Soccer America Men's Team of the Week

Defender Nick Schuermann, whose hat trick gave Wofford a 4-3 win at Furman that clinched the Terriers' first Southern Conference regular-season title, is the Soccer America Men's Player of the Week for games played Nov. 2-8. For the Soccer America Men's Team of the Week ...

GOALKEEPER
Dan Williams (Kentucky), Sr.
Had two shutouts with 1-0 win over SMU to clinch a berth in Conference-USA Tournament and followed that with 2-0 win over High Point.

DEFENDERS
Johannes Demarzi (Missouri State), Sr.
Recorded 10th assist of season on goal in 1-0 win over Evansville that clinched Missouri Valle title.
Nick Schuermann (Wofford), Sr.
Scored hat trick in 4-3 win at Furman that clinched Terriers' first Southern Conference regular-season title.
David Tiemstra (Ohio State), Soph.

Had lone goal in 1-0 win over Michigan that gave Buckeyes first outright Big Ten regular-season title.
Dwayne Williams (Rhode Island) Jr.
Jamaican had game-winning goals in wins at George Washington (4-1) and at Richmond (2-0).

MIDFIELDERS
Alex Chi (Harvard) Sr.
Buried shot off cross for golden goal in 2-1 win over Columbia that kept Harvard in sole possession of first place in Ivy League.
Matt Marcin (Providence), Jr.
Led Providence to pair of wins in Big East Tournament with game-winning goal in 2-1 win over Villanova and lone goal in 1-0 victory at top-seed Connecticut.

FORWARDS
Joe Anderson (Coastal Carolina), Jr.
Connected on bicycle kick in 3-1 win over Winthrop and scored two goals, including game-winning goal, in 3-1 win over Radford to claim Big South regular-season championship.
Jeff Popella (Dayton), Sr.
Scored four goals, including both game-winners, in wins over Xavier (4-0) and St. Bonaventure (2-1) that clinched Atlantic-10 regular-season title.
Dominic Reinold (Fairleigh Dickinson), Fr.
German had all three goals in 3-1 victory against St. Francis (N.Y.) and insurance goal in 2-0 win over Sacred Heart.
Billy Schuler (North Carolina), Soph.
Scored unassisted goals in 2-1 victory over Elon and broke tie with unassisted goal in 3-1 win over Clemson that gave Tar Heels a share of ACC title.

Get the latest college news Monday-Friday in Soccer America's College Soccer Reporter.

Next story loading loading..