Men’s Team of the Week: November 3
It took four tries, but Virginia Tech finally picked up its first win of 2020.
The Hokies traveled to Louisville and outgunned the Cardinals, outshooting the hosts by a 26-5 mark. Rising to the occasion is the latest Player of the Week, as senior forward Jacob Labovitz fired both goals to lead the way.
Player of the Week: Jacob Labovitz, Virginia Tech
— Virginia Tech Men’s Soccer (@HokiesMSoccer) November 1, 2020
Check out some of the other top performances from the past week of action in men’s Division I soccer below.
Men’s Team of the Week: October 26-November 1
D Matthew Constant, North Carolina: While the defending wasn’t the strong suit in last Tuesday’s 3-3 draw against Clemson, Constant did get an assist on the tying goal. He also helped keep a zero in Sunday’s 0-0 draw against NC State on Sunday.
M Daniel Pereira, Virginia Tech: The standout sophomore had a good game despite not coming up with a goal to show for it. Along with pumping five shots on frame, he completed 86% of his passes and was extremely influential.
F Kimarni Smith, Clemson: After Tuesday’s 3-3 draw against North Carolina, Smith and the Tiger attack were unable to find the back of the net in a 2-0 loss to Clemson. Smith was able to claim a brace against the Tar Heels, however.
F Machop Chol, Wake Forest: The dynamic forward put the game out of reach by assisting on Wake’s second goal of the game, as he setup Calvin Harris in the 2-0 win.
All stats cited courtesy of InStat Football.
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