|October 16, 2017
Junior • Forward • Little Compton, R.I.
Lough scored the lone goal in Bates’ 1-0 win over Amherst, the day after assisting on the only goal in a 1-0 victory over Tufts. Lough also scored Bates’ first goal in a 2-1 overtime victory over Babson earlier in the week. The two NESCAC wins moved the Bobcats from ninth into a tie for fifth in the standings.
|October 9, 2017
Senior • Forward • Darien, Conn.
Leonard scored three goals in a 3-0 week for the Panthers. She recorded a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win at Tufts, before scoring twice, including the game-winner, in a 3-0 victory over Wesleyan.
|October 2, 2017
Finn scored all three Trinity goals against NESCAC competition, as the Bantams won at Connecticut College, 1-0, and at Bates, 2-1. Trinity also downed the University of New England, 4-3, on the road last week.
|September 25, 2017
Senior • Defender • Danvers, Mass.
Murphy helped the Camels post two shutout victories against Roger Williams (4-0) and Hamilton (1-0). She anchored a back line that yielded only one shot against Roger Williams and recorded two defensive saves in the win over the Continentals. Connecticut College scored 47 seconds into the game before Hamilton out shot the Camels by a 17-1 margin the rest of the way. Murphy notched both of her defensive saves at 51:45 and 55:20 of the second half to help preserve the win.
|September 18, 2017
Sophomore • Forward • Hopkinton, Mass.
Finnerty scored four goals in three games, including a pair of overtime game-winners, as the Polar Bears rolled off three NESCAC wins. Finnerty scored the game’s only goal in overtime in a 1-0 win at Bates. She added a goal and an assist in a victory over Wesleyan. Finnerty scored to tie the game in the second half and notched the game-winner in double-overtime to beat Williams, 3-2, to close out the week.
|September 11, 2017
Senior • Midfielder • Harding Township, N.J.
Turnbull recorded four of Amherst’s five goals, including the game-winner in each contest, in wins over Mount Holyoke (3-2) and Bowdoin (2-1). The Mammoths earned their first victory versus the Polar Bears since 2013. Turnbull converted on four-of-five shot attempts to finish the week with a .800 shot percentage, including a clutch penalty stroke score with 10:25 to play against Bowdoin.