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Men’s Team of the Week: October 16

Article Written by TopDrawerSoccer
Published: October 16, 2018
David Loera Goal
David Loera Goal vs. UNC

One of college soccer’s most exciting players stepped to the fore last week.

Previous Teams of the WeekAug. 28 | Sept. 4 | Sept. 11 | Sept. 18 | Sept. 25 | Oct. 2 | Oct. 9

David Loera had a hand in all three of NC State’s goals, leading the Wolfpack to a pair of much-needed wins. Last Tuesday, he scored and assisted in a 2-0 win at Longwood.

Player of the Week: David Loera, NC State

Friday night was the big one for NC State. A win would go a long way in boosting the team’s RPI, and Loera’s second-half winner proved to be enough for a 1-0 victory.

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GK Adrian Fernandez, Oregon State – With six saves, Fernandez kept a clean sheet in Oregon State’s 1-0 win against Stanford. He also made one save in a 2-1 home win over California.

D Patrick Hogan, Charlotte – Hogan played the full 90 in a 3-0 win against Florida International on Sunday, leading the team to its seventh shutout of the season. He also scored in Charlotte’s 2-1 mid-week loss against Radford.

D Jacob Hauser-Ramsey, Connecticut – The center back played 110 minutes in a 0-0 draw against UCF, limiting the Knights to just three shots on goal.

D Andrew Gutman, Indiana – In Friday night’s 2-1 win against Maryland, Gutman continued his dominant form in his left back spot. He scored both goals and helped limit the Terps to just a single goal on the night.

M Peter Pearson, VCU – A senior central midfielder at VCU, Pearson helped protect his back line and absorb pressure as the Rams drew 0-0 on the road against Saint Louis. He sealed a come-from-behind victory with a game-winning goal in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat of George Washington.

M David Loera, NC State – It can’t be overstated how important Loera is to his team. With two goals and eight assists on the season, he’s influenced almost half of the team’s goals through the season.

M Stefan Rokvic, Wright State – The Chicago Fire Academy product scored twice in a 3-0 win against West Virginia last Tuesday. He also assisted in a 2-0 victory on the road versus Oakland.

M Rocky Guerra, Furman – A banner week for the Paladin offense was engineered in part by Guerra. The midfielder had four assists in two games, wins over Belmont and VMI.

F Daniele Proch, Duke – Proch bagged the game winners in two matches last week, scoring 2-0 against Campbell and netting the winning tally in a 3-2 victory versus Notre Dame.

F Max Todd, UIC – Now with five goals in the past three games, Todd scored a hat trick as UIC beat Wisconsin-Milwaukee 4-3 in overtime.

F Phillip Goodrum, UNC Wilmington – The junior scored three times in two wins last week, including a brace against Elon. He tacked on another goal as UNCW beat Belmont 5-0.

Honorable Mention: F Gloire Amanda (Oregon State), GK Leon Krapf (NC State), M Joey Piatczyc (West Virginia), F Alex Willis (Northern Kentucky), F Daryl Dike (Virginia), M Charlie Maciejewski (Bowling Green), M Manuel Ferriol (James Madison), F Jeremy Rafanello (Penn State), F Samuel Goni (Cal State Fullerton), F Jake Rudel (St. Mary's (CA)), F Joshua Fawole (Loyola (MD)), M Emil Cuello (SMU), M Luka Prpa (Marquette)

 
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