Pac-12 announces Women’s Lacrosse Players of the Week
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Ali Baiocco, So., A, Stanford (Harding, N.J.)
2 GP, 11 g, 2 ast, 13 pts, 13 sog (81.3), 3-4 fpg
• Recorded 13 points (11 goals, two assists) in No. 22 Stanford’s East Coast sweep over Albany, 16-13, and No. 10 Stony Brook, 15-12. The victory over the Seawolves marked the Cardinal’s first top-10 road win since 2015.
• Set a career-high with seven points, which included a career-best five goals and two assists, in Friday’s win at Albany.
• Eclipsed her effort the following game with a new career-best six goals in the Cardinal’s upset victory over the ranked Seawolves.
• Sparked Stanford’s comeback versus Stony Brook with two goals in a span of 25 seconds to tie the game at 10-10 with 17 minutes left. Led the team with four ground balls and went 2-for-2 on free positions.
• Picks up second career Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honor and Stanford’s fourth offensive nod since the inaugural 2018 Pac-12 season.
Also nominated: Kirsten Swanson, CAL; Kaeli Huff, USC; Shannon Williams, ORE.
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Trudie Grattan, So., GK, Stanford (Richmond, Va.)
2 GP, 120 min, 2 wins, 22 svs (.468)
• Played 120 minutes in goal last week and posted back-to-back double-digit save performances in Stanford’s road sweep against Albany, 16-13, and No. 10 Stony Brook, 15-12.
• Tallied 10 saves and a career-high seven ground balls, most in a game by a Cardinal this season, against Albany while holding the Great Danes scoreless over the last five minutes with a pair of stops.
• Posted a career-high 12 saves to help Stanford record a statement win against No. 10 Stony Brook.
• Collects back-to-back Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week honors, marking Stanford’s sixth weekly honor.
Also nominated: Lizabanks Campagna, CAL; Rachel Hall, ORE; Riley Hertford, USC.
2019 PAC-12 WOMEN'S LACROSSE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
|Offensive Player of the Week||Defensive Player of the Week|
|Feb. 11||Shannon Williams, ORE||Kaylon Buckner, ASU|
|Feb. 18||Miranda Stinson, COLO||Eliza Cahill, COLO|
|Feb. 25||Emily Concialdi, USC||Trudie Grattan, STAN|
|March 4||Ali Baiocco, STAN||Trudie Grattan, STAN|