Women's Team of the Week: October 17

Women's Team of the Week: October 17
by TopDrawerSoccer
October 17, 2023

Fresh off her recognition as a top 100 player in the TDS Midseason Player Rankings, Marlee Taylor lived up to the standard with an impressive week for Dayton. From a box-to-box midfield role, Taylor helped the program to two wins and two clean sheets, playing all but nine minutes while adding a goal and an assist in each game versus George Mason and Loyola-Chicago.

Player of the Week: Marlee Taylor, Dayton

Team of the Week: October 9-October 15

GK Olivia Juarez, Washington – Twelve saves in a 1-1 draw versus No. 3 Stanford earns Juarez a well-deserved spot.

D Aleisha Ganief, Grand Canyon – Ganief scored four goals while contributing to two clean sheets against UTRGV and Stephen F. Austin.

D Lydia Hindt, Lipscomb – The Minnesota native added a goal and assists against Queens before playing 90 in a second straight clean sheet versus Kennesaw State.

D Marianna Annest, Alabama – The Grad student helped Alabama to a win with a goal and assist versus LSU.

M Marlee Taylor, Dayton – Four goal contributions, 171 minutes, and two clean sheets make for a worthy week.

M Florence Belzile, Nebraska – Belzile spearheaded a strong week with two assists against Maryland and a goal against Minnesota for two wins.

M Teresa Deda, Bucknell – A goal and two assists in games versus Loyola Maryland and Boston University earn Deda a spot.

M Sophia Mattice, Portland – Mattice was unstoppable against San Diego with a goal and two assists.

F Sarah Schupansky, Pittsburgh – At her creative best against Syracuse, the Junior assisted three and scored one in a 6-0 victory.

F Emily Gaebe, Saint Louis – Two goals and two assists versus Massachusetts, plus another score against Rhode Island, earns Gaebe her spot.

F Ella Hase, Northwestern – Hase scored three between games versus Iowa and Penn State as Northwestern gained four valuable points.

Honorable Mention: GK Shu Ohba (Mississippi), D Quincy McMahon (UCLA), D Makenna Morris (Clemson), D Mckenna Ray (California Baptist), M Olivia Borgen (Penn State), M Avery Murdzek (South Dakota State), M Sidney Christopher (SIUE), F Brecken Mozingo (BYU), F Onyi Echegini (Florida State), F Bekah Valdez (Grand Canyon), F Kaylee Hauck (California Baptist), F Gianna Gourley (Grand Canyon)

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