Colonial Athletic Association Women.

Mallory Schaffer

William & Mary midfielder Mallory Schaffer, scored two goals and assisted on the game-winner in W&M’s 3-0 victory over Davidson. The Allison Park senior set up the Tribe’s first score by Emory Camper before scoring a pair of goals on her own late in the first half.

Schaffer leads the CAA in scoring with seen goals and 16 points. The Tribe has now won six consecutive matches.

CAA Rookie of the Week honors went to Delaware freshman forward Emily Market who scored her first collegiate goal to give her team a 1-0 win over defending NEC champion LIU-Brookland.

Three CAA teams are among the top 10 in the NSCAA/Mid-Atlantic Regional Rankings. W&M continues to hold the #1 spot in the region, while UNCW is #3 and Drexel is #6.

UNCW senior midfielder Kim Currie was honored as a Primetime Player after contributing two goals and an assist in wins over Campbell and Troy in the UNCW Courtyard Marriott Wilmington Invitation. She was named the tournament’s MVP.

The Seahawks’ senior forward Stephanie Rose extended her point-scoring streak to six games with an assist in a win over Coastal Carolina (1-0) and a 2-1 setback to East Carolina. She has four goals this season and a CAA-best six assists. She is now tied for sixth in career assists (14) at UNCW.

The Seahawks tied their longest winning streak since 2009 at five games before suffering the loss to ECU.

George Mason dropped a 2-0 decision to 24th-ranked Marquette, while James Madison suffered setbacks to Navy (3-2) and Charlotte (1-0 in ot). The Dukes have lost a school-record five straight games, four of which have been decided by a single goal.

Whitney Ravan’s goal gave Georgia State a 1-1 double-overtime draw with visiting UT Martin. Old Dominion gave up a pair of goals in a span of 2:02 midway through the first half and fell 2-0 to Richmond. ODU keeper Brianna Alvarado came up with seven saves.
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