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Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
by Paul Kennedy, October 6th, 2009 7AM
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[COLLEGE] Senior Kyle Nakazawa, who scored twice on free kicks, added a third goal and had an assist in a pair of Pac-10 road games for UCLA, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week for games played Sept. 28-Oct. 4. For the Soccer America Men's Team of the Week ...

GOALKEEPER
Sean Kelley (George Mason), Sr.
Recorded pair of shutouts to lead Patriots to victories over Maryland (six saves in 2-0 win) and CAA foe William & Mary (four saves in 1-0 win).

DEFENDERS
Tyler Lassiter (N.C. State), Jr.
Scored both goals, the first from penalty spot and the second in overtime, in 2-1 ACC win over Boston College.
Javed Mohammed (South Florida), Jr.
Trinidadian had assists on both in 2-0 victory over Big East rival Cincinnati.

MIDFIELDERS
Samuel Appiah (Boston Univ.), Sr.
Ghanaian scored goal and assist in 3-3 tie at Brown and added two goals in 3-0 win over Stony Brook.
Kyle Nakazawa (UCLA), Sr.
Scored two goals, one on free kick, and added assist in 3-1 win at Oregon State and added another goal in free kick in 1-1 tie at Washington.
Ivan Stanisavljevic (UIC), Fr.
Serbian converted penalty kick in 3-0 win over Wisconsin and added hat trick in 3-1 victory over Wright State.

FORWARDS
Nathan Finlay (Creighton), Soph.
Directed header into goal for winner in 1-0 victory over Bradley and netted equalizer in 2-1 victory over Evansville.
Ryan Finley (Duke), Fr.
Scored header in 2-1 win over Elon and winning goal in 2-0 win over Maryland.
Marty Galvin (Vermont), Sr.
Played part in all the scoring -- two goals and assist -- in 3-1 win over previously unbeaten UMBC.
Evan James (Charlotte) Soph.
Canadian notched first goal and assisted on game-winner to help 49ers upset Wake Forest, 3-1.
Zack Schilawski (Wake Forest), Sr.
Scored first hat trick and added assist in 5-1 win over Virginia Tech.

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