HVIAC Players of the Week - October 22
|Men's Soccer Player of the Week|
Azzeddine Sekkat, Vaughn
Junior • Midfielder • Astoria, N.Y.
Sekkat scored the game-winner in Vaughn's 2-1 conference win over Five Towns which secured them a spot in the HVIAC Tournament for the first time since 2015. The Astoria product also netted a game-tying goal to force overtime against SUNY ESF in an eventual 3-2 loss.
|Men's Soccer Rookie of the Week|
Aaron Flint, SUNY ESF
Freshman • Midfielder • Woodhull, N.Y.
Flint garners his second Rookie of the Week honor of the season as he scored his first collegiate goal in the Mighty Oaks' 3-2 overtime triumph against Vaughn this past week.
|Men's Cross Country Player of the Week|
Matthew Tripp, SUNY ESF
Freshman • Fayetteville, N.Y.
Tripp receives his second Runner of the Week award after finishing first overall at the first-ever Mighty Oaks Invitational, traversing the 5K course in 16:11.
|Women's Soccer Player of the Week|
Bailey Kaufman, King's
Junior • Goalkeeper • Lincoln, Neb.
Kaufman collects her second Player of the Week accolade after posting a clean sheet with 18 saves in the Lions' 1-0 win over Pratt.
|Women's Soccer Rookie of the Week|
Hailey Hirst, King's
Freshman • Forward • Katy, Texas
Hirst came away with a clutch game-winning goal in the 89th minute of King's 1-0 victory over Pratt as she attempted six of the Lions' 12 shots on the day.
|Women's Volleyball Player of the Week|
Abby Roth, King's
Freshman • Setter • Temecula, Calif.
Roth facilitated a successful 2-0 weekend for the Lions dishing out 41 assists and firing seven aces across HVIAC sweeps of Culinary and Five Towns.
|Women's Volleyball Rookie of the Week|
Callie Donaghue, King's
Freshman • Middle Hitter • Albemarle, N.C.
Donaghue notched a career-high 12 kills on .308 hitting with a pair of digs in King's conference sweep of Five Towns.
|Women's Cross Country Player of the Week|
Erin Cocca, SUNY ESF
Senior • East Aurora, N.Y.
Cocca completed the first-ever Mighty Oaks Invitational in 20:50 (5K) good for fifth place overall leading ESF to a second-place team finish.
Emily Angelastro, Five Towns • Women's Volleyball
The junior had 12 digs, four kills, and four service aces in a three-set loss to King's.
Paola Beniquez, Pratt • Women's Volleyball
The junior amassed 17 aces, nine assists, and seven kills across three wins for Pratt.
Gabriella Evangelista, Albany Pharmacy • Women's Soccer
The junior came away with 23 saves in a 2-1 loss to NHTI.
Sau Wai Sin, Culinary • Women's Volleyball
The rookie put up 13 digs, six aces, and five kills over two losses for the Steels.
Chloe Walton, Five Towns • Women's Volleyball
The senior posted five kills on super-efficient .625 hitting in the loss to King's.
Adrian Wong, Five Towns • Men's Soccer
The freshman tallied the Sound's only goal in a 2-1 league loss to Vaughn.