Sophomore Anna Haddock continues to show her impact on the field for the Tigers, earning her second SEC Offensive Player of the Week honor this season after scoring two goals in the Tiger's 3-0 win over Georgia.
The star midfielder has already turned in two braces just eight games into the season and has registered a point in seven out of eight games played.
Haddock stepped on the pitch against Georgia and made an immediate impact, scoring just 10 minutes into the contest to notch her fourth game-winning goal of the season.
Though a lightning delay halted the start of the second half, the Bowling Green, Kentucky, native wasn't done just yet as she find the back of net again just five minutes after the match resumed.
Haddock entered the season as the SEC and national freshman assist leader while playing in all 18 games at midfield for the Tigers last season. She now the leads the Tigers in goals scored and is tied for fourth in the SEC for registered points early into her sophomore season.
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Larry is a senior studying journalism with a minor in sociology. He is from Enterprise, Alabama and is in his third year with The Auburn Plainsman.