Frew and Lair Named AMC Women's Soccer Players of the Week

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Alexandria Lair of Missouri Baptist and Laurie Frew of Columbia (Mo.) were named AMC Women's Soccer Defensive and Offensive Players of the Week respectively, the conference office announced on Monday. The duo was selected based on their performances Sept. 11-17.

The next AMC Players of the Week will be announced on Sept. 25.

AMC Defensive Player of the Week
Alexandria Lair, Missouri Baptist
Sr., GK. Winnipeg, Canada

  • Made seven stops to lead the Spartans to two AMC wins.
  • Allowed just one goal in 188 minutes.
  • Currently 20 saves away from the Missouri Baptist career saves record.
  • Ranks 14th in the NAIA in total saves with 46.
  • This is her seventh career AMC Defensive Player of the Week award and second this season.

AMC Offensive Player of the Week
Laurie Frew, Columbia (Mo.)
Sr., F, Columbia, Mo.

  •  Scored five goals and had one assist in two games this week.
  • Recorded three goals and one assist in a 9-1 win over Lindenwood-Belleville.
  • Added two more goals in a 4-0 win at Freed-Hardeman.
  • Ranks second in the AMC in goals (nine) and points (20).
  • This is her fourth career AMC Offensive Player of the Week award.

Other Notable Performances:  

  •  Madi Allen, Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.): Stopped 26 shots for the Trojans who went 1-1 on the week.
  • Claire Coley, Lyon (Ark.): Made eight stops and allowed just one goal in 90 minutes to help the Scots to a pair of AMC wins.
  • Gabi Severns, Park (Mo.): Helped the Pirates to a pair on wins, by scoring three goals and adding three assists.
  • Haylee Eastridge, Missouri Baptist: Scored four total goals on the week, including both goals in a 2-1 win over William Woods.

Defensive Nominees: Claire Coley, Lyon (Ark.), Madi Allen, Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.), Megan Klein, Park (Mo.), Rosemary Lenz, William Woods (Mo.)

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