Eike Daube & Stephania Haralabidis Sweep MPSF Weekly Awards

    Eike Daube has picked up her first career pick as MPSF Player of the Week!

    Feb. 24, 2014

    Following the top-ranked Trojans' powerful run to the 2014 UCI Invitational championship this past weekend, USC has made it an MPSF sweep of the weekly awards. Junior Eike Daube has locked in her first career selection as the MPSF Player of the Week, and freshman Stephania Haralabidis has hauled in her first collegiate award as the MPSF Newcomer of the Week.

    Eike Daube went big for the Trojans on the crucial second day of the UCI Invitational, delivering a fourth-quarter hat trick to help lead the Trojans to a 12-7 semifinal win over No. 4 Cal before coming up clutch in the championship game. Daube scored twice during the second overtime period to pull USC out of a 6-5 OT hole and secure the tournament title for the Trojans with a 7-6 comeback win against No. 3 UCLA. Her five goals on Sunday paired with a goal during group play the previous day to give Daube 16 goals this season - just 12 games into the year. As a sophomore, Daube scored 23 total goals in all of 2013.

    Stephania Haralabidis is the MPSF Newcomer of the Week!

    Freshman Stephania Haralabidis was the Trojans' top scorer at the UCI Invitational. With 10 goals in the tourney, Haralabidis also was key in propelling USC to its second straight UCI Invitational championship. In the semifinal against No. 4 Cal, Haralabidis set a career high for herself with a four-goal game in the win over the Bears. She added her 10th goal of the tourney with an early equalizer for the Trojans in their comeback win over No. 3 UCLA in the title match. On the first day of play, Haralabidis scored twice against CSU Bakersfield and added a hat trick against No. 10 Cal State Northridge. With the 10-goal weekend, Haralabidis climbs up to stand as USC's second leading scorer on the year with 23 goals as the Trojans stay perfect with a 12-0 start to 2014

    Daube, Haralabidis and the Women of Troy return to action this weekend with a trip to Tempe, Ariz., to take on Arizona State in an MPSF matchup at 1 p.m. on Saturday (March 1).