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Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
October 13th, 2009 7AM

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[COLLEGE]  Ronnie Bouemboue, whose goal in the 110th minute gave N.C. State a 1-0 win at Duke, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week for games played Oct. 5-11. For the Soccer America Men's Team of the Week ...

GOALKEEPER
Alex Riggs (Missouri State), Jr.
Recorded back-to-back shutouts against Missouri Valley foes Creighton (0-0) and Bradley (1-0) with season-high nine saves at Bradley.

DEFENDERS
Phil Edginton (Louisville), Sr.
New Zealander helped lead Cardinals to shutout wins over ranked South Florida (1-0) and Syracuse (4-0).
Tim Ream (Saint Louis), Sr.
Had lone goal in 1-0 win against Richmond and scored twice in 4-1 victory over George Washington.
Bobby Warshaw (Stanford), Jr.
Scored early on free kick in 1-0 win over Oregon State and headed in lone Cardinal goal in 1-1 draw with Washington.

MIDFIELDERS
Irving Garcia (UC Irvine), Sr.
Scored both goals in 2-1 overtime road win over New Mexico and added goal and assist in 3-0 road win over Big West foe Cal State Northridge.
Marco Mangione (Towson), Jr.
Converted penalty kick in 2-1 win over George Mason and scored both goals in 2-1 victory over Old Dominion.

FORWARDS
Chris Banks (New Hampshire), Sr.
Led UNH to consecutive road wins with winning goal at ranked Boston University (2-1) and first goal in 2-0 win at UMBC.
Ronnie Bouemboue (N.C. State), Sr.
Congolese scored goal with 49 seconds left to play in overtime to give Wolfpack a 1-0 win over ACC rival Duke.
Boris Gatzky (Butler), Sr.
German assisted on both goals in 2-1 overtime triumph against Indiana and scored first goal and assisted on winner in 2-1 victory over Valparaiso.
Yannick Pilgrim (Davidson), Jr.
Trinidadian scored twice in Wildcats' 4-1 win over ranked Duke.
Steffen Vroom (DePaul), Sr.
Scored two game-winning goals to lead DePaul to 2-1 overtime victory at Cincinnati and 1-0 home win against Rutgers.

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