Hoy Earns Ivy, Nat'l Weekly Honors as Women's Soccer Heads to Saint Peter's
• Princeton will face Saint Peter's for the first time Tuesday in Jersey City.
• The Tigers enter having notched back-to-back wins over Lafayette and Yale, while the Peahens are looking to snap a seven-game losing skid.
• Princeton will be the second Ivy League opponent in three games for Saint Peter's after Yale defeated the Peahens 8-1 in New Haven two weeks ago.
• Princeton is the final non-MAAC opponent for Saint Peter's, but the Tigers will have two more non-league games, against Lehigh at Roberts Stadium on Oct. 10 and at La Salle on Oct. 22.
• Three players co-lead the Peahens with two goals apiece, including Amanda Feldstein, Jamie Lisanti and Emily Fenice. Caitlin Hoffer has played all but 90 of the team's 810 minutes in goal this season and carries a 3.62 GAA.
• Jen Hoy was named the Ivy League Player of the Week Monday for the second time this month after scoring a hat trick against Lafayette last Wednesday and getting a game-high four shots Saturday at Yale.
• Hoy leads the Ivy League with 18 points, 2.25 points per game, nine goals and 1.12 goals per game. Hoy is third in the nation in goals per game through Sunday's games, also ranking seventh in points per game and eighth in total goals.
• The Ivy Player of the Week honor is the third for Hoy in her career, after one last season.
• Hoy was also named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week.