Pac-12 Women's Soccer Weekly Awards - March 29, 2021
Offensive Player of the Week: Cori Sullivan, Jr., ARIZONA STATE (Prescott, Ariz.)
1 game, 1 start, 1 game-winning goal
- Made her first start since returning from injury sustained over the summer.
- Scored the game-winning, golden goal with two minutes remaining in the first overtime to lead then-No. 21 Arizona State’s to a 2-1 win at then-No. 3 UCLA.
- The goal was her first of the season in her fourth game played.
- The Sun Devils’ victory over the Bruins was just the second in program history and first in 21 years.
Defensive Player of the Week: Jessica Hale, Sr., ARIZONA STATE (Phoenix, Ariz.)
1 game, 1 start, 1 goal surrendered
- Helped the Sun Devils to their first win over then-No. 3 UCLA since 2000.
- Led the Arizona State backline against the Bruins’ offensive attack, surrendering just one goal in the 17th minute and allowing just three shots on goal.
- Kept the Sun Devils undefeated in conference play while giving UCLA its first loss of the season.
- First career Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week honor.
Goalkeeper of the Week: Leah Freeman, Fr., OREGON (Berkeley, Calif.)
2 games, 16 saves, 2 shutouts
- Made seven saves during her return to her hometown against California, spearheading the Ducks to a 1-0 win over the Bears.
- Set a new career-high with nine saves in a 0-0 draw against Stanford, playing 110 minutes against the Cardinal.
- Led Oregon to its first undefeated trip to the Bay Area in program history and extended the Ducks’ shutout streak to four games.
- First career Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Week honor.
Offensive Player of the Week: Jill Aguilera, Arizona; Maya Doms, Stanford; Kaila Novak, UCLA; Penelope Hocking, USC; Summer Yates, Washington; Makamae Gomera-Stevens, Washington State.
Defensive Player of the Week: Ava Hetzel, Arizona; Chai Cortez, Oregon; Kennedy Wesley, Stanford; Karina Rodriguez, UCLA; Kaylin Martin, USC; Kaylene Pang, Washington; Bridget Rieken, Washington State.
Goalkeeper of the Week: Hope Hisey, Arizona; Giulia Cascapera, Arizona State; Lauren Brzykcy, UCLA; Kaylie Collins, USC; Olivia Sekany, Washington; Marissa Zucchetto, Washington State.