BRIDGEPORT, PA. — Elizabeth Lipps (#1, Menlo Park, CA) of the University of Washington posted 15 assists, 10 steals and 55 saves, including three stops on a trio of five-meter attempts, in 112 minutes of work at the University of California-Davis Invitational to collect accolades as the February 5 Women’s Collegiate Club Northwest Division Player of the Week.
She notched 14 saves in a 14-3 victory over California State University-Chico to accompany a nine save effort in a 13-4 victory over the University of California-San Diego. Facing the host Aggies, Lipps tacked on 15 more stops in a 9-3 defeat of UC-Davis “B” in addition to 17 saves in a 10-3 setback against UC-Davis “A”.
Further, her passing skills led directly to 15 goals as the Huskies outscored their opponents by a 39-20 differential.
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"We had a very solid tournament showing last weekend in Davis and a big part of that was through the efforts of Lizzy," said coach, Rudy Ramirez, about the honor. "I wouldn't expect anything less from last year's division MVP, and she's only getting better every week."
Next up for the #7 Huskies is the first Northwest Division CWPA tournament, February 17-18th, in Puyallup, WA. Check the team schedule for the full list of game times.