Navy had a pair of players earn weekly honors from the Patriot League.
Senior midfielder Andy Warner was named the Offensive Player of the Week for registering four goals and seven assists in two wins last week. He posted two goals and a career-best six assists in the Midshipmen's 14-11 victory over Towson on Tuesday night and then added two goals and one assist in an 8-3 win against Holy Cross on Saturday.
Freshman attackman Harrison Chaires was selected as the Rookie of the Week for scoring four extra-man goals, including three against the Crusaders. Chaires became the first Navy player to score three times on man-up situations in a single game since Adam Borcz did so against Penn State on April 14, 2001.
Towson sophomore attackman Matt Hughes earned Offensive Player of the Week honors from the Colonial Athletic Association after he recorded a hat trick each in two games last week. His third goal of the game with 9:50 left in the fourth quarter on Saturday proved to be the game-winner in the Tigers' 9-8 upset of then-No. 4 Stony Brook.
In Division III news, No. 2 Stevenson swept the Capital Athletic Conference awards.
Freshman midfielder Tony Rossi was chosen as the Offensive Player of the Week for totaling five goals in wins against No. 4 Cortland and No. 9 Roanoke. His three goals in the 10-8 victory over the Red Dragons on Saturday tied a career high.
Senior defenseman Evan Douglass was named the Defensive Player of the Week for compiling seven caused turnovers and seven ground balls. He caused his 100th turnover, which is a school record.