Volleyball, Women's Soccer Pick Up LEC Weekly Awards

Volleyball, Women's Soccer Pick Up LEC Weekly Awards

PAWTUCKET, R.I.--Two members for both the Keene State College volleyball and women's soccer teams have received weekly awards from the Little East Conference, it was announced today.  Katie Silegy and Shelby Offord were honored for the Owls's women's soccer team, while Rachel Lamica and Bailey Wilson were both honored from the KSC volleyball squad.

Women's Soccer

Silegy scored three goals, one of which was a game-winner, in a 2-1-0 week for the Owls to earn Offensive Player of the Week honors. Her first goal of the week came just 1:16 into a 4-0 non-conference win over Salve Regina and scored the first two goals of the match in a 5-2 LEC victory at Plymouth State. 

Offord put in 180 scoreless minutes while totaling 13 saves over three matches in a 2-1-0 week for the Owls to be named Goalkeeper of the Week. She went the distance in a 4-0 win over Salve Regina in which she recorded seven saves, and stopped the only shot on goal she faced in the first half of a 5-2 LEC win at Plymouth State. Offord opened the week making five saves in a scoreless second half at Worcester State. 

Volleyball

Lamica was named LEC Offensive Player of the Week for the fifth time this season after averaging 5.2 points, 4.18 kills, 2.91 digs and 0.73 blocks per set in in a 2-1 week for the Owls. She hit .438 with 14 kills, seven digs, three aces and three blocks in a sweep of Emmanuel, and followed with a 12 kill, 16 dig performance in a LEC sweep of Western Connecticut. Lamica capped the week by putting down 20 kills with 16 digs in a 3-2 setback to WPI. 

Wilson was named LEC Rookie of the Week for the third time this season after averaging 9.73 assists, 2.64 digs and 0.36 service aces per set in a 2-1 week for the Owls, who were 1-0 in league play. She had 36 assists, nine digs and two aces in a sweep of Emmanuel, and tallied 30 assists with seven digs and three blocks in a sweep of Western Connecticut. Wilson handed out 41 assists with 13 digs in a 3-2 setback against WPI