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College Soccer News National Team Of The Week – Week Ending October 25, 2015

Abu Danladi – Sophomore – Forward – UCLA Danladi scored twice to power UCLA to a 6-0 win over California on Monday. His first goal came after a great individual effort in which he quickly pushed the ball down the middle of the pitch and then drove a shot into the far left corner of the goal. His second goal came after he took advantage of a defensive miscue to intercept a pass and slot the ball between the legs of the keeper. Danladi also scored and assisted on teammate Seyi Adekoya's goal in the Bruin's 2-2 tie with Stanford and contributed a goal in their 4-3 loss to California on Sunday. UCLA is now 7-7-1 with a 3-3-1 mark in Pac-12 play.
Tucker Hume – RS Junior – Forward – North Carolina Hume has added additional and timely punch to the Tar Heel attack all year. He netted a goal and assisted on teammate Warren Marshall's first score in North Carolina's 6-1 thumping of non-conference foe Campbell.  He also converted a header out of a throw-in from Jordan McCrary in North Carolina's 2-1 win over Louisville in an ACC contest. The Tar Heels up their record to 13-1-1 with a 6-1-0 mark in ACC action.
Maik Schoonderwoerd – Senior – Forward – Dayton Schoonderwoerd produced a hat trick in the first staza of play to lead the Flyers to a 4-1 victory over Massachusetts in an Atlantic 10 match. His first goal was a header out of a free kick served in by Michael Frasca. His second goal was a header of a cross from Amass Amankona. His third score was from within the box with Frasca again contributing the assist. Dayton is now 9-4-2 overall with a 4-0-1 mark in conference play.
Silvert Daehlie – Freshman – Forward – Radford Daehlie drove a shot into the back of the net after receiving a cross from fellow freshman Jakob Stransater and scored in the box with an assist from sophomore Evan Szklennik to lead Radford past Liberty 3-0. He also scored twice in Radford's 5-0 win over Gardner-Webb. Daehlie has scored ten goals to date. The Highlanders improve to 12-2-1 with a 7-1-0 mark in Big South play. Liberty has big games coming up next week with non-conference foe Elon and Big South foe Coastal Carolina.
Jason Wright – Sophomore – Forward – Rutgers Wright continues to make big playes for the Scarlet Knights. He made a nice move off the dribble after receiving a punt from goalkeeper David Greczek and scored from six yards out to net Rutger's fist goal in their 2-0 win over Army. He also controlled then placed the rebound of teammate Miles Hackett's missed shot into the back of the goal to give the Scarlet Knights the edge they needed to top Ohio State 1-0. Wright has scored a total of thirteen goals so far this year. Rutgers improves to 10-4-1 overall with a 4-3-0 mark in Big Ten play.
Ethan Kutler – Junior – Forward – Colgate Kutler assisted on the goals scored by teammates Tyler Forbes and Aram Ouligan and scored himself from around the top of the box in Colgates' 3-3 tie with Hartwick. He also netted the game-winning goal off a give and go with teammate Jared Stroud to score from within the box to lead the Raiders to a 1-0 win over Navy in a Patriot League match. Colgate is now 7-6-2 with a 4-2-0 mark in conference play.
Kyle Parker – Senior – Forward – Charlotte Parker and his Charlotte teammates appear to be gaining momentum.  This week Parker converted a penalty kick, drove a one-timer into the lower right corner of the goal after a nice combination of passes from Brandt Bronico and Dominic Bonilla, and assisted on teammate Callum Montgomery's goal in Charlotte's 5-0 win over Virginia Tech. He also controlled the rebound of his own missed shot and slotted it into the top left corner of the frame to help the 49ers top South Carolina 2-0. Charlotte is now 7-4-2 overall and 4-0-1 in CUSA action.
Jabari Danzy – Senior – Midfielder – SIUE Danzy converted a header after receiving a cross from Justin Bilyeu and also alertly redeposited the rebound of his own missed shot into the back of the frame to play a key role in SIUE's gutsy come from behind win over Drake in a MVC game. Ivan Gutierrez netted the game-winner for the Cougars in overtime with Bilyeu contributing his second helper of the evening. SIUE has now won five straight to improve to 9-3-1 with a 3-1-0 mark in MVC action. SIUE has a big MVC contest coming up on Saturday when they travel to face Bradley.
Jackson Eskay – Senior – Midfielder – William and Mary Eskay had a productive week of play. He drove a bullet into the right side of the goal from twenty-five yards out and assisted on the goals scored by teammates Ryder Bell and Marcel Berry in William and Mary's 4-2 win over UNC Ashville. He also placed a shot into the right corner of the goal from just outside the box and scored from inside the box after making a nice move to create space to help the Tribe top Drexel 3-0 in a CAA contest. William and Mary improves to 6-7-2 with a 2-5-0 mark in CAA play.
Chase Minter – Senior – Midfielder – Cal Poly Minter is a playmaker who makes good things happen. In Cal Poly's 2-0 win over Sacramento State he provided the helper on the goals scored by Justin Dhillon and Bjorn Sandberg. In Cal Poly's dramatic come from behind 2-2 tie with rival UC Santa Barbara before a crowd of 14,919 fans at Harder Stadium, he began the come back for the Mustangs when he scored after receiving a pass from Jack O'Connor. Teammate freshman forward Jared Pressley also scored for Cal Poly with four ticks remaining on the clock in regulation.
Grant Lillard – Sophomore – Defender – Indiana Lillard was solid on both sides of the ball. He assisted on teammate BillyMcConnell's goal in IU's 2-1 win over Louisville. He also drove a header into the back of the net after it was set up by a double assist from teammates midfielder Matt Foldsey and forward Femi Hollinger-Janzen.  Indiana improves to 9-4-2 with a 2-3-1 mark in Big Ten play. IU closes out regular season play with when they host Wisconsin and travel to face Michigan State.
Zak Allen – Senior – Goalkeeper – Northwestern The Northwestern netminder who is from Chicago had an outstanding week between the pipes anchoring a stout defense that recorded a 1-1 tie with Notre Dame and topped Michigan State 1-0. Allen had twelve saves in the contest with the Irish and seven in the game with Big Ten foe Michigan State. Several of his stops were in the spectacular category and were definitely difference makers. Northwestern is 6-6-2 overall with a 3-3-0 record in Big Ten play.


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