Sept. 17, 2007
Men's Soccer Player of the Week
Jake Stacy, Michigan
Jr., F, Grand Rapids, Mich./Forest Hills Central
Stacy earns his second consecutive weekly award after posting one goal and three assists at the Michigan Invitational over the weekend. The junior netted one score and helped on another as the Wolverines downed Kentucky, 4-0, on Friday. Stacy then assisted on two of Michigan's five goals in a 5-1 win over Florida Atlantic on Sunday. The Grand Rapids, Mich., native leads the conference with 11 total points, averaging 1.83 per game this year.
Last MICH POW: Jake Stacy (9/10/07)
Men's Soccer Co-Defensive Players of the Week
Misha Rosenthal, Northwestern
So., GK, Miami, Fla./Gulliver Prep
Rosenthal earns his first career honor after posting a pair of shutouts at the NIU adidas/Baymont Inn Invitational over the weekend. The sophomore registered two saves and contributed an assist as Northwestern defeated Butler, 3-0, on Friday. In the event's title game against Missouri-Kansas City on Sunday, Rosenthal hauled in another two saves as the Wildcats earned a 3-0 victory. The Miami, Fla., native has played in all six of Northwestern's games this year and has helped the Wildcats to their best start in school history at 5-0-1.
Last NU Defensive POW: Will Briley, (10/3/05)
Alex Horwath, Wisconsin
So., GK, Woodbine, Md./McDonogh
Horwath takes home his first career weekly accolade after leading Wisconsin to a 1-0 upset victory over No. 20 Gonzaga on Friday at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Classic. The sophomore matched his career high with five saves as he helped the Badgers to their second consecutive win over a nationally ranked opponent. The Woodbine, Md., native now has four shutouts in five career starts with Wisconsin.
Last WIS Defensive POW: Nick Caronna (9/10/07)