2022 Men's Soccer Players of the Week

2022 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 independent institution's award winners.

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Week 11 (November 8, 2022)

Offensive Player of the Week: Fabio Bender, Columbia International (S.C.)


Bender was masterful in the Rams' quarterfinal win over St. Andrews, contributing to every score with two goals and an assist. Bender's second goal was a flying header that would turn into the game-winner. Bender added to his week with two goals in the Rams' regular season-finale versus Bluefield.

Nominees: Daniel Torrenegra, LSU Alexandria (La.); Jayce Berger, Grand View (Iowa); Fabio Bender, Columbia International (S.C.); Marko Dordevic, Missouri Baptist; Aidan Doherty, Vanguard (Calif.); Kodai Tanaka, Southwestern Christian (Okla.); Maxime Benoit, Mobile (Ala.); Romario Harding, Saint Mary (Kan.); Janis Hinterleitner, Westcliff (Calif.); Tomas Echevarria, Northwestern Ohio; Monwabisi Mngqibisa, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Jahred Ashmeade, IU East (Ind.); Konstantin Papanikolaou, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.); Jake Cover, Bellevue (Neb.); Higor Barbieri, Huntington (Ind.)


Defensive Player of the Week: Edan Sears, William Penn (Iowa)


 Not only did Sears lead the Statesmen defense to a shutout over the #2 seed Missouri Valley in the Heart Quarterfinals, he also scored the game-winning goal. MVC was limited to only two shots in the game.


Nominees: Alejandro Perez, Williams Baptist (Ark.); Lars Van der Steen, Life (Ga.); Claudio Fuentealba, Holy Cross (Ind.); Matteo Conci, Grace (Ind.); Ludvig Wille, Milligan (Tenn.); Peter Lamprou, Indiana East; Victor Ruiz, Florida National; Alfeu Bertini, Oklahoma Wesleyan; Edan Sears, William Penn (Iowa); Pablo Costa, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Edwin Monterrosa, Vanguard (Calif.); Louis Owens, Science and Arts (Okla.); Noah Schwengeler, Westcliff (Calif.); Valeriu Tarlev, LSU Alexandria (La.); Andrea Ghiggini, Aquinas (Mich.)


Week 10 (November 1, 2022)

Offensive Player of the Week: Connor Parry, Thomas (Ga.)


Sophomore Connor Parry has played a huge part in the Night Hawks success lately. The Caerphilly Wales native has scored a total of five goals in his last three games. Three of those goals came from Saturday's big win against RV Southeastern University as the Defender notched his first collegiate hat trick, including a season and career-high in goals scored. His hat trick also helped the Green and White secure their spot to host the Quarterfinal round of the SUN Conference Championship this weekend. Additionally, Connor also scored a goal against #5 Georgia Gwinnett last weekend which resulted in a tie.

Nominees: Gabriel Silva, Rio Grande (Ohio); Maurice Theart, LSU Shreveport (La.); Mason Gonzalez, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Tyler Mase, Hastings (Neb.); Brandon Bermingham, William Carey (Miss.); Evan Norconk, Southern Oregon; Lucah Flores, Vanguard (Calif.); Brandon Nyagurungo, Indiana Wesleyan; Avelino Rosa, Northwestern Ohio; Rodrigo Riveros, Cumberlands (Ky.); Connor Parry, Thomas (Ga.); Hubert Kopany, Harris-Stowe (Mo.); Romario Harding, Saint Mary (Kan.); Sam Green, Missouri Valley; Blake White, Reinhardt (Ga.); Martin Wainstein, Judson (Ill.); Karim Tmimi, Georgia Gwinnett; Alex Frances, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.)


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



Franco Acerbi continues to show his dominance in the Sun Conference with a big shutout of no. 4 Keiser on Saturday afternoon. This is Acerbi's eighth shutout performance of the season as he moves to 9-0-3 on the year. This is the third straight matchup that Acerbi has left the Seahawks scoreless. The Bobcats gave the defending national champions their first lost of the season. This was a season-high six saves for the Bobcat keeper. This is also the fourth straight shutout as STU completes conference play unblemished for the second straight season.

Nominees: Jacob Susud, Taylor (Ind.); Lucas Rivera Paramio, WVU Tech (W.Va.); Eric Aparicio, Soka (Calif.); Tyler Kappeli, Houston-Victoria (Texas); Franco Acerbi, St. Thomas (Fla.); Youssou Ouendeno, Madonna (Mich.); Brendan Dally, Hastings (Neb.); Roberto Rangel, William Carey (Miss.); Claudio Fuentealba, Holy Cross (Ind.); Angel Jimenez-Cortez, Sterling (Kan.); Benian Yao, Viterbo (Wis.); Alex Heinie, Texas Wesleyan; Cristobal Benitez Delgado, Missouri Valley; Ajay Murray, Tennessee Southern; Dave Neijenhuis, Tennessee Wesleyan; Alejandro Perez, Williams Baptist (Ark.); Abraham Arteaga, Westmont (Calif.); Quinn McCallion, Corban (Ore.)


Week 9 (October 25, 2022)

Offensive Player of the Week: Fabian Saborio, Point (Ga.)


Saborio broke the school record for most scored goals in a game with 6.

Nominees: Erik Herrera, Saint Katherine (Ky.); Dmitar Stankovic, Rochester (Mich.); Daniel Torrenegra, LSU Alexandria (La.); Julian Herrero Corrales, Governors State (Ill.); Fernando Arzeno, St. Thomas (Fla.); Mark Spencer, The Master's (Calif.); Callum Smith, Viterbo (Wis.); Andrew Martinez, Warner Pacific (Ore.); Juan Sebastain Moreno, Harris-Stowe (Mo.); Luis Baldivieso, Brescia (Ky.); Blake Hansen, Dordt (Iowa); Sam Green, Missouri Valley; Monwabisi Mngqibisa, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Martim Sequeira, Grace (Ind.); Bart Kooistra, Life (Ga.); Mamadou Diarra, Southwestern (Kan.); Jack Price, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Fabian Saborio, Point (Ga.)



Defensive Player of the Week: Youssou Ouendeno, Madonna (Mich.)



In the Game against No.13 UNOH, Madonna was a man down for about 65 minutes due to a red card in the first half. Ouendeno still came away with a shutout and a career-high in saves that game.

Nominees: Victor Villarreal, Texas A&M-San Antonio; Matteo Conci, Grace (Ind.); Salvatore Della Valle, Southwestern Christian (Okla.); Marco Sobrevilla, UC Merced (Calif.); Adam Salama, Ottawa (Ariz.); Callum McKinlay, Missouri Baptist; Ilija Catic, Oklahoma Wesleyan; Thomas Crawford, Midland (Neb.); Anthony Armenta, Southern Oregon; Enzo Carvalho, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.); Markus Sundin, Florida College; Christian Hauge, Campbellsville (Ky.); Niko Tzevelekos, Reinhardt (Ga.); Armin Mahmutovic, Trinity International (Ill.); Andreas Kokoska, William Carey (Miss.); Youssou Ouendeno, Madonna (Mich.); Jacob Sauls, Brescia (Ky.); Franco Acerbi, St. Thomas (Fla.)


Week 8 (October 18, 2022)

Offensive Player of the Week: Pablo Garcia, Huntington (Ind.)


Pablo racked up 10 points last week which included a hat trick against Marian. He also had a goal and 2 assists in HU's 5-4 win over #24 IWU. He scored on 4 of the 6 shots he took last week.

Nominees: Brandon Bermingham, William Carey (Miss.); William Biondini, Pacific Union (Calif.); Pablo Garcia, Huntington (Ind.); Lucas Nishioka, Southeastern (Fla.); Johan Arevalo, Jarvis Christian (Texas); Dario Robles, Hope International (Calif.); Nathan Durdle, Columbia (Mo); Jason Strambu, Georgia Gwinnett; Monwabisi Mngqibisa, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Austin Shafer, Jamestown (N.D.); Rune Peterson, Grand View (Iowa); Gabriel Trevisan, Judson (Ill.); Andrew Martinez, Warner Pacific (Calif.); Stefan Cvetanovic, Oklahoma Wesleyan; Ricardo Rittersberger, Aquinas (Mich.); Liam Brag, Southwestern Christian (Okla.); Gabriel Silva, Rio Grande (Ohio); Jonah Lewis, Tennessee Wesleyan



Defensive Player of the Week: Christian Hauge, Campbellsville (Ky.)



Hauge played a huge part in shutting out #14 Cumberlands. He tallied 10 saves in the upset.

Nominees: Liam Gibbs, Columbia (Mo.); Ty Turner, Mobile (Ala.); Quinn McCallion, Corban (Ore.); Oscar Sierra, Hope International (Calif.); Finn Popescu, Bethel (Ind.); Louis Owens, Science and Arts (Okla.); Danny Nunez, Houston-Victoria (Texas); Edward Luna, St. Francis (Ill.); Jesus Rondon, Tabor (Kan.); Christian Hauge, Campbellsville (Ky.); Elijah Burlak, Michigan-Dearborn; Gianmaria Fiore, Georgia Gwinnett; Agustin Guerrero, UC Merced (Calif.); Vitus Voitl, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.); Lucas Rivera Paramio, WVU Tech (W. Va.); Santiago Nebot, Keiser (Fla.); Brendan Dally, Hastings (Neb.)



Week 7 (October 11, 2022)

Offensive Player of the Week: Janvier Ramson, Carlow (Pa.)


Janvier's game-winner and hat trick came off a 50-yard kickoff after Midway's tying goal Saturday. He leads the RSC with 14 goals on the year so far. He scored both of Carlow's goals in a tie at St. Vincent College Oct. 3.

Nominees: Mateo Rodriguez, Bacone (Okla.); Jommar Reyes, Huston-Tillotson (Texas); Malik Hasanovikj, Missouri Valley; Kam Stanley, Cumberland (Tenn.); Nate Van Keulen, Marian (Ind.); Paul Fulop, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.); Simon Conrad, Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.); Douglas Appiah, Indiana Tech; Brandon Bermingham, William Carey (Miss.); Ricardo Araujo, Montreat (N.C.); Dominic Abdel-Ahad, Concordia (Neb.); Brennan Ortega, Avila (Mo.); Eric Hornung, College of Idaho; Rodrigo Albuquerque, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Gael Ruiz, San Diego Christian (Calif.); Samuel Chavez, Judson (Ill.); Guido Cacciabue, St. Thomas (Fla.); Janvier Ramson, Carlow (Pa.)



Defensive Player of the Week: Joshua Freeman-Wright, Aquinas (Mich.)



Helped the Saints to two shutouts this week, included one against No. 9-ranked UNOH. Played 179/180 minutes. Defense held Rochester to 0 shots on target.

Nominees: Kareem Williams, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Tybalt Thornberry, Southern Oregon; Sacha Vandersteene, William Carey (Miss.); Gavin Morgan, Tennessee Wesleyan; Joshua Freeman-Wright, Aquinas (Mich.); Jackson Brown, Hastings (Neb.); Jake Strachan, LSU Shreveport (La.); Romeo Paparesta, Bellevue (Neb.); Carlos Curado, Southeastern (Fla.); Enzo Carvalho, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.); Andrew Robles, Vanguard (Calif.); Pablo Vazquez, Cumberlands (Ky.); Boris Trejo, Saint Mary (Kan.); Jackson Schrum, Columbia (Mo.); Mateo Ojesto, Judson (Ill.); Elias Ammon, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.); Peter Lamprou, IU East (Ind.); Sam Spiegel, Taylor (Ind.)


Week 6 (October 4, 2022)

Offensive Player of the Week: Slobodan Novicevic, Ottawa (Kan.)


Novicevic scored four goals and had one assist in games against Tabor and Avila. Novicevic scored the game-winning goal on a 84th minute penalty kick in the Braves' 3-2 win over Tabor at home. He followed with his first career hat-trick, scoring three goals in a 4-1 road win at Avila. Novicevic now ranks second in the KCAC with 10 goals so far this season.

Nominees: Martim Sequeira, Grace (Ind.); Dean Bregenzer, Rio Grande (Ohio); Alan Rubio, Roosevelt (Ill.); Kam Stanley, Cumberland (Tenn.); Stefano Campisi, Central Methodist (Mo.); Dominic Abdel-Ahad, Concordia (Neb.); Lucca Motta, Indiana Tech; Slobodan Novicevic, Ottawa (Kan.); Lucas Garcia, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.); Drake Hampton, Fisher (Mass.); Marko Dordevic, Missouri Baptist; Jacob Zamarron, John Brown (Ark.); Jonah Lewis, Tennessee Wesleyan; Jamaine Turner, Ottawa (Ariz.); Maurice Theart, LSU Shreveport (La.); Kainoa Wong, Evergreen (Wash.); Luciano Diaz, Life (Ga.)



Defensive Player of the Week: Armin Mahmutovic, Trinty International (Ill.)


Michael was tremendous this week against two ranked conference opponents pitching a clean sheet with 3 saves in a shutout win over #1 Mobile and allowed just one goal and stopped 4 shots in a 1-1 tie against #15 William Carey.

Nominees: Finn Popescu, Bethel (Ind.); Nathan Fitch, Science and Arts (Okla.); Nic Baigrie, Northwestern Ohio; Franco Acerbi, St. Thomas (Fla.); David Stuber, Menlo (Calif.); Daniel Oliveira, Williams Baptist (Ark.); Mike Giannotta, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.); Matej Hron, York (Neb.); Fernando Contreras, Clarke (Iowa); Kevil Marin-Mendez, Warner Pacific (Fla.); Andrija Milenkovic, WVU Tech; Michael Barrueta, Dalton State (Ga.); Martin Rasmussen, LSU Shreveport (La.); Matthew Ricci, Midland (Neb.); Noah Alexander, Soka (Calif.); Victor Ruiz, Florida National; Pablo Vazquez, Cumberlands (Ky.); Cristobal Romero, St. Andrews (N.C.)


Week 5 (September 27, 2022)

Offensive Player of the Week: Andrew Martinez, Warner Pacific (Ore.)


Andrew kept up his historic pace this weekend scoring 5 goals, including a hat trick against Walla Walla. With his performance this weekend Andrew broke the Warner Pacific men's soccer record for most goals in a single season in just 9 games.

Nominees: Sergio Reyes, Calumet (Ind.); Peter Holt, Point Park (Pa.); Blake Hansen, Dordt (Iowa); Jorge Galindo,
Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.); Nathan Ntalu, Spring Arbor (Mich.); Lucas Jacobs, Keiser (Fla.); Luke Bennett,
Milligan (Tenn.); Sebastian Jorgge, Mobile (Ala.); Oscar Carballo, John Brown (Ark.); Andrew Martinez,
Warner Pacific (Ore.); Juan Zamora, Friends (Kan.); Karim Tmimi, Georgia Gwinnett; Stephen Appiah,
Cumberlands (Ky.); Mason Sills, Aquinas (Mich.); Luis Barraza, Soka (Calif.); Jony Munoz, MidAmerica
Nazarene (Kan.); Willy Loredo-Suarez, Hope International (Calif.); Jarrett Williams, Paul Quinn (Texas)


Week 5 (September 27, 2022)

Defensive Player of the Week: Armin Mahmutovic, Trinty International (Ill.)


Went 500 minutes, four consecutive shut outs over 2.5 weeks of play without a goal scored until TCC on Saturday. Had 11 saves against Judson for first program win against the Eagles in decades.

Nominees: Tyler Kappeli, Houston-Victoria (Texas); Gabriel Omeneze, Blue Mountain (Miss.); Mitchell Dryden, Dordt (Iowa); Finn Popescu, Bethel (Ind.); Eduard Garcia, Point Park (Pa.); Quinn McCallion, Corban; (Ore.); Pablo Vazquez, Cumberlands (Ky.); Kareem Williams, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Matej Hron, York (Neb.); Jake Mendoza, Bluefield (Ky.); Jesus Vargas, Hope International (Calif.); Jelle Dik, Harris-Stowe (Mo.); Armin Mahmutovic, Trinity International (Ill.); Franco Acerbi, St. Thomas (Fla.); Matias Breit, William Penn (Iowa); Osvaldo Andrade, Waldorf (Iowa); Kris Tauzik, Rochester (Mich.); Daniel Morales, Simpson (Calif.)


Defensive Player of the Week: Matteo Conci, Grace (Ind.)


Matteo Conci helped Grace best No. 3 Columbia 1-0 with an eight save shutout on Saturday. Conci's flawless day included a trio of diving saves in the second half to preserve the Lancers upset win.

Nominees: Adalsteinn Kristinsson, Bethel (Kan.); Jack Casey, Keiser (Fla.); Emilio Benmergui Rodriquez, Thomas More (Ky.); Oscar Martin, Saint Katherine (Calif.); Victor Protet, Brescia (Ky.); Jose Fierro, Texas A&M Texarkana; Ricardo Sepulveda, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Robin Terry, Corban (Ore.); Bjarne Huth, Morningside (Iowa); Miguel Roces, Graceland (Iowa); Edwin Monterrosa, Vanguard (Calif.); Daniel Santema, Truett McConnell (Ga.); Sacha Vandersteene, William Carey (Miss.); Andres Zamora, Saint Xavier (Ill.); Ernesto Ascenzo, Viterbo (Wis.); Simon Sanchez, Northwestern Ohio; Manny Almaraz, Central Baptist (Ark.)


Week 3 (September 13, 2022)

Offensive Player of the Week: Kevin de Lange, Shawnee State (Ohio)

   Kevin was outstanding this week, starting the week by scoring two goals and adding two assists against Rochester and ending the week with a hat trick against Siena Heights, while adding two more assists. For the week, he had five goals, four assists for 14 points. 


Nominees: Oscar Carballo, John Brown (Ark.); Stewart Alvayero, Vanguard (Calif.); Wilfried Tchoupa Kamden, Life (Ga.); Janvier Ramson, Carlow (Pa.); Aleksandar Rajkovic, Georgia Gwinnett; Johan Arevalo, Jarvis Christian (Texas); Paul Obrusnik, Hastings (Neb.); Jonas Kreutzberg, Lourdes (Ohio); Adem Aroua, Benedictine (Kan.); Andres Sesma, Cardinal Stritch (Wis.); Martim Sequeira, Grace (Ind.); Andrew Martinez, Warner Pacific (Ore.); Daniel Pinkney, Central Baptist (Ark.); Mamadou Diarra, Southwestern (Kan.); Aramis Rohner, Reinhardt (Ga.); Andres Lua, UC Merced (Calif.); Juan Parra, Ave Maria (Fla.)


Defensive Player of the Week: Matteo Conci, Grace (Ind.)


Matteo Conci made 11 saves in a pair of games against top 16 opponents. Conci made five saves in a win over No. 5 Oklahoma Wesleyan, and five days later, he picked up his third clean sheet of the season with a six save performance against No. 16 UNOH.

Nominees: Mason Gonzalez, Mid-America Christian (Okla.); Marius Braedstrup-Holm, Montreat (N.C.); Daniel Morales, Simpson (Calif.); Alex Ruane, Thomas (Ga.); Juan Rodriguez, Jarvis Christian (Texas); Norberto Lima Vieira, Bethel (Tenn.); Adrien Alexandre, Faulkner (Ala.); Juan Manuel Fermosel, Florida National; Jared Hecimovich, Indiana Northwest; Alexis Calderilla, Warner Pacific (Ore.); Tiago Alfieri, Williams Baptist (Ark.); Aidan Doherty, Vanguard (Calif.); Lucas Rivera Paramio, WVU Tech (W. Va.); Enzo Carvalho, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.); Tayler Peters, Avila (Mo.); Federico Simonetti, Concordia (Neb.); Danilo Abayo, Northwestern Ohio


Week 2 (September 6, 2022)

Offensive Player of the Week: Stephen Appiah, Cumberlands (Ky.)


Stephen Appiah tallied two braces and an assist in the team's wins over West Virginia Tech and #13 Rio Grande. Appiah's efficiency in front of goal was on display with him recording eight shots, with seven of them on goal. The five points he had against Rio Grande were the most in a single game for the sophomore and the most single game points for any Patriot since 2020.

Nominees: Fernando Contreras, Clarke (Iowa); Marco Moresco, Midland (Neb.); Ferriol Caballe-i-Vila, Sterling (Kan.); Salvatore Della Vall, Southwestern Christian (Okla.); Ron Boaz, Georgia Gwinnett; Pablo Vasquez, Cumberlands (Ky.); Noah Schwengeler, Westcliff (Calif.); Sebastian Lago, Webber International (Fla.); Lucas Rivera Paramio, WVU Tech (W. Va.); Javier Pena, Our Lady of the Lake (Texas); Quinn McCallion, Corban (Ore.); Jaume Salvado, Indiana Tech; Luka Zakarija, Life (Ga.); Iker Gonzalez, William Woods (Mo.); Austin Gunnels, Columbia (S.C.); Nick Kilian, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.); Marcos Papakostas, Ottawa (Ariz.)


Defensive Player of the Week: Aaron Carr, Indiana Wesleyan


Carr was a stone wall in goal for IWU this week. He tallied 8 saves and 0 goals allowed as the Wildcats earned ties against two Top-10 ranked teams.

Nominees: Jacobo Sanfeliu, Sterling (Kan.); Fernando Arzeno, St. Thomas (Fla.); Andres Lua, UC Merced (Calif.); Theo Maye, Aquinas (Mich.); Jommar Reyes, Huston-Tillotson (Texas); Gyorgy Kamaras, Baker (Kan.); Oskar Schuster, Roosevelt (Ill.); Patrick Long, Midland (Neb.); Diego Nunez, William Jessup (Calif.); Nathan Thompson, Bluefield (Va.); Daniel Eleuterio, Saint Francis (Ind.); Cameron Gordon, Central Baptist (Ark.); Philipp Harder, Point Park (Pa.); Josh Ramos, Dalton State (Ga.); Daniel Burko, Waldorf (Iowa); Alexis Luna, Corban (Ore.); Jacob Zamarron, John Brown (Ark.)


Week 1 (August 30, 2022)

Offensive Player of the Week: Louie Perez, Missouri Baptist

  Perez posted a hat trick of goals and assists with three of each in MBU's season opening 9-0 win against Brescia University, then scored both the equalizer and game-winner in Mobap's 2-1 defeat of No. 9 MidAmerica Nazarene.

Nominees: Tomas Echevarria, University of Northwestern Ohio; Andres Labate, Corban (Ore.); Alessandro Mastrofilippo, St. Andrews (N.C.); Gabriel Silva, Rio Grande (Ohio); Mounir Azzam, Cardinal Stritch (Wiswc.); Winter Casseus, Indiana Wesleyan; Thiago Micki, Faulkner (Ala.); David Panter, Hastings (Neb.); Johnny Perez, Park-Gilbert (Ariz.); Bryan Riojas, Oklahoma Panhandle State; Dario Robles, Hope International (Calif.); Johan Rodriguez, York (Neb.); Jesus Sanchez, Webber International (Fla.); Veit Schikowski, Mount Mercy (Iowa); Emanuele Sordi, Georgia Gwinnett; Isaac Stanley, Bethel (Tenn.)


Defensive Player of the Week: Matteo Conci, Grace (Ind.)

  Conci won two games and recorded back-to-back clean sheets against (RV) Cumberlands and (RV) Southeastern. Conci made 11 saves across the two games.

Nominees: Ernesto Ascenzo, Viterbo; Elias Ammon, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.); Alexandre Baranes, Cardinal Stritch (Wisc.); Ian Brusewitz, Menlo (Calif.); Woodlerson Cyrius, Warner (Fla.); Felipe Garcia, Friends (Kan.); Peter Lamprou, Indiana East; Quinn McCallion, Corban (Ore.); Ewen McCormick, St. Andrews (N.C.); Dusan Milosevic, Missouri Valley;p Catalin Nastuta, Oklahoma Panhandle State; Ethan Pike, Cornerstone (Mich.); Federico Simonetti, Concordia (Neb.); Ross Wilson, Missouri Baptist; Luka Zakarija, Life (Ga.); Adam Di millo, Pikeville (Ky.)



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