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AWARDS: Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
September 23rd, 2008 8:30AM

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Boston College's Alejandro Bedoya, who scored a hat trick in the 4-1 victory over previously unbeaten North Carolina, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week. For all the Men's Team of the Week selections for games played Sept. 15-21 ...

GOALKEEPER
Neal Kitson (St. John's)
Senior set career high with 11 saves in 0-0 draw at Notre Dame, then added five saves in 1-0 win at Marquette.

DEFENDERS
Adam Brazitis (Villanova)
Senior anchored defense in 0-0 draw at West Virginia and scored golden goal in 1-0 win at Pitt.
Chris Schuler (Creighton)
Junior anchored Creighton's defense in shutout victories at Stanford (1-0) and against Cal (2-0).

MIDFIELDERS
Eric Alexander (Indiana)
Junior tallied an assist and netted the game-winning goal in 3-2 overtime victory against Wisconsin.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK-Alejandro Bedoya (Boston College)
Senior scored three times -- his first three goals of season -- in 4-1 victory over previously unbeaten North Carolina.
Corben Bone (Wake Forest)
Sophomore scored tying late in the first half and added two second-half assists in 6-2 win at UC Santa Barbara.
Dylan Curtis (UC Davis)
Senior scored game-winning goal on overtime penalty kick in 2-1 win over San Diego and assisted  on winner in 2-1 decision over San Diego State.
Gerson Dos Santos (VCU)
Brazilian senior scored first two goals and assisted on third at Coastal Carolina (4-0) and set up game-winner at Richmond (1-0).

FORWARDS
Sam Arthur (South Carolina)
Sophomore tallied two goals in his third consecutive contest in 4-0 win over College of Charleston.
Austin Neil (Tulsa)
Freshman scored two goals in 2-1 overtime victory over Northern Illinois and picked up assist in 3-0 win over Hofstra.
O'Brian White (Connecticut)
Jamaican senior assisted on winner in 1-0 win over Louisville and scored winner in 2-1 win over Cincinnati.



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