Landis, Jennings named Longstreth/NFHCA Division III Weekly Award winners

A photo of Shayna Landis, Defensive Player of the Week, hitting the ball, next to a photo of Offensive Player of the Week, Caitlin Jennings, hitting a ball. A light blue gradient is over the bottom of the photos with the Longstreth and NFHCA logos.

GILBERT, Ariz. — Shayna Landis, a senior defender from Messiah College (No. 2), and Caitlin Jennings, a sophomore forward from Houghton College, are this week's Longstreth/NFHCA Division III Defensive and Offensive Players of the Week, respectively.

Longstreth/NFHCA Division III Defensive Player of the Week

Shayna Landis, Messiah College, Sr., Midfielder/Defender (Lancaster, Pennsylvania)

Shayna Landis led a Falcon defense that shut out Ursinus College and Salisbury University (No. 6) this past weekend. Landis played all 140 minutes and spearheaded an effort that allowed just five shots against Messiah College (No. 2) this week.

Longstreth/NFHCA Division III Offensive Player of the Week

Caitlin Jennings, Houghton College, So., Forward (Vestal, New York)

Sophomore forward, Caitlin Jennings, led the Highlanders offensively in a 2-1 week with five goals and three assists. In Houghton's 8-1 win against Wells College, Jennings had two goals and one assist. She followed that performance with her second career hat trick, notching on two assists, in a 6-1 win over Keuka College.  

Honorable Mentions

Nicole Andriani, Montclair State University, Jr., Goalkeeper (Manahawkin, New Jersey)

Andriani allowed just one goal and made 15 saves helping the Red Hawks improve to 4-0 with a pair of wins last week. She stopped 11 shots as Montclair State (No. 9) knocked off SUNY New Paltz 2-1 and then had four saves in registering her second shutout of the season in a 2-0 win over SUNY Cortland (No. 18).

Grace McClatchy, University of Scranton, Jr., Forward (Havertown, Pennsylvania)

Grace McClatchy had five goals and one assist this weekend. McClatchy scored a hat trick and had an assist in the University of Scranton's 4-1 win over William Paterson, she continued her scoring streak with two goals in Scranton's 4-0 win over Elmira College.

Michaila Parent, Worcester State University, Sr., Forward (Westborough, Massachusetts)

Michaila Parent recorded four goals and four assists this week. Her fourth goal of the weekend made Parent just the second player in Worcester State field hockey program history to record 100 points, and now sitting at 102 points, she is just one point away from tying the all-time program record of 103.