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AWARDS: Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
September 30th, 2008 2:15PM
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Austin da Luz, who played a key role off the bench in Wake Forest's 4-2 win over Maryland in the battle of No. 1 and No. 3 teams, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week. For all the Men's Team of the Week selections for games played Sept. 22-28 ...

GOALKEEPERS
Kristopher Minton (UC Santa Barbara)
Freshman made four saves -- including crucial stop on first-half breakaway -- in 2-1 win at Indiana.
Misha Rosenthal (Northwestern)
Junior stopped three shots in 1-0 win over Ohio State and set school record with eighth shutout of the season.

DEFENDERS
Rhett Bernstein (Brown)
Senior scored pair of game-winning goals, leading Bears past ranked Boston College (1-0) and UNC Greensboro (3-0).
Yohance Marshall (South Florida)
Trinidadian senior anchored defense in 1-0 home wins against both Pittsburgh and West Virginia.

MIDFIELDERS
Austin Berry (Louisville)
Sophomore scored equalizer in 1-1 draw with Marquette, then headed gamewinner in 2-1 overtime win over Notre Dame.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK-Austin da Luz (Wake Forest)
Junior came off the bench and scored a goal and added an assist in 4-2 victory at then-No. 3 Maryland.
Baggio Husidic (UIC)
Bosnian junior scored twice in 5-0 victory over Cleveland State, then assisted on two more in 2-0 win over Detroit.
Drew Jeskey (Northern Illinois)
Senior scored twice off headers to erase 1-0 deficit in 4-2 win over Florida Atlantic.

FORWARDS
Doug DeMartin (Michigan State)
Senior one goal and assist in 6-0 win over Western Michigan and posted his second career hat trick in 4-3 win over Penn State.
Chris Salvaggione (Charlotte)
Senior scored only goal in 1-0 win over UNC Greensboro and hit golden goal to defeat Elon, 2-1.
Jeovahnni Sanchez (Tulsa)
Sophomore scored game-winning goal in 4-1 upset victory at SMU.



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