Goslee Named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week

In 2015, Goslee led MU by totaling 10 games with multiple caused turnovers
April 28, 2015

Official BIG EAST Release

NEW YORK -- Marquette University junior defender Elizabeth Goslee picks up her second straight weekly accolade as she was named BIG EAST Conference Defensive Player of the Week following an 8-7 win at Cincinnati, the league office announce Tuesday, April 28.

Goslee, who made the weekly honor roll a week ago, anchored a stifling defensive unit that held the Bearcats to just seven goals in the team's season-ending victory on the road. The Cincinnati native finished the game with three caused turnovers, two ground balls and a draw control in the come-from-behind win. Marquette had trailed 4-3 entering the second half and, thanks to a big defensive stand, outscored the Bearcats 5-3 in the final 30 minutes for the win.

Goslee finished the year as the team-leader in ground balls (30) and caused turnovers (30). She set career-highs in the latter, as well as with a +15 improvement in draw controls (16) thisseason. Goslee will lead a talented veteran squad in 2016 that lookspoised to return a host of key contributors.


 

 

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