Charlie Streep, Bucknell
Junior, New Canaan, Conn., midfielder
Streep powered the No. 12 Bison to the program's first Patriot League tournament crown since the conference began that format in 2004, and their first berth in the NCAA tournament since 2001. Streep scored three goals in the team's 13-5 rout of Lehigh in the tournament semifinal on Friday and followed up that performance with another hat trick in Bucknell's 10-3 victory over No. 14 Colgate in the final on Sunday. Streep, a two-time Patriot League first-team selection, was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player.
Sarah Parks, Dartmouth
Junior, Ellicott City, attack
The Centennial graduate scored the goal heard around the Division I women's lacrosse world Sunday, netting the game-winner in overtime to deal No. 1 and defending national champion Maryland its first loss in 29 games. She finished with three goals in the 9-8 win at No. 12 Dartmouth. Parks reached 100 career points with a goal and an assist in a 14-7 win over Harvard. A second-team All-Ivy League selection last season, she ranks fourth on the team in scoring with 16 goals and 12 assists.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun