Hurricane Irma washed out a lot of college soccer, but not all of it. A bevy of storming Senators kept hitting the net again and again on a tremendous week for former Fletcher players in college. Here’s a recap of some of the highlights from the past week:

 

NCAA men

* Nemanja Damjanovic (Wolfson) scored his first career college goal, finishing off a corner kick in Flagler’s 4-1 loss to Queens (N.C.).

* Connor Behrend (Glynn Academy) had a terrific game in goal for Presbyterian, making eight saves to seal a 1-1 tie against ACC power Duke. He also picked up his first shutout of the season Saturday, making six saves to clinch a 1-0 win against UNC-Greensboro.

* Defender Huso Dukic (Mandarin) enjoyed an outstanding week, scoring the game-winner in overtime to carry Averett past Guilford 1-0. Earlier in the week, Dukic also earned an assist for the Cougars in a 3-2 loss to Virginia Wesleyan.

* Goalkeeper Jaime Payamps (Atlantic Coast) got a pair of shutouts for Greensboro, 3-0 against Berea (Ky.) and 5-0 against Guilford. Kyle Fisher (Bishop Snyder) started in both games.

* Senior midfielder Briggs Hurley (Ponte Vedra) earned an assist for Principia in a 5-1 win against Monmouth.

NCAA women

* A grand total of four different players from Fletcher scored this week in women’s college soccer, a rarity even for Northeast Florida. The parade began with senior defender Caroline Temple. She scored her first-ever goal for Lincoln Memorial, helping the Railsplitters earn a 2-1 W against USC-Aiken.

* Another Senators milestone: Sabrina Robertson netted her first college goal for Coast Guard in a 4-0 win vs. Nichols.

* Cue more cheers on Seagate Avenue: Hannah Wooten (Fletcher) struck the first goal of her college career Wednesday as West Florida cruised past Albany State 6-0.

* Senators goal number four: Fletcher graduate Morgan Patton scored the opening goal Saturday for Belmont Abbey in a 2-1 win over Lenoir Rhyne. Goalkeeper Kaitlyn Paul (Fleming Island) preserved the success with nine saves.

* Former Fletcher defender Jackie Schaefer, unlike a few of her former teammates, didn’t score this week. But the freshman went 90 minutes in a shutout victory, helping South Carolina take down fourth-ranked rival Clemson 1-0.

* Katie Ralys (Episcopal) achieved a milestone Sunday for Georgia. The freshman forward netted her first-ever college goal Sunday as the Bulldogs charged past Coastal Carolina 9-1.

* Auburn senior Courtney Schell (Bartram Trail) delivered the game-winner Friday, powering the Tigers past High Point 3-1. It’s her third goal of the season, tying her for the team lead.

* Freshman Leila Azari (Bolles) set up the clinching goal in Vanderbilt’s come-from-behind 3-1 win against Lipscomb Sunday, creating the assist with a dribbling run along the right side.

* Chelsea Burns (St. Johns Country Day) played all 90 minutes in defense to help Duke lock down No. 3 West Virginia 4-0.

* Not just one but two assists this week for Lianne Mananquil (Stanton). The elusive sophomore playmaker set up goals for Rice in Monday’s 4-1 victory over Houston as well as Sunday’s 5-2 win against Tulsa.

* Senior forward Rosie Lindo (Mandarin) lit up the score sheet for Dalton State in an NAIA blowout Saturday. She scored one goal and set up two in the Roadrunners’ 10-0 shutout of Talladega.

* Goalkeeper Mandy McGlynn (Sandalwood) made five saves in a 3-1 Virginia Tech win over East Tennessee State as the Hokies’ winning streak reached five.

* Sophomore winger Rachel Dias (Bolles) picked up an assist for Chicago in Saturday’s 3-1 win against Illinois Wesleyan. The Maroons are ranked third in Division III.

* Englewood graduate Medina Besic was on target again, scoring Oglethorpe’s opener for in a 3-1 victory over Wesleyan.

* Senior Susannah Anderson (Episcopal) added an assist to her four goals this season, setting up a score for Elon in Sunday’s 5-1 win against High Point.

* Two milestones in one week for freshman defender Taya Edwards (Bolles). She made her first NCAA start Friday, playing all 90 minutes to help Kentucky shut out Western Illinois 1-0, then collected her first college assist Sunday in a 3-0 victory against Ohio.

* Nikki Conte (Oakleaf) enjoyed a tremendous week at West Georgia, beginning with her first college match in a 3-2 loss to North Georgia and then striking the game-winning goal to beat Union 1-0.

* Nicole Santos (Camden County) scored off a corner kick for Point, which topped Oakwood 12-0.

* MJ Orduna (Atlantic Coast) struck her third goal of the season Friday for USC-Beaufort in a 4-0 win vs. Columbia (S.C.). Hanna Crist (Bishop Kenny) added an assist in the same game.

* Abby Austin and Brooke DeLauder (both Fleming Island), Hannah Dolores (Creekside) and Maddison Lipson (Sandalwood) played for Flagler in a pair of one-sided road victories, 5-0 at Newberry and 4-0 at Catawba. The Saints are unbeaten at 4-0.

* Celine Elie (Bishop Kenny) played her first college game in Andrew’s 4-1 loss to Gordon State College.

* Hannah Whipple (Stanton) made her college debut Thursday for Webber International in a 2-1 triumph over Warner.

Local colleges - Men

Jacksonville University 0-4

Last week: Games canceled due to Hurricane Irma.

This week: Sunday at Charlotte.

North Florida 1-2

Last week: Games canceled due to Hurricane Irma.

This week: Saturday at Connecticut.

Flagler 1-1

Last week: Lost 4-1 at Queens (N.C.).

This week: Saturday at Young Harris.

Local colleges - Women

Jacksonville University 2-3

Last week: Games canceled due to Hurricane Irma.

This week: Friday vs. The Citadel, Sunday at College of Charleston.

North Florida 5-1

Last week: Games canceled due to Hurricane Irma.

This week: Friday at College of Charleston, Sunday vs. The Citadel.

Flagler 4-0

Last week: Won 5-0 at Newberry, 4-0 at Catawba.

This week: Saturday at Young Harris.