2017 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week

  • Annie McCorry, Shenandoah, Jr., Attack
    May 01, 2017
    McCorry, a junior from Downingtown, Pa., put together an 11-point week in helping Shenandoah to a pair of conference wins to lockdown a spot in the upcoming ODAC Tournament. McCorry opened her week with three goals and three assists in a 19-2 victory over Randolph College. She added a ground ball and a draw control to her line. McCorry followed that effort with five more points on five goals in a 15-4 triumph over Guilford. She added five ground balls, five caused turnovers, and three draw controls in that contest. For the season, McCorry is seventh in the ODAC with 31 goals scored, helping her to a team-best 37 points. She is #1 in the league in free-position goals with 11.
  • Haley Tucker, Washington and Lee, So., Midfielder
    April 24, 2017
    Tucker, a sophomore from Manakin-Sabot, Va., led the Generals to a pair of ODAC wins to secure her second weekly award of the season. Tucker notched nine points on the week, beginning with four goals and two assists in a 15-6 triumph at Shenandoah. She added seven draw controls and a pair of ground balls to her. Tucker added three more goals in the Generals' 15-4 victory at Guilford. She chipped in five draw controls, two ground balls, and caused two turnovers.
  • Morgan Barlow, Roanoke, Fr., Midfielder
    April 17, 2017
    Barlow, a freshman from South Hamilton, Mass., helped lead the Maroons to a pair of conference victories including a 10-9 overtime thriller at Lynchburg. Barlow kicked off her seven-point week with two goals, two ground balls, a draw control, and a caused turnover in a 13-5 triumph at Guilford. She then starred in the overtime win at Lynchburg, scoring four goals while dishing out an assists and coming away with two ground balls. Barlow's third goal of the game tied the score at 9-all with 59-seconds left in regulation to force overtime. She then converted on a free position shot at the 2:50 mark of the first overtime period, securing the victory for Roanoke. For the season, Barlow is ninth in the ODAC with 22 goals scored and is second on the team with 23 points.
  • Alicia Sandoval, Lynchburg, So., Attack
    April 10, 2017
    Sandoval, sophomore from Montclair, Va., posted an 11-point week as the Hornets won a pair of ODAC games to move to 3-2 in league play. Sandoval opened with two goals and five assists in Lynchburg's 17-4 triumph over Virginia Wesleyan. She added three ground balls and a caused turnover to her line. She then came up with four more points on two goals and two assists in an 8-7 victory at Shenandoah. Her assist on Lynchburg's last goal proved the deciding factor in the win. For the season, Sandoval is third in the ODAC with 44 points. She is second with 18 assists and third with 26 goals scored.
  • Susie Snee, Randolph-Macon, Sr., Midfielder
    April 03, 2017
    Snee, a senior from Bel Air, Md., helped the Eagles rack up a pair of conference victories last week. In a 17-0 triumph at Virginia Wesleyan, Snee scored twice and dished out an assist. She helped maintain possession with nine controls to go with a ground ball and two caused turnovers. Snee was back at it with three goals in a 17-6 victory at Guilford. She added seven draw controls and three ground balls to her stat line. For the season, Snee has registered 17 points on 16 goals and one assist. She is fourth in the ODAC with 41 draw controls and ninth with 12 caused turnovers.
  • Amanda Dionne, Guilford, So., Attack
    March 27, 2017
    Dionne, a sophomore from Nashua, N.H., helped the Quakers collect a pair of wins last week with a seven-point showing. Dionne opened with five goals in an 11-10 victory over Greensboro. It was her tally with 53-seconds to play that send the Quakers on to victory. She converted both her free position attempts and added two ground balls and two draw controls. Dionne added a goal and an assist as the Quakers cruised to a 21-0 triumph at Sweet Briar. She added two ground balls and a draw control. For the season, Dionne is third in the ODAC in points (29) and second with 24 goals scored.
  • Jess Castelo, Washington and Lee, Jr., Attack
    March 20, 2017
    Castelo, a junior from Red Bank, N.J., registered eight points to help Washington and Lee to a pair of wins last week. Castelo opened with two goals and two assists in the Generals' 14-2 win over previously ranked St. Mary's (Md.). She added a caused turnover in that contest. Castelo followed with four goals as nationally fourth-ranked Washington and Lee thumped #9 Catholic, 18-3. She added three ground balls to her line in that game. For the season, Castelo has registered 12 points on eight goals and four assists.
  • Alex Lightfoot, Randolph-Macon, Jr., Attack
    March 13, 2017
    Lightfoot, a junior from Fairfax, Va., put together a 15-point week powered by 13 assists in Randolph-Macon's two non-conference victories. Lightfoot opened with seven assists and a ground ball in the Yellow Jackets' 11-7 win over nationally 19th-ranked St. Mary's (Md.). She then scored twice and handed out six more assists in R-MC's 14-1 triumph at Goucher. She added a ground ball and a caused turnover in that contest. For the season, Lightfoot is second in the ODAC with 20 points and leads the league with 17 assists.
  • Hayley Soutter, Washington and Lee, Sr., Midfielder
    March 06, 2017
    Soutter, a senior from McLean, Va., helped seventh-ranked Washington and Lee moved to 4-0 on the season, with all but one of those victories coming against current nationally-ranked opponents. In Saturday's contest, Soutter proved the difference both in total and timing as she scored three times in the Generals' 6-5 victory over then seventh-ranked (now 11th) Salisbury University. She scored W&L's final two goals, which proved the difference in the Generals' holding on for the victory as the Sea Gulls dropped in a pair of late tallies. For the season, Soutter is fourth in the ODAC with seven goals and sixth with eight points. Her seven goals have come on just 11 total shots and 10 shots on goal.
  • Elliot Gilbert, Washington and Lee, Fr., Goalkeeper
    February 27, 2017
    Gilbert, a freshman from Bedford, N.Y., got some valuable big game experience and responded with two wins over top competition last week. Gilbert came away with seven saves and two ground balls in a 7-5 road win at Christopher Newport. She then helped the Generals' trounce then nationally fourth-ranked Franklin & Marshall, 9-3, with six saves, six ground balls, and four caused turnovers at home in Lexington. The wins helped W&L move up to #12 in the IWLCA weekly poll. For the season, Gilbert owns a 3.60 goals-against-average with 15 saves and a 62.5 save percentage in 150 minutes in the cage.
  • Haley Tucker, Washington and Lee, So., Midfielder
    February 20, 2017
    Tucker, a sophomore from Manakin-Sabot, Va., helped the Generals kickoff the new season with a 5-4 victory over nationally 16th-ranked Mary Washington on Saturday. Tucker scored three times on just three shots, including the would-be game-decider with 19:42 to play. The Generals' midfielder chipped in five ground balls, three caused turnovers, and a draw control.