Keus, Moroni named Longstreth/NFHCA Division I Weekly Award winners

A photo of Defensive Player of the Week, Bodil Keus, dribbling the ball in a black uniform next to a photo of Offensive Player of the Week, Agueda Moroni, dribbling the ball in a white jersey. The Longstreth and NFHCA logos are at the bottom of the graphic, over a blue gradient.

GILBERT, Ariz. — Bodil Keus, a sophomore defender from No. 2 University of Maryland, and Agueda Moroni, a senior forward from No. 19 Liberty University, have been named this week's Longstreth/NFHCA Division I Weekly Award winners.

Longstreth/NFHCA Division I Defensive Player of the Week

Bodil Keus, University of Maryland, So., Defender (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Keus played in integral role in No. 2 University of Maryland's 4-2 win over No. 3 University of Connecticut this past weekend. Making an impact on both sides of the ball, the sophomore defender scored the Terp's first two goals of the match, both off penalty corners, then led a defense that kept the Huskies to just five shots throughout the game.

Longstreth/NFHCA Division I Offensive Player of the Week

Agueda Moroni, Liberty, Sr., Midfield/Forward (Cordoba, Argentina)

In three games last week, Moroni tallied six goals and three assists for 15 points. In an 8-2 victory over Big East opponent Temple University, Moroni scored twice. She followed that performance with her fourth hat trick of the season and an assist in Liberty's 8-1 conference win over Quinnipiac University. She also scored once in Liberty's overtime loss to No. 16 Wake Forest on Sunday. Her sixth goal of the weekend was her 20th of the season, giving her Liberty's single-season goal record.

Honorable Mentions

Tonya Botherway, Saint Joseph's University, Fr., Forward (Auckland, New Zealand)

Botherway scored four goals and added an assist as the No. 14 Hawks moved into a tie for first place in the Atlantic 10 Conference with a pair of victories over the weekend. She netted her first career hat trick on Friday in a 4-1 win over Lock Haven, then added another goal and pitched in with an assist as the Hawks flew past Saint Francis, 5-0.

Corinne Zanolli, Stanford University, So., Forward (Newtown Square, Pennsylvania)

Zanolli notched a hat trick against University of California Davis while contributing one goal and one assist two days earlier in No. 21 Stanford University's win against University of the Pacific. Zanolli ranks second in the country with 15 goals.