Aaron Horvat – Sophomore – Forward – Milwaukee –
Horvat tied the Horizon League and Milwaukee record when he scored four goals to power the Panthers past the University of Detroit 5-3. He also became the first Milwaukee player since Neil Dombrowski in 2005 to record a hat trick. Panther head coach Kris Kelderman who is in his second season at the helm of the program stated, "Aaron had a fantastic performance today. Not only did he score four times, but they were all really nice goals. The build-up on all of his goals was very nice combination play, but he finished with beautiful goals."
Horvat's first goal of the evening was a header off an assist from teammate Austin Toth. He netted his second goal after receiving a well played cross with a double assist from Rami Younes and Robbie Boyd. Junior midfielder Luke Goodnetter assisted on Horvat's third goal and the fourth was unassisted.
UWM is off to an impressive 7-0-1 start. The Panthers will place their undefeated record on the line when they travel to Nebraska to face Omaha on Wednesday, October 2.