2010 Northern Athletics Conference Women's Soccer Weekly Awards
Jordan Joyce, Aurora University
...5-6...Junior...Forward...Independence, Mo. (Blue Springs)...
Joyce had the game-winning goal in AU's 2-1 victory over Dominican in the 2010 NAC Women's Soccer Tournament Final.
Other nominees: none
Kristina Santaga, Edgewood College
...5-7...Sophomore...Forward...Green Bay, Wis. (Notre Dame)...
Santaga played a key part in Edgewood's 2-1 NAC tournament opening-round win over Marian. She assisted on the game tying goal 63rd minute and netted her fifth game-winning goal of the season with just 13 minutes left in the game.
Other nominees: Nava Moniriarani (Alverno), Kaitlyn Crohan (Aurora), Elise Jones (Maranatha)
Tiffany Erdman, Marian University
...5-4...Senior...Goalkeeper...Wausau, Wis. (West)...
In two games this past week, Erdman held Marian's opponents scoreless. She held Ripon scoreless in her 60 minutes of work on Wednesday in a 7-0 win, and then shut out Benedictine on Saturday in a 0-0 double-overtime tie.
Other nominees: Nava Moniriarani (Alverno), Amanda Liss (Aurora), Alyssa Soulis (Concordia Chicago), Katie Pampuch (Edgewood), Karis Rogers (Maranatha), Courtney Neville (Rockford)
Jessica Axt, MSOE
...5-6...Junior...Forward...Germantown, Wis. (Germantown)...
Axt had a great week, scoring three goals in a 5-1 road victory over Lakeland on Tuesday, followed by a four goal effort in a 10-0 shutout at Concordia Chicago on Saturday.
Other nominees: Kelsey Kochanowski (Alverno), Nicky Cardon (Aurora), Lauren Staehler (Concordia Wisconsin), Elaine Gerry (Edgewood), Krisitina Borts (Lakeland)
Elaine Gerry, Edgewood College
...5-7...Sophomore...Forward...Prairie du Sac, Wis. (Sauk Priarie)...
Gerry doubled her season goal total after tallying five goals in the week. She recorded two penalty kick goals, the second coming in a 1-1 tie with St. Norbert--which gave her the school record for most made penalty kicks in a season (3) and tied her for the career lead. She also posted a hat trick in the Eagles' 14-0 win over Rockford.
Other nominees: Nava Moniriarani (Alverno), Lindsay Rodgers (Lakeland), Kim Kriese (Marian)
September 27-October 3
Elise Jones, Maranatha Baptist Bible College
Jones scored three goals and assisted on two others in the Crusaders' 6-1 win at Alverno on Saturday, for her third hat trick of the season.
Other nominees: Jordan Joyce (Aurora), Kristi Frisch (Edgewood), Kristina Borts (Lakeland), Kim Kriese (Marian)
Taylor Hozeska, Marian University
...5-4...Junior...Midfielder...Hartford, Wis. (Union)...
Hozeska led the Sabres with eight points last week. She scored a goal in Marian's 2-0 victory over Edgewood on Tuesday, and then scored two goals and added two assists in Marian's 5-0 win over Rockford on Saturday.
Other nominees: Erica Svjose (Edgewood), Karis Rogers (Maranatha), Jamie Janczak (MSOE), Niki DiSalvo (Wisconsin Lutheran)
Paula Bohl, MSOE
...5-5...Freshman...Forward...Muskego, Wis. (Muskego)...
The rookie forward had a pair off hat tricks (plus one) in a pair of MSOE victories last week. In a 4-1 victory over Maranatha, Bohl scored all four goals on six just shots. In the Raiders' 10-0 shutout of Wisconsin Lutheran she netted four goals on four shots.
Other nominees: Kelly Sunstrom (Alverno), Sarah Boniface (Aurora), Brittany Drewiske (Edgewood), Dana Schmidt (Lakeland), Karis Rogers (Maranatha), Kim Kriese (Marian)
Kim Kriese, Marian University
...5-8...Senior...Midfielder...Stevens Point, Wis. (SPASH)...
Kriese led the Sabres in scoring this past week with five points (2 goals, 1 assist) as the team went 1-1. All five of her points came in Marian's NAC-opener on Saturday against Concordia Chicago in a 5-0 victory.
Other nominees: Christine Kwilosz (Aurora), Katie Pampuch (Edgewood)
August 30-September 5
Kelsey Kochanowski, Alverno College
...5-6...Sophomore...Forward...Oak Creek, Wis. (Oak Creek)...
Kochanowski set a single-game school record and had a game-winning double-overtime goal as the Inferno went 2-0 on the week. In a 6-0 win over Mt. Mary, Kochanowski scored the first five goals of the game and assisted on the final one for 11 total points in the game, breaking the previous single-game record of 10. She scored two of her goals off of corner kicks. On Saturday in a 2-1 double-overtime win at North Central (Minn.) she knocked in the game winner in the 109th minute for the victory.
Other nominees: Kristina Santaga (Edgewood), Ashley Sarbacker (Lakeland), Elise Jones (Maranatha), Jade Koeune (Marian), Paula Bohl (MSOE)