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College Soccer News – Women’s National Team Of The Week – Week Ending April 4, 2021

The College Soccer News National Team Of The Week Recognizes Individuals Who Played A Key Role In The Success That Their Teams Enjoyed During The Week.

Emely van der Vliet – Freshman – Forward – UT Martin – Van der Viet contributed a goal with an assist from senior forward Jaden Hildreth in UT Martin’s 2-0 win over Austin Peay. She also became only the seventh Skyhawk to record a hat trick when she placed three in the back of the frame to help power UT Martin past Eastern Kentucky 5-1. The Skyhawks improve to 5-3-1.
Rachel Sullivan – Senior – Forward – Siena – Sullivan scored for the third time in four contests during the spring season when she notched what proved to be the game-winning goal in Siena’s 1-0 win over Niagara with an assist from freshman midfielder Grace George. The Saints are off to their best start in eleven years with a 4-0-0 record.
Jill Aguilera – Senior – Forward – Arizona – Aguilera who hails from Redwood City, California recorded her sixth career brace to help Arizona top Stanford 2-1 to secure the Wildcats first win over the Cardinal in sixteen years. Teammate senior forward Jada Talley also contributed two assists in the win over Stanford. Aguilera also contributed the assist on Talley’s game-winning goal in Arizona’s 1-0 win over California. The Wildcats improve to 8-4-0.
Sydny Nasello – Junior – Forward – South Florida – Nasello who is from Land O’Lakes, Florida contributed the assist on senior midfielder Katie Kitching’s goal and netted the game-winning goal in South Florida’s 2-1 win over a very good Memphis team. The Bulls improve to 7-0-1 with a perfect 6-0-0 mark in American Athletic Conference action.
Frankie Tagliaferri – Senior – Midfielder – Penn State – The Nittany Lion captain from Colts Neck, New Jersey scored in each half and contributed three assists to play a key role in Penn State’s 6-0 thumping of Big Ten foe Maryland on senior day at University Park. The Nittany Lions improve to 9-1-1.
Olivia McKnight – Sophomore – Midfielder – Binghamton University – McKnight found the back of the net twice and assisted on the goal scored by teammate Essie Bonney to lead Binghamton in a 4-1 America East Conference win over NJIT. She also contributed the helper on junior midfielder Ivana Pjetri’s goal in the Bearcats 2-0 win over America East opponent Vermont. Binghamton is 4-1-0 with a 3-1-0 mark in conference play.
Yazmeen Ryan – Senior – Midfielder – TCU – Ryan who hails from Norman, Oklahoma added a ton of firepower to the Horned Frogs attack scoring two goals and assisting on the goals scored by midfielder Olivia Hasler and forward Grace Collins in TCU’s dominating 4-0 win over nationally ranked Oklahoma State. The Frogs improve to 10-0-1.
Sami Siems – Junior – Midfielder – Montana – Siems headed in the game-winner in overtime on Friday to give Montana the edge they needed to top Sacramento State 1-0. She also scored twice to help power the Grizzlies past Sacrament State again on Sunday. Montana is 7-0-0 with a 6-0-0 mark in Big Sky Conference play.
Renee Guion – Junior – Defender – Clemson – Guion decisively converted a penalty kick in the 98th minute of the match to secure a 1-0 win for Clemson over the Alabama Crimson Tide. Guion was also part of a very solid Tiger defense. Clemson improves to 11-4-0 and will travel to Columbia to square off with a very good South Carolina team on Saturday, April 10 in what looks to be a great college soccer contest.
Mia Gyau – Redshirt Senior – Defender – Duke – Gyau who is from Colesville, Maryland scored the lone goal of the game and was part of a solid Blue Devil defense that limited NC State to two shot attempts on goal in route to a 1-0 win on the road over the Wolfpack. Duke improves to 10-5-2.
Price Loposer – Freshman – Defender – Mississippi – Loposer who is from Madison, Mississippi was a key part of a rock solid Mississippi defense that shutout a good Arkansas State team 1-0 holding them to a total of only four shots. Mississippi is 9-5-0 overall with a 5-0-0 mark to date in the spring season during which time they have allowed a total of only two goals.
Stevie Holbrook – Senior – Goalkeeper – Cleveland State – Holbrook who hails from Huron, Ohio had a six save evening between the pipes to anchor a Viking defense that secured a 3-0 shutout victory over Robert Morris. Freshman midfielder Kathryn Ramicone scored twice to lead the way for Cleveland State on the offensive side of the ball. The Vikings are now 5-4-0 overall.
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