Two women’s lacrosse players earn weekly honors

This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Mary Ellen McIntire.

Women’s lacrosse senior goalkeeper Jess Hicks and freshman midfielder

Rookie of the Week winner Olivia Boudreau attempts to run past a Bucknell player at a game last week. Hatchet File Photo

picked up Atlantic 10 honors Tuesday after leading the Colonials to two victories at home last weekend.

Hicks, who was named Defensive Player of the Week, made a cumulative 15 saves against George Mason and Bucknell. She currently ranks seventh in the A-10 with 5.20 saves per game. Hicks has 26 saves so far this year and has a 9.99 goals against average.

Boudreau grabbed the Rookie of the Week honor after scoring six goals on 10 shots over the weekend, including the first goal of her college career against the Patriots. She added one assist, four ground balls and three draw controls. On the season she ranks fifth on the team with eight points.

For both Hicks and Boudreau, it was the first time either was honored with their respective awards.

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