COLLEGE MEN: Soccer America Team of the Week (Week 9: Oct. 21-27)


Mark Muleady (San Francisco), Soph. (1)

Records 18 saves to lead the WCC leader to a pair of 2-0 wins on the road against Gonzaga and No. 12 Portland.


Jeff Curtin (Georgetown), Fr. (1)

Scores two goals in Hoyas' 3-2 win over No. 11 Notre Dame -- his first goal gives the Hoyas a 1-0 lead and penalty kick with 24 seconds left decides the game.

Joe Lampert (Charlotte), Jr. (1)

Helps the 49ers to shutouts of ACC foes N.C. State (2-0) and Duke (1-0) at the Big Four Classic.

Troy Roberts (California), Soph. (1)

Scores the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over No. 8 Stanford for the Bears' first win over the Cardinal in six years.


Firas Al-Samarraie (Marshall), Soph. (1)

Provides a spark off the bench (goal, assist and cross deflected into opposition goal for an own goal) to help Marshall score four goals in 15 minutes to overcome a 5-2 deficit for a 6-5 victory over Northern Illinois.

Ricardo Clark (Furman), Soph. (1)

Scores game's only goal at the 24:58 mark to give the Paladins a 1-0 win at No. 9 South Carolina in front of 2,822 fans.

Stephen Kroculick (Penn), Soph. (1)

Records the game-winner, his third of the season, in a 2-1 win over Yale for the Quakers' fourth straight win in Ivy League play that moves them into Top 25.


Bobby Lish (Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Jr. (1)

Has a record-setting performance in the Panthers' 7-0 win over Cleveland State, tying Horizon League record with five assists. Also scores against Cleveland State and has goal and an assist in 5-0 win over Wisconsin-Green Bay.

Julian Nash (Creighton), Soph. (1)

Snaps scoring slump with the game-winning goals in the Jays' 4-1 win at Eastern Illinois and 2-1 win at No. 18 Bradley.

Adam Wallace (Vermont), Sr. (1)

Provides all the scoring in 4-2 win over Hartford to become the first Catamount since 1976 and only the second ever to score four goals in a game.

Brent Whitfield (Cal State Fullerton), Jr. (1)

Scores the game-tying goal to trigger Titans' 2-1 comeback win over No. 3 Indiana.

* Number of selections to SA Team of the Week in parentheses.

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