Primetime Performers

Previous 2011 Primetime Performer Releases (D-I Women):
Week-1 
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UC Davis' Kevin Schulte tabbed for Oct. 24 D-I Men's Primetime Honor
D-2 Primetime Honors (Oct. 25) to Pace's Jillian Ferro & Lock Haven's Greg Shertzer
D-3 Primetime Honors (Oct. 26) to Elmhurst's Valerie Wesley & Luther's Steve O'Meara

Previous 2011 Primetime Performer Releases (D-I men): Sept. 13 ... Oct.5 ... Oct. 10 ... Oct. 18
Full listing of D-1/2/3 men's & women's Primetime Honors for weeks of Oct. 3-9 and Oct. 10-16


Release: Oct. 24, 2011      Contact: Pete LaFleur (editor@collegesoccer360.com)

CS360 WEEK-10 PRIMETIME PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Texas A&M freshman 'keeper Jordan Day

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Texas A&M freshman goalkeeper Jordan Day (Gilbert, Ariz.) leads the way among the latest edition of the CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week for Division I women's soccer, as selected by CollegeSoccer360.com for games during the week of Oct. 17-23, 2011.  Day (pictured, at right) – the week-10 CS360 Primetime Player of the Week – totaled 14 saves spanning 200 shutout minutes during the past week, highlighted by a scoreless draw versus unbeaten Oklahoma State (cs360 #3). The rookie 'keeper made eight saves in that showdown while displaying her strong play in the air throughout the game, particularly while defensing 10 corner kicks from the dangerous Cowgirls offense.

The pressure-packed tie kept the Aggies in the running for the Big 12 regular-season title, one point behind the Cowgirls. Earlier in the week, Day stopped all six shots she faced in a 3-0 win over Oklahoma (12 total shots, 3 corners). Her busy week included facing a pair of rivals that uncorked 32 total shots (14 on-goal, all saved) and had 13 corner-kick chances. Day – who leads the Big 12 in conference save pct. (.941) and is second with a 0.32 conference goals-against  avg. – is a product of Basha High School, the San Tan Legacy club and most recently the elite Sereno Soccer club program.

Player info. on all 13 honorees is included below, with this page also including action photos and headshots (right-sidebar) for each player. 

... Selection for the Division I women's CS360 weekly awards is based on any/all of the following "primetime" criteria (i.e. not solely based on raw stats):

• Must have been playing in a game involving a top-50 team from the CS360 Composite National Rankings (or in a game involving a preseason conference favorite/leader), or performed at a high level in a game that is key to the team's postseason qualification/participation.

• In general, preference is given based on the quality of the opponent and situational factors involved in the player's accomplishments.

• Exhibited strong leadership and/or involved in clutch performances, such as gamewinning goals, noteworthy comebacks, late scores, momentum-shifting play, all-around performance, team spirit, etc.

• Overcame adversity or extreme circumstances (for the team and/or individual).

• Bonus consideration is given for key performances away from team's home field and/or against a traditional rival.


CS360 Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll #10  (Division I women)
(presented by CollegeSoccer360.com ... for games Oct. 17-23, 2011)

    "It's not so much what your do, as it is when you do it."

CHELSEA BUCKLAND  (Oregon State ... F ... Sr./Jr. ... Vancouver, BC ... #12)..... Helped lift team to 2nd in Pac-12 (behind nation's #1 Stanford), after wins over cs360 #27 Washington State (2-1) & Washington (4-1); delivered eventual gamewinner vs. WSU (2-0; 34'; freekick ast-Justyne Freud) & scored vs. UW (51')

*JORDAN DAY  (Texas A&M ... G ... Fr. ... Gilbert, AZ ... #0)
..... Totaled 14 saves in 200 shutout min., highlighted by 8 stops while also handling 10 CKs in scoreless draw vs. unbeaten Oklahoma St. (cs360 #3); also helped beat Oklahoma (3-0) for Aggies, who are 2 pts behind OK St. in Big-12

CARLY EDGCOMB  (Virginia Commonwealth ... D ... Jr. ... Princeton, NJ ... #12)
..... Assisted on lone goal in upset of CAA champion William & Mary (cs360 #25), clinching a CAA postseason berth for 2nd-place Rams (2 GA in current 8-game unbeaten streak) while ending W&M's 11-game unbeaten streak; helped shut out Old Dominion over final 89' in earlier 4-1 win (team held ODU to 3 shots-on-goal, 1 corner-kick)  

ARIANE LUKENS  (South Carolina ... M ... Fr. .. Arvada, CO ... #5)
..... Picked perfect time to score her first goals of the season, connecting on a pair of headers (35', ast-Kayla Grimsley/Ellen Fahey; & 51', ast-Andie Romness) for 2-1 lead in 4-1 win at cs360 #36 LSU; also helped beat Arkansas (3-1), giving Gamecocks SEC regular-season title for first time in program's history

ADRIANNE MANCINO  (Samford ... D ... Jr. ... Lancaster, PA ... #8)
..... Key member of Bulldogs defense that allowed only 4 shots-on-goal spanning pair of shutout wins (2-0 vs. Davidson; 1-0 vs. Georgia Southern) – as Samford won SoCon regular-season title for first time; pushed forward to score decisive goal vs. GS (20'), launching a 40-yard shot into top-corner of the net

ALYSSA MANOOGIAN  (Colgate ... M ... Jr. ... Peabody, MA ... #23)..... Spark off the bench who helped Raiders surge atop Patriot League, following wins over Lafayette (2-0) & Lehigh (2-1); set up first goal vs. Leopards (long thru-ball to Jillian Kinter; 44') & then scored eventual gamewinner on volley vs. Mountain Hawks (ast-Kinter & sister Emily Manoogian; 43')

ERIN MULLEN  (Boston University ... D ... So. ... Dallas, TX ... #7)..... Logged all 180 min. spanning 2-0 win over Dartmouth and 3-0 battle vs. Hartford (cs360 #46), as BU won key America East showdown; vital member of defense that allowed only 7 shots, 3 shots-on-goal & 3 corners during week

BAILEY PEMBROKE  (Memphis ... D ... Jr. ... Flower Mound, TX ... #22)
..... Emerging veteran in Tigers defense that allowed only 3 shots-on-goal in showdown vs. Central Florida (cs360 #31), as Memphis claimed CUSA title outright w/ 3-0 win; also helped hold Southern Miss. to a single shot (also 3-0)

PIA RIJSDIJK  (Alabama ... F ... Fr. ... Numansdorp, Netherlands ... #9) 
..... Catalyst behind Alabama's push to qualify for SEC Tournament, with her goal vs. Tennessee (cs360 #19) giving Tide its first win over Vols (1-0) since '98 (scored off loose ball, 14'); also helped forge 2-2 final at #37 Georgia

KATIE SLAUGHTER  (Central Michigan ... D ... Jr. ... Cincinnati, OH ... #3)
..... Veteran defender who helped CMU post key 1-0 shutouts of MAC leader Toledo and Ball State, leaving the Chips two points behind the Rocket; key part of D that allowed only 10 total shots, 5 shots-on-goal and a single corner kick in the two games; had cross/primary assist on Ashley Mejilla's late goal that beat Toledo (76')   

MALLORY STIPETICH  (Missouri ... D ... Sr. ... Liberty, MO ... #6)..... Headed home tying goal (85'; freekick ast-Kaysie Clark) as part of stunning rally, as Tigers scored three times in final 5:52 to shock rival Kansas (cs360 #43), 3-2

RACHEL TEJADA  (Illinois State ... F ... Fr. ... Troy, IL ... #14)
..... Her 17th goal of the season was a big one, as she took a cross from Aime Wronski and scored at the far-post (62') for 2-1 lead and eventual gamewinner vs. cs360 #10 Milwaukee (3-1), ISU's first-ever win over top-10 opponent  

LAURA WEINBERG  (Duke ... F ... So. ... Boca Raton, FL ... #16)
..... Scored pair of late goal in big-game win at cs360 #2 Wake Forest (2-0), first weaving through the D to set up left-corner shot (72'; ending Audrey Bledsoe's 517' shutout streak) and later scoring from top of the box ('81); also helped beat #17 Maryland (3-1), as Blue Devils moved atop ACC (7 league wins for first time in program history)

* – CS360 Primetime Player of the Week

All photos on this page courtesy of the respective schools.

(left side, from top): Chelsea Buckland (#12) ...Ariane Lukens (#5)
... Alyssa Manoogian (#23) ... Bailey Pembroke (#22)
... Katie Slaughter (#3) & Rachel Tejada (#14)

(right side, from top): Carly Edgcomb (#12) ... Adrianne Mancino (#8)
... Erin Mullen (#7) ... Pia Rijsdijk (#9) ... Mallory Stipetich (#6) & Laura Weinberg (#16)

Carly Edgcomb A 230Chelsea Buckland A 230



Ariane Lukens A 230



Adrianne Mancino A 230




Alyssa Manoogian A 230Erin Mullen A 230Pia Rijsdijk A 230
Bailey Pembroke A 230
Mallory Stipetich A 230
Katie Slaughter A 230
Rachel Tejada A 230



Laura Weinberg A 230






































































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