Sean Lawrence Colby College
Senior • Goaltender • Granite Bay, Calif.
Lawrence made 38 saves in the NESCAC Championship game against Trinity and 39 stops in a semifinal win over Wesleyan to help the Mules win their first NESCAC title. He posted a .975 save percentage while allowing just one goal in each game. Lawrence allowed three goals in the three playoff games. In Colby’s current 5-0-2 unbeaten streak, Lawrence has allowed eight goals in the seven games.
Women's Ice Hockey Player of the Week
Maddie Winslow Middlebury College
Senior • Forward • Manchester, Vt.
Winslow helped Middlebury become the first team to win three straight NESCAC titles with a 2-0 win over Amherst in the championship game. Prior to her solid effort in the title game, Winslow netted the game-winner in a 2-1 win over Bowdoin in the semifinals. She also assisted on the team’s first goal.
Men's Lacrosse Player of the Week
Jameson Hill Connecticut College
Junior • Goalie • Wilton, Conn.
Hill helped Connecticut College register an 8-6 win over Bowdoin and snap a four-game losing streak against the Polar Bears. Even though the Camels were out shot, 43-32, Hill made 15 saves on 21 shots to keep Connecticut College in the game and allow the offense to score four consecutive goals over the final 10 minutes of the third quarter and go on to earn the season-opening win.
Women's Lacrosse Co-Players of the Week
Maia Noyes Amherst College
First Year • Midfield • Lexington, Mass.
Noyes registered a game-high seven points (3 goals, 4 assists) in her debut for the Mammoths. Six of her points came in the second half when Amherst out scored Colby, 8-6. She added one ground ball pickup and a forced turnover in Amherst’s upset win over Colby, 13-12.
Dakota Adamec Tufts University
Junior • Attack • Katonah, N.Y.
Adamec tied a Tufts program record with eight goals in the Jumbos’ season-opening win over Hamilton, 17-4. She also won six draw controls and picked up two ground balls. She was 2-for-2 on free position shots and picked up an assist to lead Tufts with nine points. She had five of her goals in the first half as Tufts built a 10-2 lead at intermission.