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BIG EAST MEN’S SOCCER REPORT October 12, 2009 (Week 6) www.BIGEAST.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Rachel Margolis, 401-453-0660 rmargolis@bigeast.org

THE W EEK AHEAD...

STANDINGS THROUGH GAMES AS OF OCT. 11 BIG EAST Pts. ®

Blue Division Connecticut (RV/10) Georgetown (RV/16) Notre Dame (RV/22) West Virginia Providence Marquette Seton Hall Pittsburgh Red Division Louisville (12/7) DePaul USF (3/14) St. John’s Villanova Cincinnati Rutgers Syracuse (Current NCSAA/Soccer

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Streak

.786 .714 .714 .714 .357 .357 .286 .071

6-2-3 8-3-1 7-4-1 5-2-4 5-5-1 2-6-3 4-6-2 1-10-1

.682 .708 .625 .636 .500 .318 .417 .125

T1/U5 W2 W3 T2/U6 L2 T1/U1 T1/U1 L1

5-1-1 16 .786 8-1-2 .818 4-3-0 12 .571 7-5-0 .583 3-2-2 11 .571 7-2-2 .727 2-1-4 10 .571 3-2-6 .545 3-3-1 10 .500 6-5-2 .538 3-4-0 9 .429 8-5-0 .615 3-4-0 9 .429 5-6-0 .455 1-6-0 3 .143 2-10-0 .167 America rankings); U - unbeaten streak

W3/U4 W2 T1/U1 T1/U4 L1 W1 L4 L2

5-1-1 5-2-0 5-2-0 4-1-2 2-4-1 1-3-3 1-4-2 0-6-1

16 15 15 14 7 6 5 1

BIG EAST PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Offensive Player of the Week

Steffen Vroom, Sr., F Vroom scored two consecutive game-winning goals to lead DePaul to a 2-0-0 week against BIG EAST opponents. In a 2-1 overtime victory at Cincinnati on Oct. 7, the senior forward ended the game just 1:31 into the first overtime period on an unassisted tally. In DePaul’s 1-0 home win against Rutgers on Oct. 10, Vroom scored just under the 30:00 mark of the game as he deflected a teammate’s pass into the net. This is Vroom’s second honor this season and third of his career.

Defensive Player of the Week

Phil Edginton, Sr., D Edginton helped lead the Cardinals to a 2-0-0 week in BIG EAST play. The senior anchored a Cardinal defense that recorded its seventh and eighth shutouts of the season and the team’s third straight blank sheet against league opponents. He helped Louisville hold then-No. 3/5 USF to just one shot on goal and four total shots in the Cardinals’ 1-0 win on Oct. 7. In a 4-0 win over Syracuse on Oct. 10, Edginton helped hold the Orange to just four shots and one on goal. This is Edginton’s second honor this season and the third of his career.

OCTOBER Tues. 13 11/6 Maryland at RV/16 Georgetown 3:00 p.m. Yale at Providence 3:00 p.m. Bucknell at Marquette 3:00 p.m. Hartwick at Syracuse 7:00 p.m. Rutgers at 19/20 Brown 7:00 p.m. Wed. 14 St. John’s at Princeton 6:00 p.m. Harvard at RV/10 Connecticut 7:00 p.m. Kentucky at 12/7 Louisville 7:00 p.m. 14/23 Indiana at RV/22 Notre Dame 7:00 p.m. RV/NR Michigan at Cincinnati 7:00 p.m. Elon at RV/NR West Virginia 7:00 p.m. Florida Atlantic at 3/14 USF 7:30 p.m. DePaul at Loyola-Chicago 8:00 p.m. Sat. 17 RV/NR WEST VIRGINIA at RV/22 NOTRE DAME 11:30 a.m. DE PAUL at VILLANOVA 1:00 p.m. SETON HALL at PROVIDENCE 2:00 p.m. 3/14 USF at SYRACUSE 7:00 p.m. CINCINNATI at RUTGERS 7:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at RV/10 CONNECTICUT 7:00 p.m. 12/7 LOUISVILLE at ST. JOHN’S 7:30 p.m. RV/16 GEORGETOWN at MARQUETTE 8:05 p.m. BIG EAST games in all CAPS; All dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change

THE W EEK BEH IND... OCTOBER Tues. 6 PROVIDENCE, 0 at RV/13 CONNECTICUT, 4 (Cox) RV/T25 WEST VIRGINIA, 0 at PITTSBURGH, 0 (2OT) Wed. 7 3/5 USF, 0 at 12/11 LOUISVILLE, 1 RV/19 GEORGETOWN, 2 at SETON HALL, 1 VILLANOVA, 3 at SYRACUSE, 1 DE PAUL, 2 at CINCINNATI, 1 (OT) RUTGERS, 0 at ST. JOHN’S, 2 NOTRE DAME, 2 at MARQUETTE, 0 (TW) Sat. 10 RV/13 UCONN, 0 at RV/T25 WEST VIRGINIA , 0 (2OT) PITTSBURGH, 0 at RV/19 GEORGETOWN, 1 (2OT) NOTRE DAME, 1 at PROVIDENCE, 0 (2OT) RUTGERS, 0 at DE PAUL, 1 VILLANOVA, 1 at CINCINNATI, 2 MARQUETTE, 0 at SETON HALL, 0 (2OT) SYRACUSE, 0 at 12/11 LOUISVILLE, 4 ST. JOHN’S, 1 at 3/5 USF, 1 (2OT) BIG EAST games in all CAPS; All dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change; Cox - Cox Sports (local in R.I. and Conn.); TW Time Warner Cable (local in southeastern Wis.)

Co-Goalkeeper of the Week

Josh Ford, RS-Jr., GK Ford earned his fourth and fifth straight shutouts of the year in a 4-0 win over Providence on Oct. 6 and a 0-0 tie at then-RV/T25 West Virginia on Oct. 10. The redshirt-junior made three saves in the home win against the Friars and completed the week with four stops at West Virginia. Ford has not allowed a goal since the Huskies’ 2-1 loss at Rutgers on Sept. 20. This is Ford’s third BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week honor.

Co-Goalkeeper of the Week

Rookie of the Week

Carlos Alvarez, Fr., F Alvarez had a career week as he recorded his first collegiate goal, the first tally of the game at the 6:33 mark, in the 4-0 win over Providence on Oct. 6. It was UConn’s best offensive effort of the season and was Alvarez’s first multipoint game of his career. He recorded one goal and two assists for four points.

Zach Johnson, RS-Jr., GK Johnson and the Mountaineers did not allow a goal in West Virginia’s 0-0-2 week. The redshirtjunior made seven combined stops in both 0-0 double-overtime games. He made two saves at Pitt and gathered several crosses in front of the net. Against then-No. RV/13 Connecticut, Johnson stopped five shots on goal en route to his seventh shutout of the season. This is Johnson’s second BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week honor and first since Sept. 17, 2007. He also earned two rookie of the week honors in 2007.

BIG EAST HONOR ROLL

Tony Cascio, Connecticut, So., MF; Bright Dike, Notre Dame, Sr., F; Colin Rolfe, Louisville, So., F; John Schaefer, Notre Dame, Sr., D; Alex Verdi, Georgetown, Jr., D 222 Richmond Street, Suite 110 • Providence, Rhode Island 02903 • (401) 272-9108 • Fax (401) 274-5967 Communications: (401) 453-0660 • Fax (401) 751-8540 • www.bigeast.org


BIG EAST FIELD HOCKEY REPORT October 12, 2009 (Week 7) www.BIGEAST.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Pamela Flenke, 401-453-0660 pflenke@bigeast.org

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STANDINGS THROUGH GAMES AS OF OCT. 11 Connecticut (7) Syracuse (6) Louisville (15) Providence (RV) Villanova (RV) Georgetown Rutgers

BIG EAST 3-0 3-0 2-2 2-2 1-2 1-2 0-4

Pct. Overall 1.000 13-1 1.000 13-1 .500 7-5 .500 5-7 .333 7-5 .333 1-12 .000 1-13

Pct. .929 .929 .583 .417 .583 .077 .071

Streak W2 W10 W1 W1 L2 L5 L4

(Kookaburra/NFHCA Poll - Oct. 6)

OCTOBER Wed. 14 No. 15 Louisville at No. 20 Ohio State No. 7 Connecticut at RV Northeastern (at Chestnut Hill, Mass.) Georgetown at RV Towson Fri. 16 RV PROVIDENCE at No. 15 LOUISVILLE RV VILLANOVA at GEORGETOWN Sat. 17 No. 5 SYRACUSE at No. 7 CONNECTICUT RV Rider at Rutgers RV Providence vs. No. 4 Wake Forest (at Louisville, Ky.) Sun. 18 RV Villanova at No. 12 Drexel Georgetown at RV Bucknell No. 15 Louisville vs. No. 4 Wake Forest Rutgers at RV Lafayette

3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Noon 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

(Kookaburra/NFHCA Poll - Oct. 6)

BIG EAST PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

BIG EAST games in all CAPS All dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change * Georgetown home games will be played at the William I. Jacobs Recreational Complex on the campus of American University in Washington, D.C.

Offensive Player of the Week

Nicole Youman, Louisville, Jr., M Youman tallied two goals and two assists to lift No. 15 Louisville over Villanova 6-2 on Oct. 10. With seven games remaining in the regular season, she has already tied last year’s total of 11 assists and is three short of a regular-season record. She currently ranks third all-time with 30 setups.

Defensive Player of the Week Melissa Gonzalez, Connecticut, Jr., F

Gonzalez anchored No. 7 Connecticut’s defense that earned its league-leading fifth shutout of the season by defeating No. 10 Massachusetts 3-0 on Oct. 9. The Huskies went errorless in the circle, holding the Minutewomen without a penalty corner. UMass was limited to only three shots on the day despite averaging 14 shots per game. Gonzalez also added an assist in the win, and tallied one goal in Connecticut’s 5-3 win at Yale on Oct. 11.

BIG EAST HONOR ROLL Loren Sherer, Connecticut, Sr., F; Kerianne Murphy, Providence, Sr., B; Julie Ruggieri, Providence, Jr., M; Lindsey Conrad, Syracuse, Jr., F; Amy Kee, Syracuse, Fr., B

THE W EEK BEHIND... OCTOBER

Mon. 5 RV Providence, 2 at No. 9 Boston College, 4 Wed. 7 RV Villanova, 10 at Lehigh, 1 Fri. 9 GEORGETOWN, 0 at No. 6 SYRACUSE, 10 RV PROVIDENCE, 8 at RUTGERS, 0 No. 7 Connecticut, 3 vs. No. 10 Massachusetts, 0 Sat. 10 No. 15 LOUISVILLE, 6 at RV VILLANOVA, 2 Georgetown, 4 vs. Dartmouth, 5 (at Syracuse, N.Y.) Sun. 11 RV Villanova, 0 at LaSalle, 2 No. 7 Connecticut, 5 at Yale, 3 No. 6 Syracuse, 2 vs. Dartmouth, 0 Rutgers, 0 vs. St. Joseph’s, 4 (Kookaburra/NFHCA Poll - Oct. 6)

BIG EAST games in all CAPS * Georgetown home games will be played at the William I. Jacobs Recreational Complex on the campus of American University in Washington, D.C.

THE BIG EAST CORNER With its 10-0 victory over Georgetown, No. 5 Syracuse moved to 3-0 in BIG EAST play. The Orange are currently tied for the top spot with No. 7 Connecticut. The two teams meet this Saturday in Connecticut in what is shaping up to be a battle for the regular-season title and top seed in the BIG EAST Championship.

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BIG EAST Volleyball October 12, 2009 (Week 7) www.BIGEAST.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mike Gambardella, 401-453-0660 mgambardella@bigeast.org

THE W EEK AHEAD...

STANDINGS THROUGH GAMES AS OF OCT. 12 School

BIG EAST Pct. Record

Notre Dame (RV) Syracuse Pittsburgh Cincinnati ut Connecticut USF Louisville Villanova Seton Hall Marquette niia West Virginia Rutgers St. John’s Georgetown DePaul

5-0 5 1 5-1 5-1 4-1 4-2 4-2 3 -2 2 3-2 3 -2 2 3-2 3 33 3-3 2-3 3 2-3 2 -4 2-4 2 -4 2-4 1 4 1-4 1-4 1-5 0-5

1.000 .833 .833 .800 .6 667 67 .667 .6 .600 600 0 .60 60 600 00 .600 .50 00 .500 .40 400 .400 .3 .333 333 33 .3 333 33 .333 200 00 .200 .200 .167 .000

Overall Record

Pct.

Streak

11-4 16 65 16-5 13-7 13 3-7 13-8 13-8 13 8 1 11 1-10 10 11-10 1 0-5 10-5 10 0-8 10-8 1 46 414-6 88 -13 3 8-13 1 2-8 12-8 1 2-9 12-9 8 11 8-11 8-13 11-11 6-13

.733 .762 ..650 6 0 65 .61 619 61 9 .619 .52 52 24 .524 .6 667 6 .667 ..556 55 56 .7 700 0 .700 ..381 381 .600 .5 571 .571 421 .421 .381 .500 .316

W5 W5 W3 W1 L1 L1 L1 W2 L2 W1 W1 L1 L4 L3 L7

BIG EAST PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

OCTOBER 14 Connecticut at Fairfield 16 USF AT SYRACUSE GEORGETOWN AT MARQUETTE DE PAUL AT WEST VIRGINIA 17 CONNECTICUT AT VILLANOVA NOTRE DAME AT PITTSBURGH CINCINNATI AT RUTGERS LOUISVILLE AT SETON HALL 18 CINCINNATI AT SETON HALL DE PAUL AT PITTSBURGH USF AT MARQUETTE ST. JOHN’S AT VILLANOVA LOUISVILLE AT RUTGERS NOTRE DAME AT WEST VIRGINIA GEORGETOWN AT SYRACUSE

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Noon 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

BIG EAST games in all CAPS; All dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change

Player of the Week

Jamel Nicholas, Notre Dame, Sr., S

Notre Dame’s me s Ja Jamel amel Nic Nicholas cholas ear earned rned her first BIG EAST Volleyball Playerr of the Week becomes the Wee e k honor. hono or. Nicholas be first setter this year year ye a to be named named Player Pla layer o off tthe he Week. The team captain taiin sset ett up her te tteammates ammate t s 97 7 ttimes imes over just im nine sets this past weekend. Against 2008 regu regular-season gu u champion Cincinn Cincinnati, Nicholas did chipping nati, Nic iccholas di d d itt all, ch hippin in three kills, three eight digs blocks to go e sservice ervice e aces,, e ight d igs and tw ttwo wo blo along with 52 helpers. the win the Bearcats she 2 help pers. In n th he 3-2 w in overr th he Be set teammate matte Serinity Se eriinity Philips Philip ps on her her 1,000th 1,0 000th career kill. In a live b broadcast ESPNU reigning roadcastt on E SPNU SP NU U against rei igning g BIG EAST Champion Louisville, Nicholas chipped in a d double-double ou with 25 assists digs. also added four ssiists t and and 14 d igs. T ig The he e senior al lso a points of her ow own 3-1 kills and two wn in the 3 -1 victory ryy with two kil service aces. lone undefeated es Notre No otre Dame e is the lon ne und nd def efeate team in the conference with 5-0 record. Freshman of the Week

BIG EAST HONOR ROLL Meagan Dooley, Pittsburgh, Sr., MH Kim Maroon, Villanova, So., L Sarah Morton, Syracuse, Sr., MB Stephanie Niemer, Cincinnati, Jr., OH Kun Song, St. John’s, Jr., OH THE W EEK PAST... OCTOBER 6 7 9

Laura Homann, Syracuse, S

Homann, who earned 2009 2009’ss first freshman of the week freshm honor, becomes the firrst st player st pla p laye la yerr to ye o win win two tw rookie distinctions this season. Syracuse n. S yracuse is now 5-1 yr 5-1 - in conference play and is tied for seco second with Pittsburgh, looking up at only ond wit th Pi Pitt tttsburgh h, loo Notre Dame. The Orange picked nonconference win he O range picke ed up p a non over local foe Colgate went 2-0 conference games, olga ate and dw wen entt 2 en 2-0 in con going on the road St. ad fo for or wins versus St t. Jo JJohn’s hn and Connecticut. Against St. John’ John’s, Homann picked up 11 points on n’’s n ’s, s, H Hom oman om an nn pick ked u seven kills and fourr b blocks go with 39 assists and lock lo cks ks to g o along g wit six digs. For the week, dished e w eek, the th he rookie roo ro okie dis shed out 103 assists over 10 sets while service ace, 13 digs hile ttallying a lying 11 kills, a serv al and five blocks.

10 11

Att. Colgate, 0 at Syracuse, 3 103 Delaware, 3 at Villanova, 1 271 Hofstra, 1 at Rutgers, 3 201 MARQUETTE, 1 AT CONNECTICUT, 3 275 PITTSBURGH, 3 AT GEORGETOWN, 0 478 WEST VIRGINIA, 0 AT USF, 3 724 SETON HALL, 0 AT VILLANOVA, 3 211 LOUISVILLE, 0 AT DE PAUL, 3 222 SYRACUSE, 3 AT ST. JOHN’S, 1 150 CINCINNATI, 2 AT NOTRE DAME, 3 658 SYRACUSE, 3 AT CONNECTICUT, 1 317 WEST VIRGINIA, 3 AT GEORGETOWN, 2 208 RUTGERS, 0 AT VILLANOVA, 3 211 MARQUETTE, 3 AT ST. JOHN’S, 0 123 PITTSBURGH, 3 AT USF, 2 804 CINCINNATI, 3 AT DE PAUL, 0 342 *LOUISVILLE, 1 AT NOTRE DAME, 3 1,746

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Michael Coyne, 401-453-0660 mcoyne@bigeast.org

BIG EAST WOMEN’S SOCCER REPORT October 12, 2009 (Week 8) www.BIGEAST.org

S tandings T h r u G ames of O ct. 1 1 BIG EAST American Division St. John’s (22/18) 4-2-1 West Virginia 4-2-1 Connecticut (NR/24) 4-3-0 Marquette (NR/22) 3-2-2 USF 3-2-2 Pittsburgh 2-1-4 Providence 2-3-2 Syracuse 1-5-1 National Division Notre Dame (8/8) 6-0-1 Rutgers (10/19) 4-1-2 Georgetown 4-2-1 Villanova 3-3-1 DePaul 3-4-0 Cincinnati 2-4-1 Louisville 1-6-0 Seton Hall 0-6-1

13 13 12 11 11 10 8 4

.643 .643 .571 .571 .571 .571 .429 .214

10-3-1 7-4-4 9-5-0 9-4-2 6-5-3 7-3-4 7-5-3 4-8-3

.750 L1 .600 W3 .643 L2 .667 T1/U3 .536 W1 .643 W1 .567 T1/U3 .367 L3

19 14 13 10 9 7 3 1

.929 .714 .643 .500 .429 .357 .143 .071

10-3-1 10-2-3 10-3-2 10-3-2 8-6-2 7-7-1 4-9-0 4-9-1

.750 W2/U8 .767 W1 .733 W2 .733 W2 .562 L1 .500 L2 .308 L2 .321 L4

(NCSAA/Soccer America rankings) U – unbeaten; RV – receiving votes; NR – not ranked

T h e W ee k A h ead …

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B I G E A S T W E E K LY A W A R D S

Pts. Pct. Overall Pct. Strk

OCTOBER 15 SYRACUSE at 10/19 RUTGERS 22/18 ST. JOHN’S at SETON HALL 16 PITTSBURGH at GEORGETOWN PROVIDENCE at DE PAUL WEST VIRGINIA at VILLANOVA NR/22 MARQUETTE at CINCINNATI USF at LOUISVILLE NR/24 CONNECTICUT at 8/8 NOTRE DAME 17 22/18 ST. JOHN’S at 10/19 RUTGERS SYRACUSE at SETON HALL 18 NR/22 MARQUETTE at LOUISVILLE USF at CINCINNATI PROVIDENCE at 8/8 NOTRE DAME PITTSBURGH at VILLANOVA WEST VIRGINIA at GEORGETOWN NR/24 CONNECTICUT at DEPAUL All times (Eastern) are subject to change BIG EAST Games in CAPS

T h e W ee k B e h ind . . . OCTOBER 9 LOUISVILLE, 1 at GEORGETOWN, 2 CINCINNATI, 1 at VILLANOVA, 3 SYRACUSE, 0 at WEST VIRGINIA, 1 DE PAUL, 2 at SETON HALL, 0 8/9 NOTRE DAME, 1 at 10/12 RUTGERS, 0 22/11 ST. JOHN’S, 1 at PITTSBURGH, 0 PROVIDENCE, 1 at USF, 0 24/13 CONNECTICUT, 2 at MARQUETTE, 3 (2ot) 11 LOUISVILLE, 0 at VILLANOVA, 2 24/13 CONNECTICUT, 1 at USF, 2 8/9 NOTRE DAME, 2 at SETON HALL, 0 SYRACUSE, 0 at PITTSBURGH, 1 22/11 ST. JOHN’S, 0 at WEST VIRGINIA, 1 CINCINNATI, 2 at GEORGETOWN, 3 DE PAUL, 1 at 10/12 RUTGERS, 2 (ot) PROVIDENCE, 0 at MARQUETTE, 0 (2ot)

7:00 7:00 3:00 4:00 4:00 7:00 7:00 7:30 4:30 7:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 2:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

Offensive Player of the Week Katie Ryan, Villanova, So., F

Ryan earns BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week honors for the first time this season. In a 2-0-0 week for the Wildcats, the sophomore totaled six points, including two goals. She scored the eventual gamewinner on a penalty kick in the 33rd minute in a 3-1 win over Cincinnati on Oct. 9. Ryan also had an assist in the victory. In a 2-0 shutout against Louisville on Oct. 11, she notched a goal and an assist. Ryan leads the league with 26 points, including 10 goals.

Defensive Player of the Week Meghan Lewis, West Virginia, So., D

Lewis earns BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week honors following a pair of 1-0 shutouts. Lewis helped the Mountaineers’ defense post a 1-0 shutout over Syracuse on Oct. 9. The sophomore also was critical to a 1-0 shutout over then-No. 22/11 St. John’s on Oct. 11. Lewis also accounted for the gamewinner against the Red Storm. It was her first career goal.

Goalkeeper of the Week Jill Schott, Providence, Jr., GK

Schott earns BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week honors following a pair of shutouts in 200 minutes last week. She also totaled 15 saves. The junior made five saves in a 1-0 shutout at USF on Oct. 9. In a 0-0 doubleovertime scoreless draw at Marquette on Oct. 11, Schott made 10 saves. The junior has totaled three shutouts on the season, all coming in league play, and in the last three PC contests.

Rookie of the Week

Caroline Szwed, West Virginia, Fr., M Szwed earns her first BIG EAST Rookie of the Week honor following a 2-0-0 week for the Mountaineers. Her play in the midfield helped secure a pair of shutouts for the Mountaineers. West Virginia beat Syracuse 1-0 on Oct. 9 along with a 1-0 victory over thenNo. 22/11 St. John’s on Oct. 11. Szwed also had an assist on the game-winner against Syracuse.

B I G E A S T Honor roll Kelly Eagan, Villanova, Sr., D Lauren Fowlkes, Notre Dame, Jr., F Gina Pacheco, USF, So., M Nikki Weiss, Notre Dame, Jr., GK Ingrid Wells, Georgetown, So., M

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