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College Soccer News National Team Of The Week – Week Ending October 26, 2014

Jamie Dubyoski – Junior – Forward – Navy Dubyoski creates opportunitites.  He scored twice to lead the Mids past UMBC 2-0.  He also created a turnover in the box which he deposited into the back of the net and assisted on teammate Geoff Fries' game winning goal to help Navy sink Holy Cross 2-1.  Dubyoski is among the reasons why the Mids have won six straight and are now 10-4-2 overall with a 5-1-0 mak in Patriot League play. He has scored in four straight games and has a total of six game winning goals so far this year.   
Cyle Larin – Sophomore – Forward – Connecticut  Larin scored twice to help power the Huskies past Temple 3-1 as head coach Ray Reid earned his 400th win. Larin also netted the game winning goal after receiving a pass from teammate Kwame Awuah in UConn's 2-1 win over SMU. The surging Huskies improve to 7-6-2 overall and move into first place in the American Athletic Conference with a 5-1-1 record. 
Jason Grant – Senior – Forward – Western Michigan  Grant's second goal of the 2014 season and the tenth of his carrear was a big one.  He slotted a shot into the lower corner of the goal from eighteen yards out off a double assist from teammates Greg Timmer and Sean Conerty to give the Broncos the edge they needed to secure a 1-0 on the road win over Akron in MAC play.  WMU improves to 8-4-3 overall and moves into first place in the MAC with a 2-0-1 record. 
Mamadee Nyepon – Senior – Forward – High Point  Nyepon scored twice and assisted on Renato Punyed's game winning goal in HPU's 3-2 overtime win over a very talented Winthrop team. He now has forty career goals to become High Point's all-time leader in goals scored.  His first score was a header placed just inside the far post off an assist from teammate Avery Ryan. His second shot was from close range after creating the space he needed to slot the ball into the back of the frame after receiving a ball from Ebe Kudolo.  HPU is now 7-6-1 with a 4-1-0 mark in Big South Conference play.  
Zach Bond – Sophomore – Forward – Rider  Bond and his Rider teammates had a productive week of play topping Saint Peter's 4-0 and Siena 6-1 in MAAC play to improve to 8-5-2 overal with a 5-3-0 mark in conference action to move into a tie for first place.  Bond alertly placed a rebound into the back of the net and skillfully lofted two shots into the goal to record a hat trick in the win over Saint Peter's. He also assisted on one of teammate Jose Aguinaga's two scores in the victory over Siena.  
Timi Mulgrew – Senior – Midfielder – George Mason  Mulgrew came up big once again scoring his 11th and 12th goals of the year to enable George Mason to come from behind to defeat the Davidson Wildcats 2-1 in overtime in Atlantic 10 play. Henning Dirks set up Mulgrew's first goal with a well played and timed cross into the box that Mulgrew headed into the goal. Mulgrew netted the game winner when he converted a penalty kick in overtime. The Patriots improve to 10-3-3 overall with a 3-2-1 win in A-10 play.  
Chris Wehan – RS Sophomore – Midfielder – New Mexico   Wehan scored from close range after receiving a through ball from Niko Hansen and sent a highlight reel blast into the back of the net from thirty yards out to lead New Mexico to a 4-0 win over Old Dominion is a CUSA match. The Lobos have now won six out of their last eight contests to improve to 10-3-1 with a 3-2-0 mark in conference play. 
Napo Matsoso – Sophomore – Midfielder – Kentucky   In a game of momentum shifts that required overtime to determine a winner, Matsoso netted a hat trick as Kentucky topped South Carolina 4-3 to move into first place in the CUSA standings. His first goal came from six yards out with a double assist from Charlie Reymann and Bryan Celis. His second goal was a rocket from twenty yards out with Celis providing the assist.  His third score came from within the box after receiving a pass from Justin Laird.  
Cory Brown – Freshman – Defender – Xavier  Brown who hails from New Zealand was a key part of a bend but don't break Xavier defensive effort that shutout a very good Marquette team 1-0 at Valley Fields in Milwaukee. After a rocky start the Muskeeters have now settled in and are unbeaten in their last nine contests during which time they have only allowed three goals. Xavier improves to 10-3-2 with a 4-0-2 mark in Big East play. Sophomore forward Jalen Brown scored the game winner for Xavier. 
Cole Seiler – Junior – Defender – Georgetown Seiler was a valuable part of a solid Georgetown defensive effort that enabled the Hoyas to shutout the Creighton Bluejays 1-0 at Morrison Stadium in Omaha in a pivotal Big East Conference contest. With the victory the Hoyas get back into the win column and improve to 8-3-4 with a 3-2-1 mark in conference play. Freshman midfielder Arun Basuljevic netted the game winning goal for Georgetown with an assist from senior forward Austin Martz.  
Wesley Matthews – Sophomore – Defender – Rhode Island The Ram center back anchored a defense that helped produce a 4-1 win over Massachusetts and a 2-0 shutout of Saint Joseph's. Matthews assisted on Dante Lamb's game winning goal in the win over Massachusetts and converted a header out of a free kick that proved to be the game winner in the contest with Saint Joseph's. The Rams are unbeaten in their past eleven matches to improve to 10-3-3 with a 6-0-0 mark in A-10 play.  
Austin Pack – Junior – Goalkeeper – Charlotte  Pack was outstanding between the pipes for the 49ers making the keep stops that he needed to make to put his team in position to prevail. He had four saves including several key stops in Charlotte's 0-0 tie on the road with Marshall.  He was rock solid in Charlotte's 1-0 win over UAB during which he recorded six saves. The 49ers improve to 11-2-1 with a 4-1-1 mark in CUSA play.  


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