2007 NEWLA Players of the Week

May 7, 2007

Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week

Audrey Kelton, W. New England
(Sr. A – Wilder, Vt.)

Kelton helped lead the Golden Bears to their fourth straight NEWLA Tournament title by scoring two goals with five assists in a win over Worcester State in the championship game. She also had two assists in a loss at city rival Springfield. The senior set a school record this season with 112 points (44 goals, 68 assists).

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Lindsey Fenton, W. New England
(So. M – Amherst, Mass.)

Fenton scored 10 goals in a 1-1 week for the Golden Bears. She netted six goals in a victory over Worcester State in the NEWLA Tournament championship game and scored four times in a loss at city rival Springfield. Lindsey also had four ground balls, four caused turnovers, and four draw controls against Worcester State.

April 30, 2007

Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week

Ann Clark, Worcester State
(Sr. C – Worcester, Mass.)

Clark led the Lancers to a 2-0 week with 15 goals and 3 assists.  In the NEWLA semifinal vs Castleton Clark scored a game-high 7 goals with her 6th being her 300th career tally.  Clark is just the 3rd person in NCAA Division III to score 300 goals.

 

Kayte Devine, W. New England
(Jr. M – New Fairfield, Conn.)

Kayte compiled 12 draw controls (5 against Bridgewater State) and had five caused turnovers along with four ground balls in a 2-1 week for the Golden Bears.

 

Lindsey Fenton, W. New England
(So. M – Amherst, Mass.)

Fenton totaled 13 points (10 goals, 3 assists) in a 2-1 week for the Golden Bears. She notched four goals in a 14-13 loss against Bridgewater State and had four goals and an assist in a win over Norwich in the NEWLA playoffs. The sophomore also added eight caused turnovers, seven ground balls, and four draw controls in the three contests.

 

April 23, 2007

Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week

Ann Clark, Worcester State
(Sr. C – Worcester, Mass.)

Clark led the Lancer offense with 15 goals and 7 assists in a 3-0 week. Clark now stands in 3rd place in all time NCAA DIII goals in a career and 11th in career points.

Lyndsey Nunes, Worcester State
(Jr. GK – West Springfield, Mass.)

Nunes went 3-0 on the week as the Lancers clinched the 2nd seed in the NEWLA tournament. In three games, she posted a miniscule 3.38 GAA and a .695 save percentage.

Allyson Daniels, Norwich
(Fr. M – Concord, N.H.)

Allyson Daniels scored 7 goals and dished out 5 assists as the Cadets went 2-0 for the week. Daniels also caused 4 turnovers and collected 1 groundball in Norwich's 13-7 win at Elms.

April 16, 2007

Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week

Allyson Daniels, Norwich
(Fr. M – Concord, N.H.)

Allison Daniels scored 14 goals and recorded 6 assists as the Cadets went 3-0 for the week. Daniels scored a game-high 7 goals in Norwich's 17-10 win at Lasell.

 

Brie Sylvia, W. New England
(So. GK - West Tisbury, Mass.)

Sylvia continued to show steady improvement after compiling a 72.5 save percentage in three victories. She had 37 saves and allowed only 14 goals as the Golden Bears ran their winning streak to seven games. Brie stopped 19 shots against Mount Holyoke.

 

Stephanie Pearce, Castleton
(Fr. A – Shoreham, N.Y.)

Pearce led the Castleton offense to a 2-1 week, including a NEWLA win over Lasell. The freshman attacker scored seven goals and dished out a pair of assists. She also had four ground balls, two draw controls and three caused turnovers in the Castleton attack zone.

 

April 9, 2007

Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week

Shannon Feeley, Worcester State
(So. A - West Springfield, Mass.)

Feeley led the Lancers with 15 points on the week on 10 goals and 5 assists. The sophomore posted a team-high 5 goals in a loss to Bridgewater and added 4 more plus 3 assists in a win over Norwich.

Brie Sylvia, W. New England
(So. GK - West Tisbury, Mass.)

Sylvia stopped 28 shots in three victories highlighted by a 17-save performance in a 15-14 double overtime win over Roger Williams. She made a key stop in each overtime period to keep the Golden Bears from losing. A first-year starter, Sylvia also had 11 saves in a victory at Worcester State.

Lindsey Fenton, W. New England
(So. M – Amherst, Mass.)

Fenton played a key role in helping the Golden Bears to a 3-0 week by scoring nine goals, including five in a 15-14 double overtime victory over Roger Williams. She had three goals in a 2:05 stretch late in the second half that rallied the Golden Bears against the Hawks. The sophomore also contributed 13 grounds balls (5 against both Roger Williams and Elms) with nine caused turnovers and seven draw controls during the week.

April 2, 2007

Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week

Ann Clark, Worcester State
(Sr. C – Worcester, Mass.)

Clark amassed 17 goals and 6 assists as the Lancers went 3-0 on the week including a pair of NEWLA victories.  In a win over Western Conn., Clark posted 5 goals and a pair of assists.  Versus Lasell, Clark scored 6 goals and had 2 assists.  On Saturday, Clark had 6 goals and 2 assists.

Lyndsey Nunes, Worcester State
(Jr. GK – West Springfield, Mass.)

Nunes posted a .591 save percentage as he picked up three victories this week.  She made 26 saves and had a 8.11 GAA on the week.

 

Lindsey Fenton, W. New England
(So. M – Amherst, Mass.)

Fenton had three goals, an assist, four ground balls, and a pair of caused turnovers as the Golden Bears opened their NEWLA campaign with a 21-6 win over visiting Castleton State. She also contributed two goals and four ground balls along with three draw controls in a home loss against Eastern Connecticut.

March 26, 2007

Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week

Nicole Bouchard, Castleton
(Jr. A – Brentwood, N.H.)

Bouchard led the Spartans to a 1-0 start to their season, scoring three goals and assisting on the game winner in an 11-10 NEWLA victory over Emerson.

 

Erin Conn, Western New England
(So. D –Yorktown, N.Y.)

Conn had two ground balls and two caused turnovers in a 16-10 win at Manhattanville that helped WNEC win its first contest of the season. She anchored the defensive unit that allowed only four goals in the second half.

 

Nicole Adams, Castleton
(Fr. A – Rutland, Vt.)

Adams started her collegiate career off on the right foot as she scored two goals and assisted on two others in Castleton's 11-10 NEWLA victory over Emerson.