Oct. 6, 2003
Holy Cross' Jenna Cook and Jen Corsilli along with Colgate's Jacque DeMarco were selected by the Patriot League office as the field hockey weekly award winners for the week ending Oct. 5.
Cook wins Offensive Player of the Week honors for the second time this season, while Corsilli claims her first Defensive Player of the Week award after leading the Crusaders to a 2-1 victory over defending champion Lafayette. DeMarco wins her second PL Freshman of the Week award after posting a pair of non-League victories for CU.
Offensive Player of the Week
Holy Cross -- So., Forward (Walpole, Mass./Walpole)
Cook earns Offensive Player of the Week honors for the second time this season after scoring both goals in a 2-1 League win at Lafayette Saturday. The sophomore forward got HC on the board first when she scored off of a penalty corner at the 20:32 mark of the first period. Cook then clinched the win for the Crusaders when she scored off of a pass from Jillian LeClair with 6:40 left in regulation.
(2 goals, 4 points, 1 GW goal)
Defensive Player of the Week
Holy Cross -- Sr., Goalkeeper (Fairfield, N.J./West Essex)
Corsilli wins her first Defensive Player of the Week award after shutting down the League's most potent offense. The senior goalkeeper made 17 saves on 18 Lafayette shots to lead the Crusaders to a 2-1 win in Easton Saturday. She did not allow a Leopard score off of 14 penalty corners. With the win, Corsilli improved to 8-1 on the season with a 1.48 goals against average.
(1-0, 1.00 GAA, 17 saves, .944 save %)
Freshman of the Week
Colgate -- Fr., Goalkeeper (Hudson, Ohio/Hudson)
DeMarco is the Freshman of the Week for the second time this season after helping Colgate to a pair of non-League wins. The rookie netminder opened the week by making three saves in a 4-1 win over Columbia Friday. DeMarco then posted her third shutout of the season with three stops in a 4-0 victory against St. Francis (Pa.) in Hamilton. In two games, she had a 0.55 goals against average with an .857 save percentage.
(2-0, 0.55 GAA, 6 saves, .857 save %)