Cook (Coto de Caza, Calif.) had a two-goal performance in the Bruins’ 3-1 win at Colorado on Sept. 22, scoring the game’s first goal in the sixth minute and adding her second, the game-winner, in the 42nd. With her brace, she moved into the team lead in scoring with five goals and 11 points. She ranks fourth in the Pac-12 in those categories and is second in the conference with two game-winning goals. Cook has totaled 27 career goals – 17 at Oregon from 2019-21 and 10 at UCLA from 2022-23.
McMahon (Carmel, Ind.) assisted on Cook’s game-winner and helped hold a dangerous Colorado offense to just five shots and three shots on goal in the game. McMahon and the Bruin defense has held seven of eight opponents this season to just five shots or less. She ranks third on the team in assists with two and fifth in points with four.
This is the second Pac-12 award this season for each player and third overall for McMahon, who won the Defensive Player of the Week award for the second consecutive week.
Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week: Aug. 21 – Grayson Lynch, Washington State; Aug. 28 – Ally Cook, UCLA; Sept. 4 – Karlie Lema, California; Sept. 11 – Sunshine Fontes, UCLA; Sept. 18 – Maribel Flores, USC; Sept. 25 – Ally Cook, UCLA.
Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week: Aug. 21 – Kennedy Wesley, Stanford; Aug. 28 – Bridget Rieken, Washington State; Sept. 4 – Kennedy Wesley, Stanford; Sept. 11 – Ava Priest, Colorado; Sept. 18 – Quincy McMahon, UCLA; Sept. 25 – Quincy McMahon, UCLA.
Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Week: Aug. 21 – Pauline Nelles, Arizona State; Aug. 28 – Jordan Nytes, Colorado; Sept. 4 – Ryan Campbell, Stanford; Sept. 11 – Hope Hisey, Arizona; Sept. 18 – Ryan Campbell, Stanford; Sept. 25 – Ryan Campbell, Stanford.
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