BROCKLEBANK TABBED CACC ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
Orangeburg, NY (3/15/11) Dominican College women's lacrosse player, Maggie Brocklebank, has been named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Rookie of the Week for the week ending March, 13th. Senior Lauren Conaty of Georgian Court University has earned CACC)Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week honors after scoring seven goals and one assist against a pair of top-10 teams last week.
Brocklebank tallied eight points in a 1-1 week, including a 5-goal performance in a win over Bridgeport and another two goals and one assist in a setback to Queens. Brocklebank is a 5-5 freshman midfielder from Long Branch, N.J.
Conaty, a 5-3 senior attack from Point Pleasant, N.J., scored a total of seven goals and one assist against a pair of top-10 teams last week, including four goals against #3 C.W. Post. She added three goals and one assist against #10 Dowling.
Click here to view complete release.
Emily Ray, Philadelphia - Posted five goals on seven shots in a CACC win over Post.
Nicole Covella, Chestnut Hill - Recorded five goals and four draws in a dominating win over Bridgeport.
Georgian Court - The Lions just completed a three-game stretch vs. nationally-ranked opponents (#8 Stonehill, #3 C.W. Post, #10 Dowling). GCU opens the CACC portion of its schedule with a home contest vs. Chestnut Hill this Tuesday at 4PM. Ryan McGrath (Sr.) netted a game-high six goals in Saturday's home loss to #10 Dowling. After four games Lauren Conaty (Sr.) leads McGrath for the team lead in goals, 12-11.
Philadelphia - PhilaU fell to #1 nationally-ranked Adelphi University on Saturday before getting their first win of 2011 at Post, 19-6. The team has had solid efforts from two rookies, Emily Ray (who leads the squad in scoring with five goals) and Nicole Lijana with four goals on the year.
Post - Post University's women's lacrosse took a tough home loss to Philadelphia Sunday afternoon in the conference opener. Freshman goalkeeper Jackie Jolles recorded 16 saves on the day. This week the Eagles prepare for a non-conference game against AIC at home, wrapping up an early season three-game homestand.