Weekly update on former Tiger standouts
November 5, 2007
Andy McIntosh, jr., WR, Nevada: Had an assisted tackle in Nevada’s 40-38 win over New Mexico State.
Jake Peterson, soph., LB, Pennsylvania: Did not play in Penn’s 7-0 win over Princeton.
Brent Koontz, fr., LB, Southern Oregon: Red-shirting. Southern Oregon beat Humboldt State 31-16.
Spike Agosta, soph., RB/K, Feather River: Lost to No. 19 San Mateo 54-24. Agosta has 89 rushing yards and a touchdown and 22 receiving yards this season.
Cory Hartzell, soph., LB, Feather River: Lost to Butte 16-7. Hartzell has nine solo tackles and nine assists this season.
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Courtney Lenhart, jr., M, Seattle: Red-shirting. Seattle beat Montana State-Billings 2-1.
Mackenzie Porter, sr., M, Cal Lutheran: Beat Claremont Mudd-Scripps 2-0 in the SCIAC conference semifinals and topped Occidental in penalty kicks to win the conference championship. Cal Lutheran will compete in the NCAA tournament this weekend with a first-round game against Puget Sound Saturday.
Jenny Jaggard, sr., F, Southwest Baptist: Lost to Washburn in two overtimes but still clinched a spot in the MIAA Tournament.
Amber Gwinn, assistant coach, Southwest Baptist: Assistant coach.
Krysten Bartshe, jr., M/D, Southwest Baptist: Lost to Washburn in two overtimes but still clinched a spot in the MIAA Tournament.
Jessica Maule, jr., M, New Mexico Highlands: After compiling a 7-9-3 record in the regular season, the Cowgirls lost in the first round of the RMAC tournament 3-0 to Colorado School of Mines.
Chris Aguilar, soph., G, Feather River: The Eagles are 14-7-1 on the year. Aguilar posted shutouts against Napa Valley and Lassen College last week.
Martin Rubio, soph., M, Feather River: Has three goals and and three assists so far this season.
Kyle Mannschreck, fr., D/M, Feather River: Mannschreck has one goal this season. Feather River is 14-7-1 on the year and 10-1 in conference play.
Meghan Olsen, soph., M/D, Western Nevada: Olsen was selected to the All-Region XVIII team for her play on defense this season.
Jessica Cervenak, fr., Western Nevada: The Wildcats reached the Region XVIII championship game before losing in overtime to North Idaho College.
Samantha Perry, fr., D, Western Nevada: The Wildcats reached the Region XVIII championship game before losing in overtime to North Idaho College.
Rachel Van Roy, fr., M/F, Western Nevada: The Wildcats reached the Region XVIII championship game before losing in overtime to North Idaho College.
Jessi Chitwood, fr., D, Western Nevada: The Wildcats reached the Region XVIII championship game before losing in overtime to North Idaho College.
Daniel Sipko, jr., Eastern Oregon: The Mountaineers finished second at the Region I Championships in Olympia, Wash., Saturday.
Amanda Essary, jr., F, Lindenwood: Lindenwood beat Michigan State twice with twin 6-0 wins last week, lost to Saint Mary’s 2-1 and beat Augsburg 7-1. Essary has played in each of Lindenwood’s nine games this year and has three assists.
Lauren Martin, soph., F, St. Catherine’s: St. Catherines opens their season next week against Concordia.
Monica Knight, soph., Hofstra: Hofstra swept UNC Wilmington, Georgie State and beat William & Mary in five.
Colleen Carlson, fr., San Diego: San Diego is currently ranked No. 19 in the country.
Lauren Kelly, soph., Nevada: Nevada beat Sacramento State, lost to Hawaii and beat San Jose State.
Brittany Addeo, sr., Adelphi: Adelphi split with a win against Southern Connecticut State and a loss to Bentley.
Whitney Estes, soph., Grand Canyon: Results not available.
Dawson Joyce-Mendive, fr., Tufts: Tufts swept Trinity and lost to Williams int he conference tournament.
Cayla Knapp, soph., Arizona Western College: Beat Eastern Arizona twice and lost to Salt Lake in the District A Finals.
Katy Marsh, soph., Pima College: Pima finished the year 1-16 in conference play and 4-26 overall.
Alex Risko, fr., Golden West College: Stats not available.