Men’s Team of the Week: Final curtain

Men’s Team of the Week: Final curtain
by TopDrawerSoccer
November 1, 2016

Indiana senior Tanner Thompson is the TopDrawerSoccer Player of the Week again. Thompson scored Indiana’s game-winner against Michigan State on a brilliant individual effort with only five minutes left in the game. He scored three goals on Tuesday in a 5-0 win over Saint Louis as he tallied four goals last week.  

TopDrawerSoccer Player of the Week: Tanner Thompson, Indiana 

TDS Team of the Week (Oct. 24-30)

GK Auden Schilder, Washington - Schilder made 15 saves between two games last week, as the Huskies stayed alive in the Pac-12 title hunt. Schilder only let in one goal against California while making seven saves in the 2-1 overtime win. He followed that up with eight saves in the 1-0 overtime win over Stanford. 

D Matej Dekovic, Charlotte - The defender scored the game-winning goal on a free kick against South Carolina on Wednesday. He followed that up with a strong defensive performance in Charlotte’s 4-0 win over Florida Atlantic.

D Patrick Bunk-Andersen, Clemson - Bunk-Andersen recorded the assist on the game-winner against Louisville for the Tigers. The sophomore defender headed on a corner kick that was finished for the lone goal in the game. Bunk-Andersen helped shutdown the Louisville attack as the Cardinals only had three shots on goal in the game. 

M Tanner Thompson, Indiana - Thompson scored four goals in two games last week as he led the Hoosiers to a pair of wins. The senior’s performance in both games was outstanding and worthy of his second Player of the Week honor for the season. 

M Tate Robertson, Bowling Green - Robertson contributed a goal and two assists to Bowling Green’s successful week. Robertson had a goal and an assist in the 2-2 draw against Akron. He also contributed an assist to Bowling Green’s result against Fort Wayne. 

M Eddie Sanchez, Portland - Sanchez contributed three assists last week as he helped Portland secure six points from two WCC games as the Pilots improved to 5-0 in conference play. 

M Samuel Brown, Harvard - Brown had both assists on Tuesday in Harvard’s 2-1 overtime win over New Hampshire. He then scored the game-winning goal on Saturday in the 1-0 result against Dartmouth. 

M Wuilito Fernandes, Massachusetts-Lowell - Fernandes continued his terrific season with the game-winning goal against Albany on Saturday. He also had a goal and two assists in the 3-2 overtime victory over Boston College. 

M Napo Matsoso, Kentucky - Matsoso scored foul goals last week. The senior midfielder struck twice on Wednesday in a 2-0 win over FAU. He followed that up with two goals in a 3-0 win over Marshall. 

F Gordon Wild, Maryland - Wild scored a hat trick on Tuesday in Maryland’s 3-2 overtime win over Delaware. He followed that up with a goal on Sunday in Maryland’s 3-2 overtime win over Michigan as the Terps complete an unbeaten regular season campaign. Wild leads the Big Ten Conference in goals with 15 on the season. The sophomore sensation has been a terrific pick-up for Maryland this season. 

F Joao Ramalho, East Tennessee State - Ramalho scored the game-tying goal and teh game-winning goal on Saturday as ETSU won its first regular season title in program history with a 3-2 overtime victory over Mercer. 

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