Trinity women’s phenomenal season continued this weekend, and so unsurprisingly the Tigers swept the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week awards announced on Monday. Julia Camp won the offensive player award while Hannah Booher won the defensive player award.
Camp claimed the offensive honor after scoring six goals, along with two assists in the week’s three matches. That made Camp the team leader in goals and assists with eight goals and six assists through the season. Camp recorded four goals in the 5-0 win over Austin College to equal a team record for an individual match.
Throughout the three matches over the week Trinity only allowed six shots on goal, so a Trinity defender was bound to win the defensive player of the week award. That honor fell to Hannah Booher after Trinity’s fifth clean sheet of the season came against Centenary College.
Booher played just in front of the Tiger’s defense, in a holding midfield role, which saw her stop a number of chances before they advanced that far up the field. That saw Booher be a vital link between defense and the midfield line, creating opportunities for the forwards.
Booher also contributed to the Trinity offense as she scored twice and added an assist to put in a case for winning both awards. She scored against Mary Hardin-Baylor in the Tuesday match while scoring and managing an assist against Centenary on Sunday, bringing her season total to two goals and two assists.