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College Soccer News – National Team of the Week – Week Ending October 22, 2017

Robin Schmidt – GS – Forward – New Hampshire Schmidt scored twice to help the Wildcats come from behind to defeat Dartmouth 4-2.  He also netted both of New Hampshires' goals in their 2-0 win over America East Conference foe Stony Brook. Schmidt has found the back of the net a total of six times so far this year. The Wildcats win their fifth straight contest to improve to 11-1-3 overall.  
Jonathan Bolanos – Sophomore – Forward – High Point  Bolanos continues to provide offensive firepower for the Panthers netting his fifth goal for HPU in their last two contests. This week he made a nice move in the box to create the space and angle he needed to skillfully place a shot into the back of the frame in High Point's 3-1 win over Gardner-Webb in a Big South Conference match. HPU improves to 6-5-2 with a 4-1-0 mark in conference play. 
Garrett McLaughlin – Sophomore – Forward – SMU The Mustang striker from Oklahama City had a very productive week scoring twice in SMU's 2-0 win over Oral Roberts as well as both of the Mustang's goals in their 2-0 on the road victory over Cincinnati. SMU has now won six straight to up their record to 12-2-0 overall with a 4-1-0 mark in American Athletic Conference competition.  
Cal Jennings – Sophomore – Forward – UCF Jennings came up big for the Knights playing a key role in their 3-2 win over Connecticut at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium. The win was the first on the road victory for UCF since 2012. Freshman Hattabiou Barry assisted on Jennings' first goal. Jennings' second goal was a header in the box set up by a cross from teammate Ricardo Oliveros. UCF is 4-5-2 overall with a 2-2-1 record in American Athletic Conference action.   
Foster Langsdorf – Senior – Forward – Stanford Langsdorf converted a header out of a free kick with a double assist from Sam Werner and Tomas Hilliard-Arce to net what proved to be the game-winning goal in Stanford's 2-1 win over Washington in Seattle. He also scored Stanford's first goal after receiving a back-heeled pass from Amir Bashti to help the Cardinal top Oregon State in Corvallis 3-0. Stanford improves to 12-2-1 with a 6-0-1 mark in Pac-12 play. 
Tucker Bone – Junior – Midfielder – Air Force Bone is a difference maker. He contributed a goal and assisted on Danny Han's goal in Air Force's 3-0 win over UNLV.  He also scored and contributed two helpers to play a key role in Air Force's 3-1 come from behind win over Grand Canyon. The Falcons soar to a 11-1-3 overall record with a 5-0-2 mark in WAC play. 
Brandon Bye – Senior – Midfielder – Western Michigan Bye continues to light up the back of the net for Western Michigan. This week he scored twice in the Broncs 3-0 win over Green Bay. He also scored in the 96th minute of play to give Western Michigan the edge they needed to top West Virginia 1-0 on the road. The Broncos improve to 13-2-1 overall with a 3-0-0 mark in Mid-American Conference action. Bye has netted eleven goals so far this season.  
Victor Valls – RS Sophomore – Midfielder – Radford  Valls contributed the assist on teammate Sivert Daehlie's game-winning goal in Radford's 1-0 win over Virginia in Charlottesville. He also scored twice with Daehlie assisting on both goals to help power the Highlanders past Winthrop 2-0. Radford has now won three consecutive contests to improve to 9-4-2. 
Cam Lindley – Sophomore – Midfielder – North Carolina Lindley is a playmaker who makes good things happen. This week he assisted on one of freshman Lucas del Rosario's two goals in UNC's 2-1 come from behind win over Old Dominion. He also contributed a helper on Zach Wright's goal and netted a goal with an assist from Jelani Pieters to help the Tar Heels top Virginia Tech 4-0.  Lindley has seven goals and ten assists so far this year.  UNC improves to 13-2-1 with a 5-1-1 mark in Atlantic Coast Conference play.  
Jacob Bohm – Freshman – Defender – Fordham Bohm continues to come up with big plays for Fordham. He has now contrituted a goal in three out of Fordham's last five games. This week he sent a bullet into the top left corner of the frame to get Fordham on the scoreboard in their 2-0 shutout over Rhode Island in a key Atlantic 10 contest. Jannik Loebe scored the second Fordham goal of the evening. The Rams are now 10-3-2 overall with a 4-1-1 mark in Atlantic 10 action.  
Michael Pimlott – Sophomore – Defender – Michigan State  Pimlott's first career goal was a rocket into the back of the frame from the top of the box that proved to be the game-winner in Michigan State's 2-0 victory over Northwestern on the road.  He was also part of a solid Spartan defensive anchored by goalkeeper Jimmy Hague that shutout Northwestern to record its tenth clean sheet of the season.  Michigan State improves to 11-2-2 with a 5-0-2 mark in Big Ten play.   
JT Marcinkowski – Junior – Goalkeeper – Georgetown The Hoya team captain had eight saves between the pipes including several key stops to anchor a Georgetown defense that shutout Maryland 1-0. Freshman midfielder Jacob Montes netted the game-winning goal for the Hoyas. Marcinkowski also had a solid five save evening to help Georgetown shutout Seton Hall 3-0 in a Big East Conference contest. Georgetown improves to 11-2-1 overall with a 4-1-0 record in conference play. 


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