Maine's Sevey Leads Trio of Weekly Honorees
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
- 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
- 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.