Sept. 18, 2006
PROVIDENCE, RI - Brown women's soccer senior co-captain Kathryn Moos (Wayzata, MN) was named Ivy League Player of the Week (9/18/06) after helping the Bears to wins over Boston College and Sacred Heart. Highlighting the week was a 2-1 upset over #13 Boston College on Friday night, Brown's first win over the Eagles since 1996. Moos scored three goals in the two games, including both game-winners, as the Bears are off to a 4-1-2 start.
Against Boston College, Moos scored the eventual game-winner just 12:00 into the contest, giving Brown a 2-0 lead. On Sunday against Sacred Heart (W, 3-1), the 2003 Ivy League Rookie of the Year scored two goals in a span of 3:23 to give Brown a 3-1 lead. She scored her first goal to give the Bears a 2-1 lead just 59 seconds after Bruno had tied it. This goal would prove to be the game-winner, but she added another less than four minutes later to provide some insurance.
With the three goals and six points this week, Moos has moved into the top ten on Brown's all-time goals and points lists. She currently leads the team with 13 points (5g, 3a) and two game-winning goals.
In addition to Moos, freshman midfielder Melissa Kim (Bethesda, MD) earned a spot on the honor roll with an assist on Moos' winning goal at Boston College and the Bears' first goal against Sacred Heart, which tied the game at 1-1
The Bears are back in action Wednesday evening, when they host undefeated Maine at 7:00 p.m.