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Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
October 27th, 2009 7AM
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[COLLEGE] Freshman Carlos Alvarez, who assisted on two goals in each of a pair of Connecticut road wins over Yale (2-0) and Seton Hall (3-1), is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week for games played Oct. 19-25. For the Soccer America Men's Team of the Week ...

GOALKEEPER
Sam Hayden (UC Santa Barbara), Jr.
Made five saves, one short of career high, in 2-0 win over Cal State Fullerton that gave him six shutouts in last seven games.

DEFENDERS
Jonathan Kosko (Florida Gulf Coast), Jr.
Scored game-winning goals in 2-1 win over Mercer (shot from 30 yards) and 4-0 victory over Campbell (penalty kick) that moved Eagles into Atlantic-Sun lead.
Ryan Rosenbaum (SMU), Fr.
Scored a 95-yard goal, which ended up being the eventual game-winner, in 3-2 upset of ranked Tulsa.

MIDFIELDERS
Carlos Alvarez (Connecticut), Fr.
Assisted on two goals in each of a pair of road wins, 2-0 over Yale and 3-1 over Seton Hall.
Darlington Nagbe (Akron), Soph.
Had three goals and assist in 5-1 rout of Michigan.

FORWARDS
Matt Eliason (Northwestern), Jr.
Posted game-winners as Wildcats notched home wins over Loyola, Ill. (1-0) and Indiana (2-0).
Antoine Hoppenot (Princeton), Soph.
Led Tigers with goal in 3-0 shutout over Colgate and both goals in 2-1 victory over ranked Harvard.
Daniel Moir (St. Francis, Pa.), Sr.
New Zealander had goal and assist in 2-0 win over Monmouth that ended Hawks' unbeaten streak at 14 games.
Colin Rolfe (Louisville), Soph.
Scored two goals for his first multiple-goal game in 4-0 victory over Indiana and added goal in 2-0 win over Rutgers.
Zack Schilawski (Wake Forest), Sr.
Scored twice in 3-0 win over South Carolina and converted penalty kick in 1-0 victory over defending national champion Maryland.
David Zamora (Cal Poly), Jr.
Scores hat trick in six minutes midway through second half to give Mustangs 3-1 win over Cal State Northridge.

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