Clemson, S.C. – Sophomore Emily Lamparter was selected as one of eight IWLCA national players of the week, it was announced by the organization on Tuesday. The honor is Lamparter’s first of her career of any kind and Clemson’s first national honor in program history.
The Maryland transfer made 20 saves in three games last week, earning the win in all three games. In the upset of No. 13 Duke, the Lake Wylie, S.C., native played all 60 minutes, making nine saves. Lamparter saved four of Duke’s six free position attempts, securing the victory for the Tigers.
This weekly award recognizes the best offensive and defensive performances by players in Division I, II, III, and the NAIA each week during the regular season.
Clemson is back in action on Thursday, welcoming No. 4 Boston College to Historic Riggs Field for a 4:00 p.m. matchup on ACCNX.
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