Quinlan Named America East Women's Soccer Co-Player of the Week
Sophomore transfer keeper Erin Quinlan scored her first collegiate honor when she was named the America East co-Player of the Week. Quinlan has led her team to its best start since 1995 when the team opened the year with an 8-0 record.
Since allowing a goal in the second half of the season opener against Old Dominion, Quinlan has now gone more than 649 minutes without allowing a tally. That success has led to a top-10 in the nation goals-against average of 0.13, while she is also among the top in the country in save percentage with a .968 average. Overall this season, she has made 30 saves.
This past week, Quinlan collected four saves each in shutouts of Lafayette (1-0) and Cornell (2-0). The week prior, she posted 1-0 victories over Long Island and Quinnipiac. For the year, Quinlan has six shutouts to her credit.
As a team, the Hawks 7-0-1 overall record has led to a second-straight week in the Northeast Region rankings put out by the NSCAA. This week, the Hawks moved up two spots to eighth in the region, while their undefeated record is the only unblemished mark in the top-10.