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Pac-12 announces women's soccer players of the week

Sep 11, 2018

Offensive: Tatum Barton, JR, COLO (Littleton, Colo.)
2 G, 4 PTS, 1 GWG
• Notched her seventh and eighth goals of the season on Sunday in a 3-0 win over Michigan State, scoring twice in the first 11 minutes of play, and helped the Buffs to a 2-1 victory over Marquette. 
• Leading the nation with 1.14 goals per game, Barton has tallied a career-best eight goals and 17 points just four weeks into the season.
• Earns her second weekly honor of the season and second of her career. It is the 17th all-time weekly honor for the Buffs.

Defensive: Kelsey Aaknes, JR, COLO (Carlsbad, Calif.)
2 GP, 1 Asst
• Started both games on the road this weekend, helping Colorado defensively in a 2-1 comeback win over Marquette and a 3-0 shutout of Michigan State.
• Against Marquette, played all but four minutes and recorded an assist on the game-winning goal to complete the come-from-behind win.
• Helped secure the Buffs fifth shutout of the season, as the Buffs now rank 10th in the nation in goals against average (.277).
• Earns her first-career weekly honor and the 18th all-time weekly honor for Colorado.

Goalkeeper: Alison Jahansouz, SR, STAN (Huntington Beach, Calif.)
2 GP, 8 SVS, 2 GA
• Allowed only two goals and made eight saves in over 180 minutes of action in a 3-1 win over Notre Dame and a 2-1 victory over No. 2 North Carolina.
• Tied a career high with five saves in Sunday’s win over No. 2 UNC, extending No. 1 Stanford’s win-streak to 28 games, a program record and the longest winning streak in Division I women’s soccer since North Carolina won 31 games in a row in 2003.
• Earns her first-career weekly honor and the 67th all-time for the Cardinal.


Offensive: Emily Knous, ARIZ; Miranda Nild, CAL; McKenzie Weinert, OSU; Catarina Macario, STAN; Ashley Sanchez, UCLA; Penelope Hocking, USC; Olivia Van der Jagt, WASH; Hailey Smith, WSU.
Defensive: Hallie Pearson, ARIZ; Sydney Studer, OSU; Alana Cook, STAN; Delanie Sheehan, UCLA; Ally Prisock, USC; Taylor Sekyra, WASH; Maegan O’Neill, WSU.
Goalkeeper: Lainey Burdett, ARIZ; Jalen Tompkins, COL; Bridgette Skiba, OSU; Lauren Brzykcy, UCLA; Kaylie Collins, USC.






Aug. 21

Hailie Mace, UCLA

Maddy Haro, WSU

Siena Ruelas, WASH 

Aug. 28 Tatum Barton, COLO Mykiaa Minniss, WSU Teagan Micah, UCLA 
Sep. 4 Emma Eddy, ORE Sam Hiatt, STAN Kaylie Collins, USC
Sep. 11 Tatum Barton, COLO Kelsey Aaknes, COLO Alison Jahansouz, STAN