Evarts, a senior from Goldens Bridge, N.Y., helped the Maroons to a trio of ODAC victories last week by posting 15 points, 10 draw controls, six ground balls and four caused turnovers. She opened with three goals and three assists in an 11-9 triumph over Bridgewater. She added four draws and three ground balls. Evarts scored three more times in a 10-7 victory at Guilford, chipping in an assist and two caused turnovers. She capped her week with four goals and another helper in a 20-6 wom at Randolph. She registered five draws and three ground balls in that contest. For the season, Evarts leads Roanoke with 32 points on 21 goals and 11 assists.
Women's Lacrosse Honor Roll
Eleanora Keene, Guilford (Sr., M - Wittman, Md.)
Keenecollected 14 ground balls and caused eight turnovers in addition to scoring three goals in the Quakers 0-2 week. She grabbed nine loose balls and forced five miscues in a 10-7 loss to Roanoke. She added three goals with five ground balls and three caused turnovers in a 9-6 loss to 10th-ranked Washington and Lee.
Katie Seidel, Lynchburg (Sr., M - Chagrin Falls, Ohio)
Seidel scored three times with one assist in each of LC's contests last week -- a 24-0 triumph over Hollins and a 19-10 loss to Christopher Newport. She had three ground balls against SU.
Samantha Fagone, Randolph (Sr., GK - Bay Shore, N.Y.)
Fagone became the national leader in saves with 36 stops over two contests last week. She made 16 saves in a 16-2 loss to Shenandoah, and then added 20 stops in a 20-6 setback to Roanoke. She now has posted straight games of 10-plus saves.
Susie Snee, Randolph-Macon (So., M - Bel Air, Md.)
Snee helped R-MC to a 1-1 week with five points. She scored twice with four draw controls in a 14-5 loss at Washington and Lee. She added two more tallies and an assist with seven draw controls in a 13-10 win over Bridgewater.
Miranda Rudacille, Shenandoah (Jr., A/M - Edgemere, Md.)
Rudacille notched 13 points in a 2-0 week for Shenandoah. She scored five times with three assists in a 16-2 triumph over Randolph. She moved to the midfield against Sweet Briar, but still registered five goals in a 12-5 victory.
Megan Schallock, Virginia Wesleyan (Fr., M - Waukesha, Wisc.)
Schallock scored twice with seven draw controls and three ground balls in an 18-12 win over Sweet Briar. She added four goals and three draws in a 19-2 victory over Hollins. Her 53 draw controls lead the ODAC.
Lauren Procaccino, Washington and Lee (So., A - Manahassett, N.Y.)
Procaccino led 10th-ranked Washington and Lee to a 2-0 week. She scored four times with an assist in a 14-5 win over Randolph-Macon. She posted the same score line in a 9-6 triumph at Guilford.