2021-22 Men's Soccer Players of the Week

2021-22 Men's Soccer Players of the Week

Players of the week are evaluated on their performance during the week prior to the announcement. Each player is selected out of a pool of conference and Continental Athletic Conference (Independents) award winners.


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Week 1 (August 31, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Rodrigo De Castro, McPherson (Kan.)

    Rodrigo had a great start to his senior campaign for the Bulldogs. He helped the team to a pair of wins, including a win over #21 Briar Cliff in the opener. He was credited with the game-winning goal in both games. His first of two goals against Doane on Sunday sparked the Bulldog offense, and led to an offensive explosion for the Bulldogs, leading to a 6-0 rout.

Nominees: Higor Barbieri, Huntington (Ind.); Rodrigo Jimenez, Montreat (N.C.); Juan Ruiz Cabello, William Carey (Miss.); Joao Pedro Giraldez Franco, Louisiana College; Guido Cacciabue, St. Thomas (Fla.); Mason Gonzalez, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Andrew Robles, Vanguard (Calif.); Leon Eisert, Lourdes (Ohio); Oumar Sissoko, Bellevue (Wash.); Yu Sasaki, Mount Mercy (Iowa); Moritz Sarfert, Point Park (Penn.); Hadriel Mazega, Williams Baptist (Ark.); Gabriel Trevisan, Judson (Ill.); Juan Mackrey, Northwestern (Iowa); Tyler Watson, Cumberland (Ky.); Caio Pereira, College of Idaho

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Michael Garrihy, Tennessee Wesleyan 

    In the two big games this week, Garrihy was superb. In the upset win against #11 Dalton State, his true freshman debut, Garrihy had four saves in the net while posting a shutout. In the double OT draw against #6 the University of the Cumberlands, the goal scored with less than two minutes left in the first half, a deflection off his own defensive player landing at the opponent's feet inside the box was the only goal given up.

Nominees: Tom Baynard-Smith, Lyon (Ark.); Jaume Salvado, Indiana Tech; Santiago Esparza, Southwestern Christian (Tex.); Alvaro Capra, Bellevue (Wash.); Nicklas Rulle, Cumberland (Tenn.); Baptiste Fousse, Brescia University (Ky.); Nick Kilian, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.); James Choi, Vanguard (Calif.); Liam Kalhagen, Southern Oregon; Joshua Dunn, Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio); Ezekiel Foltz, Northwestern (Iowa), Felipe Godoy, Keiser (Fla.); Miguel Barbosa, William Penn (Iowa); Reece Harrison, William Carey (Miss.); Colby Swift, McPherson (Kan.); Martin Hernandez, Louisiana College

 

Week 2 (September 7, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Luke Persenico, Clarke (Iowa)

    Persenico recorded a pair of hat tricks in the two Pride wins on the week. The freshman now leads the team with seven goals on the season, six of which were scored over the two games this week in CU wins. 

Nominees: Tommaso Belli, Oklahoma City; Pavel Dashin, Reinhardt (ga.); Eduardo Venutolo, Southeastern (Fla.); Mamadou Diarra, Southwestern (Kan.); Arthur Proost, Oregon Tech; Adrian Amoros Navarro, Louisiana College; Bryce Schaner, Concordia (Mich.); Miguel Tizapa, Tennessee Southern; Thayrone Cazeca, Williams Baptist (Ark.); Sam Coxon, Brescia (Ky.); Alejo Binaghi, Mobile (Ala.); Angel Flores, Hope International (Calif.); Peter Ruiz, Fisher (Mass.); Danny Baca, Briar Cliff (Iowa); Luis Germano, Judson (Ill.)

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Kian Bensend, The Master's (Calif.)

    Bensend picked up two shutouts on the week, coming up with a huge top-hand save at full extension to preserve a 1-0 victory over Eastern Oregon on Thursday. This week, he averaged three saves per game and has a save percentage of .750 on the 20 shots he as faced this season.

Nominees: Franco Acerbi, St. Thomas (Fla.); Toby Millward, Bellevue (Neb.); Jamair Stewart, Brewton-Parker (Ga.); Enzo Carvalho, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.); Pedro Moreira, Union (Ky.); Bosco Pery, Lyon (Ark.); Theren Handlon, Georgetown (Ky.); Jaume Salvado, Indiana Tech; Joel Witts, Oregon Tech; Lucas Rivera Paramio, WVU Tech; Derrick Hayes, Southwestern (Kan.); Dejue Johnson, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Valeriu Tarlev, LSU Alexandria (La.); Bjarne Huth, Morningside (Iowa); Brandon Gorka, Judson (Ill.)

 

Week 3 (September 14, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Gyorgy Kamaras, Baker (Kan.)

    Gyorgy had a strong week for Baker, picking up two goals against Rio Grande (2-1 victory) and one goal against Oklahoma Wesleyan (3-2 win) as the Wildcats defeated No. 24 and No. 2 on the week. In just three games this season, Kamaras now has five goals including the game winner against URG this week. 

Nominees: Juan Ruiz Cabello, William Carey (Miss.); Mateo Fernandez Sassoni, Webber International (Fla.); Rodrigo Albuquerque, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Andre Sabino, Bethel (Ind.); Moritz Lusch, Morningside (Iowa); Joey Spotanski, Columbia (Mo.); Elliot Misic, Northwest (Was.); Karim Tmimi, Georgia Gwinnett; Luis Germano, Judson (Ill.); Farouk Amoo, Lourdes (Ohio); Unaiz Shajani, Midway (Ky.); Tom Cohen, OUAZ (Ariz.); Kevin de Lange, Shawnee State (Ohio); Randy Martinez, Marymount California; Alvaro Tudanca, Louisiana College; Carlos Hernandez, Montreat (N.C.); Osvaldo Reyes, Saint Mary (Kan.)

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Norberto Lima Vieira, Bethel (Tenn.)

    Norberto was sensational versus CBU (NCAA DII) recording ten saves in BU's 1-0 victory. The junior goalkeeper from San Paulo, Brazil was victorious in his lone game this week between the posts. Bethel was 2-0 on the week - also claiming the victory against Texas A&M Texarkana by a 3-0 score. 

Nominees: Rijad Osmankovic, Baker (Kan.); Alessandro Benedetti, St. Andrews (N.C.); Anton Richard, Florida College; Liam Gibbs, Columbia (Mo.); Cameron Power, University of Northwestern Ohio; James Averies, LSU Shreveport; Fabio Hasler, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.); Joshua Golka, UC Merced (Calif.); Lucas Rivera Paramio, WVU Tech, Angel Ramirez, OUAZ (Ariz.); Juan Pablo, Bethany (Kan.); Emanuele Grumo, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Matteo Conci, Grace (Ind.); Alex Hamer, Jamestown (N.D.); Carlos Curado, Southeastern (Fla.); Sacha Vandersteene, William Carey (Miss.); Kyle Sanchez, Oregon Tech

 

Week 4 (September 21, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Angel Flores, Hope International (Calif.)

    Angel Flores scored six goals in the Royals two games this week. Flores scored two, including the OT golden goal to give the Royals the win over (RV) UC Merced, and accomplished a super hat trick (4 goals) against Marymount. Flores ranks second nationally in goals this season (11) and third nationally in points this season (22). 

Nominees: Javier Morejon, Brescia (Ken.); Djougher Oliveira, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.); Jeronimo Leguizamon, Point (Ga.); Juan Zamora, Friends (Kan.); Josh Gaeng, Ave Maria (Fla.); Rodrigo Albuquerque, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Brandon Burton, Missouri Baptist; Oumar Sissoko, Bellevue (Neb.); Max Jasper, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.); David Green, Marian (ind.); Kam Stanley, Cumberland (Tenn.); Lukas Goetz, Hastings (Neb.); Adrian Miling, Lawrence Tech (Mich.); Rory Bloy, Carroll (Mont.); Abdoul Karim Pare, LSU Shreveport; Alessandro Salvadego, Central Methodist (Mo.); Alejo Binaghi, Mobile (Ala.)

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Ezekiel Foltz, Northwestern (Iowa) 

    In two matches this past week, Foltz guided the (RV) Raiders to a 1-0-1 record and started GPAC play with a 2-0 win over Briar Cliff on Saturday, both being shutouts. In the two matches, the junior keeper notched 16 saves. On Saturday, against Briar Cliff, he had an incredible save on a Charger penalty kick that kept the Chargers off the board and propelled the Raiders to their 2-0 victory.

Nominees: Butch Hampton, Science & Arts (Okla.); James Choi, Vanguard (Calif.); Julio Gomes, Point (Ga.); Nathan Sharrett, Indiana Wesleyan; Jaume Salvado, Indiana Tech; Juan Pablo, Bethany (Kan.); Matthew Wallace, Georgia Gwinnett; Theren Handlon, Georgetown (Ky.); Alexis Calderilla-Hurtado, Warner Pacific (Ore.); Luke Craigie, Louisiana College; Hunter Caudill, Midway (Ky.); Rhys Lawlor, Ave Maria (Fla.); Aleksa Dorovic, Faulkner (Ala.); Ben Faherty, William Woods (Mo.); Ricky Rosas, UC Merced; Fernando Contreras, Clarke (Iowa)

 

Week 5 (September 28, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Arturo Bahena, Warner Pacific (Ore.)

    Arturo continued his offensive showcase this weekend with 4 goals against Walla Walla, and another 2 goals and an assist against Carroll College. In both games, he had the GW goals to secure another 2-0 conference weekend for WPU. He raised his goal count for the season to 10 with an average of 1.25 goals per game, and jumped four spots to become the conference leader in goals and points.

Nominees: Tom Preston, Missouri Valley; Bryan Villalobos, Marymount California; Ricardo Benini, Harris-Stowe State (Miss.); James Bolger, Northwestern (Iowa); Mateo Canales, Houston-Victoria (Tex.); Sebastian Bocaz Canales, Georgetown (Ky.); Jett Carter, Milligan (Tenn.); Martin Esquivel, Governors State (Ill.); Johan Godoy, Florida Memorial; German Lopez, Arizona Christian; Andres Gonzalez Maza, Bethel (Ind.); Bence Molnar, Ottawa (Kan.); Travis Newman, Rochester (Mich.); Daniel Perez, Blue Mountain (Miss.); Jack Price, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Aidan Radford, Viterbo (Wis.)

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Colton Rothwell, Bethel (Kan.) 

    Rothwell earned two clean sheets last week for the Threshers as they would defeat both Avila and Bethany 3-0. Colton would record 8 total saves between the two contests while earning both wins. Rothwell has held steady on the line during the Threshers five-game winning streak and has not allowed a goal in his last 282 minutes.

Nominees: Andres Arce, Arizona Christian; Adam Dempsey, Lincoln (Ill.); Ezekiel Foltz, Northwestern (Iowa); Gabriel Burgos, Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio); Liam Kalhagen, Southern Oregon; Daniel Merino, Rio Grande (Ohio); Bryan Palpallatoc, Soka (Calif.); Felix Shafer, Grand View (Iowa); Michael Garrihy, Tennessee Wesleyan; Keelin Garrity, Our Lady of the Lake (tex.); AJ Jarvis, Bellevue (Neb.); Dejue Johnson, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Joshua Kaandorp, Middle Georgia State; Diego Mora, Georgetown (Ky.); Youssou Ouendeno, Madonna (Mich.)

 

Week 6 (October 5, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Isaiah Castillo, Friends (Kan.)

    Castillo continued his torrid offensive season with five goals and two assists to lead the Friends University Falcons to a pair of dominating victories to extend their unbeaten streak to seven games. Castillo's week was highlighted by his first career four-goal effort in the Falcons' 5-1 victory over Bethel College. He also dished out one assist in the win over the Threshers that put his blazing speed on full display in which he gained possession in the Bethel zone and beat the defense coast-to-coast before handing off to Christian Raffinengo for the goal. The Wichita native then added another goal and assist to help the Falcons to a 5-0 win at Bethany College.

Nominees: Nathaniel Onyina Opoku, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Mike Moser, Missouri Valley; Alejo Binaghi, Mobile (Ala.); Rafael Carneiro, Columbia International (S.C.); Thayrone Cazeca, Williams Baptist (Ark.); Sergio Fernandez-Arango, St. Francis (Ill.); Marcos Gicovate, WVU Tech; Colin Horn, Southeastern (Fla.); Sebastian Justiniano, Briar Cliff (Iowa); German Lopez, Arizona Christian; Ryota Nakajima, Madonna (Mich.); Daniel Pinkney, Waldorf (Iowa); Reggie Reyes, Corban (Ore.); Jose Salgado, Pacific Union (Calif.); Matheus Santiago, Bethel (Ind.); Maurice Theart, LSU Shreveport

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Andres Arce, Arizona Christian 

    Andres Arce extended his shutout streak to 322 minutes as the Firestorm opened up GSAC play with two wins. First he recorded four saves and the shutout in the GSAC opener against William Jessup. Then he recorded two saves and and the shutout as the Firestorm also beat Menlo to extend their unbeaten run to nine games. Arce's great run of form has led to his GAA dropping to the second best in the GSAC at 0.66.

Nominees: Giorgos Christodoulou, Trinity Christian (Ill.); Michael Dario, Marymount California; Antoine Bedos, Mobile (Ala.); Hugo Dutour, Oklahoma Panhandle State; Dusan Milosevic, Missouri Valley; Jeremi Campagnolo, Campbellsville (Ky.); Reilly Combs, Oregon Tech; Leandro Faria, Briar Cliff (Iowa); Gabriel Gaiotto, Bellevue (Neb.); Felipe Godoy, Keiser (Fla.); Franklin Joyce, Bethel (Ind.); Daniel Merino, Rio Grande (Ohio); Gael Navarrete, Southwest (Kan.); Bosco Pery, Lyon (Ark.); Antonio Strassioto, Aquinas (Mich.); Colby Swift, McPherson (Kan.)

 

Week 7 (October 12, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Mohamed Ndaliro, Park (Mo.)

    Ndaliro has seven goals on the season with three separate two-goal performances in 2021. Recently two of those games came this past week in the win against No. 10 Baker,5-4, while the other came against William Penn. Ndaliro scored two goals each game and had an assist against Baker as well. His second goal against Baker turned out to be the game-winning goal and his two second half goals allowed Park to tie William Penn 2-2, after going down 2-0 in the first half. In the two games, he had nine shots with four shots on goal.

Nominees: Agustin Vivas, Governors State (Ill.); Jeronimo Leguizamon, Point (Ga.); Miguel Martin, Bethel (Ind.); Jesus Sosa, Oklahoma Panhandle State; Stan van den Beld, Northwestern (Iowa); Guido Cacciabue, St. Thomas (Fla.); Juan Flores, UC Merced (Calif.); Jake Mitchell, Oregon Tech; Gustavo Moses, University of Northwestern Ohio; Jacobo Obradors, Williams Baptist (Ark.); Nathaniel Onyina Opoku, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Abdoul Karim Pare, LSU Shreveport (La.); Justin Riescher, Dalton State (Ga.); Andrew Robles, Vanguard (Calif.); Jaime Rodriguez, Point Park (Penn.); Jacobo Sanfeliu, Sterling (Kan.); Karim Tmimi, Georgia Gwinnett

 

Defensive Player of the Week: Rodrigo Festuccia, Florida National

    Rodrigo had 8 saves and contributed to the shut-out of NAIA #2 Keiser University as Florida National University handed them their first defeat of the season. The junior is from Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Nominees: Nic Fischer, Faulkner (Ala.); Dave Neijenhuis, Tennessee Wesleyan; James Choi, Vanguard (Calif.); Fabian Forisch, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Felix Schafer, Grand View (Iowa); Gian Marco Cordoba, Houston-Victoria(Tex.); Antoine Detavernier, McPherson (Kan.); Liam Gibbs, Columbia (Mo.); Nathan Hart, Cumberlands (Ky.); Jackson Hoosier, Taylor (Ind.); Jared Ireland, Aquinas (Wis.); Marcel Lengert, Northwestern (Iowa); Gabriel MacIntosh, Park- Gilbert (Ariz.); Alexander Marciulonis, Webber International (Fla.); Gavin McLeroy, Evergreen (Wash.); Dawson Swearengen, Governors State (Ill.); Alex Visscher, Indiana East

 

Week 8 (October 19, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Luka Lukic, Oklahoma Wesleyan

    Lukic scored two goals in their victory against seventh-ranked Missouri Valley College. He totaled three goals and assist on the week, including the game-winner against Friends. 

Nominees: Marco Magnoli, Wayland Baptist (Texas); Issei Ito, Madonna (Mich.); Nathaniel Onyina Opoku, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Felipe Gruber, Grace (Ind.); Rodrigo Jimenez, Montreat (N.C.); Stewart Alvayero, Vanguard (Calif.); John Gonzalez, Governors State (Ill.); Billy Nzojyibwami, Central Methodist (Mo.); Nicklaus Sullivan, Park- Gilbert (Ariz.); Gabriel Silva, Rio Grande (Ohio); Keegan Goracke-Johnson, Hastings (Neb.); Juan Ruiz Cabello, William Carey (Miss.); Arturo Bahena, Warner Pacific (Ore.); Luca Malvicini, Keiser (Fla.); Adam Gonzalez, LSU Shreveport; Dan Mondragon, Central Baptist (Mo.); Antonio Capra, Bellevue (Neb.)

Defensive Player of the Week: Joseph Daulby, Union (Ky.)

    Anchored the Bulldog defense that recorded 3 wins and 2 shutouts while allowing only 1 goal ... Union allowed Johnson to fire 2 total shots with 1 on goal ... Truett McConnell had only 2 total shots with 1 on goal ... No. 19 Reinhardt fired 15 total shots but only 4 were on goal ... Daulby scored 2 goals both of which were game-winners (including the win over No. 19 Reinhardt)

Nominees: Harry Nash, William Penn (Iowa); Dario Salzer, Keiser (Fla.); Brandon Watts, Houston-Victoria (Texas); Nic Baigrie, University of Northwestern Ohio; Hunter Birozy, Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.); Nathan Brock, Missouri Baptist (Mo.); James Choi, Vanguard (Calif.); Matteo Conci, Grace (Ind.); Hugo Dutour, Oklahoma Panhandle State; Moises Hernandez, Southern Oregon; Alessandro Lopergolo, Viterbo (Mich.); Gabriel MacIntosh, Park- Gilbert (Ariz.); Jasper McLeod, Friends (Kan.); Daniel Merino, Rio Grande (Ohio); Luis Ramirez, Governors State (N.C.); Francisco Ruiz-Zuniga, Blue Mountain (Penn.)

 

Week 9 (October 26, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Alejo Binaghi, Mobile (Ala.)

    Scored seven goals in two matches this week... Responsible for seven of Mobile's 19 goals on the week. Against Talladega in their 9-0 vicctory he posted a super hatrick, and recorded a hat trick against Blue Mountain in a 10-0 win. 

Nominees: Luka Lukic, Oklahoma Wesleyan; Pascal Mohungsi, Bethel (Tenn.); Maxwell Amoako, Indiana Tech; Juan Belman, Huston-Tillotson (Texas); Ricardo Benini, Harris-Stowe State (Mo.); Krist Berisha, Florida College; Charlie Betts, Milligan (Tenn.); Oscar Carballo, John Brown (Ark.); Martim Cardoso, Grace (Ind.); Tom Cohen, OUAZ (Ariz.); Ben Garrick, College of Idaho; Rick Hovinga, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.); Max Jasper, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.); Mark Oghogho, St. Thomas (Fla.); Ivai Warella, Point Park (Pa.)

Defensive Player of the Week: Carlos Curado, Southeastern (Fla.)

    Curado tied his career high in saves with 9 to hold the No. 4 ranked Keiser scoreless and aid the Fire to a 0-0 tie after two overtimes.

Nominees: Mike Giannotta, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.); Jared Ireland, Aquinas (Mich.); Harry Nash, William Penn (Iowa); Jeremi Abonnel, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Ruben Burgos, Brescia (Ky.); Ferriol Caballe, Sterling (Kan.); Matteo Conci, Grace (Ind.); Uriel Herrera, Park- Gilbert (Ariz.); AJ Jarvis, Bellevue (Neb.); Clairy Kengeye, William Carey (Miss.); Jan Kuepper, Milligan (Tenn.); Dalton Mauzay, Eastern Oregon; Pedro Medrano, Jarvis Christian (Texas); Nicholas Morales, Harris-Stowe State (Mo.); Fabian Pekruhl, Life (Ga.); Angel Ramirez, OUAZ (Ariz.)

 

 

Week 10 (November 1, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Jeronimo Leguizamon, Point (Ga.)

    Jeronimo Leguizamon, who leads the conference in goals, recorded a new program single season record of goals scored with 22, after performing a super hat trick and a hat trick in Point's two victories over Columbia.

Nominees: Fernando Arzeno, St. Thomas (Fla.); Rodrigo Albuquerque, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Brian Alvarez, Indiana East; Farouk Amoo, Lourdes (Ohio); Alejo Binaghi, Mobile (Ala.); Luan Bressy, Bethel (Ind.); Jackson Brown, Hastings (Neb.); Krishna Clarke, Georgia Gwinnett; Kenedy Deviska, William Penn (Iowa); Max Jasper, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.); Mason McQueen, Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.); Aidan Rohde, The Master's (Calif.); Anthony Santillan, Oregon Tech; Fabio Schneider, Southwestern (Kan.); Tyler Watson, Cumberland (Tenn.); J. Guiterrez Velasco, Simpson (Calif.)

Defensive Player of the Week: Franco Acerbi, St. Thomas (Fla.)

    Franco Acerbi led the defense to a Sun Conference Regular Season championship crown with the upset shutout victory of #5 Keiser. The senior keeper had four saves, with many cross and corner kick punch outs and catches to deny the Seahawks of any offense attempts. This is Acerbi's fifth shutout of the season.

Nominees: Jesus Rondon, Tabor (Kan.); Alexander Thiehofe, Northwest (Wash.); Antoine Bedos, Mobile (Ala.); Henrique Cavalini, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Callum Coleman, Indiana East; Leandro Faria, Briar Cliff (Iowa); Matteo Galeotti, Viterbo (Wis.); Liam Gibbs, Columbia (Mo.); Butch Hampton, Science & Arts (Okla.); Rafael Lima, University of Northwestern Ohio; Gabriel MacIntosh, Park- Gilbert (Ariz.); Joao de Oliveira, Bethel (Ind.); Angel Ramirez, OUAZ; Luis Ramirez, Governors State (Ill.); Max Rose, LSU Shreveport; Raphael Sefriou, Milligan (Tenn.); Felix Shafer, Grand View (Iowa)

 

Week 11 (November 8, 2021)

Offensive Player of the Week: Marcos Bakale, Florida National

    Freshman Marcos Bakale scored one goal and gave one assist in the 4-2 FNU win against NCAA Division 2 ranked #9 Tampa University. He took only two shots in the game, both being on goal.

Nominees: Jaume Garcia, Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.); Martin Walsh, Cumberland (Tenn.); Mike Moser, Missouri Valley; Martim Cardoso, Grace (Ind.); Erick Diaz, John Brown (Ark.); O'Neal Edward, LSU Alexandria; Levin Ledergerber, Menlo (Calif.); Lucas Mauro, Oklahoma Wesleyan; Thiago Mendes, St. Andrews (N.C.); Adrian Miling, Lawrence Tech (Mich.); Guilherme Mondaini, Faulkner (Ala.); Salvador Nunez, Cardinal Stritch (Wis.); David Panter, Hastings (Neb.); Jay Skelcher-Maxwell, Webber International (Fla.); Jorge Tallada, Oakland City (Ind.); Nicolas Villalobos, WVU Tech; Harry Wray, Bellevue (Neb.)

Defensive Player of the Week: Julio Gomes, Point (Ga.)

    Gomes made 11 stops in Point's upset over Reinhardt, the teams only game in the week. Over his last five games, he has allowed only one goal while recording 17 saves. This year, Julio has allowed 14 total games in 16 games; he also has 64 total saves.  

Nominees: Luis Ramirez, Governors State (Ill.); Eddie Delgadillo, Arizona Christian; Jared Ireland, Aquinas (Mich.); Dusan Milosevic, Missouri Valley; Anouar Adam, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Ferriol Caballe, Sterling (Kan.); Aaron Carr, Indiana Wesleyan; Michael De La Cruz, UC Merced (calif.); Ezekiel Foltz, Northwestern (Iowa); Ross Harper, Faulkner (Ala.) Dejue Johnson, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Eric Longhorn, Webber International (Fla.); Joshua Precious, Harris-Stowe State (Mo.); Nicklas Rulle, Cumberland (Tenn.); Valeriu Tarlev, LSU Alexandria; Nicolas Villalobos, WVU Tech; Harry Wray, Bellevue (Neb.)


 

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