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College Soccer News – National Team Of The Week – Week Ending November 29, 2015

Trevor Davock – Freshman – Forward – Boston College Davock, who is from Medway, Massachusetts, netted the lone goal for Boston College when he back heeled a ball into the goal with a double assist coming from Simon Enstrom and Isaac Normesinu as Boston College advanced past number three seeded Georgetown when they prevailed 5-4 in a penalty kick shootout after the contest was tied 1-1 at the conclusion of 110 minutes of play. Davock also converted his penalty kick attempt. The Eagles continue along the road to the College Cup as they advance to the Elite Eight to face ACC foe Syracuse on Saturday. 
Kyle Murphy – RS Senior – Forward – Clemson Murphy netted the game-winning goal for Clemson in their 3-2 come from behind win over UC Santa Barbara in the Sweet Sixteen. The goal was set up by nice passes from forward Thales Moreno and midfielder Saul Chinchilla. Murphy has scored a total of eight goals this year to help power the Tiger attack. Clemson improves to 17-2-2 and advances to the Elite Eight where they will host the University of Maryland on Friday, December 7 at 7 p.m. 
Jordan Morris – Junior – Forward – Stanford  Morris utiized his speed and touch on the ball to net Stanford's first goal with an assist from Eric Verso in the Cardinal's 3-1 win over Ohio State in the Sweet Sixteen. He also contributed what proved to be the game-winning goal when he placed a shot into the upper left corner of the goal from twelve yards out after receiving a pass from freshman midfielder Amir Bashti. Stanford advances to the Elite Eight and will travel cross country to tangle with the number one seeded Wake Forest Demon Deacons on Saturday.  
Mael Corboz – Senior – Midfielder – Maryland  Corboz contributed the assists on the goals scored by teammates Ivan Magalhaes and Eryk Williamson to help number ten seeded Maryland secure an impressive 2-1 win over number seven seeded Notre Dame in South Bend. Corboz has a total of twelve helpers to date for a Maryland team that improves to 12-5-5 and advances to the Elite Eight where they will tangle with number two seeded Clemson on Friday, December 4 at Historic Riggs Field.  
Ricky Greensfelder – RS Junior – Midfielder – Wake Forest  Greensfelder effectively made the most of the twenty-eight minutes he was on the pitch. When he reentered the contest in the 84th minute he proceeded to make the play of the game in the 88th minute when after receiving a cross from Ian Harkes he utilized his left foot to send a shot into the right corner of the net from eighteen yards out to give Wake Forest a 1-0 win over Indiana. The goal was Greensfelder's second of the 2015 season and his fifth-career game-winner.  The number one seeded Demon Deacons improve to 17-2-2 and continue their march forward on the road to the College Cup with their first appearnace in the Elite Eight since the 2009 season. 
Timo Pitter – Senior – Midfielder – Creighton  Pitter came through in the clutch for the Bluejays when he netted the lone goal of the contest from the top of the box to give Creighton the edge they needed to top number five seeded North Carolina in Chapel Hill 1-0. The goal was Pitter's tenth of the year and fifth game-winner. The number twelve seeded Bluejays secure a huge on the road win under the direction of head coach Elmar Bolowich to improve to 19-3-0 and advance to the Elite Eight for the fourth time in the past five seasons.  
Liam Callahan – Redshirt Junior – Midfielder – Syracuse Callahan assisted on the goals scored by teammates freshman defender Miles Robinson and forward Noah Rhynhart in Syracuse's 3-1 win over Seattle. Callahan has a total of eight assists so far this year. Kamad Miller scored the third Orange goal with Julian Buescher who now has a total of eleven helpers contributing the assist. Syracuse improves to 15-5-3 and advances to host Boston College in the Elite Eight. 
Andrew Souders – Senior – Defender – Akron Souders was a key part of an Akron backline that contained a very good SMU defense to help the Zips advance past SMU 2-1 in the Sweet Sixteen to earn the right to host number twelve seeded Creighton in the Elite Eight on Saturday, December 5 at 4 p.m. at FirstEnergy Field. Number four seeded Akron improves to 17-3-2.   
Aaron Jones – Junior – Defender – Clemson The transfer from Georgia State has added additional value to the Clemson backline all year. He made a nice move off the dribble to get past several defenders and fired a rocket into the back of the net just before halftime to score a key goal in Clemson's 3-2 win over a very determined and talented UCSB team. The number two seeded Tigers improve to 17-2-2 and advance to the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 2005 season.  
Len Zeugner – Sophomore – Defender – Boston College Zeugner was part of a very solid Boston College back line that held a very explosive Georgetown Hoyas offense to a single goal in 110 minutes of play. Boston College senior Alex Kapp had two saves in goal in the contest. Atobra Ampadu, Joshua Forbes, and Mohammed Moro rounded out the back line. Zeugner also converted the deciding fifth penalty kick to give the Eagles the edge they needed to prevail 5-4 in a penalty kick shootout to survive and advance to the Elite Eight. 
Connor Sparrow – Senior – Goalkeeper – Creighton Sparrow had four saves in goal to pick up his twenty-third career shutout to anchor a very stout Creighton defense that shutout number five seeded North Carolina 1-0 in the Sweet Sixteen. Creighton improves to 19-3-0 and advances to the Elite Eight where they will face number four seeded Akron with the winner of that one advancing to the Final Four. 


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