Douglas Grads: For the week ending Sept. 11, 2004
September 21, 2004
Brandon Griffith, QB, sr., Southern Oregon: 21-for-37 with 216 passing yards in a 13-7 win over Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont.
Gabe Hatchett, WR, jr., Toledo: Stats not available.
Andy McIntosh, WR, fr., Nevada: Red-shirting.
Jake Peterson, LB, fr., Pennsylvania: Season starts Sept. 18 at San Diego.
Luke Rippee, FS, fr., Nevada: Red-shirting.
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Ashley Sulprizio, GK, California: Did not face any shots in a shutout against Penn. Cal is currently ranked No. 14 in the country.
Amber Gwinn, Sacramento State: Started once and played in two games last week.
Mackenzie Porter, fr., Notre Dame de Namur: Played in one game last week.
Hannah Sullivan, fr., Liberty: Had two shots on goal against Virginia Tech Sunday.
Terran Hadlock, Nevada: Played against Utah State in the Wolf Pack’s first win of the season.
Britney Christen, W, soph., Lassen: Starting at wing for the No. 3-ranked junior college team in the nation. Has two goals and an assist.
Jen Jaggard, D, fr., Lassen: Coach Ben Wade calls her one of the best players in junior college soccer in the country. Several Division 1 schools are already asking about her graduation date. Is the backbone of the Cougar defense and has two goals in limited offensive playing time.
Molly Hernandez, MF, soph., Lassen: Has two assists and one goal on the season.
Chase Zumpft, fr., GK, Feather River: Starting at keeper for the Golden Eagles.
Daniel Sipko, freshman, Eastern Oregon: Finished 19th in the 4-kilometer Hampton Inn Classic at Northwest Nazarene in his first college race. The Mountaineers finished third as a team.
Brittany Addeo, soph., Adelphi: Had 45 assists and 10 digs in a loss to Kutztown and 23 assists and nine digs in a win against C.W. Post.
Jencie LeJeune, jr., San Francisco: Eight kills and eight blocks in three matches last week.
Jamie McCreary, jr., Southern Oregon: 51 assists and 16 blocks in a win over Albertson.
Emily Haas, soph., San Diego: Had 26 kills for the No. 23 Torreros in sweeps of Nevada and Penn and a loss to Oregon State.
Chelsey Myers, jr., Seattle Pacific: 11 service points, 10 kills, 15 digs and two blocks in a loss to Central Washington.
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