Women's Team of the Week: September 19

Women's Team of the Week: September 19
by TopDrawerSoccer
September 19, 2023

Another week, and another standout goalkeeping performance deserves player of the week recognition as Nicole Panis of Lamar made 13 saves in an upset of No. 12 Xavier. The most impressive sequence among those 13 was Panis saving a penalty before athletically saving the ensuing rebound. Then against Incarnate Word, she made another four saves to earn her seventh clean sheet of the season.

Player of the Week: Nicole Panis, Lamar

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GK Nicole Panis, Lamar – Seventeen saves on the week with none conceded is quite the accomplishment as Panis earns Player of the Week.

D Ania Prussak, Columbia – The junior midfielder contributed to two clean sheets against NJIT and Providence while adding two assists.

D Eva Alonso, Penn State – A three-assist performance against Maryland ensured Georgetown got off to a winning Big 10 start.

D Leah Klenke, Notre Dame – The sophomore defender displayed excellent service with two assists in a 3-1 versus Wake Forest.

M Laudan Wilson, Oklahoma State – Wilson was unstoppable, first with three assists against Iowa State, then a goal versus Abilene Christian. 

M Jessica Garziano, St. John's – Garziano made easy work this week with an assist against Yale, then two goals and an assist in a 4-3 thriller versus Harvard.

M Gracie Brian, TCU – After notching a goal and assist in a near upset of No. 2 BYU, Brian then added another goal in a 3-1 win over Stephen F. Austin.

M Isabella DeMarco, Western Carolina – A hat trick of assists against Presbyterian earns Demarco a spot.

F Maribel Flores, USC – The Freshman burst onto the collegiate scene this week with an impressive goal and two assists against New Mexico State. 

F Paige Webber, Indiana – Webber gave Rutgers all they could handle as she assisted once and scored twice, with the second coming as an 85th minute game winner.

F Kylee Simmons, Missouri – The sophomore forward put on a show in Florida as she scored twice and assisted one in a 3-2 win. 

Honorable Mention: GK Diera Walton (Utah State), D Kelsey Oyler (Gonzaga), D Gabby Thies (Central Arkansas), M Carina Lageyre (Duke), M Bea Franklin (Arkansas), M Anna Bagley (VCU), M Summer Diamond (Utah State), F Brynlee Rider (Utah Tech), F Kayla Burroughs (UNC Wilmington), F Maddy Theriault (Fairfield), F Gianna Paul (Alabama), M/F Makayla Stadler (Villanova)

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