|Kyle Holcomb – Junior – Forward – Wake Forest – Holcomb who is from San Marcos, California contributed the helper on teammate Isaiah Parente’s goal and converted a header after receiving a cross from Machop Chol in Wake Forest’s 2-0 win over NC State. He has scored a total of five goals to date in the fall season.
|Jack Lynn – Junior – Forward – Notre Dame – Lynn who is from St. Louis, Missouri out of Chamide College Preparatory scored three times to help power the Irish past Louisville 4-1. Lynn has a total of six goals to date in the fall seas
|Giovanni Montesdeoca – Senior – Forward – North Carolina – Montesdeoca who is from Dallas, Texas returned to the Tar Heel lineup this year after missing the 2019 seaosn due to injury. His header proved to be the game-winner in UNC’s 2-0 victory over Duke
|Jacob Labovitz – Senior – Forward – Virginia Tech – Labovitz who is from Great Falls, Virginia came up big once again for the Hokies when he scored from within the box after receiving a cross from Kyle McDowell to give Virginia Tech the edge they needed to defeat Notre Dame 1-0
|Isaiah Parente – Junior – Midfielder – Wake Forest – Parente who hails from Medina, Ohio returned to the Demon Deacon lineup after a two game absence and netted what proved to be the game-winner in Wake Forest’s 2-0 on the road win over NC State. The Demon Deacons improve to 7-1-0 with a 5-1-0 mark in ACC play.
|Lucas del Rosario – Senior – Midfielder – North Carolina – The Durham, North Carolina native displayed his quickness and touch on the ball when he set up teammate Giovanni Montesdeoca’s goal with a nice move off the dribble and a picture perfect cross. The Tar Heels topped Duke 2-0 to improve to 3-1-2.
|Daniel Pereira – Sophomore – Midfielder – Virginia Tech – Virginia Tech needed a big play in order to leave Charlottesville with a win and the sophomore midfielder from Roanoke provided it when he sent a blast into the far post from eight yards outside the box to score the lone goal of the evening in the Hokies 1-0 win over rival Virginia. The Hokies improve to 3-1-2.
|Marcello Jones – Junior – Midfielder – Coastal Carolina – The Englishman had a productive evening netting the game-winning goal and contributing the assist on teammate Noah Glorioso’s goal to help power the Chanticleers to a 3-0 win over Georgia State on the road. Coastal Carolina improves to 5-1-0 and will face Georgia Southern again on Friday, November 13 in the Sun Belt Tournament.
|George Proctor – Senior – Defender – Georgia State – Proctor who is from Leeds, England earned a repeat spot on the College Soccer News Team of the Week when he sent a shot into the back of the frame from outside the box in the 86th minute of play to give the Panthers a hard fought 1-0 win over Central Arkansas. Georgia State is 9-2-0 and will face Central Arkansas again on Friday, November 13 in the Sun Belt Tourney.
|Paul Tyson – Senior – Goalkeeper – Georgia State – Tyson was solid between the pipes anchoring a Georgia State defense that shutout Central Arkansas 1-0. Central Arkansas had topped the Panthers 2-0 when the two teams faced each other earlier in the fall season.
|Mathijs Swaneveld – Senior – Goalkeeper – Virginia Tech – Swaneveld who hails from The Netherlands anchored a Virginia Tech defense that shutout Notre Dame 1-0 and Virginia 1-0 on the road.