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W League Team of the Month: May 2024

By Staff, 06/06/24, 2:00PM EDT


Stellar performances highlighted first month of the season

The USL W League announced on Thursday its Team of the Month for May, honoring the league's top performers between May 4-June 2 as the regular season reached the halfway mark.   

Eleven clubs across 10 different divisions are represented in the lineup, with five more clubs included on the bench. Florida Elite Soccer Academy and Colorado Storm are the only clubs to earn two honors, as both had extraordinary, undefeated starts to the season. 

Check out the full list here:

GK: Gabrielle Schriver, Detroit City FC – Gabrielle Schriver had multiple impressive performances between the posts last month and allowed only one goal in 315 minutes of play. In Detroit City’s opening match against rival Flint City AFC, she made huge saves to earn a shutout and 1-0 win.  

D: Tessa Dellarose, Racing Louisville FC – Tessa Dellarose has been putting in work on both sides of the ball as an outside back for Racing Louisville. The UNC Tar Heel has been aggressive on the defensive end while also getting into the attack; she scored the first goal in the team’s 6-1 victory over Kings Hammer.  

D: Camryn Lancaster, California Storm – California Storm finished the month 3-0-1 and in the top spot in a stacked NorCal Division with the help of Camryn Lancaster. The TCU Horned Frog scored the Storm’s first goal of the season while also allowing only one goal through four matches. 

D: Georgia Brown, Florida Elite Soccer Academy – Florida Elite has scored 41 goals and conceded only two in six matches, and Georgia Brown has contributed to both of those feats. The center back has started in every match and has also netted six goals from the backline to earn Player of the Month. 

D: Lucy Fazackerley, Eagle FC – Eagle FC is one of only two teams this month to not concede a single goal, and Lucy Fazackerley played a large role in that accomplishment. The England-native played in all four and started three matches in the backline for Eagle FC. 

M: Alexis Meyer, Colorado Storm – University of Alabama commit Alexis Meyer has led the Colorado Storm to the top of the new Mountain Division with a record of 4-0-0. Meyer provided the assist to the lone goal that earned the Storm its first W League win against Flatirons FC. 

M: Anna Haddock, Tennessee SC – In her third W League season, Anna Haddock continues to be a keystone in TSC’s midfield. The Auburn Tiger has collected three goals and two assists in four starts for Tennessee, which sits at the top of the South Central Division. 

F: Amelia White, Indy Eleven – The reigning W League champs are looking for another title through the likes of Amelia White. The forward from Penn State has tallied three goals and two assists for Indy this season. 

F: Luciana Setteducate, Long Island Rough Riders – Nearly a third of Long Island’s 32 goals have come from Stony Brook Seawolf Luciana Setteducate. She has three assists to go with her nine goals, which is tied for most in the league. 

F: Lauren Geczik, AHFC Royals – Lauren Geczik has played a huge role in AHFC Royals undefeated start in its inaugural W League season. The Iowa Hawkeye has scored four goals, including the 90th minute game winner in the Royals’ 2-1 victory over Lonestar SC. 

F: Mariah Nguyen, Minnesota Aurora – Mariah Nguyen’s performances last month helped Minnesota Aurora continue its regular season undefeated streak by going 2-0-2 in the first four matches. Nguyen produced four goals and two assists, including a hat trick in Minnesota’s home opener. 

Bench: Katelyn Fishnick (Lexington SC), Sam Tran (Oakland Soul), Grace Ivey (Florida Elite Soccer Academy), Momo Nakao (South Georgia Tormenta FC), Julie Mackin (Greenville Liberty SC) Paige Churchill (Tallahassee Reckoning), Alyssa Glover (Colorado Storm) 


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