2006 NEWLA Players of the Week

May 8, 2006

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

Jess Vogel, Western New England
(Sr. A – Tonawanda, N.Y.)
Vogel led the Golden Bears to their third straight NEWLA Tournament title by scoring four goals with two assists in a 15-7 victory over Worcester State. She also had three ground balls and two draw controls. Vogel’s six points gave her 105 for her career as she became the 10th player in the program's eight-year history to pass the century mark.

Lindsey Burns, Western New England
(Sr. D – Fairport, N.Y.)
Burns had another solid week compiling two ground balls and three caused turnovers in a 15-7 win over Worcester State in the championship game of the NEWLA Tournament.

 

 

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May 1, 2006

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

Michelle Thompson, Western New England
(Fr. M – Wilbraham, Mass.)

Thompson scored 14 points (12 goals, 2 assists) in a 3-0 week with five ground balls, three caused turnovers, and a draw control. She netted a career high seven goals in an 11-10 win at Bridgewater State in sudden victory. Michelle had two goals and two assists in a 19-5 win at Castleton State and three goals against Castleton State in the semifinals of the NEWLA Tournament.

Stacey Nelson, Worcester State
(So. D - Pepperell, Mass.)

Nelson was all over the field in the Lancers 14-10 win over Lasell.  Nelson recorded had two draw controls, two ground balls and had a pair of caused turnovers.

 

Kaitlin Zangle, Western New England
(Fr. A – Westborough, Mass.)

Zangle helped the Golden Bears to three wins after scoring five goals with an assist, three ground balls, a caused turnover, and draw control. She netted two goals in an 11-10 overtime win at Bridgewater State, including the game winner in sudden victory. Kaitlin also tallied a pair of goals against Castleton State in the semifinals of the NEWLA Tournament.

April 24, 2006

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

Ann Clark, Worcester State
(Jr. A – Worcester, Mass.)

Worcester State junior attacker Ann Clark posted nine goals, including four in the first 14 minutes of the contest, in a 14-13 non-conference loss to visiting Roger Williams University.

 

Alia Andrews, Western New England
(Sr. D - Westfield, Mass.)

Alia recorded six caused turnovers and three ground balls in three victories for the Golden Bears. She had three caused turnovers in a 21-3 win over Elms. Alia also contributed four goals and an assist in the three wins.

 

Katelyn Greene, Castleton State
(Fr. A – Westborough, Mass.)

In a 1-1 week, Katelyn Greene scored 13 goals, had 9 ground balls and 10 draw controls. In an 18-7 win over St. Joseph's (CT), Greene scored 6 times, scooped up 5 ground balls and had 6 draw controls. In a weekend loss to Lasell, Greene tallied 7 goals, 4 ground balls and 4 draw controls

 

April 17, 2006

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

Kayte Devine, Western New England
(So. M – New Fairfield, Conn.)
Devine scored 14 points (13 goals, 1 assist) in a 2-1 week for the Golden Bears highlighted by a six-goal performance in a 15-4 win over previously undefeated Worcester State. She also netted two goals and had an assist in a 23-4 victory over Emerson, and five goals in a 14-12 loss against Mount Holyoke. The sophomore also had eight draw controls, seven ground balls, and four caused turnovers in the three contests.

Raemarie Josefiak, Elms
(So. DW - Springfield, Mass.)

Josefiak recorded a combined 15 ground balls, eight caused turnovers and two draw controls in two games last week for the Blazers to earn her second consecutive NEWLA Defensive Player of the Week award. The sophomore also added a two goals and an assist in last Thursday's non-conference loss at Nichols.

Kaitlin Zangle, Western New England
(Fr. M – Wingdale, N.Y.)

Zangle had another solid week helping Western New England win two of three games and stay perfect in the NEWLA. She scored three goals and had two ground balls in a 15-4 victory over previously unbeaten Worcester State. The freshman also had a goal against Emerson and goal plus an assist against Mount Holyoke.

April 10, 2006

Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week
Ann Clark, Worcester State
(Jr. A – Worcester, Mass.)

Clark continued her hot streak with 14 goals and four assists in two contests as the Lancers improved to 7-0 (5-0 NEWLA) on the season. The junior led the Lancers back from a 5-1 first half deficit to a 17-8 win with seven tallies. At Emerson on Saturday, Clark scored another seven goals on seven shots and added four assists in a Worcester State victory.

Raemarie Josefiak, Elms
(So. DW - Springfield, Mass.)

Josefiak recorded seven ground balls, four caused turnovers and three draw controls in the Blazers' 19-7 win over St. Joseph College (CT) last Thursday. She also added a goal and two assists in the victory.

Shannon Feeley, Worcester State
(Fr. A – West Springfield, Mass.)

Feeley scored six goals and passed out seven assists as the Lancers improved to 7-0 (5-0 NEWLA).  Against conference rival Lasell, the freshman scored a pair and dished out three assists. Feeley added four goals and four assists in a 21-6 victory on the road against Emerson.

April 3, 2006

Co-Players of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week
Kayte Devine, Western New England
(So. M – New Fairfield, Conn.)

Devine netted 14 goals in a 2-1 week, including a school record nine goals in a 23-10 win over Lasell in the team's NEWLA opener. She had four goals in a 13-9 victory over Rensselaer that was the Golden Bears' first win ever over the Red Hawks in four meetings.  The sophomore also compiled five ground balls, five draw controls, and three caused turnovers in the three contests.

Kate Coniglio, Castleton State
(Sr. D - Manchester Center, Vt.)

Coniglio led the Spartans to a 1-1 week, including a NEWLA victory over Emerson College. Against Emerson Coniglio scored 5 goals on 6 shots and was credited with 6 groundballs. In a one goal loss to Southern Maine, Coniglio led the team with 6 goals and an assist while scooping up 3 ground balls.

Caitlin Childs, Elms
(So. DW - Hingham, Mass.)

Childs recorded a combined 14 ground balls, four caused turnovers and two draw controls in addition to scoring five goals in Elms College's two games last week. 
Jenna Laporte, Worcester State
(Fr. A – New Bedford, Mass.)

Laporte had a strong week for Worcester State as she scored 8 goals and had an assist in two wins.  Versus Elms, Laporte registered a hat trick and in the week's finale versus Thomas, she scored 5 goals and had an assist.

March 27, 2006

Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week
Ann Clark, Worcester State
(Jr. A – Worcester, Mass.)

Clark posted an impressive 20 points (16 goals and 4 assists) in two Lancer victories.  In a 16-9 victory over Western Connecticut, Clark paced the scoring attack with six goals and an assist.  Sunday against Castleton State in their NEWLA opener, Clark posted 10 goals with three assists in a 19-14 league opening win.
Erin Conn, Western New England
(Fr. Cover Point–Yorktown Heights, N.Y.)

Erin compiled nine ground balls, seven caused turnovers, and four draw controls in two games. She had six ground balls and four caused turnovers in a 12-9 loss against Endicott. In an 11-10 win over Manhattanville Erin had four draw controls, three caused turnovers, and three ground balls.
Kaitlin Zangle, Western New England
(So. A – Wingdale, N.Y.)

Zangle, a sophomore playing her first season of lacrosse, came off the bench to score the first four goals of her career in an 11-10 victory over Manhattanville, including three in the second half as the Golden Bears rallied from a 5-3 halftime deficit.

March 20, 2006

Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Rookie of the Week
Ann Clark, Worcester State
(Jr. A – Worcester, Mass.)
Clark, the Lancers all-time leading scorer compiled 10 points in a 19-7 win over Nichols on Tuesday.  Clark posted 3 goals and a Worcester State single game record 7 assists in the win.

Erin MacDonald, Worcester State
(So. D – Dedham, Mass.)
The sophomore defender had 3 caused turnovers, 2 ground balls and a draw control in Worcester State's win over Nichols.

Katelyn Green, Castleton State
(Fr. A – Westborough, Mass.)
In Saturday's 11-9 win over Centenary, Greene scored 5 goals, including the game winner and had 1 assist.