Men’s Team of the Week: September 28

Men’s Team of the Week: September 28
by TopDrawerSoccer
September 28, 2021

It was quite the week for the UNC Greensboro offense.

Headlined by the TDS Player of the Week Theo Collomb, UNCG scored 10 goals in two games, including a 3-1 win against then-No. 2 Clemson last Tuesday.

The France native scored twice against the Tigers, including the game-winning goal in the first half. He followed that up with three goals and two assists in a comfortable 7-0 victory against Virginia Military Institute over the weekend.

Player of the Week: Theo Collomb, UNC Greensboro

Check out some of the other top performances from the past week of men’s Division I soccer.

Men’s Team of the Week: September 20-26

GK Oliver Semmle, Marshall – The spring champs picked up a pair of shutouts last week, beating Akron 2-0 and home before drawing 0-0 against Kentucky. Semmle ensured his side didn’t lose the conference matchup against the Wildcats, making five saves.

D Melker Anshelm, James Madison – The Dukes nabbed two shutouts last week, beating Virginia and Elon. Anshelm came up with the game-winning goal in a 1-0 mid-week win against the Cavaliers, scoring a golden goal in overtime.

D Kipp Keller, Saint Louis – The sophomore was immense against George Mason, scoring a goal while helping his side keep a clean sheet at home in a 4-0 win in Atlantic 10 play.

D Bridger Hansen, New Hampshire – Hansen helped his side continue to roll, as UNH is now 9-0 on the season. After missing a few games due to injury, Hansen scored the second goal in a 4-1 win over Hartford, and played 72 minutes in a 5-0 mid-week romp over Quinnipiac.

D Zeron Sewell, VCU – A stout performance from Sewell helped VCU snag a pair of 2-0 win last week. He scored a goal from the penalty spot as well as playing every minute as the Rams beat Old Dominion and Dayton in league play.

M Kyle Cusimano, Bowling Green – Bowling Green won two more games last week, thanks in part to Cusimano’s offensive output. He was credit with an assist on the game-winning goal against Detroit, then scored he winner himself on Friday night versus Canisius.

M Joshua Bolma, Maryland – An electric attacking forward, Bolma was excellent against High Point and Ohio State last week. He scored a goal and setup the other in a 2-1 victory over the Buckeyes in Big Ten play on Friday.

M Finn Ballard McBride, UC Santa Barbara – McBride accounted for both goals as UCSB beat perennial rivals Cal Poly by a 2-0 score.

M Nicholas Scardina, Washington – After helping his side pickup a 2-1 win against local rivals Seattle last Monday (Scardina tallied the game-winning goal in overtime), Scardina played 73 minutes in a 2-0 defeat of Portland.

F Theo Collomb, UNC Greensboro – Strong in the spring during his freshman season, Collomb is dominating the fall. He now has 11 goals in eight games after scoring five in the last two games.

F Bryan Iliohan, California Baptist – Collomb wasn’t the only forward to score five times last week, as Cal Baptist’s Iliohan matched that production. He scored twice in a defeat of St. Thomas and then bagged a hat trick on the road versus UNLV.

Honorable Mention: F Thorleifur Ulfarsson (Duke), F Jacob Labovitz (Virginia Tech), M Veljko Petkovic (Pittsburgh), M Adel Al-Masude (Rider), M Isaiah Parker (Saint Louis), F Davis Smith (Providence), F Benjamin Klingen (Northeastern), F Nick Markanich (Northern Illinois), GK Rafael Guerrero (Grand Canyon), F Ryan Carmichael (Hofstra), M Edrey Caceres (Marquette)

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