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Field Hockey Weekly Notebook – Oct. 14

Oct 15, 2014, 11:01 AM EDT

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Emma Clifton • William & Mary
Sr. | M | Loomberah, New South Wales/Calrossy Anglican
-Becomes the first Tribe field hockey member to win Player of the Week honors this season after recording two assists in a key win at JMU.
-The 4-3 OT win over the Dukes was William & Mary’s first victory in Harrisonburg since 2004.
-Assisted on the Tribe’s first goal in regulation which also helped her break the all-time program record for assists with 22.
-Added her second helper in the overtime period, giving her six assists on the year, which ties her single-season career-high.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Esmee Peet • Delaware
So. | M | Zeewolde, The Netherlands/RSG Slingerbos
-Had a hand in both of the Blue Hens’ goals in a 2-1 double overtime win at Princeton on Friday.
-Assisted on UD’s game-tying goal early in the second half and then provided the difference-maker in the 85th minute of the second OT — also her third game-winning tally of the season.
-Scored her second goal of the weekend in a 2-1 win at Towson on Sunday.
-Leads UD with 21 points and nine goals in 2014.
ROOKIE OF THE WEEK:
Simca Schoen • Hofstra
Fr. | D | Hamburg, Germany/Gymnasium Othmarschen
-Notched her third goal of the year in the Pride’s lone contest of the week at Drexel. The score came five-plus minutes into the second half of an eventual 2-1 victory.
-The win helped snap a two-game losing skid versus Drexel for the Pride.
-Paces Hofstra and the CAA with nine assists this season.

Week 7 Tweets of the Week:
@TribeGameDay – “FH – first overtime win of the year for W&M, first win in Harrisonburg since 2004 – second straight 4-3 win over JMU #fhtribe.”
@HofstraFH1 – “Great win for HUFH, congratulations to Captain @JonelBoileau scoring her 100th point! #TeamPride.”Random Notes: *Dating back to last season, UD has won 11 straight CAA contests. *HU Sr. Jonel Boileau now has 100 career points. *Drexel is 0-2 in CAA play for the first time since 2006. *NU has won 11 straight games for the fourth time in program history.