GINA VALLES, Roanoke, Senior, Midfielder

GINA VALLES, Roanoke, Senior, Midfielder

Valles, a senior from South Windsor, Conn., broke school scoring records in career goals while setting three single-game school records in two ODAC victories last week.  She set records in points (14), goals (8) and caused turnovers (7) in a 23-10 win over Virginia Wesleyan on Senior Night.  Against Bridgewater, Valles racked up three goals, one assist and 10 groundballs in the 26-8 triumph.  Against the Marlins, Valles broke the ODAC’s all-time goals and scoring record and is now ranked sixth in NCAA Div. III history in career points (386).

Women's Lacrosse Honor Roll

Summer Frazier, Guilford, Junior, Midfielder
Frazier recorded five goals and two assists to match her career-best 7 points in Guilford’s 20-8 victory over Randolph …scored her five goals on six shots-on-goal… had a game-high seven draw controls in Guilford’s 19-6 loss to Washington and Lee.

Lesley Buckingham, Lynchburg, Junior, Attack
Buckingham broke her own school record this week for goals in a season and currently sits at 63 for the season. She scored four times with one assist against Randolph Wednesday and added three goals and three assists against Sweet Briar.

Erin Clare Cassidy, Randolph-Macon, Senior, Attack
Cassidy had seven goals, six draw controls and two groundballs in R-MC’s 12-11 win over USA South Champion and the south’s second ranked team Christopher Newport on Wednesday.  Cassidy helped R-MC rally from four down with 17 minutes to play, scored four goals including two in the last 47 seconds to win the game with one second remaining.     In a loss to Washington and lee, Cassidy had one goal.

Emmy Mathews, Washington and Lee, Senior, Midfielder
Mathews led the No. 15 Generals in a 2-0 week with wins over Guilford and Randolph-Macon. Mathews was the Generals’ leading scorer in both contests, finishing with five points (4g, 1a) against Guilford and seven points (6g, 1a) versus Randolph-Macon. In the contest against Guilford, she also added four draw controls, two ground balls and two forced turnovers. Her six goals versus Randolph-Macon was a career-high, and she also contributed three draw controls, one ground ball and one caused turnover.