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Schademan, Ferraracci, Duncan & Augustine Earn Player of the Week Honors

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Zach Schademan - West Virginia Wesleyan

Schademan, a freshman wideout from Jefferson Hills, Pa., hauled in eight passes for 208 yards in West Virginia Wesleyan's 38-21 victory over West Liberty. Schademan, who entered the day with 227 receiving yards for the season, accounted for 208 of WVWC's 393 passing yards against the 'Toppers.



Joe Ferraracci - West Virginia Wesleyan

West Virginia Wesleyan's Joe Ferraracci has been named Mountain East Conference Offensive Player of the Week.

Ferraracci, a senior midfielder from New Freedom, Pa., scored three goals in a pair of victories for the Bobcats. Ferraracci got the scoring started for WVWC in a 3-0 win, and then added a brace in a 2-1 victory over Charleston. He leads the team with 14 points on the year on six goals and two assists.



Lauren Duncan - West Virginia Wesleyan

West Virginia Wesleyan's Lauren Duncan earned the Mountain East Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week nod for the second-straight week.

Duncan, a junior goalkeeper from Sugar Hill, Ga., posted two shutouts for WVWC as the Bobcats extended their unbeaten streak to five games with a win over Shepherd and a draw against Charleston. She needed to make eight saves in the win over the Rams and added three more against the Golden Eagles. Duncan has not allowed a goal in her last 450 minutes of play.



Olivia Augustine - Alderson Broaddus

The Great Midwest Athletic Conference has named Olivia Augustine of Alderson Broaddus University the Women's Soccer Athlete of the Week after helping her team to a pair of conference wins.

Olivia Augustine has been named the Women's Soccer Athlete of the Week for the first time this season after the junior forward helped guide the Battlers go 2-0 this week, scoring three goals scored in two wins over Salem International and Ohio Valley.
The wins were critical for the Battlers, as their conference record finished at 5-4-1 in the team's first season in the G-MAC. Their six points (two wins) this past week, improved them to 16 points in conference and jumped them over Ursuline and TNU to claim the #3 seed in the standings and the right to host Kentucky Wesleyan in the quarterfinal round of the 2013 G-MAC Women's Soccer Championship.
Against Salem, Augustine provided the team an insurance goal in the second half of what turned out to be a 3-0 win for the Battlers. In the team's next game, a 4-0 shutout win over Ohio Valley, Augustine scored the game's first two goals, coming in the 19th minute and 29th minute.  
Augustine now has six goals and two assists, taking the team lead in goals and tying teammate Brooke Hunsaker with a team-high 14 points.

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