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Soccer America Men's Team of the Week
October 18th, 2012 7:33AM
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[AWARDS: Week 8]Georgetown's Steve Neumann, who had game-winning goals in wins over Lehigh and previously unbeaten Marquette, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week for games played through Oct. 14. For the Soccer America Team of the Week ...

Goalkeepers
Tyler Miller (Northwestern), Soph.
Made nine saves in victories over ranked Notre Dame (2-1) and Ohio State (1-0).

Defenders
Andrew Farrell (Louisville), Jr.
Held off Indiana in 0-0 tie and anchored defense in 1-0 win over St. John's.
Ben Hunt (UCF), Sr.
Anchored UCF defense in 0-0 tie with Stetson and 1-0 victory over ranked SMU.

Midfielders
Jose Gomez (Creighton), Sr.
Had goal and assist in 3-0 victory at Central Arkansas and assisted on all three Bluejay goals in 3-2 victory at Princeton.
Steve Neumann (Georgetown), Jr.
Scored game-winning goal in 2-0 win against Lehigh and scored game-winner and assisted on first goal in 2-1 win over previously unbeaten Marquette.
Nathan Page (Drexel), Jr.
Scored both game-winning goals in 1-0 CAA road victories over George Mason and Towson.

Forwards
Pete Caringi III (UMBC), Jr.
Smashed career highs with three goals and two assists in 5-1 victory over Boston University.
Carlos Dominguez Gonzalez (Wofford), Soph.
Scored hat trick, matching school record, and added assist in 4-3 overtime win over Elon.
Robbie Kristo (Saint Louis), Soph.
Scored game-winners in pair of come-from-behind victories with golden goal against VCU (3-2) and goal in 86th minute over Richmond (2-1).
Rob Lovejoy (North Carolina), Jr.
Made most of season debut after missing 12 games of season after offseason surgery with hat trick against College of Charleston (3-0).
Nate Sackeyfio (Washington), Jr.
Scored first two goals in wins over ranked UCLA (2-1) and Stanford (2-0).



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