Finn Sanna Talonen
, who propelled Florida State in its 2-2 tie at North Carolina, is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week. For all the Women's
Team of the Week selections for games played Oct. 27-Nov. 2 ... GOALKEEPERS
Lauren Robertson (Ohio State)
Junior had a career-high 11 saves in 1-0 win over Penn State, her first game back from four-game layoff with injury leave.
DEFENDERS Allison Falk (Stanford)
Senior cored her first goal of the season against USC (3-1), heading in corner kick. Jessica Tsao
Sophomore matched her career total with three assists in 4-0 rout of rival Santa Clara and helped limit SCU to just four shot attempts.
MIDFIELDERS Alissa Boddie (Princeton)
Freshman accounted for all four goals -- first three career goals and
assist -- in an important Ivy League victory over Cornell (4-0). Christina DiMartino (UCLA)
Senior broke a scoreless tie with a bending shot from 25
yards in the 77th minute to lift UCLA past Stanford, 1-0. Amy Smerdzinski (Wake Forest)
Senior scored on a one-time shot to give the Demon Deacons a
1-0 upset win at Virginia.
FORWARDS Blair Heffner (East Carolina)
Senior scored two goals,
including the game-winner, in 3-2 win over Marshall that sealed a share of ECU's first C-USA title.
Kristen Kiefer (Long
Sophomore game-tying goal in 2-1 overtime win over UC Santa Barbara and added goal and assist in 3-2 win over Cal Poly.
Carrie Patterson (Georgia)
Junior scored two goals against Tennessee (2-0) that moved her into a tie for first on Georgia's all-time scoring list with 33
goals. Sanna Talonen (Florida State)
Finnish sophomore scored both goals as the Seminoles erased a two-goal deficit and tied North Carolina, 2-2,
and then tallied game-winner in 5-2 win at N.C. State. Claire Zimmeck (William & Mary)
Senior scored pair of goals, including match-winner, in
3-2 win over Old Dominion that secures top spot in the CAA.