Courtney Murphy, Floyd
Had 11 goals in two games last week, including the winner in the Colonials' 12-11 victory over West Babylon Tuesday.
Kristen Brent, Sacred Heart
She's had 17 points in the Spartans' last three games. On Saturday, she had seven goals, an assist, nine draw controls and six groundballs in an 18-16 win over SWR in the Long Island Challenge . Brent was named game MVP.
Wantagh's trio of "UNDAUNTED" stars
Paula Schmidt totaled 23 points in the Warriors' three wins last week; Colleen Lovett had 19 points; April Iannetta was named game MVP after a three-goal, four-assist performance in a 15-11 win over Mt. Sinai in the Long Island Challenge on Saturday.
Barbara Sullivan, Garden City
Had a career-high five goals and an assist and played strong defense in the Trojans' 17-7 win over Northport on Saturday.
Kerrin Maurer, St. Anthony's
Had a career-high 12 points with seven goals and five assists in a 19-11 win over New Jersey power Ridgewood, which came in riding a 38-game win streak and was ranked No. 3 by ESPN Rise.
Bridget Vilbig, Island Trees
The junior scored a career-high 10 goals and added five assists in the Bulldog's 27-18 win over Mepham on Monday.
Emmma Hayes-Hurley, Huntington
She totaled up 18 points in two games - both wins - last week as Huntington improved to 8-3.
Sarah Croutier, Kellenberg
She racked up seven goals and five assists in Monday's win over Holy Trinity.
Kelsey O'Brien, Massapequa
The junior had 14 points in the Chiefs' two wins last week, including scoring a career-high seven goals in Friday's win over Calhoun.