National Cup Player of The Weekend
Apr. 26, 2021 - Paige Petty
Senior Paige Petty lifted Virginia Tech to their first ACC win of the season against rival Virginia on Saturday. It was also the program’s first win at Virginia. Petty earned her 200th career goal during the season finale and put up season high numbers in goals and draw controls. The Hokies are now 14-2 when Petty scores 5 or more goals.
Apr. 19, 2021 - Ali Baiocco
Senior Ali Baiocco helped Stanford clinch the regular season title on Sunday as the she tallied her eighth goal with 16 seconds left on the clock. The attacker put up season-high numbers with 11 shots and eight goals as Stanford stays undefeated in conference and regular season play. Baiocco now has 38 goals on the season and leads the Pac-12 with 58 points.
Apr. 12, 2021 - Abby Hormes
Senior Abby Hormes put up a season-high 10 point performance on Saturday as the High Point Panthers defeated Winthrop 17-10. Hormes finished with 7 goals and a season-high 3 assists on Senior Day to improve to 2-0 in Big South Conference play. Hormes also helped the Panthers win the draw control battle with six wins. She now has 51 points through 10 games this season.
Apr. 5, 2021 - Casey Harkins
Senior Casey Harkins lit up the stat sheet on Saturday with five goals and six assists against Bucknell. Harkins finished one point away from her career-high of 11. A season-high six assists allowed the Eagles to chip away at the Bucknell lead in the final 20 minutes of the game. Harkins now has 28 points through six games.
Mar. 29, 2021 - Izzy Scane
Junior Izzy Scane tallied 9 goals and 3 assists on Saturday as No. 3 Northwestern breezed past No. 9 Maryland. Scane leads the team with a whopping 51 goals through 8 games. Scane recorded season-highs in shots, shots on goal, points and assists this weekend. The Tewaaraton Watch List nominee continues to dominate her opponents on a weekly basis, leading her team to an 8-0 start.
Mar. 22, 2021 - Madeline Seims
Madeline Seims tallied 7 goals and 2 assists on Saturday as Wagner rolled passed Merrimack 22-11. Wagner has yet to trail in a NEC game this season and Seims has played a part of their 4-0 conference record. On Satuday, Seims recorded her season highs in almost every major category.
Mar. 15, 2021 - Taryn Ohlmiller
The Tewaaraton Award nominee continued her dominance this year adding 3 goals and 4 assists to her stat sheet. Ohlmiller posted season highs in assists and points Sunday, helping the Seawolves push past UMass Lowell 20-4. In all, 10 players tallied goals and 4 players recorded hat tricks. Ohlmiller now has 33 points through 7 games.
Mar. 8, 2021 - Livy Rosenzweig
Livy Rosenzweig tallied 4 goals, 3 assists, 5 draw control wins, and 2 ground balls on Saturday, helping Loyola beat American. Rosenzweig recorded six of her game-high seven points in the first half, as Loyola University Maryland raced out to a 15-3 advantage at the intermission before ultimately securing a 21-4 home victory over American in the Patriot League opener for both sides.
Mar. 1, 2021 - Haley Connaughton
Haley Connaughton dominated in their season debut against Boston University tallying five goals and four assists. The No.22 Minutewomen have now won four straight season openers. Connaughton also had 1 ground ball and 1 caused turnover. The senior attacker looks to build on a very impressive 2019 campaign where she finished with 72 points.
Feb. 22, 2021 - Cassidy Spilis
Cassidy Spilis notched 7 goals on 7 shots in Rutgers 13-10 victory over Johns Hopkins University. Spilis produced career game-highs in points (8) and goals (7). The sophomore now has eight career games with three or more goals, including back-to-back three-or-more goal outings to begin 2021. She also produced team highs in draw controls (4) and caused turnovers (2) in the win.