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By Staff Report
Monday, Nov. 4, 2013, 8:09 p.m.
 

Washington and Jefferson senior Holly Shipley earned her second Presidents' Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week honor for the 2013 season.

Shipley, a Southmoreland graduate, concluded her four-year career with the women's soccer team by scoring six goals and adding an assist during a two-game span. Shipley registered back-to-back hat tricks against Thiel and Bethany. The three-goal efforts were the fourth and fifth of her career.

Shipley's 20 goals led the conference and set a single-season school record. Shipley finished her career with 61 goals, which tied her for first among W&J players with Nicole Bosley Bednarski. She is second all-time in the program's history in assists (33) and points (155).

— Staff report

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