Loyola, UMBC, Stevenson, St. Mary's earn weekly awards
Players from Loyola, UMBC, Stevenson and St. Mary’s were recipients of weekly honors from their respective conferences.
Senior goalkeeper Jake Hagelin was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week after he made a career-best 18 saves in No. 19 Loyola’s 6-5 four-overtime win against Georgetown on Sunday. The Havre de Grace native and Boys’ Latin graduate made six of his stops in the extra session and also collected four ground balls.
Sophomore attackman Scott Jones was cited by the America East as its Player of the Week for his five-goal performance in UMBC’s 13-9 victory over Albany on Saturday night. Four of those five goals occurred in the fourth quarter, and Jones currently leads the Retrievers with 17.
Stevenson and St. Mary’s shared the Capital Athletic Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week award.
Mustangs senior midfielder Kyle Moffitt recorded six goals and one assist in two wins last week, including a season-high five points (four goals and one assist) in the top-ranked team’s 16-12 victory over No. 3 Salisbury on Saturday.
Seahawks senior attackman Dennis Rosson, a Severna Park native and Severn graduate, totaled 15 points on 12 goals and three assists in three wins, including five goals and one assist in a 14-9 victory against York in the first round of the CAC tournament on Sunday.
St. Mary’s also took the Defensive Player of the Week honor. Junior defenseman Eric Heisner collected 11 ground balls, forced five caused turnovers, and limited his three defensive assignments to a total of four goals on 12 shots.