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OTTAWA (CIS) – Soccer players Marie-Eve Jacques from the University of Sherbrooke and Cochrane Noseworthy-Smith from Acadia University are the Canadian Interuniversity Sport female and male athletes of the week for the period ending Sept. 8, 2013. Jacques, a second-year business administration student from Sherbrooke, Que., scored four of her teams five goals last weekend, including both game-winners, as the nationally fifth-ranked Vert & Or kicked off their RSEQ schedule with a pair of shutout wins, 2-0 at UQTR and 3-0 at home versus McGill. After tallying the first goal of the game on a penalty in Fridays season opener at Trois-Rivières, the 5-foot-7 striker accounted for all the scoring Sunday against the Martlets thanks to a natural hat trick. Jacques was named RSEQ rookie of the year and a first-team conference all-star in her university debut last season. 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"You miss one, you hit one," Vick said. "We had one that was close, but you just have to keep firing until you get one. You are not going to hit them all. We wish we could. Next week you may hit them all. It all depends." The Eagles face former coach Andy Reid and the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs (2-0) on Thursday night. The Chiefs already have matched their win total from 2012 and will be looking to win a game that's significant to their new coach. Defensive co-ordinator Bob Sutton obviously has to devise a plan to stop Philadelphias high-powered offence. Will he try San Diegos approach? "How do you stop the Eagles offence?" McCoy said. "What do you want to do? Do you want to try to stack the box and completely take away the running game out of the game? That happens and (we) wind up with 400 yards passing." Itll be a conundrum for opponents all year. 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