Men's Team of the Week: March 16
In a season when most conferences are staying within their league for games, the Horizon League chase is setting up to be an exciting one.
Northern Kentucky is off to a great start in the season with UIC and Oakland in the mix. And it was the latter to supply the latest Player of the Week in the men’s Division I season.
Noah Jensen scored the winning goal in a wild 4-3 win against Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The victory keeps Oakland in the mix for the race to the top of the Horizon League. Jensen, a senior from Ontario, Canada, also had a hand in the three other goals of the game, credited with an assist on each one.
Check out some of the other top performances from the past week of DI men’s soccer.
Team of the Week: March 8-14
D Sean Suber, Charlotte – An unbeaten start to the Conference USA season continued for the 49ers, which defeated UAB by a 3-0 score. Suber anchored the shutout and converted a penalty kick for the game’s opening goal in the victory.
D Rio Hope-Gund, Georgetown – The Orlando draftee shut down the St. John’s attack, leading Georgetown’s defensive effort in a 1-0 win last week.
D Tim Iscra, DePaul – A goal in each game last week from the senior, including the winner versus Creighton, got the Blue Demons back into the win column twice. He tallied in a 3-2 win at Xavier before scoring the decisive tally
M Noah Jensen, Oakland – Jensen’s demonstrated a tremendous ability to create chances for Oakland continued last week. He now has 10 assists on the season, the most in the country, to go with three goals.
F Gabe Segal, Stanford – After going down two goals, the Cardinal showed that they are inevitable once again. Segal capped off a comeback with the winning goal in the second half, calmly slotting home a second half winner in a 3-2 defeat of Oregon State.
Honorable Mention: F Dylan Bufton (Northern Kentucky), F Dawsun Schrum (Oakland), M Dylan Teves (Washington), M Charlie Wehan (Stanford), F Arman Samimi (California), GK Chandler Hallwood (Marquette), F Dylan Barreria (Merrimack), D Brett Bebej (Indiana), M Chris Sullivan (Bowling Green), F Jack Lynn (Notre Dame)
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