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Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
September 5th, 2012 4:25PM

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[AWARDS; Week 2] Freshman Brandon Allen, a product of the New York Red Bulls academy, had quite a week for Georgetown, scoring three goals -- all gamewinners -- in Hoya wins over FGCU (1-0), Cal State Northridge (1-0) and Penn State (3-1) to earn Soccer America Player of the Week honors. For the Soccer America Team of the Week for games played through Sept. 2 ...

WEEK 2: Aug. 27-Sept. 2
Goalkeeper
Charlie Lyon (Marquette), Soph.
Posted second and third consecutive shutouts of season, grabbing four saves in 1-0 win against UIC and four more saves in 2-0 victory at Drake.

Defenders
Thomas Allen (Charlotte), Jr.
Scored game-winning goal and limited All-American forward Ashton Bennett to only one shot in 1-0 double overtime victory over ranked Coastal Carolina.

Darren Jones (Western Michigan), Sr.
Scored game-winning goal with free kick from 32 yards in 1-0 victory over against DePaul and had assist in 3-0 win over IPFW.

Midfielders
Gideon Asante (Old Dominion), Jr.
Scored game-winning goal and assisted on insurance goal in 2-0 road victory at UCF.

Alex Martinez (N.C. State), Jr.
Scored one goal and added two assists in 6-0 win over Delaware and  also scored in 2-1 victory over Santa Clara.

Forwards
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brandon Allen (Georgetown), Fr.
Scored three goals -- all gamewinners -- as he led Hoyas to wins over FGCU (1-0), Cal State Northridge (1-0) and Penn State (3-1).
 
Ryan Finley (Notre Dame), Sr.
Scored two goals in 3-2 win over San Diego State and assisted on gamewinner in 2-1 victory over Clemson at adidas/IU Credit Union Classic.

Bryce Follensbee (Tulsa), Fr.
Scored golden goal as Hurricane ended New Mexico's 23-game unbeaten streak with 2-1 overtime win.

David Geno (ETSU), Jr.
Scored two goals with an assist in 3-1 victory over UNC Greensboro, then posted golden goal in 1-0 triumph over UAB.

Daniel Haber (Cornell), Jr.
Scored three goals, including both goals in 2-0 win at Loyola Marymount and 2-1 victory over Cal State Fullerton.

Luke Spencer (Xavier), Sr.
Earned third career two-goal game and helped Xavier beat Wright State (2-1) and scored in torrential rain to give Musketeers early advantage against Cincinnati (2-1).
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