CARR CHOSEN PLAYER OF THE WEEK FOR WOMEN'S LACROSSE
NEW HAVEN, CT - Daryl Carr of Georgian Court University was chosen Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week for the week ending Sunday, April 5. Kory Webster of Wilmington University picked up Rookie of the week accolades.
Carr, a sophomore attack from Brick, NJ, led the Lions to a 3-0 week with a total of 16 points behind eight goals and eight assists. She tallied three goals and dished out six assists against Chestnut Hill and added three goals in a win over Philadelphia.
Webster, a freshman midfielder from Abingdon, MD, scored nine points in two games last week for the Wildcats. She registered three goals against Chestnut Hill and added four goals at Howard.
Carley Glass, Chestnut Hill (Jr., M, Baltimore, MD) - Scored 11 points in a 1-1 week with eight goals and three assists.
Amanda Matos, Dominican (So., A, 5-3, Vernon, NJ) - Scored eight goals in two games, including six against Holy Family and two versus Georgian Court.
Jenn James, Holy Family (So., A, 5-5, Philadelphia, PA) - Notched four goals and two assists in a loss vs. Dominican.
Chestnut Hill - Carley Glass totaled eight goals and three assists for 11 points for the week. She was 1-for-2 on free position opportunities in addition to securing nine ground balls, five draws, and four caused turnovers. She scored six goals, provided four ground balls, and caused three turnovers in the win at Wilmington. She leads the Griffins with 70 points this season, as the team's most balanced contributor (41 goals, 27 assists). She also leads the team in ground balls (27), is tied for the lead in draw controls (30) and is tied for second in caused turnovers (14).
Holy Family - Holy Family suffered a pair of conference losses to Philadelphia (24-1) and Dominican (20-12) this past week. Attack Gina Mansi is leading the team in goals (21) and points (22). Attack Jenn James is second with 18 goals and 20 points. Midfielder Kelly McGrogan has a team-high 20 ground balls. Midfielder Katherine Podlinski has 16 draw controls. The Tigers are still looking for the program's first victory. This week, Holy Family is on the road with games at Wilmington (Tues.) and Chestnut Hill (Thu.)
Philadelphia - The Lady Rams had a .500 week, dominating HFU and then losing their second contest of the season to Georgian Court- this one a 15-9 road loss. The team has two non-conference games this week with a contest at Molloy (4/10) and a home game against STAC (4/11).