Senior Chloe Tong (Easton, Md./Wye River) moved to goalkeeper before this season and has taken to the position well.
Moving from the midfield into the cage, Tong battled injury earlier in the year. Recently, she has regained her health and has taken over as the primary goalkeeper for the WildCats.
In her first start of the week, the Easton, Md., native was between the pipes for a Randolph win over Trinity (D.C.).
The next day, Tong had eight saves at Randolph-Macon.
The best game of her career came on Homecoming after being honored as part of senior day.
She made 19 stops against Bridgewater, stopping the first 12, and only conceding the game's first goal after turning aside the first three shots of a four-shot sequence in a ten second span.
Only Vicki Johnson, the ODAC's all-time leader in saves, has made more saves in a WildCat women's soccer uniform than Tong did on Saturday.
Previous WildCats of the Week:
Templin, Jr., Volleyball, 10/21/13
Will Wolf, Sr., Men's Soccer, 10/14/13
Blake Heatherly, Fy., Men's Soccer, 10/7/13
Corey Sindle, Sr., Men's Soccer, 9/30/13
Celine Rhodes, So., Volleyball, 9/23/13
Brian Anderson, Fy., Men's Soccer, 9/16/13
Taylor Gamble, Fy., Women's Soccer, 9/9/13
Rain McKemie, Fy., Women's Cross Country, 9/3/13