BORER RECORDS CONFERENCE CAROLINAS POTW HONORS

Borer currently leads the Conference in save percentage (1.000), while ranking fourth in saves (11).

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Chowan University goalkeeper Olivia Borer has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Soccer Player of the Week for matches played Aug. 31 - Sept. 3, the Conference announced today.
This is the first Conference Carolinas Player of the Week honors for the Chowan soccer program.  The Hawks competed as a member of the Conference Carolinas for the first time over the weekend.

Borer, a junior from Malabar, Fla., was a brick wall in goal for the Hawks over the weekend. Borer would lead her team to a 0-0 draw against Florida Southern after registering 11 saves in 110 minutes of action.

Borer currently leads the Conference in save percentage (1.000), while ranking fourth in saves (11).

Also nominated for Women's Soccer Player of the Week: Rachel Curtis (Southern Wesleyan) & Nicole Ferren (Belmont Abbey)

2017 Women's Soccer Player of the Week
Week One (Sept. 4) – Olivia Borer (Chowan)

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