It was another impressive week of action for our alumni in college! Here are all the big headlines from last week.
Bandyk starts for Ferris and Holihan comes off the bench for Davenport in the 4-0 Dawgs win
Callie Rich records another shutout as number 1 ranked Lakers beat Northwood.
The GVSU - Ferris match was quite the Jags affair. Jess Bandyk assisted on the opening goal for Ferris, while Baron, Rich and Smolinski all started for GVSU. Hannah Becker also saw action coming off the bench for the Lakers.
Pfile scores against fellow Jags alumna Taylor Fischer, but Fischer and her Adrian teammates get the win as they defeat Alma 5-1 in league action.
Fischer get her second win of the week as Adrian defeats K College 2-1
Emma Lenning helps Tiffin secure a victory vs. conference foe Kentucky Wesleyan, Emma played 90 minutes in the 3-0 shutout win while assisting on the game-winning goal.
Britain and Arab chip in to help CMU get their first MAC win vs NIU
Britain scores the overtime winner and Arab comes off the bench to help CMU beat WMU and fellow alum's Smith and Pagett
Pagett comes off the bench to help WMU defeat fellow alumna Sarah Ash and the EMU Eagles
Sarah Ash scores the game winning goal to help EMU secure their first MAC victory of the season
Wolfe starts for UofM vs Indiana in a 0-0 draw and scores a goal in the 2-1 victory over Purdue
Ellie Rogers starts as MSU beats Iowa on the road and picks up a third Big Ten victory.
Greenhalghe gets the start for Purdue Fort Wayne and Rollins comes in off the bench as the two alums face each other in the 2-1 Milwaukee win.
Patil Tcholakian records a shut out as Denison secures their first conference win
Sarah Noonan scores her first collegiate goal as Loyola of Chicago beats Evansville 3-1
Shatrau sisters help Michigan Tech to two victories over Purdue Northwest and Northern Michigan University
Chura named offensive player of the week after an impressive offensive performance.
Chura scores 2 goals and registers an assist in a 5-0 win.
Chura scores 2 goals in a hard fought 2-2 battle.
Sleeva starts at for WKU in win over Rice.
Gabe Kellman (Colorado College) scored a goal and assisted two more in Friday’s 3-1 win over Texas Lutheran. He tallied three more shots in Sunday’s scoreless draw.
Tyler Welch (Davenport) fired four shots and assisted a goal against Northwood. He added three more shots, two on goal, against Saginaw Valley State. Shane Marinkovich had six saves against SVSU.
Bandyk, Pierson, Van Hook, and Villagomez all appeared for Detroit Mercy against Green Bay. Bandyk registered two shots on goal.
Bandyk, Pierson, and Villagomez appeared for Detroit Mercy against Oakland. Bandyk scored both goals for UofD in the 2-2 draw.
Jeremy Coen appeared in two matches for Drury, tallying one shot.
Alex Braeseker appeared for LTU against UofM Dearborn.
Micah Sonnenberg (Oakland) makes two starts, and Taiga Shiokawa appeared off the bench.
Luke Benford scored for Purde Fort Wayne in an overtime loss to Cleveland State.
Brady Walker scored for Saginaw Valley State in a 2-1 win over Davenport. He added three shots in his team’s loss to Purdue Northwest.
Nolan Chaput (Siena Heights) led the team with four shots and a goal in a 3-2 loss to Jaguars player and coaching alumnus Joey Tinnion and Rochester.
Jake Voight made two appearances and picked up an assist for Spring Arbor. Caleb Dupree also appeared twice.
John Soltis had five shots in two appearances for University of Michigan-Dearborn. Kevin Gondoly made one appearance.
Kai Francisco had one shot in Hope College’s 4-1 win over Olivet.
Tony Rizzo and Dante Bailey each made two appearances for Western Michigan. Kyle Scott made one appearance for the Broncos.
Thomas Dono (Macalester) fired two shots and scored a goal in a 3-1 win over Bethel. He added four more shots against Hamline.
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