Men’s Soccer
Patrick Agyemang, Fr., F, East Hartford

Second-time selection came off the bench to contribute to three of the team’s goals in just 47 minutes of play helping the Warriors back from an early two-goal deficit to trim 2017 Little East Conference playoff champion Western Connecticut, 4-3, Wednesday at Thomas Nevers Field. In identical fashion to a 4-3 overtime home win over Trinity College two weeks earlier, Agyemang had two goals and an assist and also scored the game-winner against Western as Eastern remained perfect (4-0-0) at home. The team leader with 15 points, the 6-foot-3 inch Agyemang cut Western’s early lead (two goals in the first 20 minutes) in half with his fifth goal of the season, and with the score tied at 2-all, recorded the game-winning goal late in the first half with a header that gave the Warriors a 3-2 halftime lead. Twelve minutes into the second half, Agyemang assisted on an insurance goal.


Women’s Volleyball


Anna Barry, Fr., MH, Andover

Barry moved into second place in the Little East Conference this week by attacking at .455 in ten sets that improved her season mark to .370 for the Warriors, winners of seven straight following a 3-0 week. Also ranked eighth in the LEC in kills (135) and tied for eighth in kills per set (2.60), Barry averaged team-leading statistics in attack percentage, kills (34) and kills per set (3.40) and was second in points (36.5) and points per set (3.65) in ten sets. She also chipped in four blocks. Barry, who has at least 11 kills with a .485 attack percentage in the last five matches, had 11 kills with a .444 attack percentage as the Warriors followed their sweep of UMass Boston Sept. 21 with a Tuesday sweep of Western Connecticut in their first home match since Sept. 1. She also had a block solo and block assist against Western.


Field Hockey


Morgan Sanson, Jr., F, Thomaston

The two-year member of the Eastern softball program and first-year member of the field hockey program capped the Warriors’ rally from three goals down with 18 minutes left by scoring five minutes into  sudden-death overtime in a 4-3 Little East Conference home win over Plymouth State University Saturday.  The game-winning goal was the second this year for Sanson, who leads Eastern in points (10) and shares the team lead in goals (4) and assists (2). Sanson also assisted on Eastern’s first goal early in the second half against Plymouth.


2018 Weekly  Winners
Oct. 1 (#5)                 Patrick Agyemang                     Men’s Soccer                            Rookie-of-the-Week

Oct. 1  (#5)                Anna Barry                                Women’s Volleyball                  Rookie-of-the-Week

Oct. 1  (#5)                Morgan Sanson                         Field Hockey                             Rookie-of-the-Week

Sept. 24 (#4)             Hannah Goodale                       Women’s Soccer                       Defensive Player-of-the-Week

Sept. 24 (#4)             Aly Clarke                                 Women’s Soccer                       Offensive Player-of-the-Week

Sept. 24 (#4)             Ryan Escoda                              Men’s Cross Country                 Rookie-of-the-Week

Sept. 17 (#3)             Patrick Agyemang                     Men’s Soccer                            Rookie-of-the-Week

Sept. 17 (#3)             Hannah Goodale                       Women’s Soccer                       Defensive -of-the-Week

Sept.10 (#2)              Olivia Rovalino                          Women’s Soccer                       Rookie-of-the-Week

Sept. 10 (#2)             Will Toomey                             Men’s Soccer                            Rookie-of-the-Week

Sept.   3: (#1)            Madison Bell                            Women’s Volleyball                  Rookie-of-the-Week
Sept.   3 (#1)             Griffin Luczek                           Men’s Soccer                            Offensive Player-of-the-Week