Jorge Gomez Sanchez leads the list of top performers from Week 4

Top Performers

Spanish midfielder Jorge Gomez Sanchez’s arrival at Temple this season is a big reason why the Owls are off to such a great start. His four goals in Week 4 helped the Owls beat two local rivals in Villanova and Penn. Sanchez scored all three goals in the Penn victory and scored the game-winner to beat Villanova.

Here are some other top performers from Week 4 of the college soccer season.

Gordon Wild, Forward, USC Upstate
The freshman phenom from Steimel, Germany had another huge week with five goals, including his second hat trick of the season. His 12 goals have him at the top of the national scoring charts.

Jordan Morris, Forward, Stanford
Morris is the most high profile college soccer player for good reason. He capped off a week in which he was the only college player named to the U.S. U-23 Olympic qualifying roster with an overtime goal in Stanford’s win over Davidson and also scored a goal in a 3-1 win over San Francisco.

Carlos Gonzalez, Forward, Cal State Northridge
The senior came off the bench and notched a hat trick in 29 minutes against Saint Mary’s on Friday.

Colton Storm, Defender, North Carolina
The “North Carolina Storms Notre Dame” headline that’s been a long time coming for the Tar Heels was finally written after the junior defender scored a goal and assisted on a pair of goals in North Carolina’s emphatic win over Notre Dame on Friday night.

Tucker Hume, Forward, North Carolina
The redshirt junior who transferred from Rollins College had another solid week, scoring a great goal at the buzzer to end the first half of the Tar Heels win over Notre Dame and scoring the game-winning goal to beat North Florida on Monday.

Jake Rozhansky, Midfielder, Virginia
Rozhansky had a pair of game-winning goals against NC State and James Madison and had another solid outing in a Virginia win over VCU on Monday night.

Noah Keats, Midfielder, Incarnate Word
Keats registered a hat trick in Incarnate Word’s 8-1 shellacking of Central Arkansas on Friday night.

Logan Mendez, Midfielder, Omaha
The senior had a huge game for the Mavs against Bradley, scoring a goal and delivering a pair of assists, including one on the golden goal.

Theo Jamilloux, Goalkeeper, Louisville
The French keeper who transferred from FAU made his Cardinals debut last week and helped preserve a draw for his team with a brilliant display of goalkeeping. Down a man from the 60th minute through overtime, Jamilloux stepped up with six key saves in the match.

Sam Gainford, Forward, Akron
The sophomore from Liverpool, England had an assists on all three of Akron’s goals in their only game last week, a 3-3 draw with rivals Ohio State. He has four goals and three assists on the season.

Niko Hansen, Midfielder, New Mexico
Niko scored the game-winner on Friday against Missouri State and the game-tying goal against American in the 85th minute of a game the Lobos ended up winning in overtime on Sunday.

Jalen Brown, Midfielder, Xavier
Brown scored the first goal on the Irish defense this season after five straight shutouts and it held up as the winner.

Nicholas O’Callaghan, Defender, Elon
The freshman had a goal and an assist in the Phoenix’s 3-1 win over Drexel and was a key piece in the defense that held a clean sheet against Wake Forest.

Zach Carroll, Defender, Michigan State
Carroll anchored a defense that limited Maryland to only one shot in a scoreless draw against the conference favorites on Friday night.

 

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