HVIAC Players of the Week - September 24
|Men's Cross Country Player of the Week|
Matthew Tripp, SUNY ESF
Freshman • Fayetteville, N.Y.
Tripp placed first out of 252 harriers at Roberts Wesleyan running the fastest 8K time by a freshman in program history (26:01).
|Men's Cross Country Rookie of the Week|
Carlos Lopez, Berkeley
Freshman • Passaic, N.J.
Lopez finished the Fred Pavlich Invitational (8K) at Bard College in 40:23, but Berkeley did not score as a team.
|Women's Cross Country Player of the Week|
Abby Perez, SUNY ESF
Freshman • Queens, N.Y.
Perez placed fifth in a field of 221 runners at Roberts Wesleyan running the fastest 5K in program history with a time of 18:49.
|Women's Tennis Player of the Week|
Sophie Bischoff, Pratt
Junior • Durham, N.C.
Bischoff picks up her second-straight Player of the Week award after winning at No. 1 singles against both Vaughn (10-1) and Sarah Lawrence (6-1, 6-1), as well as victories at first doubles in both of those matches in a 2-0 week for Pratt.
|Women's Tennis Rookie of the Week|
Lisa Fan, Pratt
Freshman • Guangdong, China
Fan came out on top at the sixth flight in singles, 10-6, against Vaughn and won without losing a point at fifth singles over Sarah Lawrence as Pratt went 2-0 on the week.
|Women's Volleyball Player of the Week|
Emily Angelastro, Five Towns
Junior • Libero • Seaford, N.Y.
Angelastro posted 12 aces and nine digs in the Sound's first win in program history downing HVIAC foe Culinary, 3-0. The junior added 13 digs against Fisher and currently leads the conference in aces and digs per set.
|Women's Volleyball Rookie of the Week|
Lanasia Drain, Five Towns
Freshman • Middle Blocker • Bay Shore, N.Y.
Drain led the Sound to their first win in program history with 17 kills and an ace as they swept Culinary at home.
|Women's Soccer Player of the Week|
Gabriella Evangelista, Albany Pharmacy
Junior • Goalkeeper • Warwick, N.Y.
Evangelista had 30 saves in the Panthers' 1-0 loss SUNY ESF while her only goal allowed was on a PK. The junior also had 16 saves in Albany Pharmacy's double-overtime tie against SUNY POLY, including saving a high ball under the crossbar with the second overtime winding down to preserve the tie.
|Women's Soccer Rookie of the Week|
Mayle Lupia-Eannace, Albany Pharmacy
Freshman • Forward • Barneveld, N.Y.
The freshman had both goals in the Panthers' 2-2 tie with SUNY Poly and added a hat trick and an assist in an 11-1 league victory over Five Towns.
|Men's Soccer Player of the Week|
Josiah Simons, King's
Senior • Midfielder • Colorado Springs, Colo.
The senior captain facilitated the Lions' conference victory over Culinary last week scoring twice on four shots and dishing out three assists for seven points in a 15-1 triumph.
|Men's Soccer Rookie of the Week|
Aaron Flint, SUNY ESF
Freshman • Midfielder • Woodhull, N.Y.
In Flint's first game as a starter, he pulled off an impressive back-heel assist as the Mighty Oaks picked up a 6-0 league win over Albany Pharmacy.
Ian Foote, SUNY ESF • Men's Soccer
The junior handed out an assist and anchored the Mighty Oaks' backline in a 6-0 HIVAC shutout of Albany Pharmacy.
Aine Haugh, SUNY ESF • Women's Soccer
The freshman's strong defensive presence and one-on-one play ensured a shutout a week for the Mighty Oaks, allowing no goals.
Monica Hayes, Berkeley • Women's Cross Country
The sophomore led Berkeley finishing in 35:05 at the Fred Pavlich Invitational (6K) at Bard College.
Hailey Hirst, King's • Women's Soccer
The freshman scored her first collegiate goal in a 3-1 loss to Valley Forge.
Avery Johnson, King's • Women's Volleyball
The freshman had 17 kills, 17 digs, and 25 points in a 1-2 weekend for King's.
Noah Keith, Albany Pharmacy • Men's Soccer
The senior tallied the game's lone goal in a 1-0 conference win over Five Towns.
Badesim Kubak, Pratt • Women's Volleyball
The senior totaled 24 assists and 10 aces across three matches for the Cannoneers.
Renae Maganza, King's • Women's Volleyball
The sophomore had 40 assists in three weekend matches including 25 in a win against Cooper Union.
Ryan Naidu, Culinary • Men's Soccer
The rookie picked up his fifth collegiate goal but the Steels fell to Word of Life, 2-1.
Marissa Pompeii, SUNY ESF • Women's Soccer
The senior boomed in a goal from almost 19 yards out in a 4-2 win over Broome Community College.
William Rivera, Five Towns • Men's Soccer
The rookie contributed a pair of assists as the Sound defeated Williamson, 6-0.
Julio Sanchez, Berkeley • Men's Cross Country
The sophomore paced Berkeley with a time of 35:37 at the Fred Pavlich Invitational (8K).
Adrian Santos, Five Towns • Men's Soccer
The sophomore netted a hat trick in the Sound's 6-0 shutout of Williamson.
Amadou Sy, Berkeley • Men's Soccer
The sophomore had a hat trick and a helper as Berkeley downed Word of Life and added two the team's three scores in a 3-3 tie with Summit.
Angela Wilamo, Culinary • Women's Volleyball
The junior brought up 11 digs and had an ace in a league loss to Five Towns.
Jennifer Xiong, Five Towns • Women's Soccer
Xiong put her name in the record books as she scored the first goal in Five Towns College history in the match against Albany Pharmacy on Sunday.