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2016 Women's Soccer Awards

2016 WOMEN'S SOCCER PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

  • September 5, 2016
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Kaylin Swart - Menlo
      • Grad Student - 5-8 - Goalkeeper - Port Elizabeth, South Africa
      • Kaylin Swart had a huge game for Menlo in a non-conference match against NCAA Div. II Dominican last week. The junior keeper sent away 11 shots in a double overtime scoreless draw to move the Oaks to 2-1-1 on the season.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Haley Bruce - Vanguard
      • Sophomore - 5-6 - Midfielder - San Diego, Calif.
      • Haley Bruce led Vanguard to a thrilling 1-0 victory in overtime as her corner kick was sunk directly into the back of the net for a golden goal victory against Rocky Mountain (Mont.).
  • September 12, 2016
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Lauren Aronson - Vanguard
      • Junior - 5-11 - Defender - Henderson, Nev.
      • Lauren Aronson is a big reason why 10th-ranked Vanguard has four straight wins. Anchoring a backline with no other returning starters on the field, the junior defender helped keep Lions' opponents scoreless. On the offensive end, she had her best career week recording two goals (including a game winner) and an assist in her last 182 minutes on the field.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Brooke Lillywhite - Westmont
      • Senior - 5-5 - Midfielder - Huntington Beach, Calif.
      • Brooke Lillywhite is an offensive force for the Warriors, scoring three goals last week - one at NCAA Div. III Redlands and two against No. 24 Embry-Riddle (Ariz.). The senior midfielder leads the Warriors and the GSAC with nine goals scored.
  • September 19, 2016
    • Defensive Player of the Week
      • Kayla White - Biola
      • Senior - 5-2 - Defender - Las Vegas, Nev.
      • Kayla White was one of just two Biola players to play all 180 minutes in Biola's two non-conference victories last week. The senior back helped keep Antelope Valley off the board in the week's opener for Biola's third shutout of the season. She scored a goal in that match to get on the board for the first time this season. Then, she was a part of the back line that withstood 16 shots from NCAA Division II California Baptist to earn a big win for the Eagles.
    • Offensive Player of the Week
      • Alexis Von Schottenstein - Menlo
      • Sophomore - 5-6 - Forward - Gardnerville, Nev.
      • Alexis Von Schottenstein had a breakout week for Menlo and helped the Oaks to a 2-0 record to wrap up non-conference play. The sophomore forward started her week with a game-winning goal against UC Santa Cruz and concluded it with a two-goal effort against Soka University in a 5-2 victory.