Indiana Sweeps Player of the Week Honors

Oct. 10, 2005

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Offensive Player of the Week
Josh Tudela, Indiana
JR, MF, Evansville, Ind./Evansville North

Tudela earns his first Offensive Player of the Week honor this season after scoring three of the Hoosiers' four goals and helping Indiana to a set of road victories. The junior scored both goals against Louisville before having a hand in the 2-0 victory over Michigan. He has now moved into a tie for the team lead in goals with five so far this season.

Defensive Player of the Week
Chris Munroe, Indiana
SO, GK, Indianapolis, Ind./North Central

Munroe claims his first Defensive Player of the Week laurel of the season after helping the Hoosier defense record two shutouts.  The sophomore goalkeeper made a four saves against Louisville and two against Michigan in 180 total minutes of play. Against Michigan he made a diving save in the second half to clinch the shutout victory. For the season Munroe leads the league in all games with a goals against average with 0.45.