[AWARDS: Week 10] Ohio State senior Tiffany Cameron, who scored four goals in victories over ranked Michigan and
Michigan State to set Buckeyes' single-season scoring record with 16 goals, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played through Oct. 21. For the Soccer America Team of the Week
Brittany Jagger (Loyola Marymount), Jr.
Earned shutout with eight saves in 3-0 upset at ranked Pepperdine and three saves in 1-0 overtime victory over San Francisco.
Jami Kranich (Villanova), Jr.
Had four of five saves in second half as Villanova upset ranked Georgetown (1-0).
Lucretia Lee (UCLA), Sr.
Scored first career goal and played every minute while anchoring backline that allowed just six total shots in wins over Colorado (2-1) and Utah (2-0).
Ashley Nicol (UCF), Jr.
Helped Knights to back-to-back shutouts and had goal and assist against Marshall (7-0) and two assists against East Carolina (5-0).
Ashleigh Ellenwood (Arkansas), Fr.
Scored both goals in 2-1 win at ranked Missouri for Razorbacks, who have won three straight SEC games for first time since 1999.
Tiffany Hurst (San Diego State), Jr.
Had role in three of six goals as Aztecs clinched Mountain West regular-season crown with wins over Wyoming (3-1) and Air Force (3-0).
Tiffany Cameron (Ohio State), Sr.
Had four goals in victories over ranked Michigan (3-1) and Michigan State (3-1) to set Buckeyes' single-season goals record (16).
Melissa Fernandez (Cal State Northridge), Sr.
Scored three goals and produced game-winner in both games: 6-1 win over Pacific and 1-0 win over UC Davis.
Stephanie McCaffrey (Boston College), Soph.
Set up tying goal and then scored to put BC ahead in 3-2 win over No. 1 Florida State, first victory over Seminoles in 11 games.
Rachel Nuzzolese (Wake Forest), Jr.
Scored two goals in 4-2 win over N.C. State, then added assist on game-winning goal in 2-1 win over North Carolina.
Stephanie Rose (UNC Wilmington), Sr.
Tallied goal and assist as Seahawks defeated Towson, 5-2, and then contributed two goals, including game-winner, and two assists in 4-0 win at George Mason.
Hannah Wilkinson (Tennessee), Soph.
Scored game-winners against ranked Texas A&M (1-0) and Ole Miss (2-1).