There were a number of outstanding individual performances from the past week in NCAA Men’s Division I Soccer. From game-winning goals to key defensive plays, there were plenty of standouts from the past week.
Check out which players made the biggest influence on the games below in the TDS Men’s Team of the Week.
TDS Team of the Week (Sept. 12-17)
GK Drake Callender, California - Callender record three saves in the 1-0 win over Yale last week. Callender also made six saves in the rivalry game against San Francisco, another win for the Bears.
D Jimmy Fiscus, Michigan State - The Michigan State Spartans only gave up one shot on goal over the course of two games last week. Fiscus was a key contributor to the outstanding defensive performance from the Spartans. He was also credited with an assist in the 1-0 win over Michigan.
D Felicien Dumas, Notre Dame - Dumas recorded two assists in the Irish’s 3-0 win over NC State last week. He also played all 90 minutes in the shutout ACC victory.
M Cameron Lindley, North Carolina - The sophomore recorded assists on four of the five goals that North Carolina scored last week. The Tar Heels are 6-1 on the season and 2-0 against the ACC. Lindley leads the conference in assist with seven on the season.
F Garrett McLaughlin, SMU - The sophomore forward scored the game-winning goal in both of SMU’s victories over the past week. McLaughlin notched the game-winner against Loyola in a 4-0 rout. He scored the lone goal in the 1-0 victory over Brown.