Brust and Nee Earn BIG EAST Lacrosse Honors

Faye Brust, Louisville

Faye Brust, Louisville

April 22, 2014

BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week
Faye Brust, Louisville, Jr., A
Brust registered a pair of five-goal games last week, beginning with a crucial showing against Connecticut on Thursday before duplicating the performance against Rutgers on Saturday. After the Huskies started off with a 1-0 lead, Brust provided the game-tying score before adding the go-ahead tally two minutes later as the Cardinals never lost their lead from that point forward. The junior’s five goals against the Scarlet Knights came on five shots. She also picked up a pair of ground balls last week as the Cardinals remained undefeated (6-0) in BIG EAST play to clinch the top seed in the upcoming Championship.

BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week
Shannon Nee, Connecticut, So., GK
Nee averaged a .515 save percentage in a 1-1 week for the Huskies, beginning with a 12-save showing against the BIG EAST’s top offense in Louisville. Nee and the UConn defense limited the Cardinals to 12 goals despite averaging over 17 per game against all other BIG EAST foes. On Saturday against Cincinnati, Nee stopped five of nine shots faced for a .556 save percentage, as the Huskies clinched a berth into the BIG EAST Championship.

BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll
Megan Clements, Rutgers, Sr., A

Clements tallied seven goals on seven shots during a 1-1 week for the Scarlet Knights. Against Cincinnati on Thursday she registered six goals and three draw controls before adding a goal and two draw controls against first-place Louisville.

Corinne Etchison, Georgetown, So., A
In a 2-0 week for the second-place Hoyas, Etchison scored five goals and had three assists, while chipping in a ground ball as well. In a crucial win over Temple on Saturday, the sophomore exploded for four goals on five shots.

Elizabeth Goslee, Marquette, So., D
Goslee posted six ground balls and five caused turnovers in games against Temple and Villanova last week. The sophomore pestered attackers all weekend and was able to collect four ground balls and cause a career-best five turnovers in Thursday’s loss to Temple.

Chelsey Henderson, Villanova, So. M
Henderson was a jack-of-all-trades for the Wildcats last week, totaling four points, six ground balls, seven draw controls and four caused turnovers in a 1-1 week. Villanova’s postseason hopes remained alive with a 10-9 win over Marquette on Saturday, in which the sophomore had three goals and an assist, while adding four ground balls and five draw controls.

Lauren Kahn, Connecticut, Sr., M
In a 1-1 week for the Huskies, Kahn scored five goals and added a pair of assists, while collecting 11 ground balls and six draw controls. Kahn also added seven caused turnovers. The senior’s five goals and six ground balls against Cincinnati on Saturday were both season highs.