Men's Team of the Week: November 10
While there were only six games played over the past week in men’s Division I soccer, the Team of the Week returns once more.
The Sun Belt Conference and the ACC are the lone two leagues to push on and play through the pandemic, with both heading towards their respective conference tournaments.
One team that notched a massive win is pushing on towards the postseason looking to make a run in the ACC. Notre Dame beat Louisville by a 4-1 score on Friday, powered by a Jack Lynn hat trick. The junior’s three goals were sufficient to take down the Cardinals at home.
Player of the Week: Jack Lynn, Notre Dame
Check out some of the other top performances from last week’s small slate of men’s Division I soccer games below.
Men’s Team of the Week: November 2-8
GK Paul Tyson, Georgia State: A three-save effort from the English senior secure Georgia State’s clean sheet in a 1-0 win against Central Arkansas.
D Matthew Constant, North Carolina: With a zero on the board, the Tar Heels were able to best rivals Duke as a pair of goals led the to the win. Once again, Constant was at the heart of it all to help UNC secure the three points.
D Garrison Tubbs, Wake Forest: The talented freshman’s strong season continued, as he played 86 minutes in Wake’s 2-0 win over NC State. The defense limited the Wolfpack to just three shots on the night.
F Kyle Holcomb, Wake Forest: A junior from California, Holcomb’s quietly enjoyed a strong season in the ACC. He scored and added an assist versus NC State on Saturday, his fifth goal in nine games in the fall of 2020.
F Jack Lynn, Notre Dame: With the three goals on Friday, Lynn double his goal output for the season, with six from six games. The Irish can go as far in the ACC tournament as the striker can take them.
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