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AWARDS: Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
November 18th, 2008 8AM
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Kwame Adjeman-Pamboe, who led streaking George Mason to the CAA title, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week. For all the Soccer America Men's Team of the Week selections for games played Nov. 10-16 ...

GOALKEEPERS
Ken Cooper (UMKC)
Sophomore made 16 saves in two overtime matches for the Kangaroos, and stopped shot during shootout to give the Roos Summit title over Oakland.

DEFENDERS
Joe Burnett (UNC Greensboro)
Senior anchored backline for UNCG, which gave up only one goal in 200 minutes en route to Southern Conference title.
Yohance Marshall (South Florida)

Trinidad & Tobago senior led Bulls to Big East title with overtime win over St. John's (1-0).

MIDFIELDERS
Rafael Macedo (UC Irvine)
Senior scored twice in 4-2 win over UC Santa Barbara in Big West final.
Ramak Niakan Safi (Jacksonville)
Senior scored two goals, including the game-winning goal in the 89th minute, to lead the Dolphins past Campbell, 4-3, in Atlantic Sun final.
Michael Stephens (UCLA)
Junior tied Bruins record with four assists -- on first four goals -- in 6-1 win over San Diego State.

FORWARDS
PLAYER OF THE WEEK-Kwame Adjeman-Pamboe (George Mason)
Senior scored in all three wins at CAA Tournament -- once against Hofstra (5-0) and Northeastern (1-0) and twice against William & Mary (5-3).
Doug DeMartin, Michigan State
Senior scored both goals in 1-0 wins over Northwestern and Indiana at Big Ten Tournament.
Samson Malijani, Fairleigh Dickinson (MVP)
Zambian scored in 2-0 win over Quinnipiac and three goals and an assist in 7-2 win over Mount St. Mary's in Northeast Tournament.
Jin Oh (Boston University)
Guam senior scored for Terriers in 2-1 win over Vermont and 1-0 win over Binghamton at America East Tournament.
Loukas Tasigianis (Penn)
Sophomore was hero in a 1-0 overtime win against Harvard with the game-winner in the 95th minute that gave Penn a share of the Ivy League title.



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