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Women's Lacrosse Weekly Awards - Week 8

Women's Lacrosse Weekly Awards - Week 8

Complete Women's Lacrosse weekly release in pdf format

Photos courtesy of Princeton Athletic Communications

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Princeton swept the Ivy League women’s lacrosse weekly awards after a 2-0 week, including a win over No. 10 Syracuse.

LEAGUE NOTES
• The Ivy League went 9-4 in non-conference action last week to improve to 41-16 overall, for a winning percentage of .719.

• The Ancient Eight is .500 or better against nine of the 10 conferences they’ve faced, including the ACC, Big Ten, Big East, America East and Colonial.

• The Ancient Eight went 3-0 against ranked opponents last week to improve to 7-9 against ranked teams this season.

• Three teams are ranked in the top-10 of both polls, Princeton leads the way at No. 7/7, Cornell at No. 8/8 and Penn at No. 10/9. The Ivy League is the only conference with three top-10 teams in either poll.

• Seven of the eight Ivy teams have winning records, and all eight have at least four victories.

• Yale competed in the rare women’s lacrosse double-header, playing two games on April 1, including an upset of No. 19 Stanford.

• The Ancient Eight returns to Ivy play this weekend, with No. 7 Princeton hosting Harvard, No. 8 Cornell welcoming Brown, No. 10 Penn taking on Dartmouth and Yale traveling to Columbia.

• All five games this week will be broadcast live on The Ivy League Digital Network (ILDN), now available on Apple TV and Roku via the ILDN app.

UPCOMING SCHEDULE
Tuesday, April 4
Binghamton at No. 8 Cornell, 3 pm [ILDN]

Saturday, April 8
*Harvard at No. 7 Princeton, 1 pm [ILDN]
*Brown at No. 8 Cornell, 1 pm [ILDN]
*Yale at Columbia, 1 pm [ILDN]
*Dartmouth at No. 10 Penn, 1 pm [ILDN]

*-Ivy League contest

KEY
ILDN-Broadcast live on The Ivy League Digital Network

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Princeton senior midfielder Olivia Hompe (New Canaan, Conn.) totaled 17 points in just two games to lead the Tigers to a 2-0 week. She set career-highs in goals (seven) and points (nine) in Princeton’s 16-11 win over No. 10 Syracuse, and then followed that up with five goals and three assists in her team’s 16-4 victory over Delaware. She became the eighth Tiger to tally nine points in a single game and is now second all-time in program history with 225 points.

Hompe earns her first Offensive Player of the Week honor of the season and third of her career.

Hompe’s Statistics for the Week
7G, 2A, 9 Pts., 1 FPG, 1 GB, 1 DC, 1 CT, 50.0 Shot % vs. No. 10 Syracuse
5G, 3A, 8 Pts., 3 GB, 2 CT, 38.5 Shot % vs. Delaware



DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Princeton senior defender Madeline Rodriguez (Edina, Minn.) was instrumental in her team’s 2-0 week, compiling three ground balls, seven draw controls and four caused turnovers. She posted six draw controls and a caused turnover in the Tigers’ 16-11 win over No. 10 Syracuse, then filled the stat sheet with three ground balls, one draw control and three caused turnovers as Princeton defeated Delaware, 16-4, marking the Blue Hens’ lowest offensive output of the season.

Rodriguez earns her first career Ivy League weekly award. She is the second Tiger to receive Defensive Player of the Week this season, joining Ellie DeGarmo (Feb. 20, March 13).

Rodriguez’s Statistics for the Week
6 DC, 1 CT vs. No. 10 Syracuse
3 GB, 1 DC, 3 CT vs. Delaware



HONOR ROLL
Britt Brown, Penn (Sr., GK – Bronx, N.Y.)
1 GP-1 GS, 60:00 Mins., 7 GA, 7.00 GAA, 13 Svs., 65.0 Sv. %, 1-0 at No. 16 Northwestern

Caroline Cummings, Penn (Jr., A – Menlo Park, Calif.)
3G, 1A, 4 Pts., 1 GB, 2 DC, 60.0 Shot % at No. 16 Northwestern

Ellie DeGarmo, Princeton (Sr., G – Baltimore)
1 GP-1 GS, 60:00 Mins., 11 GA, 11.00 GAA, 18 Svs., 62.1 Sv. %, 1-0 vs. No. 10 Syracuse
1 GP-1 GS, 51:11 Mins., 4 GA, 4.69 GAA, 10 Svs., 71.4 Sv. %, 1-0 vs. Delaware

Catherine Ellis, Cornell (Sr., A – Englewood, Colo.)
2G, 3A, 5 Pts., 100.0 Shot % at Rutgers

Lindsey Ewertsen, Columbia (So., A/M – Montclair, N.J.)
4G, 1A, 5 Pts., 5 GB, 1 DC, 5 CT, 80.0 Shot % vs. Wagner
1G, 1A, 2 Pts., 2 GB, 2 DC, 12.5 Shot % vs. Hofstra

Kathryn Giroux, Dartmouth (So., M – Summit, N.J.)
1G, 1A, 2 Pts., 4 GB, 12 DC, 1 CT at Siena
2G, 2 Pts., 1 FPG, 2 GB, 9 DC, 50.0 Shot % vs. Harvard

Hope Hanley, Yale (Sr., A – Dover, Mass.)
1G, 1 Pt., 2 GB, 50.0 Shot % at BC
2G, 2A, 4 Pts., 1 GB, 1 CT, 100.0 Shot % vs. Sacred Heart
3G, 8A, 11 Pts., 2 FPG, 100.0 Shot % vs. No. 19 Stanford

Marissa Hudgins, Brown (Jr., D/M – Syracuse, N.Y.)
3 DC, 1 CT at Cal
5 GB, 3 DC, 2 CT at San Diego St.

Julia Lennon, Harvard (Jr., M – Loudonville, N.Y.)
1 GB, 3 DC, 1 CT vs. No. 19 Stanford
3 Gb, 2 CT at Dartmouth

Victoria Moore, Yale (Sr., D – Concord, Mass.)
2 GB, 1 CT at BC
1 GB vs. Sacred Heart
5 GB, 2 DC vs. No. 19 Stanford

Carolyn Paletta, Brown (So., M – Greenwich, Conn.)
5G, 1A, 6 Pts., 1 FPG, 1 GB, 5 DC, 62.5 Shot % at Cal
1G, 1 Pt., 4 DC, 14.3 Shot % at San Diego St.

Renee Poullott, Cornell (Sr., GK – Syracuse, N.Y.)
1 GP-1 GS, 60:00 Mins., 9 GA, 9.00 GAA, 13 Svs., 59.1 Sv. %, 1-0 at Rutgers

Marisa Romeo, Harvard (Sr., A – Syracuse, N.Y.)
3G, 2A, 5 Pts., 42.9 Shot % vs. No. 19 Stanford
5G, 2A, 7 Pts., 1 FPG, 2 GB, 1 CT, 55.6 Shot % at Dartmouth

Taylor Quinn, Columbia (Sr., M – Radnor, Pa.)
5G, 5 Pts., 3 FPG, 3 DC, 1 CT, 55.6 Shot % vs. Wagner
3G, 3 Pts., 1 FPG, 7 GB, 4 DC, 5 CT, 33.3 Shot % vs. Hofstra

Courtney Weisse, Dartmouth (Sr., A – Westfield, N.J.)
5G, 5 Pts., 1 GB, 55.6 Shot % at Siena
3G, 3 Pts., 1 GB, 1 CT, 37.5 Shot % vs. Harvard