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2019 Women's Soccer Players of the Week

September 16, 2019

(Offensive) Sam Amezcua, Fontbonne University

Sam Amezcua picks up the SLIAC Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week honor after helping the Griffins go 1-0-1 last week. Amezcua, a junior from St. Louis, Mo., scored her first goal as a Griffin in her team's 7-0 win over St. Louis College of Pharmacy. She added two assists in that same game. Later in the week, she chipped in another assist, setting up the only Griffin goal of the game in a 1-1 tie against Hendrix. For the week Amezcua finished with 1 goal and 3 assists for 5 total points. 


(Defensive) Marjory Coates, Greenville University

Coates, a senior from Decatur, Ill., stood out in net for Greenville last week in picking up SLIAC Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week honors. Coates played all 180-minutes in net for the Panthers, recording a pair of shutout wins. She totaled 10 saves in the victory over Rose-Hulman and added two more in a win over Harris-Stowe. For the week Coates made 12 saves and finished with a perfect save percentage.

September 9, 2019    
  (Offensive) Savannah Page, Webster University
Savannah Page takes home her second straight weekly award. Page, a senior from Sandy, Utah, buried three goals while adding one assist in her team's 6-3 win over Elmhurst. The three goals marked Page's first-ever collegiate hat-trick and she did so on seven shots. She netted her first goal just 92-seconds into the game and completed the feat with a goal in the 82nd minute. 

(Defensive) Sarah Cradick, Westminster College
Sarah Cradick put in a valiant effort in net for the Blue Jays last week. Cradick stopped 17 of 20 shots faced last week, carrying a .850 save percentage for the week. She allowed just three goals in 180-minutes of action and had a high of 10 saves against Rhodes. 

September 3, 2019
  (Offensive) Savannah Page, Webster University
Page, a senior forward from Sandy, Utah, led the Gorloks to a 4-2 win in their 2019 season opener. Page netted 2 goals and added 1 assist in the game. It marks her 4th carer multi-goal game. She tallied her two goals on just three shots with one goal coming on a penalty kick. For the week Page finished with 5 total points in two games. 
  (Defensive) Makayla Hussong, Fontbonne University
Hussong, a senior from Florissant, Mo., totaled 12 saves in two games last week to pick up Defensive Player of the Week honors. She stopped all 7 shots in the season opener, a 0-0 tie against Ozarks. Hussong added five more saves in a 2-0 loss to Rhodes. On the week she finished with 12 saves and a 0.90 goals-against average with a .857 save percentage.