New Mexico’s Chris Wehan leads list of top performers from Week 3

Top Performers

Redshirt junior midfielder Chris Wehan continued his impressive form to start the season, scoring a pair of game-winning goals to lead New Mexico to wins over Cal State Northridge and previously unbeaten Loyola Marymount in the third week of the college soccer season.

Wehan’s pair of game-winners gave him 6 for the season in five games for the 3-1-1 Lobos. Nicholas Rochowski’s goal against Loyola Marymount is the only Lobos goal that hasn’t been scored by Wehan this season.

Below are some other top performers from college soccer’s third week.

Norberto Ochoa, Forward, UC Riverside
The redshirt senior scored the first goal of his career in the 38th minute and then added two more to record just the second hat trick in the program’s Division 1 history in a 3-0 win over San Francisco on Friday night.

Jorge Gomez Sanchez, Midfielder, Temple
The junior scored four goals and added an assist in Temple’s two wins on the week, giving him 6 goals and 2 assists on the season, and was named the American Athletic Offensive Player of the Week.

Robby Sagel, Defender, Penn State
The junior who transferred after two seasons at Temple scored his first goal for Penn State to beat Indiana on Sunday and anchored a back line that pitched shutouts against James Madison and the 10th-ranked Hoosiers.

Liam Robley, Midfielder, American
American’s perfect start to the season was halted with a 4-3 loss to Fairleigh Dickinson on Sunday, but Robley was instrumental in leading the offense, assisting on all three of the Eagles goals. He had an assist earlier the week in a 2-0 win over Hofstra and leads the nation with 8 assists.

Brandon Allen, Forward, Georgetown
After a tough start to the season for the Hoya offense, Allen helped get things back on track with a pair of assists in Georgetown’s 3-1 win over UCLA and scored the 39th and 40th goals of his career in a 5-2 win over Radford on Saturday.

Richie Laryea, Midfielder, Akron
The sophomore from Toronto scored the game-winner to beat Maryland last Monday and added a goal and an assist in the match and added a pair of assists in a 3-2 win over St. Louis on Friday.

Timmy Mueller, Forward, Oregon State
The sophomore scored the game-winner in the 89th minute against Duquesne Friday night and netted both goals in a 2-0 win over Cornell on Sunday.

Spasoje Stefanovic, Goalkeeper, South Florida
The junior from Serbia made four saves in the Bulls 2-1 win over Georgia Southern – the only goal was an own goal – and followed that up with a nine-save performance in a 2-0 win over North Florida on Monday.

Jeremy Ebobisse, Forward, Duke
The sophomore from Bethesda, Maryland, has been sensational for the Blue Devils this season. He scored a goal and an assist in a 5-1 win over Loyola on Tuesday and scored a highlight-reel equalizer in a 2-2 draw with Virginia on Friday night.

Bradley Bourgeois, Defender, Tulsa
The senior defender from Cypress, Texas, scored a pair of goals off headers against Oral Roberts on Thursday and Portland on Sunday.

Mark Habrowski, Defender, Notre Dame
Habrowski filled in for Brandon Aubrey and helped hold down the back line while scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win over Clemson on Saturday night for the 4-0-1 Irish.

Daniel Johnson, Midfielder, Louisville
Johnson scored a pair of goals on the week in a 2-0 win over Kentucky and a 1-1 draw with Syracuse while showing off his technical skill and creativity as one of the best players on the pitch in both matches.

Bradley Kamdem, Defender, UNLV
The senior from Paris, France, led a defense that conceded just once in a pair of wins for the Rebels and scored a goal in each match to help his team claim the Holiday Inn Express Invitational Tournament.

Gordon Wild, Forward, USC Upstate
The freshman from Germany followed up his four-goal performance last week with a brace in a 3-0 win over VMI on Tuesday to increase his season tally to 7.

 

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