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IWLCA Players of the Week: March 13, 2019

By IWLCA Admin, 03/13/19, 2:00PM EDT


Division I

Offensive Player of the Week

Dempsey Arsenault – Boston College

Arsenault led the Eagles to two ranked wins over #12 Navy, 18-5, and # 5 Northwestern, 22-17. The senior midfielder posted three goals, three assists, two draw controls, and two ground balls against Navy. Arsenault posted seven goals at Northwestern to lead all scorers, while adding four draw controls, and two ground balls.

Defensive Player of the Week

Megan Taylor – University of Maryland

Taylor led the Terps to a 12-11 OT win against #4 Syracuse, notching 12 saves. With the game tied 11-11 with 12 minutes left, made four game-saving stops to ultimately provide Maryland the chance to win the game. The senior netminder made seven saves in the second half to help hold Syracuse to a season low in goals scored and just a .407 shooting percentage. She held Syracuse to 0-for-3 on free position.

Division II

Offensive Player of the Week

Mackenzie Reh – University of New Haven

In a 2-0 week, Reh led the team with 16 goals and a total of 18 points over two games. Reh broke the program record for goals in a single game against Molloy where she scored nine. The senior midfielder followed that performance with seven goals against Franklin Pierce, helping the Chargers secure its first conference win. She also had two assists and 10 draw controls last week.

Defensive Player of the Week

Hannah George – Le Moyne College

George registered a 7.92 goals against average and 17 saves in Le Moyne’s two road wins over top-six teams. The junior posted seven saves and a ground ball in a 10-9 overtime win at fifth-ranked West Chester on Thursday. She then recorded 10 saves in the Dolphins’ 16-7 victory at sixth-ranked LIU Post on Saturday.

Division III

Offensive Player of the Week

Lara Keenan – Manhattanville College

Keenan posted seven goals, three ground balls, two caused turnovers, and 10 draw controls in a come-from-behind 12-8 victory over The College at Old Westbury. The freshman leads the team with 15 goals, 16 points, and 13 draw controls. Keenan also ranks second on the team in ground balls and third in caused turnovers.

Defensive Player of the Week

Maggie Hanzsche – Franklin & Marshall College

Hanzsche led the defense in Franklin & Marshall’s 6-4 win against #2 Mary Washington on Wednesday with a career-high seven caused turnovers and five groundballs. The junior picked up six more groundballs and caused two turnovers as part of the Diplomats’ 16-6 victory over #15 Cortland on Saturday.