CS360 Week-2 National Primetime Performers Honor Roll (DI Women; 9-1-15)

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Junior forward and 10 others recognized for their timely, big-game efforts during week of Aug. 24-30. 

> Florida’s Savannah Jordan, pictured scoring in 3-2 win over Florida State, as part of her
4-goal/9-point week.

Savannah Jordan 2015 v FSU A400

Florida junior forward Savannah Jordan (Fayetteville, Ga.) – after registering a second-half hat trick in the 4–2 win at Miami and then scoring early in the 3–2 victory over arch-rival/defending national champion Florida State – has been recognized as the CS360 National Primetime Player of the Week, following the first full week of the 2015 season. Jordan is one of 11 total week-2 honorees – a group comprised solely of seniors and juniors, plus eight defensive-third players – on the week-2 National Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll for Division I women's soccer, as selected by CollegeSoccer360.com, for games during the week of Aug. 24-30.

As a reminder, the CS360 Primetime Performers (which began in 2009) highlight players who perform at a high level – both consistently and in timely fasshion – during games that carry potential significance to postseason qualification and positioning (i.e. based on quality of opponents and other situational factors; see Primetime Performer selection criteria, posted below).

JORDAN registered her second career hat trick (plus an assist) in the 4–2 comeback againt the Hurricanes, before opening the scoring in the 3–2 rivalry win vs. FSU. In the process, she maintained her pace of scring nearly one goal (46) per game (51) in her Gators career. All four of Jordan's goals – which came in a span of only 46 minutes of game time – featured her patented “post-up” turns and quick, accurate shots.

After a scoreless first half at Miami, Jordan took a sideline pass from Gaby Rivera, turned and sent a low 15-yard shot inside the near-left post (1–1; 58’). She then scored three minutes later (assisted by Samanta Chung), after making a turn on the right side and sending a six-yard driven shot inside the far-left post (for her 12th career multi-goal game). Jordan helped reclaim the lead five minutes later (3–2), after sliding a pass to Sarah Troccoli. She later capped the hat trick (for a career-best seven points) with a turn/shot from a similar spot to goal #2, this time with the ball deflecting into the near-right side (’85; assist: Mayra Pelayo).

Three days later vs. the defending champs, Jordan scored again from the right side, driving a low far-post shot under charging ‘keeper Cassie Miller (pcitured above) for the early lead (18’; assists: Troccoli & Meggie Dougerty Howard). The Gators went on to enjoy a 3–0 halftime lead, en route to the program's first win over a No. 1 team since defeating North Carolina in the 1998 NCAA title game.

(Note: see Jordan capsule info. below for brief postgame quotes from her and coach Becky Burleigh.)

> Savannah Jordan Links – CS360 Exclusive 1-on-1 Video Interview (Nov. 2014)  |  Jordan’s Florida Bio
Game Recaps: 4–2 at Miami and 3–2 vs. Florida State (also postgame feature story)

… The 11 week-2 Primetime Performers mostly hail from the defensive third, with three goalkeepers, three center backs, an outside back and a defensive midfielder, plus three forwards. All of the honorees are seniors (six; two of them 5th-years) or juniors (five), with two hailing from North Carolina hometowns: former club teammates for the two-time national champs CASL Chelsea Ladies 94 (Duke’s Christina Gibbons and Clemson’s Claire Wagner). The other week-2 Primetime Performers are from nine different home states: Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Tennessee, Texas and Washington (it’s very rare to have no Califonia natives on the Primetime Honor Roll)..

Headshots of all 11 week-2 Honor Roll members are included in the right sidebar, while detailed player capsules (including action photos) are featured at the bottom of this page.

... Selection for the CS360 weekly awards is based on any/all of the following "primetime" criteria (i.e. not solely based on raw stats):

• Performed at a high level in a game that could be key to the team's postseason qualification, typically in a game involving a top-50 team from the CS360 Composite National Rankings (or in a game involving a conference favorite/leader from a league not represented in the CS360 top-50).
• In general, preference is given based on the quality of the opponent, contribution to team success and other situational factors involved in the player's accomplishments.
• Exhibited strong leadership and/or involved in clutch performances, such as gamewinning goals, noteworthy comebacks, late scores, momentum-shifting play, all-around performance/consistency, filling role/gameplan, team spirit, etc.
• Overcame adversity or extreme circumstances (for the team and/or individual).
• Bonus consideration is given for key performances away from team's home field and/or against a traditional rival.
• (Note that typically a higher number players from conferences outside the CS360 top-50 will be honored later in the season, as league races heat up and individual results have greater bearing on postseason qualification).

Note – Photos on this page are courtesy of the respective schools.

CS360 Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll #2     Division I Women
(presented by CollegeSoccer360.com 
… Aug. 24–30, 2015)
        "It's not so much what you do, as it is when you do it."

HALEY ALBERT  (Iowa State … DM … Sr. … Eureka, MO … #33)
ALEX ARLITT  (LSU … D … Sr. … Houston, TX … #14)
JULIE ECKEL  (Tennessee … G … 5th-Yr.-Sr. … Cordova, TN … #00)
CHRISTINA GIBBONS  (Duke … D … Jr. … Raleigh, NC … #31)
RACHEL HILL  (Connecticut … F … Jr. … Rollinsford, NH … #3)
*SAVANNAH JORDAN  (Florida … F … Jr. … Fayetteville, GA … #7)
MALCANISHA KELLEY  (Samford … F … Jr. … Childersburg, AL … #8)
LAURA RAYFIELD  (Oklahoma … D … Sr. … Auburn, WA … #4)
SARAH STONE  (Indiana … G … 5th-Yr.-Sr. … Evansville, IN … #0)
HOLLY VAN NOORD  (Liberty … G … Sr./Jr. … Hudsonville, MI … #1)
CLAIRE WAGNER  (Clemson … D … Jr. … Cary, NC … #5)

* – CS360 National Primetime Player of the Week (National Freshman of the Week is TBA)

Scroll down for capsule data, with action photos, for all 11 players on the Primetime Performers Honor Roll.

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> Haley Albert

Iowa State

Def. Midfield • Sr. • #33

Eureka, MO


Week-2 Summary – Veteran leader from defensive/holding midfielder role, on starting unit that includes only one other senior and three freshmen … led Cyclones on West Coast trip that featured 2–1 loss at Long Beach State (cs360 #47) – which opened by upsetting UCLA – followed by 1–0 ISU victory at [16] Pepperdine … dominating 6-foot-1 presence in the air and battle-tested director of the midfield … key component to team’s set-piece success (five of six goals in 2015 have come via corners/free kicks), scoring two of those goals while also assisting on goal that delivered historic win in Malibu … connected with Taylor Wagner’s corner kick at far-left post and sent sharp header back towards the right, where Klasey Medelberg finished double-header sequence for big goal vs. Pepperdine (50’) … helped limit Waves to pair of shots on goal and one corner kick … part of defense that yielded only one goal in 175-minute stretch during West-Coast trip (also 76 shutout minutes between LBSU goals).

Career Highlights – Team MVP in 2014, after starting all 18 games (1G–2A) … played in 15 games (12 starts; 2G) in 2013, earlier named team’s Newcomer of the Year in 2012 (13 GP/3 GS) … three-sport athlete (also basketball, track) at Eureka HS, while starring for Kolping Kicks club (runner-up at Youth Soccer National Championship).

Links – Game Stories: 1–2 at Long Beach and 1–0 at Pepperdine  |  Albert's ISU Bio

> Alex Arlitt


Center Back • Sr. • #14

Houston, TX


Week-2 Summary – Fifth-year leader of LSU back line who was named Defensive MVP of home tournament, after leading Tigers shutdown wins over Western Kentucky (4–1) and cs360 #40 Minnesota (1–0) … LSU is off to an unbeaten start (3–0–1) in the quest to reach the NCAAs for the first time since 2011 … anchored defense that allowed only nine total shots, four shots on goal and seven corner kicks spanning the pair of games – highlighted by holding Minnesota without any shots on goal (4 total shots; 3 CKs) … that marked the first time since 2010 that LSU held its opponent without a shot on frame … combined with her fellow center back, so. Jordane Carvery, plus the outside back duo of  junior Megan Lee and freshman Alex Thomas, for 173 straight shutout minutes (after early WKU goal) and only three second-half shots allowed during the two games.

LSU Coach Brian Lee – “Defensively, we were excellent … we stayed organized and really battled for 180 minutes. To play the way we did in the second half of both games, and then to hold Minnesota without a shot on goal, it says a lot about how well we worked as a defensive unit.”

Career Highlights – Earned medical redshirt/fifth year after missing most of 2014 due to ankle injury … versatile back line player/attacking midfielder in 2013 (2G–3A; 20 GP/11 GS), earning CoSIDA First-Team Academic All-District … started all 18 games in 2012 (4G–1A) and tabbed a CS360 Primetime Performer for her role in road sweep of Ole Miss and Missouri … named to 2011 SEC All-Freshman Team (22 GS; 2G–3A) … standout central midfielder with Clear Lake HS, elite Challenge Soccer Club and South Texas State Olympic Development Program … sister Niki Arlitt was All-Big 12 player at Texas.

Links – Game Recaps: 4–1 vs. Western Kentucky and 1–0 vs. Minnesota  |  Arlitt’s Bio

> Julie Eckel


Goalkeeper • Sr. • #00

Cordova, TN


Week-2 Summary – Fifth-year player whose 65 career starts include three shutouts (396 total minutes) to open the 2015 season, plus a 1–1 result at Virginia Tech (cs360 #8) … her steady play and veteran savvy has offset a sluggish Vols offense that manged only one goal across the three ties (two 0–0), boosting the team’s long-range hopes of returning to the NCAAs for the first time since 2012 (a 1–3 start, rather than the actual 1–0–3, would have been an early hit to the team’s RPI and postseason resume) … her busy second week of the season – on the road vs. a pair of likely NCAA Tournament teams – included saving 13 of the 14 shots on frame while dealing with 40 total shots and 15 corner kicks (against Big South favorite Liberty and VT) … matched fellow Primetime Performer Holly Van Noord in making eight saves during 0–0 game at Liberty (the Flames had 17 totals shots and six corners) … nearly completed fourth straight shutout, in eventual 1–1 game vs. the Hokies (5 saves, while defensing 23 total shots and 9 CKs).

Career Highlights – Missed 2014 season due to ankle injury … her nine shutouts in 2012 included 533’ shutout stretch … named to 2011 SEC All-Freshman Team … three-sport standout (basketball point guard; track) at St. Benedict HS … product of Tennessee Rush, Memphis Kickers, Memphis FC and ODP Region 3 … won USA Triathlon National Female Championship at age 10 and earlier three-time national champion in Iron Kids Triathlon … also enjoys snowboarding and plans to return to triathlon competition after her soccer career … her uncle Rick Ford wrestled at Simpson College in Iowa.

TEAM FAMILY SUPPORT – A few months after missing the 2014 season due to injury, Eckel had to cope with the devastating news that her 24-year-old brother and “best friend” Brad has died suddenly of an epileptic seizure (he had been a soccer player and distance runner at Cordova HS) … Vols coach Brian Pensky canceled some of the team’s spring games so that Eckel’s teammates could support her by traveling to the funeral … for more on this story, click here.

Links – Game Recaps: 0–0 vs. Liberty and 1–1 at Virginia Tech  |  Eckel's Bio

> Christina Gibbons

Left Back • Jr. • #31

Raleigh, NC


Week-2 Summary – Versatile third-year player who has filled roles all over the field … tireless worker who played the full 110’ as Blue Devils registered impressive 0–0 result at CS360 #4 Penn State … part of veteran back line – with so. right back Morgan Reid, plus center back duo of jr. Lizzy Raben and so. Schuyler Debree – that limited dangerous PSU veteran Mallory Weber to one shot on goal … combined with Reid, Raben, Reid and jr. Rebecca Quinn in forming back line that limited William & Mary (cs360 #41) to four shots (three on goal) and no corner kicks, during 2–0 home-opener win … had helped Duke open with four shutouts for the first time since 1997 … rare junior-year team captain (one of three), as selected by her teammates.

Career Notes – Member of U.S. Under-23 and U-20 National Teams … 2nd team All-ACC in 2014 (3G–3A; 16 GP/15 GS), when she often played as a forward … 2013 ACC All-Fresman Team (3A; 24 GS), leading team in minutes played … product of Cardinal Gibbons HS and CASL Chelsea Ladies (2011 and ’12 ECNL national champs), as was fellow Primetime Performer Claire Wagner of Clemson … her father Thomas Gibbons played soccer at Clemson.

Links – Game Recaps: 0–0 at Penn State and 2–0 vs. William & Mary  |  Gibbons Bio

> Rachel Hill


Forward • Jr. • #3

Rollinsford, NH


Opening Week Summary – Proven scorer who has 33 goals in 46 career games with the Huskies, including 4G–1A in three games this season … scored tying goal in 2–1 win at Georgetown (cs360 #47) before opening the scoring in 4–2 win at perennial Patriot League title contender Navy … scored moments after Hoyas had taken lead, early in second half, after making deep run and poking ball away from ‘keeper Emma Newins to score from top of box  … delivered header goal (set-piece assist from Samantha McGuire) for quick lead at Navy (12’) … had 2G–1A in 4–1 season opener vs. Colgate (2014 Patriot League regular-season champ) … picked to repeat as American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year, for conference fav. Huskies.

Career Highlights – Member of 2014 U.S. Under-20 National Team … 2014 AAC Co-Offensive Player of the Year, NSCAA first team All-Northeast Region and AAC Tournament Offensive MVP … 16G–3A in ’14 included 2G vs. eventual NCAA champ Florida State and pair of game winners at AAC Tournament … 2013 first team all-conference and AAC All-Rookie Team (13G–5A; 20 GS) … set New Hampshire state record for career goals with 151, at Somersworth High School … also starred for Seacost United club program.

Links – U.S. Soccer Video Interview with Hill  |  Game Recaps: 2–1 at Georgetown and 4–2 at Navy  |  Hill’s UConn Bio

> Savannah Jordan


Forward • Jr. • #7

Fayetteville, GA


CS360 National Primetime Player of the Week

Week-2 – Registered second career hat trick (plus assist) in 4–2 comeback at Miami, then opened scoring in 3–2 rivalry win vs. defending NCAA champ Florida State … maintained pace of nearly one goal (46) per game (51) in her career … all four of her goals– in a span of only 46’ of game time – featured her patented “post-up” turns and quick, accurate shots … after scoreless first half at Miami, took sideline pass from Gaby Rivera, turned and sent low 15-yard shot inside near-left post (1–1; 58’) … scored 3' later (ast–Sam. Chung), after turn on right and six-yard driven shot inside far-left post (12th career multi-goal game) … helped reclaim lead five minutes later (3–2), after sliding pass to Sarah Troccoli … capped hat trick (career-best 7 points) with turn/shot from similar spot to goal #2, this time with ball deflecting into near-right side (’85; ast–Mayra Pelayo) … three days later vs. FSU, scored again from right side, driving home low far-post shot for early lead (18’; ast–Troccoli & Meggie Dougerty Howard) … actually missed a penalty kick (’27) – not exactly her forte – but Pam Begic later made PK (’42) for 3–0 halftime lead (FSU 2G in final 15’), Florida’s first win over a No. 1 team since defeating UNC in the 1998 NCAA title game.

Gators Coach Becky Burleigh – The goals [at Miami] were terrific. Savannah was working really hard on defense, too. We scrapped for what we could. Those were hard-working goals."

In Her Own Words: “[At Miami] there was a change of pace for our whole team in the second half. We fought for each other and that raised the intensity. The first goal Gaby Rivera played it to my feet. I spun, looked up and placed it near-post by the 'keeper. It was a great pass by Gaby. The third one, Mayra [Pelayo] was dribbling and committed the defender. She poked the ball through. It was geat work by her to get it to me.

… “[FSU] has always been known for defense, so to score against them as well as for us to score three is awesome. We’ve really been linking up in practice and games and, if that continues, our chemistry is going to keep getting better. Our team showed a lot of heart and fight. Because it was FSU, everyone was really excited playing for a big home crowd. It was a great build-up, a great pass by [Troccoli] and I just hit it across and hoped it went in back post. It was a great ball into me."

Career – Played with U.S. U-23 National Team at 2015 Four Nations Tournament (earlier played in 2014 U-20 World Cup) … earned 2014 NSCAA second team All-America honors (19G–8A), while finishing her first two seasons at Floirda with 41 career goals (Abby Wambach had 42 over first 2 yrs) … 2013 NSCAA All-American and received national Freshman of the Year honors (22G–3A), also becoming first SEC freshman ever named league’s Offensive Player of the Year … opened her college career with five-goal weekend vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2G) and Oregon State (3G), earning spot on CS360 Primetime Performers … played as a prep with Concorde Fire South ’95 Elite club team and Whitewater High School (as a junior) … enjoyed great succes in karate as a youth, which translates to her balance and strength on the ball (see video link below).

Links – CS360 Exclusive 1-on-1 Video Interview (Nov. 2014)  |  Jordan’s Bio
Game Recaps: 4–2 at Miami and 3–2 vs. Florida State (also postgame feature story)

> Malcanisha Kelley


Forward • Jr. • #8

Childersburg, AL


Week-2 Summary – High-scoring, 5-foot-10 forward who already has 6G–2A in 2015, with 3G–2A spanning week-2 wins over potential NCAA Tournament teams Memphis (5–1) and Wake Forest (2–1) … helped SoCon favorites bounced back from squandered 2nd-half lead in loss vs. Sun Belt fav. South Alabama … converted early one-timer (assisted by Jermaine Seoposenwe/Taylor Borman) to open scoring vs. Memphis, then provided thru-ball assist on Seoposenwe goal (’20) and assisted on Kaitlyn Orman goal (52’) … scored again, after 95-minute weather delay, on close-range shot for 4–1 (59'; assisted by Seoposenwe and Anna Allen) … the 5–1 final represented Samford’s first win over Memphis since 2007 and its largest victory margin in the series … two days later, scored on quick 15-yard strike (assisted by Borman’s long ball) to tie game vs. Wake Forest.

Career – NSCAA second team All-Region & second team All-SoCon in 2014 (7G–5A; 21 GP/20 GS) for team with program-record 45 goals … All-SoCon first team and All-Freshman Team in 2013 (8G–3A; 20 GS), when she was tabbed a CS360 Primetime Performer for game-winners vs. Tennessee and Auburn … three-sport standout at Childersburg High School (all-state basketball; 2nd in 400-meter dash). 

Samford Coach Todd Yelton – “[Against Memphis], ‘Mac' was fantastic and that was probably the best game she's played since she's been here. When [Kelley, Seoposenwe and Borman] get clicking and combining passes, then it can really make life difficult for the defense. Those three, with their combination play, have been fantastic for us this season."

Links – Game Recaps: 5–1 vs. Memphis and 2–1 vs. Wake Forest  |  Kelley’s Bio

> Laura Rayfield

Center Back • Sr. • #5

Auburn, WA


Week-2 Summary – Veteran center back who played key role organizing team defense, as Sooners won physical 2–0 Bedlam rivalry game at Oklahoma State (preseason CS360 top–50), followed by dominating 4–0 home win over Arkansas-Little Rock … leader of OU defensive third that limited the Cowgirls to one corner kick and seven primarily harmless shots on goal – none from dangerous frontrunner Courtney Dike, who played with Nigeria in the 2015 World Cup – in game that saw OU set the physical tone throughout (the Sooners were called for 20 fouls, to OK State’s five) … finished the weekend with penalty-kick goal that capped the big win over UALR, which managed only two shots (one on goal) and no corner kicks.

Career Highlights – Spent first two seasons at Oregon State before making transfer to Oklahoma, where she started all 23 games in 2014 (1G–4A) and earned spot on All-Big 12 Newcomer Team … named a CS360 Primetime Performer after leading defensive shutdown in 2014 lateseason 1–0 win over 14th-ranked Kansas … made eight starts as a freshman at Oregon State in 2012, followed by 17 starts (1G) in 2013 … product of Kentlake High School and Crossfire Premier club team that reached ECNL national final.

Links – Game Recaps: 2–0 vs. OK State and 4–0 vs. Ark.-Little Rock  
Rayfield’s OU Bio

> Sarah Stone


Goalkeeper • Sr. • #0

Evansville, IN

Sarah Stone 300A


Week-2 Summary – Stopped all 10 shots on frame while snuffing out several other scoring chances, leading Hoosiers to tension-packed 1–0 victories vs. Missouri (cs360 #37) and Baylor (in OT) … played with a lead for only 15 minutes (end of Missouri game) during entire weekend … her six saves vs. Mizzou included two in final eight minutes (shortly after IU took lead), including a huge diving stop to help clinch the win … her four saves vs. Baylor – including a diving stop on a Sarah King header – ultimately pushed that gave into OT … has played lead role in IU’s 2–1–1 start vs. quality slate (also 2–1 loss vs. top-10 team Virginia Tech and 0–0 vs. OVC favorite SIUE).  

IU Coach Amy Berbany – "Stone came up big for us [vs. Missouri]. Her leadership is more than I can ask for right now. She's doing a fantastic job.”

In Her Own Words – "It feels great to win but also to have our back line so strong and confident in each other and covering so well. It really showed in our game today [vs. Baylor] that we're going to work hard every minute and, if you get beat, you're covering for your teammates. It’s a great feeling to have people so together and strong in the back.”

Career Highlights – Started 18 games in 2014, after not seeing game action in 2013 and earlier making seven starts (four games off the bench) in 2012 (redshirt season in 2011) … product of Evansville Memorial High School (ranked 5th in nation her senior season) and the  Futbol Club of Evansville.  

Links – Game Recaps: 1–0 vs. Missouri and 1–0 vs. Baylor  |  Stone’s IU Bio

> Holly Van Noord


Goalkeeper • Sr. • #1

Hudsonville, MI


Week-2 Summary – Third-year starter who posted her 24th career shutout while matching Tennessee’s Julie Eckel (also a week-2 CS360 Primetime Performer) with eight saves in 0–0 battle vs. Vols team that was in CS360 presason top–50 … her busy game in that scoreless tie included dealing with 18 total shots and a ridiculously high number of Tennessee corner kicks (15) … key veteran for Big South Conference favorites.

Career Highlights – Reigning Big South Defensive Player of the Year, also earning 2014 NSCAA second team All-Region (0.69 GAA; .844 save pct.; 9 shutouts in 20 starts) … 2013 NSCAA third team All-Region and second team all-Big South, after totaling school/conference-record 14 shutouts (0.72 GAA, .850 save pct.; 23 GS) … utilized redshirt season in 2012 … product of Unity Christian High School, where she set state record with  75 career shutouts.

Links – Game Recap: 0–0 vs. Tennessee  |  Van Noord's Bio

> Claire Wagner


Center Back • Jr. • #5

Cary, NC


Week-2 Summary – Third-year starting center back who helped Tigers stay unbeaten with pair of 2–1 comeback wins, vs. arch-rival South Carolina (cs360 #9) and UNC Wilmington … combined with fellow center back Sam Staab, outside backs/twin sisters Emily and Gabby Byorth, and ‘keeper Kailen Sheridan in closing game vs. S.C. with 80 shutout minutes … led defense that limited their Palmetto State rivals to three shots on goal and three corners, while allowing only the 10th-minute goal by a Gamecocks team that had scored six goals in its first two games … factored directly into both goals vs. UNCW – first redirecting a Shannon Horgan corner for a 16-yard shot that curved over the ‘keeper (62’), and then delivering the cross to assist on Jenna Watson’s decisive goal (79’; UNCW was held to 5 SOG and 2 CKs). 

Career Highlights – Started 18 games in 2013 and 19 in 2014 (2G) … trained with 2013 U.S. U-20 National Team (also played in U–17 World Cup) … product of Panther Creek High School and CASL Chelsea Ladies that won ECNL national titles in 2011 and ’12 (fellow Primetime Performer Christina Gibbons of Duke also was member of that team).

Links – Game Recaps: 2–1 vs. South Carolina and 2–1 vs. UNC Wilmington  |  Wagner’s Bio


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