MAC Field Hockey Players of the Week

Updated 11/2/2010
MAC Offensive Player of the Week
Mary Hull, Miami, Forward
Senior, San Diego, Calif. (Scripps Ranch)
Mary had a huge week with three goals and three assists as she led the RedHawks to two wins. Those wins helped earn Miami a share of the MAC Championship in field hockey. She became the fourth player in school history to cross the 100 point mark when she scored two goals and had two assists in the 7-0 win over Ball State on Friday. She followed that up with a goal and an assist in the MAC title clinching 3-0 win over CMU on Saturday. Scored her three goals on only five shots for an incredible .600 shooting percentage.

MAC Defensive Player of the Week
Anastasia Netto, Central Michigan, Goalkeeper
Junior, Trinidad & Tobago (St. Joseph's Convent)
CMU junior goalkeeper Anastasia Netto had eight saves against Miami and five saves against Ball State over the weekend. Netto led CMU to a crucial victory over BSU on the road to lock up a No. 4 seed in the upcoming MAC Tournament.

Other Nominees:
Erin Dye, Central Michigan, Midfielder
Sophomore, St. Louis, Mo. (Cor Jesu Academy)
Erin Dye scored two goals on Sunday against Ball State as she helped CMU clinch a No. 4 seed in the upcoming MAC Tournament. Dye had 10 shots against BSU and 12 shots on the weekend, including nine shots on goal against the Cardinals. Erin leads the Chippewas in goals for the season, with six. She also leads CMU in points (14) and shots (64) for the year.

Debbie Bell, Kent State, Forward
Junior, Hamilton, New Zealand (Waikato)
In Kent State's lone game of the week, junior Debbie Bell scored two goals in a 4-2 win at Missouri State that clinched a shared of the MAC regular season title for the third straight season. With the game tied at 1-1 in the second half, Bell scored twice in a span of two minutes to secure the win. The game winning goal mark her sixth of the season which leads the MAC. Bell also ranks first in the MAC with 22 goals scored and is seventh in the nation with 1.16 goals scored per game.

Kylie Landeros, Miami, Back
Junior, Glendora, Calif. (Glendora)
Helped lead the Miami RedHawks to two shutouts over the weekend. She kept the opponents from even getting attempts on net, as the defense allowed only 13 shots in the two games, only four of which were on net. Landeros led the defense to allowing only three shots combined in the first halves of the games against Ball State and CMU. She also contributed offensively with a goal in the 7-0 win over Ball State.

Kristi O'Connor, Missouri State, Forward
Sophomore, Fort Worth, Texas (Oak Ridge High)
O'Connor scored two goals over the weekend, one in a 4-2 loss against Kent State and one in the Bears' 2-1 double-overtime heartbreaker to Ohio. Her goal against the Bobcats came in the game's 16th minute and looked to be the game-winner until Ohio scored with less than five minutes remaining in regulation. The Fort Worth, Texas native finished the season strong after missing the Bears first 10 games with an injury. O'Connor scored four goals and recorded an assist in the season's final nine games. She finished tied for third on the team in goals scored.

Reiann Stoute, Missouri State, Back
Junior, Bridgetown, Barbados (Combermere School)
Stoute's goal against Kent State got the Bears back in the game, cutting the lead to 3-2 in the 46th minute before ultimately losing 4-2. Against Ohio, she directed a defense that held the Bobcats scoreless until the game's 66th minute and limited them to only two scores in 91:17 minutes of action.

Taylor Brown, Ohio, Forward
Sophomore, Elkton, Md.
Brown scored twice, including the game-winner in double overtime as Ohio won their regular-season finale at Missouri State, 2-1. The sophomore tied the game with five minutes remaining and her team-leading 15th goal of the season proved the difference in the extra session. "Taylor is someone who can swing and put the ball past the keeper," Head Coach Neil Macmillan said. "Both of her goals were off hard shots and when you give her the time she had, she's going to be able to score." Brown is now tied for seventh on the single-season charts in goal scoring with Elizabeth Holtzmann (2001) and Gail Hudson (1982). She is also tied with Andrea Voros (2002) and Becky Waters (1981) for eighth all-time with 33 points during a single season.