• Sat. Sep 23rd, 2023

September 18 CAA Field Hockey Weekly Awards


Sep 18, 2023
September 18 CAA Field Hockey Weekly Awards

The CAA has announced its field hockey weekly award winners for the fourth week of the 2023 season. William &amp Mary junior midfielder Pyper Friedman was named CAA Player of the Week, when Monmouth freshman goalkeeper Jessie Eiselin received the title of CAA Rookie of the Week.

Pyper Friedman, from William &amp Mary, earned the Player of the Week accolades. In a match against Towson, Friedman scored two targets, one particular in the eighth minute and yet another in the 42nd minute, top her group to a three-two victory. Her second aim proved to be the game-winner, marking her second game-winning aim of the season. Friedman also played the complete 60 minutes in the midfield position against No. ten Liberty, assisting her group hold the Flames scoreless for 58 minutes. On the other hand, Liberty managed to score two targets in the final two minutes, stopping William &amp Mary from securing an upset victory.

Jessie Eiselin, a freshman goalkeeper from Monmouth, was named Rookie of the Week. Eiselin accomplished her very first profession shutout in a conference opener against Drexel, top her group to a 1- win. She faced 15 shots and produced a profession-greatest nine saves, posting a great 1.000 save percentage. In a prior match against Wagner, Eiselin produced 5 saves and posted a .833 save percentage in 60 minutes of play, contributing to Monmouth’s four-1 victory.

In addition, right here are the weekly award winners for the 2023 CAA Field Hockey season so far:
Player of the Week:
-Aug. 28: Kiki Oudshoorn, Delaware
-Sept. four: Pyper Friedman, William &amp Mary Kiki Oudshoorn, Delaware
-Sept. 11: Maria Armaganian, Northeastern
-Sept. 18: Pyper Friedman, William &amp Mary

Rookie of the Week:
-Aug. 28: Kelly Levengood, Hofstra
-Sept. four: Val Van Hellemont, Drexel
-Sept. 11: Val Van Hellemont, Drexel
-Sept. 18: Jessie Eiselin, Monmouth

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