ODAC Players of the Week - Week 6

ODAC Players of the Week - Week 6

FOREST, Va. --- Believe it or not, we're just a few weeks away from the fall ODAC postseason tournaments. The athletes are certainly aware as they continue to ramp up performances in anticipation. Those earning ODAC weekly honorees include (pictured from top-left): Samantha Yates from Washington and Lee women's cross country, Andrew Hawk from Lynchburg men's cross country, James Mishoe from Guilford men's golf, Liza Lewis from Randolph-Macon women's golf, Joshua Chiquillo from Eastern Mennonite men's soccer, Ali Bishop from Bridgewater field hockey, Patrick Ryan from W&L football, Linsey Bailey from Roanoke women's volleyball, Hayden Bauserman from Shenandoah football, and Megan Engeland from W&L women's soccer.

Below are entries for all 10 winners from the past week of competition.  Click on the associated links to see that sport's weekly honor roll.

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ODAC Players of the Week

Thru Week Prior to: October 8, 2018

Patrick Ryan | Washington and Lee | Sr. | Defensive Back
Ryan, a senior from Darien, Conn., helped the Generals return to the win column with a 30-20 result at Bridgewater. Ryan was twice involved in the turnover game with a fumble recovery for a touchdown and an interception to go with four tackles. His fumble recovery came with 4:49 left in the first half as he scooped up the loose ball and made his way 37 yards to pay-dirt for a 27-6 lead. That was the first fumble recovery for a touchdown by a Generals defender since October 7, 2006, just a day short of 12 years. Ryan's interception helped seal W&L's win as he came down with the turnover to end Bridgewater's final drive of the game with 4:30 to play in the fourth quarter. For the season, Ryan has 12 tackles (11 solo) to go with this week's two turnovers.

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Hayden Bauserman | Shenandoah | Sr. | Quarterback
Bauserman, a senior from Woodstock, Va., picks up his second weekly award after leading the Hornets to a 59-34 win over Hampdeny-Sydney. Bauserman set a new program record with 47 completions, the third-most in ODAC history behind 51 in 2011 from former Emory & Henry quarterback Kyle Boden and 48 in 2007 from former Guilford signal-caller Josh Vogelbach. Bauserman finished 47-of-63 for 490 yards and five touchdowns against one interception. He now has seven games of 400 or more passing yards including two this season. He has also now thrown five or more TD passes in a game eight times, each coming in the past two seasons. Bauserman completed passes to 10 different receivers against H-SC, with Jalen Hudson hauling in a team-best 13 balls. Six receivers had 49 or more yards. For the season, Bauserman leads the ODAC in passing yards (1,851), touchdowns (23), completions (175), attempts (258), completion percentage (67.8), and passing efficiency (154.4). For his career, Bauserman currently ranks third in passing touchdowns (112) and completions (913) and fourth in passing yards (10,494) in ODAC history.

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Ali Bishop | Bridgewater | Jr. | Goalkeeper
Bishop, a junior from Felton, Del., was strong in front of net as Bridgewater went 1-1 against the last two ODAC champions. Bishop made seven seven saves in her first game of the week at Shenandoah, a 2-1 overtime defeat. She made six saves in the second half to force the extra frame. Bishop went unbeaten in game two as she saved all five shots on goal by Washington and Lee on the way to recording a 1-0 shutout victory over the reigning ODAC champions. For the season, Bishop is tied for first in the ODAC in fewest goals allowed (7) and goals against average (1.22) and is third with an .821 save percentage.

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James Mishoe | Guilford | Jr.
Mishoe, a junior from Cary, N.C., led the Quakers to third place at the Gordin Classic hosted by Ohio Wesleyan University at Columbus Country Club in Columbus, Ohio. Mishoe placed fourth overall in a field of 78 players to earn all-tournament honors. His three round total of 212 was good for 4-under par on the par 72 layout set at 7,098 yards. He turned in rounds of 70, 71, and 71 to finish three strokes off the lead. Guilford shot 867 (287-295-285) as a team, 17 shots back of team champion Illinois Wesleyan.

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Liza Lewis | Randolph-Macon | Sr.
Lewis, a senior from Richmond, Va., was the top finished of 23 ODAC players and finish in a tie for second amongst 47 total competitors at the Green Turtle Invitational hosted by Shenandoah University. Lewis carded rounds of 77 and 75 on the par 71 layout set to 5,810 yards at the Shenandoah Valley Golf Club. She finished at 10-over par just one off individual medalist Jordan Koller from York (Pa.) College. Her efforts helped Randolph-Macon to third in the team standings at 653 (331-322; +85).

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Joshua Chiquillo | Eastern Mennonite | Jr. | Forward
Chiquillo, a junior from Woodbridge, Va., put together a seven point week in helping the Royals to a trio of victories including two ODAC wins. Chiquillo opened with an assist on the game's only goal in a victory over Shenandoah. He provided the set-piece delivery on Caleb Oakes header-goal in the 30th minute. After EMU knocked off Gallaudet, 6-0, Chiquillo exploded for his first career hat trick in a 3-0 triumph at Emory & Henry. He beat the keeper in the sixth, 12th, and 35th minutes, the latter coming via a free kick from just outside the 18-yard box. For the season, Chiquillo has nine points on three goals and three assists.

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Megan Engeland | Washington and Lee | Sr. | Forward/Midfielder
Engeland, a senior from Yardley, Pa., put together an eight-point week in helping Washington and Lee to a pair of ODAC wins. Engeland opened the week with the opening goal on a one-timer to the top-right corner in a 3-0 victory at Guilford. She collected her second career hat trick in game two, scoring the third, fourth, and fifth goals of the game in the Generals 4-2 triumph at Shenandoah. For the season, Engeland is fourth in the ODAC in points (19) and third in goals scored (8).

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Linsey Bailey | Roanoke | Fr. | Outside Hitter
Bailey, a freshman from Fincastle, Va., continues to produce for the Maroons as she picks up her third overall and second straight weekly award. Bailey helped Roanoke to a 2-1 week with three double-doubles including a pair of 20-20 matches resulting in 58 kills (4.83/set), 59 digs (4.92/set) and 61.0 points responsible (5.1/set). She also hit .307 over the three matches. Bailey opened with 21 kills, 23 digs, and two aces in a five-set loss to Washington and Lee. She went for 12 kills and 10 digs with an ace in a 3-0 triumph over Randolph. She then set new career-highs with 25 kills and 26 digs in a 3-1 victory over Southern Virginia. For the season, improved upon her ODAC leads in kills (269), kills per set (4.20), and points per set (4.6) while taking over the top spot in overall points (291.5).

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Andrew Hawk | Lynchburg | So.
Hawk, a sophomore from Coplay, Pa., led Lynchburg to a second place team finish at the Hagan Stone Classic hosted by Greensboro Pacesetters at Hagan Stone Park in Pleasant Garden, N.C. Hawk finished eighth overall with an eight-kilometer time of 29:32.17. He shattered his previous best time (31:24.4) at this distance, which he also established in North Carolina last season in Greensboro.

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Samantha Yates | Washington and Lee | Sr.
Yates, a senior from Birmingham, Ala., led the Generals to a second place team finish at the CNU Invitational at Lee Hall Mansion in Newport News, Va. The Generals were second only to Division I member the College of William & Mary. Yates chimed in second overall behind only a W&M runner with a six-kilometer time of 22:27.00. That time is second-fastest in the ODAC and a new season-best for Yates.

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