• December 15, 2008
  • Hood Soph. GK Rachelle Buhrman Picked As CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week
    November 03, 2008
    Hood Soph. GK Rachelle Buhrman Picked As CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week Hood sophomore goalie RACHELLE BUHRMAN (Smithsburg, Md./Middletown) was named the CAC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week after posting 200 shutout minutes last week, including a career-high performance between the pipes that helped the Blazers record the first CAC playoff victory in school history. After playing scoreless first halves in games against Notre Dame (Md.) and Mary Washington, Buhrman registered a career-best 16 saves and rejected three out of four penalty kicks in the game-deciding shootout to lift the sixth-seeded Blazers past third-seeded Stevenson in the opening round of the CAC playoffs. Her scoreless streak is now 245 minutes over four games, dating back to Oct. 20.
  • Stevenson's Brittany Ross Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week
    October 27, 2008
    Stevenson's Brittany Ross Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week Stevenson freshman goalie BRITTANY ROSS (Millersville, Md./Severna Park) was named the CAC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week after recording 17 saves in 200 minutes as the Mustangs went 1-0-1 on the road to secure third place in the upcoming conference playoffs. Ross was credited with eight saves in a midweek win at York, recording her sixth shutout in 11 wins this season. Ross followed with nine saves while allowing just one goal in an overtime draw at Mary Washington. It’s the second time this season Ross has gained the CAC weekly honor.
  • Record-Breaking Forward Stephanie Eyler Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week
    October 20, 2008
    Record-Breaking Forward Stephanie Eyler Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week Stevenson freshman forward STEPHANIE EYLER (Thurmont, Md./Catoctin) was named the CAC Women’s Soccer Co-Players of the Week after breaking the CAC record for goals in a season. Her six goals last week in wins over Marymount and Gallaudet raised her season total to 21 scores, topping the previous CAC mark of 20 goals in a season set by Goucher’s Sarah Weaver in 1997 and equaled by Salisbury’s Kate Weaver in 2006. With two regular-season games remaining and at least one CAC playoff game, Eyler needs one point to tie Sarah Weaver’s CAC record of 48 points in a season.
  • Senior Forwards Lauren Carrier And Jill Stanley Share CAC Women's Soccer Weekly Award
    October 13, 2008
    Senior Forwards Lauren Carrier And Jill Stanley Share CAC Women's Soccer Weekly Award St. Mary’s senior forward LAUREN CARRIER (Crownsville, Md./Old Mill) and York senior forward JILL STANLEY (Stewartstown, Pa./Kennard-Dale) were named the CAC Women’s Soccer Co-Players of the Week for Oct. 13, 2008.
  • Hood Freshman Jessica Devine Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week
    October 06, 2008
    Hood Freshman Jessica Devine Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week Hood freshman defender JESSICA DEVINE (Elkton, Md./Elkton) was named the CAC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week after scoring three goals and assisting on another as the Blazers went 2-0-1 in the week and extended their unbeaten streak to seven matches (6-0-1). Devine started the week with a goal in each half of a 2-2 tie vs. Goucher. She followed that by scoring the first goal in a 2-0 win over Shenandoah. Saturday, Devine assisted on the game-tying score in what proved to be a 3-1 win over Washington. For the season, she’s fourth on the team with 15 points (7 G, 1 A).
  • Salisbury Freshman Sarah Jessilonis Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week
    September 29, 2008
    Salisbury Freshman Sarah Jessilonis Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week Salisbury freshman forward SARAH JESSILONIS (Pasadena, Md./Chesapeake) was named the CAC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week after scoring the biggest goal of her brief career in Saturday’s re-match of the 2007 CAC Championship Game. Jessilonis found the back of the net for the first time in her career by deflecting a corner kick with just 42 seconds left in the second overtime to lift the Sea Gulls past York, 1-0.
  • Keepers Gena Goodson And Brittany Ross Named CAC Women's Soccer Co-Players Of The Week
    September 22, 2008
    Keepers Gena Goodson And Brittany Ross Named CAC Women's Soccer Co-Players Of The Week Salisbury senior goalie GENA GOODSON (Lexington Park, Md./Great Mills) and Stevenson keeper BRITTANY ROSS (Millersville, Md./Severna Park) each extended their team’s defensive scoreless streaks through two games to earn a share of the CAC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week award.
  • SMC Senior Lauren Carrier Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week
    September 15, 2008
    SMC Senior Lauren Carrier Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week St. Mary’s senior forward LAUREN CARRIER (Crownsville, Md./Old Mill) was named the CAC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week after scoring five goals in two outings for the undefeated Seahawks. She started the week with a career-best performance, scoring every goal of a 4-0 CAC triumph over Hood, then tallied an equalizer as SMC upended Elizabethtown, the seventh-ranked team in the region, by a 3-2 margin. For the season, she leads the Seahawks with 13 points on six goals and an assist.
  • Salisbury's Gena Goodson And Stevenson's Stephanie Eyler Share CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week Award
    September 08, 2008
    Salisbury's Gena Goodson And Stevenson's Stephanie Eyler Share CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week Award Salisbury senior goalie GENA GOODSON (Lexington Park, Md./Great Mills) and Stevenson freshman forward STEPHANIE EYLER (Thurmont, Md./Catoctin) were named the CAC Women’s Soccer Co-Players of the Week.
  • Wesley senior forward Gina Orrben Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week
    September 02, 2008
    Wesley senior forward Gina Orrben Named CAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week Wesley senior forward GINA ORRBEN (Hockessin, Del./A.I. DuPont) was named the CAC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week after leading Wesley to the championship of the Wolverine Soccer Classic and earning Tournament MVP honors in the process. Orrben scored a goal in both tournament matches, including the game-winner against the Neumann. In the process, she moved into ninth place all-time at Wesley with 38 points and seventh with 17 career goals.