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Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
September 26th, 2012 12:51AM

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[AWARDS: Week 5] Senior midfielder Carlos Alvarez, who had two goals and two assists in a pair of wins for No. 2 Connecticut, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week for games played through Sept. 23. For the Soccer America Team of the Week ...

Goalkeepers
Justin Marshall (Xavier), Sr.
Picked up two shutout wins against IPFW (2-0) and Missouri State (1-0) for unbeaten Musketeers.

Defenders
Andrew Farrell (Louisville), Jr.
Had assist in 4-0 win over Ohio State and goal in 2-1 win over Notre Dame and anchored defense that allowed just three shots on goal in each game.
Raymond Lee (Saint Louis), Soph.
Scored twice, including eventual game winner, in 3-1 victory over Creighton.

Midfielders

Carlos Alvarez (Connecticut), Sr.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Notched assist in 2-0 victory over Boston College and followed that up with two goals and assist in 3-0 win over ranked St. John’s.
Milo Kapor (UMBC), Sr.
Set up both goals in 2-0 win over Loyola (Md.), then had goal from penalty spot and assist in 2-1 win over George Washington.
Michele Pataia (Drexel), Sr.
Scored first goal and insurance goal early in second half to lead Drexel to a 4-1 victory over ranked Old Dominion.

Forwards
Stephen Baker (Penn), Jr.
Scored in 3-2 win over Fairleigh Dickinson and added four goals and assist in 7-2 win over Rider.
Joseph Greenspan (Navy), Soph.
Assisted on both of goals in 2-1 victory over ranked George Mason and had Navy's first hat trick since 2007 with three-goal effort in 4-2 victory over Lafayette.
Daniel Haber (Cornell), Jr.

Had two goals and assist in 5-0 victory over Binghamton and scored two goals in four minutes to lead a 3-2 comeback win over St. Joseph's.
Chris Thomas (Elon), Sr.
Scored all four goals, helping the Phoenix to 2-1 overtime win over William & Mary and 2-0 victory over 2011 national runner-up Charlotte.
Emery Welshman (Oregon State), Sr.
Scored Beavers’ first hat trick in four years and added assist in 6-1 win over UW-Green Bay and scored golden goal in 102nd minute to break scoreless tie with UC Irvine at Hensor/Zaher Nike Classic.
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