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2005 PLAYER OF THE WEEK

October 24-30
Briana Plautz of Lakeland College
...Senior...Midfielder/Defender...Green Bay, Wis. (New Lutheran H.S.)...
Plautz tallied two assists and  a game-winning goal in two wins for the Muskies (12-4-2) last week. Plautz assisted on half of the Muskies' goals in a 4-0 win at Ripon College last Tuesday. She then scored the game's lone goal at the 62:22 mark in a 1-0 win versus Maranatha Baptist in a LMC tournament quarterfinal game on Saturday.

Others nominated: Mayra Camacho - Dominican; Trista Michels - Marian;

 

October 17-23
Mayra Camacho of Dominican University
...Freshman...Forward...Summit, Ill. (Argo Community H.S.)...
One week after tying the school's single-game goal record, Camacho broke the record scoring six goals last Saturday against Alverno College. The six-goal game ties the most scored by an individual in NCAA Division III this season. The Stars (6-8-1, 4-3-1 LMC) finished fourth in the LMC this regular season.

Others nominated: Alli Weiss - Lakeland; Tami Ebbers - Marian;

 

October 10-16
Nicole Sable of Concordia University
...Junior...Forward...West Bend, Wis. (West H.S.)...
Sable aided the Falcons to three victories last week, scoring five goals and assisted on another in the process. Sable scored a pair of goals in a 5-1 win at MSOE last Tuesday. She then assisted on a goal in a 3-1 non-conference victory at Concordia (Ill.) on Thursday, and concluded the week with a hat trick versus Maranatha Baptist in a 7-0 shutout. Concordia is 7-9-1 overall and 5-1-1 in conference, trailing first place by a point in the standings.

Others nominated: Mayra Camacho, Dominican; Kelli Sullivan, Edgewood; Amy Christianson, Lakeland; Leah Leja, MSOE; Charis Witte, Wisconsin Lutheran;

 

October 3-9
Amanda Rhyner of Edgewood College
...Sophomore...Forward...Delavan, Wis. (Delivan-Darien H.S.)...
Rhyner tallied eight for the week, including six against Alverno College and two against Milwaukee School of Engineering. The Eagles improved their record to 9-4, and 5-0 in the LMC.

Others nominated: Matra Camacho, Dominican; Maggie Short, Lakeland; Trista Michels, Marian; Nicole Sabel, Concordia;

 

September 26-October 2
Holly Clemens of Edgewood College
...Senior...Forward...Waunakee, Wis. (Waunakee H.S.)...
Clemens scored the game's only goal in a 1-0 win against Lakeland College last Tuesday. The then recorded a hat-trick at Dominican University last Saturday in a 6-1 victory. Edgewood (6-4, 3-0 LMC) remains the sole undefeated team in conference play.

 

September 19-25
Alli Weiss of Lakeland College
...Junior...Goalkeeper...New Berlin, Wis. (Eisenhower H.S.)...
Weiss recorded two shutouts on the week, bringing her season total up to five. Weiss had 10 saves in the Muskies 6-0 win over Mt. Mary College, and six saves in a 2-0 victory over Maranatha Baptist in the LMC opener. Weiss's shutout against Maranatha gave her a total of 16 for her career, setting a new school record, which was previously held be Kristy Rosenthal.

Others nominated: Leah Leja, MSOE; Erika Thompson, Edgewood; Mayra Camacho, Dominican;

 

September 12-18
Amanda Rhyner of Edgewood College
...Sophomore...Forward...Delavan, Wis. (Delivan-Darien H.S.)...
Rhyner tallied three goals in Edgewood's 4-3 come-from-behind overtime victory over Ripon College last Friday. Rhyner scored her second goal of the game to tie the score at 3-3. Then, with 44 seconds remaining in the overtime period, Rhyner found the back of the net a third time for the game winning goal.

 

September 5-11
Ashley Reyment of Milwaukee School of Engineering
...Junior...Forward...Green Bay, Wis. (Bay Port H.S.)...
Reyment scored four goals last week, aiding the Raiders climb back to a .500 mark on the season. Reyment scored a pair of goals in a 9-0 rain-shortened victory over My. Mary College, and another pair of goals in a 4-0 win over Benedictine University (Ill.). The Raiders (2-2) two shutouts are tied for most in the league (Lakeland).

Others nominated: Mayra Camacho, Dominican University; Amanda Rhyner, Edgewood College; Julie Muse, Maranatha Baptist Bible College; Brittany Perez, Marian College.

 

September 1-4
Alexandra Salisbury of Alverno College
...Sophomore...Forward...St. Francis, Wis. (Thomas More H.S.)...
Salisbury led all scorers with four goals in the opening game of the Mount Mary Classic in Milwaukee, where the Inferno (2-0) defeated the tournament hosts, 6-1. She then matched her performance with four more goals in a 5-1 victory over Lincoln Christian College in the championship game.

Others nominated: Kayla Haupt, Marian College; Ashley Reyment, Milwaukee School of Engineering;

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