BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania – Loyola Maryland won three of the five weekly Patriot League Men’s Soccer awards, while Holy Cross and Lehigh took home the remaining two, as the League announced the honors on Monday.
Loyola senior forward Kelan Swales won the offensive player of the week title, while graduate student Justin Ingram was named midfielder of the week and graduate student Chase Vosvick was named goalkeeper. goal of the week.
Lehigh second-year defender Hassane Diakho was named Defensive Player of the Week, while Holy Cross first-year forward Jon Klein completed the awards as Rookie of the Week.
US senior forward David Coly and second-year midfielder Ethan Boyle, West Point Army senior goaltender Jacob Suppiah, Bucknell first-year defenseman Gabe Dahlin, Lafayette David’s junior midfielder Mizrahi and senior defenseman Andrew Venezia, and senior Navy goaltender Tyler Fahning each received honorable mention laurels.
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Calendar to come
Tuesday, October 5
Loyola Maryland at NJIT, 7 p.m.
West Virginia at Lehigh, 7 p.m. (ESPN +)
Colgate at Syracuse, 7 p.m.
Boston U at Harvard, 7 p.m. (ESPN +)
Bucknell at Binghamton, 7 p.m.
saturday 9 october
Boston U American Style, 2 p.m. (ESPN +)
Bucknell at Colgate, 4 p.m. (ESPN +)
Lafayette at Loyola Maryland, 5 p.m. (ESPN +)
Army to Navy, 7 p.m. (ESPN +)
Sunday 10 October
Lehigh at Holy Cross, 4 p.m.
Offensive player of the week
Kelan Swales, Loyola Maryland, Sr., F, Leeds, England / Cardinal Heenan Catholic
* Swales led Loyola offensively with seven points (3 goals, 1 assist) in two 3-0 wins over William & Mary and Boston University.
* The senior registered five points (2 goals, 1 assist), the most by a Patriot League player in a game this season, in Wednesday’s home win over William & Mary. He assisted on the first goal in the 23rd minute and added a pair of key insurance hits in the second half to help the Greyhounds end a 10-game winless streak against W&M, overtaking the Tribe for the first time. since 1998.
* He then scored the game-winning goal in Loyola’s 3-0 win at Boston U on Saturday, opening the scoring in the 18th minute.
Middle of the week
Justin Ingram, Loyola Maryland, Gr., M / F, Indianapolis, Ind./Pike
* Ingram totaled five points (1 goal, 3 assists) in a pair of 3-0 wins for the Greyhounds last week.
* Ingram had two assists in Wednesday’s win over William & Mary, including the first assist over first-half game winner Jordan Wiley, as he helped Loyola defeat the tribe for the first time since 1998.
* The graduate student added a goal and assist in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Boston University. He got the first assist on game-winner Kelan Swales in the first half and added an insurance goal for Loyola in the 88th minute.
* He leads the Greyhounds with 11 points (3 goals, 5 assists) during the year, taking into account eight of the team’s 13 total goals.
Defensive player of the week
Hassane Diakho, Lehigh, So., D, Dakar, Senegal / South Kent Scholl (Connecticut)
* Diakho helped keep the Black Knights (the Patriot League’s scoring leader) goalless for the first 84 minutes of the game in the team’s 2-1 win.
* The runner-up also helped keep the score tied for the final five minutes before the Mountain Hawks scored the game-winning goal in the final minute.
Goalkeeper of the week
Chase Vosvick, Loyola Maryland, Gr., GK, Phoenix, Md./Montverde Academy
* Vosvick recorded the 22nd and 23rd shutouts of his college career last week, making a save in each of Loyola’s two 3-0 wins over William & Mary and Boston U.
* He kept his clean sheet in Loyola’s first victory against Tribu since 1998 with a plunging save in the 58th minute.
* The goaltender improved his season record to 4-2-1 with an average of 0.42 and save percentage of 0.870. He currently leads the Patriot League and ranks in the domestic top 15 in both GAA and save percentage.
Rookie of the week
Jon Klein, Holy Cross, Fr., F, Natick, Mass./Buckingham Browne & Nichols
* Klein scored a goal and an assist in the 3-1 win over Colgate on Friday night.
* The freshman scored the game-winning goal against the Raiders when he broke the tie 1-1 in the 60th minute.
* He then added an assist on Dylan Scanley’s goal in the 62nd minute to give the Crusaders a 3-1 lead.
David Coly, American, Sr., F, Dakar, Senegal / Mercersburg Academy
* Coly scored one goal and recorded two assists during the week as the American claimed two victories. He extended his points streak to six games, a far cry from his school record.
Ethan Boyle, American, So., M, Denver, Colorado / Denver East
* Boyle scored the winning goal in overtime to help the American defeat Bucknell for the first time since 2016.
Jacob Suppiah, Army West Point, Sr., GK, Memphis, Tenn./Memphis University School
* Suppiah earned his fourth victory between the posts Wednesday with a clean sheet against the Terriers in his second shutout of the season.
Gabe Dahlin, Bucknell, Fr., D, Gothenberg, Sweden / Glen Ridge (NJ)
* Dahlin was part of a defense that allowed just eight shots total and just two on goal in 94 minutes against Lehigh on Wednesday night. Dahlin then scored his first college goal on Saturday in a 2-1 loss to the defending American League champion.
David Mizrahi, Lafayette, Jr., M, Aventura, Florida / University
* Mizrahi scored the only goal in the Leopards’ victory over Colgate on Saturday.
Andrew Venezia, Lafayette, Sr., D, Lincroft, NJ / Christian Brothers Academy
* Venezia scored her first goal of the season from a penalty kick in the 75th minute of action to tie the game and eventually send it to overtime against Navy. He then recorded the game’s only assist, on the Leopards’ only goal of the game by David Mizrahi in the 26th minute of action in the 1-0 against Colgate.
Tyler Fahning, Navy, Sr., GK, Victoria, Minn./Minnetonka
* Fahning scored his sixth shutout of the season this weekend against Holy Cross, the most in the Patriot League this season.
8:30 am – Oscar Pereira, Army West Point
9.6 – Marcos Kitromilides, Lafayette
9.13 – Jordan Miller, Bucknell
9.20 – Max Krause, Sainte-Croix
9.27 – Sidney Paris, Marine
8:30 a.m. – Justin Ingram, Loyola Maryland
9.6 – Matt McGonigle, Sainte-Croix
9.13 – Oscar Pereira, Army West Point
9.20 – Quinn Matulis, Boston University
9.27 – Yiannis Panayides, Lafayette
8:30 am – Matthew Lala, Loyola Maryland
9.6 – Matt Nocita, Marine
9.13 – D’Anthony Brown, Army West Point
9.20 – Sean Graham, Loyola Maryland
9.27 – Eoin Martin, Lafayette
8.30 – Chase Vosvick, Loyola Maryland
9.6 – Tyler Fahning, Marine
9.13 – Chase Vosvick, Loyola Maryland
9.20 – Francesco Montali, Boston University
9.27 – Alex Sutton, Lafayette
8:30 a.m. – Evan Jones, Sainte-Croix
9.6 – Evan Jones, Sainte-Croix
9.13 – Brian Hernandez, Boston University
9.20 – Evan Jones, Sainte-Croix
9.27 – Dominic Dominguez, American
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