UAA Athletes of the Week
Cincinnati, OH (Summit Country Day)
Emory University sophomore goalkeeper Liz Arnold recorded a career-high seven saves as the fourth-ranked Eagles fell 1-0 in overtime to eighth-ranked Wheaton (IL) College. She faced 23 shots in 101:39 with eight shots on goal, and finished her first season as a starter with a 15-3-1 record, six shutouts, and a 0.46 goals against average.
Denver, Colorado (East)
Washington University junior forward Lillie Toaspern scored all four Bears’ goals in the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Championship sectionals. She recorded her second career hat trick in a 3-0 win over 18th-ranked Puget Sound on Saturday and then gave the Bears a 1-0 first-half lead over Capital University in the sectional final that ended the season with a shootout loss.
Elkhorn, NE (Elkhorn)
Washington University junior back Tessa Delaney anchored the defense that allowed only one goal in two games in the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Championship sectionals. Delaney and the Bears limited 18th-ranked Puget Sound to five shots on goal in a 3-0 win and held Capital University to five shots in a 1-1 draw that ended the Bears’ season in a shootout.
Other Outstanding Performances