2004 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week

May 2, 2004
Sarah Grenert, Middlebury
(Senior, Goalkeeper - Sewickley, Pa.)
Grenert anchored the Middlebury defense this weekend as they won their fourth consecutive NESCAC Championship. She allowed 6.5 goals/game and made 18 saves as Middlebury picked up wins over Bowdoin and Amherst to win the title. Grenert now leads the NESCAC with a 5.33 GAA and a .650 save percentage.

April 26, 2004
Ashley Harmeling, Amherst
(Junior, Midfield - North Reading, Mass.)
Harmeling tallied 19 points on 13 goals and six assists in a 3-0 week for third-ranked Amherst, including the overtime game-winner in Saturday's dramatic 11-10 win over visiting Williams. She added 10 ground balls, nine caused turnovers and nine draw controls in the three victories and leads the Jeffs in points (95), goals (56) and assists (39).

Nuala O’Donohoe, Middlebury
(Senior, Attack - Needham, Mass.)
O'Donohoe had another big week for Middlebury as she scored nine goals and assisted on six others as the Panthers defeated ninth-ranked Williams before winning on the road at Bates. The senior tallied six goals in the win over Williams, while tallying three at Bates. She continues to lead the Panthers with 49 goals and 64 points on the season.

April 19, 2004
Molly Jennings, Williams
(Senior, Midfield - Greenwich, Conn.)
Jennings scored three goals with two assists in a win at Colby, including the assist on the game-winning goal in overtime. She began the week with four goals at Conn. College and followed up with two goals in a win over Trinity. For the week, Jennings tallied nine goals and two assists in three Eph conference wins.

April 12, 2004
Allison Aldrich, Amherst
(Senior, Midfield - Cornwall, Vt.)
Amherst senior tri-captain Allison Aldrich tallied four goals and an assist in Tuesday's 18-8 win at Conn. College, followed by a five-goal outburst in Saturday's 14-6 win at Bowdoin as the third-ranked Lord Jeffs improved to 8-1 on the season.

Nuala O’Donohoe, Middlebury
(Senior, Midfield - Needham, Mass.)
O'Donohoe scored nine goals and assisted on three others in two NESCAC wins for Middlebury. She began the week with five goals and one assist in a 14-5 win over Tufts. On Saturday, O'Donohoe scored four goals and assisted on two others as the #1 Panthers defeated Trinity 13-7 on the road.

April 5, 2004
Nuala O’Donohoe, Middlebury
(Senior, Midfield - Needham, Mass.)
O'Donohoe scored 10 goals and assisted on two others in two big wins for Middlebury. She began the week with three goals in a 14-5 win over Union at Kohn Field. On Saturday, O'Donohoe scored seven goals and assisted on two others as #1 Middlebury topped #2 Amherst 17-10 on the road.

March 29, 2004
Ashley Harmeling, Amherst
(Junior, Midfield - North Reading, Mass.)
Harmeling tallied four goals and six assists in Saturday's 18-10 win at 17th-ranked Colby. She then added three goals and three assists in Sunday's 17-6 win at Bates. Harmeling, who was also the NESCAC Player of the Year in women's soccer, leads the second-ranked Jeffs with 37 points on 21 goals and 16 assists.

March 22, 2004
Beatrice Gratry, Trinity
(Junior, Attacker - Hunting Valley, Ohio)
Gratry tied a career-high with nine goals in a win against Scranton, and followed up with a three goal, three assist performance against No. 4-ranked Gettysburg in an 11-10 defeat. Gratry closed the week with three goals and one assist in an 18-4 win over Dickinson

March 15, 2004
Becca Vogel, Wesleyan
(Junior, Attacker - Blauvelt, N.Y.)
Vogel tallied 10 goals with five assists leading Wesleyan to a 3-0 start, including wins over two nationally ranked teams. In an 11-9 win over Cortland St., Vogel had five goals and an assist. She added three goals and three assists in a 13-6 win over Rensselaer and tallied two goals and an assist in a 9-7 OT win over Ithaca. With her efforts this week, Vogel became just the sixth Wesleyan woman to go over 100 career points and became the first to do it as a junior.