AWARDS: Soccer America Men's Team of the Week

Michael Brooks, who scored four goals in leading Clemson in a 5-3 victory over ranked Maryland, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week. For all the Men's Team of the Week selections for games played Sept. 29-Oct. 5 ...

GOALKEEPERS
Jeremy Coupe (San Francisco)
Senior led the Dons to a Pacific Northwest sweep at Gonzaga and Portland (both 1-0 wins) to open the 2008 WCC campaign.

DEFENDERS
Michael Coburn (Memphis)
Irish senior was moved to center midfielder at the end of the first half and sparked Tiger rally, scoring winning goal himself in 2-1 win over SMU.
Chris Schuler (Creighton)
Junior moved back to center back and helped limit Cal State Northridge to six shots in 1-0 win and
helped slow Saint Louis attack in 0-0 draw.

MIDFIELDERS
Don Johnson (Albany)
Senior scored two goals in 3-0 victory at Boston University that improved Albany's record to 7-2-0.
Brian Perez (UMKC)
Junior had hat trick in UMKC's 4-3 upset of ranked Drake.
Alex Silva (West Virginia)
Brazilian freshman knocked in first collegiate goal in 1-0 victory at Connecticut.

FORWARDS
Cody Arnoux (Wake Forest)
Junior recorded first hat trick of his career, scoring three goals within 10 minutes late in the second half of 8-2 win over Virginia tech.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK-Michael Brooks (Clemson)
Senior scored four goals and had one assist in leading Clemson in a 5-3 upset win over ranked Maryland.
Collin Rolfe (Louisville)
Freshman had a hand in both goals, scoring equalizer on header and setting up game-winner in 2-1 upset over St. John's.
Jake Stacy (Michigan)
Senior led Wolverines to one of the best weeks in program history with goals in 3-1 win over Notre Dame and 1-0 victory at Indiana.
Steve Zakuani (Akron)

English sophomore scored three goals in 4-0 win at Northern Illinois in a battle of rnamed MAC teams.

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