HIGH POINT, N.C. – University of Mount Olive attack Jackie Kaderabek has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week for games played from Mar. 5-11, the Conference announced today. This marks Mount Olive second POTW honor of the season.
Kaderabek, a sophomore from Annapolis, Md., netted seven goals and dished five assists for 12 points to lead Mount Olive to a pair of wins last week. She also scooped up nine ground balls, caused seven turnovers and collected five draw controls on the week.
Kaderabek got the week started with seven points on four goals and three helpers against Coker. In the 19-5 win over the Cobras, she would also pick up five ground balls and cause four turnovers. In a 24-0 shutout of Southern Wesleyan, Kaderabek stuffed the stat sheet as she tallied five points (3g, 2a), controlled five draws, scooped four ground balls and caused three turnovers.
Kaderabek currently has 36 points on 25 goals and 11 assists with 12 caused turnovers on the season. Her point total sits second in Conference Carolinas, while her goal and assist totals both rank fifth with her caused turnovers ranking 10th in the league.
Also nominated for Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week: Shannon sisk (Limestone), Marin Felsoci (Belmont Abbey), Alexandria Hammonds (Chowan) & Hanna Hawkins (North Greenville)
2018 Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week
Week One (Feb. 5) – Micheala Ciciarelli (Mount Olive)
Week Two (Feb. 12) – Caitlyn Nemeth (Limestone)
Week Three (Feb. 19) – Rachel Kellogg (North Greenville)
Week Four (Feb. 26) – Rachel Kellogg (North Greenville)
Week Five (Mar. 5) – Marin Felsoci (Belmont Abbey)
Week Six (Mar. 12) – Jackie Kaderabek (Mount Olive)