Senior Megan Healy became the first repeat North Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Week selection of the 2019 women's lacrosse season on Monday, as the midfielder was recognized in large part for her 22 draw controls in a pair of wins for the Fighting Scots last week.
Healy was nearly unstoppable in all facets of the game during The College of Wooster's 21-5 win at Allegheny College on Tuesday. The senior won a career-high 13 draws, and backed that up with seven groundballs, three caused turnovers, two goals, and two assists.
On Saturday, Healy's contributions helped Wooster match its single-season program record for wins at 13, as the Scots downed Ohio Wesleyan University 22-3. In that game, Healy won nine draw controls to up her season count to 91. She's now had at least 90 draw controls in back-to-back seasons and is the lone student-athlete in program history to eclipse that mark in a year.
The College's career leader in caused turnovers, draw controls, and groundballs was previously named the NCAC Player of the Week on March 25.
Wooster's back in action at Kenyon College (13-2, 6-0 NCAC) at 5 p.m. on Wednesday.