Wakefield, Mass.

  • Led UNH to a 1-1 week by making 13 saves in two games and registering a 3.00 GAA and .684 save percentage.
  • Had one stop in a 3-1 win at Pacific Sunday.
  • Made 12 saves, including 11 in the first half, at #12 Stanford Sunday to keep her team in the game.

Rookie of the Week
Julie de Paeuw, Fr., Fairfield
Chaumont Gistoux, Belgium

  • Tallied three goals last week, scoring in each of Fairfield's games, two of which were victories.

Around the League

  • Albany's beat Cornell, 2-0, Saturday and is off to its first 3-0 start is its first since 2010.
  • The Great Danes have outscored opponents 15-1 in those three games and lead the nation in scoring margin (4.67).
  • Albany goalkeeper Maxi Primus leads the country in GAA (0.33).
  • Fairfield (3-1) beat Hofstra and St. Joseph's last week and nearly knocked off No. 3 and defending national champion Princeton before falling, 4-3.
  • UNH earned its first win of the season on Sunday, beating Pacific, 3-1.
  • Maine posted its first two wins of the season over the weekend, beating Hofstra and Quinnipiac by identical 5-2 scores.