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Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
September 28th, 2011 3:29AM

TAGS:  college men


[AWARDS] Senior Ethan Finlay, who had two goals and an assist for Creighton in its seventh and eighth wins of the season, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week for games played Sept. 19-25. For Soccer America's Week 5 Team of the Week ...

Soccer America Men's Team of the Week (Sept. 19-25)
GK Andre Blake (Connecticut), Fr.
Recorded back-to-back 2-0 shutouts over ranked teams Boston College and St. John’s, finishing week with nine saves and extending shutout streak to almost 569 minutes.
F Will Bates (Virginia), Jr.
Scored four goals, one shy of school record, in first 20 minutes as Virginia hold off Radford 4-3.
F Juan Castillo (SMU), Soph.
Slotted home game-winner against UCLA (2-1) and assisted on the lone goal against Cal State Northridge (1-0).
D Jordie Ciuffetelli (Lehigh), Sr.
Assisted on golden goal that lifted Lehigh to 1-0 victory at Bucknell after having twice cleared balls off goal line.
F Ethan Finlay (Creighton), Sr.

Assisted  on game-winning goal and added second goal in 2-0 win over Kentucky, then scored lone goal in 1-0 win over Saint Mary's.
F Roberto Gimenez (Delaware), Soph.
Scored game-winning goal in 89th minute to lift Blue Hens to 1-0 victory over Georgia State that gave them their best start (6-0-1) since 1985.
M Adam Jahn (Stanford), Jr.
Headed in game-winning goal to give Stanford 1-0 win over Harvard, then assisted on first goal in 2-1 win over Vermont.
D Greg Klazura (Notre Dame), Sr.
Key part of Irish defense that shut out ranked Louisville, 1-0, to extend scoreless streak to 270-plus minutes.
F Darren Mattocks (Akron), Soph.
Recorded second hat trick of career in leading Zips to 3-0 victory at Tulsa.
M Luis Silva (UC Santa Barbara), Sr.
Scored a hat trick to lead Gauchos past San Diego 3-0 before more than 13,000 fans.
F Gyasi Zardes (Cal State Bakersfield), Soph.
Posted third hat trick of year in 4-1 win over Gonzaga at the Oregon State Hensor/Zaher Nike Classic.

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