Judd, Petrantonio named Longstreth/NFHCA Division II Weekly Award winners

Photo of Miranda Judd, Defensive Player of the Week, next to a photo of Jazmin Petrantonio, Offensive Player of the Week. A light blue gradient is over the bottom of the photos with the Longstreth and NFHCA logos.

GILBERT, Ariz. — Miranda Judd, a junior defender from Merrimack College (No. 6), and Jazmin Petrantonio, a sophomore attacker from Shippensburg University (No. 1), are this week's Longstreth/NFHCA Division II Defensive and Offensive Players of the Week, respectively.

Longstreth/NFHCA Division II Defensive Player of the Week

Miranda Judd, Merrimack College, Jr., Defender (Lebanon, New Hampshire)

Miranda Judd ended the weekend as the nation's leader in points per game (4.00) following her seven-point output against Limestone College. Judd scored her first-ever hat trick while adding an assist to have a hand in all four of No. 6 Merrimack College's goals. Judd leads the Warriors and the Northeast 10 in goals (4), assists (4) and points (12). Judd also added a defensive save on Sunday, her second of the season.

Longstreth/NFHCA Division II Offensive Player of the Week

Jazmin Petrantonio, Shippensburg University, So., Midfielder/Forward (Saenz Pena, Argentina)

Jazmin Petrantonio scored a career-high four goals in No. 1 Shippensburg University's 5-0 win over Southern Connecticut State on Saturday. Petrantonio, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference's Player of the Week, leads the conference in shots with 21. 

Honorable Mentions 

Mia Lennon, Pace University, So., Defender (Yorktown Heights, New York)

Mia Lennon racked up seven points in the first week of the season with three goals and an assist. She was the deciding factor in No. 8 Pace University's 1-0 season-opening victory against Limestone College, scoring the only goal of the contest. She added two more goals and an assist in Pace's win at New Haven on Saturday.

Grace Henderson, Pace University, Fr., Goalkeeper (Kingswood, Australia)

Grace Henderson posted over 115 shutout minutes in the cage last week. The freshman goalkeeper played a full 70 minutes against Limestone, making a pair of saves in the shutout victory. Henderson made two more No. 8 Pace University's 7-1 win over New Haven on Saturday.