United Soccer Coaches announces College Player of the Week awards
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – United Soccer Coaches announced its College Player of the Week awards with three student-athletes representing NCAA Divisions I and II.
Oregon State junior forward Gloire Amanda (Edmonton, Alberta Canada) scored all three goals for the Beavers in their two wins against Portland University and Gonzaga. Amanda was selected as College Soccer News Player of the Week.
In NCAA Division II, Union’s freshman goalkeeper Botond Nemeth (Budapest, Hungary) logged five saves during his first career shutout in a 3-0 win over Delta State. On the women’s side, West Georgia junior forward Sadie Prince (Alpharetta, Ga.) scored two goals in the Wolves’ 4-1 victory against Shorter University.
Each Tuesday during the college regular season, United Soccer Coaches selects a men’s and women’s Player of the Week for NCAA Divisions I, II, and III and Junior College competition based on nominations from schools and conferences. Nominations are due every Tuesday by 10 a.m. CT to be considered.
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