FSUs Rogers, AU's Lee Claim GLIAC Women's Soccer Weekly Honors

FSUs Rogers, AU's Lee Claim GLIAC Women's Soccer Weekly Honors

GLIAC -- The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) has announced its weekly awards following the fifth week of the 2019 women's soccer season. Ferris State junior midfielder Bri Rogers earned GLIAC Offensive Player of the Week accolades, while Ashland junior goalkeeper Hannah Lee claimed GLIAC Defensive Player of the Week honors.


OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Bri Rogers - Ferris State

Ferris State University junior midfielder Bri Rogers tallied a team-high seven points as the Bulldogs swept Upper Peninsula foes Northern Michigan and Michigan Tech to start 2-0 in the GLIAC this past weekend. Rogers had two goals and three assists with a penalty kick goal and eight shots in the two contests. Her penalty kick marker against NMU on Friday broke the school record for most penalty kick goals at FSU. In the same game, she also had three assists and totaled five points. She came back on Sunday with a goal in FSU's 3-1 triumph over Michigan Tech and it came only 1:43 into the contest to help set the tone for the Bulldogs. For the weekend, she averaged 3.5 points per game.

 

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Hannah Lee - Ashland

Lee kept two clean sheets as the Eagles came away with a pair of 2-0 wins on the road last week. She made 14 saves in total, including a career-high 10 in AU's win at Parkside on Sunday. She also stopped four shots at Purdue Northwest on Friday. Lee ranks fifth in the GLIAC in saves (30) and third in goals against average (0.48). 
 

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