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Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
September 21st, 2011 1:46AM
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[AWARDS] Chandler Hoffman, who scored a hat trick in the second half to lead UCLA to a 3-2 win over UC Santa Barbara, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week for games played Sept. 12-18. For Soccer America's Week 4 Team of the Week ...

Soccer America Men's Team of the Week (Sept. 12-18)
GK Dave Ramada (Vermont), Jr.
Recorded back-to-back 1-0 shutout victories over Siena and Harvard, making seven saves and lowering goals-againstaverage to 0.17.
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M Phillip Aseweh (Liberty), Jr.
Scored insurance goal in 2-0 upset win at Virginia, then scored two goals and assisted on third in 4-0 win over Howard.
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M Kingsley Bryce (Saint Louis), Jr.
Notched both goals in a 2-1 victory at ranked South Florida at USF for  Billikens'' second win over ranked opponent.
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M Tyler Gibson (Charlotte), Soph.
Led Charlotte to a 2-1 overtime victory at Virginia, scoring tying goal with only 25 seconds left in regulation on penalty kick, then assisting on game-winning goal just 42 seconds into overtime.
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PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
F Chandler Hoffman (UCLA), Jr.

Produced a hat trick in the second half to hand ranked UC Santa Barbara a 3-2 loss, its first of the season.
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F Erik Hurtado (Santa Clara), Jr.
Assisted on equalizer, then scored go-ahead goal prior to halftime to propel Broncos to 4-2 victory over ranked California.
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D Mladen Lemez (UAB), Jr.
Scored first goal in 2-1 overtime win over VCU, then scored game-tying goal in 86th minute and game-winning tally in 96th minute to lift Blazers to 2-1 comeback victory over Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
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F Taylor Morgan (George Mason), Jr.
Scored in 1-1 draw against UCF, then had game-winning goal on penalty kick in 2-1 win over Cal State Fullerton, another ranked team.
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F Tyler Riggs (Kentucky), Jr.
Drilled two goals in 5-1 win over Brown after scoring in 2-1 victory over High Point.
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F Jesse Sharp (Evansville), Jr.
Grand Prairie Classic MVP set up both goals in 2-1 win over Memphis after scoring one goal and setting up another in 4-0 win over Loyola, Ill.
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F Andrew Wenger (Duke), Jr.
Scored first career hat trick and added assist to lead Blue Devils to 5-2 win over Clemson.



2 comments
  1. Matt Mattison
    commented on: September 21, 2011 at 10:56 a.m.
    With all respect to the above named, it's really too bad SA can't do a better job in reviewing notable defensive performances. It appears the only selection criteria is who scored goals, including the defender named this week. Last time I looked, the game was played with a least three defenders and IMHO there should be at least three named each week. If SA can't find three notable defensive performances each week, the IMHO these weekly accolades are superficial at best and produced more to meet a deadline than to actually do the due diligence required to make a list like this more meaningful.
  1. Mary Galbraith
    commented on: September 21, 2011 at 12:05 p.m.
    Hear hear, Matt! Last week's Team of the Week would have formed a 1-4-5, as I recall, and this week it's 1-3-6. Probably should be called goalscorers of the week rather than team of the week.

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