Rowan, Filippelli Earn Big East Honors
from press release
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Syracuse women's lacrosse senior attack Katie Rowan has been named the Big East Offensive Player of the Week, while Loyola sophomore midfield Cara Filippelli has been named the Big East Defensive Player of the Week.
Rowan had five goals, five assists and factored in 10 of Syracuse's 13 goals in a 13-8 conference win over Connecticut on Mar. 14. That performance also moved Rowan into the top spot on the league's all-time scoring list. She has totaled 97 points in 16 career conference games. She also recorded the 200th goal of her career to become the 34th Division I player to accomplish the feat. It was the sixth double-figure scoring game of her career. Rowan leads the league with 34 points as has amassed 23 goals and 11 assists.
Filippelli helped the Greyhounds defense hold Davidson to just three goals in a 20-3 victory on Mar. 15. The three goals are the fewest by a Loyola opponent since 2005. She and the team had a 34-minute scoreless stretch during the win and handed Davidson (5-3) its third loss of the season. Filippelli also had four ground balls and four caused turnovers. She is the first Loyola player to earn the honor since Apr. 14, 2008 when her sister Cara, currently an assistant coach with the Greyhounds, accomplished the feat.
BIG EAST HONOR ROLL
Jillian Byers, Notre Dame, Senior, Attack
Guided the Irish to a pair of wins scoring eight goals with four assists; She also totaled seven draw controls, four ground balls and three caused turnovers
Bergan Foley, Louisville, Sophomore, Attack
Totaled 11 goals and an assist in a 1-1 week for the Cardinals; scored five goals and had an assist against then-No. 19/18 Ohio State on Mar. 14
Grace Gavin, Loyola, Sophomore, Midfield
Had seven points, including five goals in a 20-3 win over Davidson on Mar. 15
Jordy Kirr, Georgetown, Sophomore, Attack
Totaled 10 points, including six goals in a 1-1 week; scored three goals and had three assists in a 12-11 win over then-No. 3/3 Duke on Mar. 14
M.E. Lapham, Connecticut, Freshman, Attack
Totaled eight points, including seven goals last week; Scored five times in a 13-8 loss to then-No. 4/4 Syracuse on Mar. 14
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