FIELD HOCKEY - DEFENSIVE POTW
Sam Keating | York | Jr. | GK
Annapolis, Md. | Broadneck
Keating registered a 2-0 week in the cage with 11 saves and one shutout. She opened the week with her second consecutive shutout, blanking St. Mary's with six saves in a 4-0 win over the Seahawks. She followed that with a stellar performance in holding the high-flying Christopher Newport offense to one goal as she made five stops in leading York to a 2-1 overtime victory on Saturday. Keating finished the week with 11 saves in 143:39 of work in cage, posting a .917 save percentage and goals against average of 0.49.
Field Hockey Honor Roll
Brittan Muir | Christopher Newport | Sr. | D
Muir played all 144 minutes during CNU's two games last week. With that performance, the senior established a new career record for minutes played by a field player with 4,480. That topped the previous mark of 4,468 set by former teammate Mackenzie Neylon from 2014-17. Making the most of her time on the field, Muir anchored Christopher Newport's back line and was especially crucial on the penalty corner defense, which stoned 19 of the opposition's 21 attempts during the week.
Sam Coffey | Frostburg State | So. | M/F
Coffey tallied two goals and one assist in the Bobcats' 4-0 non-conference win against Hood.
Gabrielle Corder | St. Mary's | Fr. | M
In St. Mary's 2-1 week, Gabrielle Corder paced the Seahawks offensively with two goals and two assists. Corder started the week with the game-winning goal in a 2-1 road win over Eastern Mennonite. She followed that up with season-bests of two assists and four points in a 3-1 victory at Frostburg State for St. Mary's first CAC win of the season. Corder currently leads the Seahawks with four goals and 11 points.
Tara Daddio | Salisbury | Jr. | F
Daddio scored three times in a pair of Salisbury shutout wins last week. She put home the game winner, scoring the first two goals of the game, in the team's 4-0 win against Wesley on Wednesday and added her third goal of the week in a 5-0 win against Mary Washington on Saturday. She attempted six shots, putting three on target, with all three finding the back of the cage.