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Men's Team of the Week: September 10

Article Written by TopDrawerSoccer
Published: September 10, 2019

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After all the offseason turmoil, 2019 is off to a strong start for UCLA.

The Bruins welcomed then No. 1 Maryland to Westwood on Friday night, and thanks to the latest Player of the Week, emerged 3-2 winners.

Previous Teams of the Week: Sept. 3

Forward Milan Iloski’s hat trick proved to be crucial in a wild game that saw the Terps score in the sixth minute. Iloski troubled Maryland through the night, however, providing all three goals on the night.

Player of the Week: F Milan Iloski, UCLA

Below is the latest men’s Team of the Week.

Team of the Week: Sept 2-8

GK Anthony Mwembia, Bowling Green – Making five saves in two games over the weekend, Mwembia anchored Bowling Green’s shutout wins against Wisconsin and Northwestern.

D Eddie Munjoma, SMU – Munjoma’s goal-scoring presence against Saint Louis ensured SMU’s 2-0 win against Saint Louis on Friday night. He scored both goals and helped the back line keep a clean sheet, after scoring and adding an assist last Monday in a 7-1 victory over Houston Baptist.

D Kasey French, Washington – An impressive start to the season picked up pace last week for the Huskies, which won all three-game last week. He logged heavy minutes in three wins against San Francisco, Michigan State and Michigan, nabbing the winner on Sunday against the Wolverines.

D Andreas Ueland, Virginia – The Norwegian-American played the full 90 minutes in a pair of shutouts last week, defeating Maryland 2-0 at Audi Field and a 1-0 victory against High Point.

M Luke Hendel, Portland – Welcoming a pair of Atlantic 10 opponents to the Bluff, the Pilot offense surged to life with wins against Davidson and George Washington. Hendel ensured there would be no nerves, nabbing the early winners in both games.

M Daniele Proch, Duke – It was a pair of comfortable wins for the Blue Devils against a pair of ACC foes. Proch scored four goals, two in each game, to lead his side.

M Teddy Chaouche, Charlotte – A senior from France, Chaouche helped to jump-start Charlotte’s comeback win against Coastal Carolina. He setup the tying goal in the 86th minute, before scoring the winning goal in the second overtime.

F Alonzo Del Mundo, California – The sophomore picked up a hat-trick of assists, leading the Golden Bears to a 3-0 win against UC Santa Barbara at home.

F Bar Hazut, UIC – Making just his second foray into DI soccer, the Fort Lewis College transfer scored five goals over the weekend. Hazut had a hat trick against Valparaiso and added a brace versus Western Illinois.

F Milan Iloski, UCLA – Iloski’s been involved in the goals in all three games for the Bruins so far (as of publication, with four goals and an assist so far in 2019.

F Jack Lynn, Notre Dame – A perfect start to the season continued for the Irish over the weekend, winning both matches of the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament. Lynn tallied in both games, a 4-2 win over Seattle and the winning goal in a 1-0 defeat of Denver.

Honorable Mention: F Alex Rose (North Carolina), D Kolade Salaudeen (Oregon State), M Jack Skahan (North Carolina), M Tyler Clegg (James Madison), GK Matt Wiher (San Diego), M Amos Shapiro-Thompson (Boston College), F Christian Pinzon (Cal State Fullerton), F Cal Jennings (UCF), M Sebastian Schacht (St. Mary's (CA)), GK Andrew Thomas (Stanford), F Lyam MacKinnon (Villanova), GK Jake Gelnovatch (Louisville)

 
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