[AWARDS; Week 4] Summer Green, who departed Tuesday to represent the USA at the Under-17 Women's World Cup, scored twice in a pair of wins for North Carolina to be named the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played through Sept. 9. For the Soccer America Team of the Week ...
Kelsey Devonshire (Oklahoma), Sr.
Made six saves for her first shutout of season in 1-0 upset win over then-No. 3 Oklahoma State, hand OSU its first loss of season.
Brittany Jagger (Loyola Marymount), Jr.
Had six huge saves as Lions drew 1-1 at then-No. 1 UCLA, then recorded five saves in 2-0 win over Idaho State.
Alina Garciamendez (Stanford), Sr.
Scored winning goal with 78 seconds left in 1-0 victory over Boston University and added goal in 6-0 rout of previously unbeaten Georgetown.
Sandra Osborn (St. John’s), Jr.
Helped Red Storm defense in 2-0 win at Fordham, then scored gamewinner on penalty kick in 2-1 overtime win at Columbia.
Gilda Doria (Duke), Jr.
Posted back-to-back goals to secure 4-1 victory over San Diego, then posted goal in 79th minute to close out 3-1 victory over ranked Marquette.
Kristen Mewis (Boston College), Sr.
Had third game-winning goal of season in 2-0 win over Northeastern, then scored first goal and set up second goal in 2-2 tie with ranked UCF.
Jess Ringwood (BYU), Sr.
Scored two goals to lead Cougars to 3-1 win over then-No. 6 Penn State before record home crowd.
Tiffany Cameron (Ohio State), Sr.
Scored three goals, including both game-winners, in victories over ranked Missouri and Duquesne, giving her goals in five straight Buckeye games.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Summer Green (North Carolina), Fr.
Scored twice in 4-0 win over previously unbeaten Marquette and had two more goals, including game-winner, in 5-0 victory over San Diego.
Caroline Kastor (Kansas), Jr.
Had her first two-goal game and added assist in 4-1 win over Missouri State, then found the net twice in just over minute in 3-2 victory over N.C. State.
Annie Kunz (Texas A&M), Soph.
Game off bench and scored first goal of game in 31st minute and tacked on insurance goal in 3-0 win over ranked Long Beach State.
Jaclyn Softli (Washington), Soph.
Came off bench and scored her first and second goals of season in wins over Gonzaga (1-0) and Notre Dame (3-0).
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