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Field Hockey Athletes of the Week: October 15, 2018

field hockey athletes of the week for October 15, 2018

Offensive Player of the Week

Nina Bruno (Keene State) – Sophomore – Forward – Agawam, Mass.
Bruno was named LEC Offensive Player of the Week after erupting for five goals, including the game-winner, in the Owls' 7-3 conference victory over Bridgewater State. The five goals matched the program record for goals scored in a single game, and put her into the conference lead for goals (21) and points (47) this season.  

Defensive Player of the Week

Cassidy Windler (Worcester State) – Junior – Back – Holden, Mass.
Windler was named LEC Defensive Player of the Week after registering three defensive saves in the Lancers 3-1 conference victory over Western Connecticut. She now leads the LEC with six defensive saves this season.

Goalkeeper of the Week

Rachel Loseby (Keene State) – Sophomore – Hartford, Vt.
Loseby was named LEC Goalkeeper of the Week for the second time this season after totaling nine saves while earning a pair of conference wins in cage for the Owls. She had a pair of stops in a win over Bridgewater State before tallying seven saves in a win at cross-state rival Plymouth State.  Loseby is now 11-3 this season, ranks second in the LEC in goals against average (1.69) and fourth in save percentage (.755).

Rookie of the Week

Lindsay Pych (Southern Maine) – Freshman – Goalkeeper - West Milford, N.J.
Pyck was named LEC Rookie of the Week for the first time this season after going 2-1 in cage for the Huskies, with both wins coming in conference matches. She had two saves in a 4-0 LEC win at Framingham State and had two more stops in a 4-1 victory over Westfield State. The shutout against the Rams was the first of her collegiate career. Pych is now 5-4 this season with a 2.04 goals against average, which ranks fifth in the conference.