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Boutilier Named ACC Player of the Week

April 6, 1998

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Virginia's Peggy Boutilier (Baltimore, Md./Roland Park Country) was named the ACC Player of the Week for her performances during the week of March 30, 1998.

The senior center tallied eight goals, including five against then-#2 and previously undefeated Princeton and recorded four draw controls and 11 ground balls to help the Cavaliers to a 3-0 record on the season.

The Cavaliers, led by Boutilier's offensive threat and defensive presence, allowed only six goals in three games this week while scoring 39 goals themselves.

The Cavaliers improved to 8-2 overall on the season. This is the fourth such selection for the 1998 season.

ACC Players of the Week     
1998 season
March 16    Beth Potter     Virginia
March 23    Cathy Nelson    Maryland
March 30    Erin McGinnis   North Carolina
April  6    Peggy Boutilier Virginia

ACC Results for March 30-April 5, 1998
#1 North Carolina 9, #3 Duke 6
#10 William & Mary 11, #1 North Carolina 7
#10 William & Mary 6, #3 Duke 5
#4 Maryland 16, Vanderbilt 4
#4 Maryland 11, #7 Temple 5
#4 Maryland 14, #8 James Madison 11
#5 Virginia 14, Richmond 1
#5 Virginia 9, #2 Princeton 4
#5 Virginia 16, Villanova 1

IWLCA Poll for April 6, 1998
1. North Carolina
2. Maryland
3. Virginia
4. Princeton
5. Loyola
6. James Madison
7. Duke
8. William & Mary
9. Georgetown
10. Penn State
11. Temple
12. Dartmouth
13. Towson
14. Delaware
15. Yale


 

 

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