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College Soccer News – National Team Of The Week – Week Ending September 4, 2016

College Soccer News – National Team Of The Week  

Jon Gallagher – Junior – Forward – Notre Dame  Gallagher played a key role in Notre Dame's 2-1 come from behind win over Stanford and their 5-0 victory over California. He scored from fourteen yards out off a give and go with forward Jeffrey Farina in the 86th minute of play in the contest with Stanford. He scored out of a break away with an assist from goalkeeper Chris Hubbard in the win over California and assisted on the goals scored by teammates Evan Panken and Mark Gormely. The Irish improve to 4-0-0. 
Siggi Benonysson – Freshman- Forward – HPU   Benonysson scored the Panthers' lone goal in their 1-1 tie with Detroit. He also scored in HPU's 4-2 win over St. Bonaventure. Benonysson has been a force on the offensive side of the ball for High Point University scoring a total of four goals and contribuing an assit in three games. The Panthers are off an running with a solid 2-0-1 record to date.  
Skyler Milne – Senior – Forward – Utah Valley  Milne had a total of three goals and an assist in Utah Valley's two wins in the Grand Prairie Classic. He scored twice and contributed an assist in the 4-2 win over Evansville and netted the lone goal in Utah Valley's 1-0 win over Bradley.  The Wolverines improve to 3-0-0 year to date.  
Timmy Mueller – Junior – Forward – Oregon State  Mueller found the back of the net three times for the Beavers to break open a contest with San Jose State that had been scoreless at intermission. Mueller established once again that he is tough for opposing defenders to contain when he has the ball at his feet in the attacking third. The 3-0 win over San Jose State improves Oregon States record to 3-0-0 year to date. 
Mason Robertson – Senior – Forward – Washington Robertson, who missed a large portion of the 2015 season due to injury, helped give the Huskies the offensive firepower they needed to secure a 2-1 win over Saint Mary's (Ca) and a 4-2 victory over Oral Roberts. He converted a header in the tenth minute of play after receiving a cross from junior defender Justin Fiddes in the contest with St. Mary's.  He also scored twice in Washinton's win over Oral Roberts. The Huskies have won two straight games after dropping their season opener. 
Luka Prpa – Freshman – Midfielder – Marquette The freshman midfielder from Wind Lake, Wisconsin has been a force. Prpa had back-to-back two goal and two assist games to play a key role in Marquette's 4-1 win at home over NIU and their 4-1 come from behind win on the road over UIC. Prpa had a hand in all of Marquette's eight goals last week. 
Kevin Feucht – Junior – Midfielder – UC Santa Barbara Feucht came up big once again this week for UC Santa Barbara. He scored the Gaucho's first two goals in their 5-2 win over San Diego. He also contributed the assist on teammate Nick DePuy's game-winning goal in UCSB's 1-0 win over a very competitive St. Mary's (Ca) team. The Gauchos are off to a perfect 4-0-0 start. 
Tucker Stephenson – Sophomore – Midfielder – West Va.   The sophomore linkman from Overland Park, Kansas has been a difference maker for the Mountaineers on the offensive side of the ball. He came off the bench to again score a key goal for West Virginia. Stephenson netted the lone goal of the evening out of a free kick served in by junior midfielder Joey Piatczyc to give the Mountaineers the edge they needed to top Princeton out of the Ivy League 1-0. West Virginia improves to 2-1-0.  
Callum Montgomery – Sophomore – Defender – Charlotte Montgomery was part of a Charlotte defense that recorded two shutouts this week. He also made a contribution on the offensive side of the ball. Montgomery converted a header with an assist from Brandt Bronico to open the scoring for the 49ers in their 5-0 win over Hofstra and scored twice to play a key role in Charlotte's 5-0 win over Rutgers. The 49ers begin the 2016 seaon with two very impressive wins.   
Francesco Tiozzo – Freshman – Defender – Winthrop The Eagle center back anchored back-to-back shutouts for Winthrop as they topped Mercer 2-0 in overtime and Wofford 1-0 in overtime to win the Big South/SoCON Challenge. Tiozzo also netted the golden goal in the 100th minute of play in the 1-0 win over Wofford.  
Robert Moewes – Graduate Student – Goalkeeper – Duke  Moewes joined Duke as a graduate student this year after being named the 2015 America East Goalkeeper of the Year at Binghamton. Moewes had a huge eight save evening between the pipes against UCLA on the road that included several saves a close range. He did all the things he needed to do in goal to give Duke the opportunity to prevail. Junior midfielder Brian White scored in the 88th minute of the contest to give Duke a very solid momentum building 1-0 win over the Bruins. The Blue Devils are 2-0-1.  


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