Blue Jays Sweep Weekly Honors
Nov. 7, 2011
LANCASTER, PA - In the final Players of the Week for the 2011 season, the fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer team swept through the awards collecting both the offensive and defensive honors. The Blue Jays went 2-0 in the Centennial Conference Championship Tournament to win their seventh-straight crown on Sunday.
The Blue Jays go into their 10th appearance in the NCAA Tournament with a perfect 19-0 record after finishing 10-0 in conference play.
Suter led the Johns Hopkins offense with an assist in both games to bring her season total to 14. Suter now holds five offensive records for the Blue Jays, including career points (138), career goals (54), career assists (30), single-season assists (14) and now has sole-possession of the single-season points record with 50.
Hnatiuk not only helped the Blue Jays to their 13th and 14th shutout of the season as the anchor on a incredibly strong defense, but had the game winning goal in the title game off a free kick early in the second half against Gettysburg. Hnatiuk and the Blue Jay defense held their opponents scoreless over two tournament matches and allowed a combined 12 shots over the two games. Hopkins has had a lot of success in the title game for the conference championship, as it has not allowed a goal in the last seven title games.
The Blue Jays now prepare for the 2011 NCAA Tournament at Homewood Field beginning on Saturday, November 12. Hopkins faces Eastern Connecticut in the opening round.
More information on the 2011 NCAA Tournament including game times and link to all live video feeds and live stats will be released when available. Check HopkinsSports.com for all the up-to-date information.
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