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Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
September 18th, 2007 8AM

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A trio of West Coast forwards -- Connor Chin (San Francisco), Kevin Forrest (Washington) and Maxwell Griffin (UCLA) -- who led their respective teams to a pair of tournament wins over the weekend were named to the Soccer America Men's Team of the Week for games played Sept. 10-16.

GOALKEEPER
Zach Johnson, West Virginia (Fr.)

DEFENDERS
Omar Castillo, Connecticut (Jr.)
Jon Leathers, Furman (Sr.)

MIDFIELDERS
Josue Soto, Campbell (Fr.)
Simon Schoendorf, South Florida (Sr.)

FORWARDS
Conor Chinn, San Francisco (Soph.)
Kevin Forrest, Washington (Sr.)
Maxwell Griffin, UCLA (Jr.)
Sherron Manswell, Boston College (Sr.)
Tim Walters, Creighton (Jr.)
Garrett Webb
, Drake (Soph.)

MEN'S TEAMS OF THE WEEK

Week 2: Sept. 4-9
Player of the Week: Jason Friel (Villanova)

Week 1: Aug. 31-Sept. 3
Player of the Week: Stephen King (Maryland)



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