NAC Women's Soccer Weekly Honors (9/9/19 - 9/15/19)

 

 

Player of the Week

Kelsey Innes, SUNY Delhi
Sophomore, M - North Babylon, New York

Innes racked up 16 points this week, with a total of six goals and four assists in two games. First, she scored three goals and added three assists in a 7-1 win against Keystone. Then, in the NAC opener on Saturday, the midfielder notched three more goals and one assist in the 10-0 rout at NVU-Johnson.

 

 

 


Defensive Player & Rookie of the Week

Victoria Hanna, SUNY Canton
First-year, GK - Malone, New York

Hanna made an incredible 41 saves (.911 save percentage) over three matches. She opened the week with 16 stops as the Roos fell in the final second, 1-0 to SUNY Potsdam. The rookie made 11 stops after intermission, with two saves on the last-second play before the Bears put home the second rebound for a heartbreaking loss. On Saturday she keyed a 1-1 double-overtime tie for the Roos versus Thomas, making eight saves. The draw was a key result in the NAC opener for the Roos, after falling 3-0 to the Terriers a season ago. Hanna continued her tremendous week by upping her career-high save total to 17 against Brockport.