Ryan Herman leads list of top performers from Week 7
Washington has had its fair share of difficulty scoring goals this season, but their defense has been nothing short of brilliant with 6-foot-7 shot-stopper Ryan Herman leading the charge. Herman had an incredible week picking up the sputtering Huskies offense in two scoreless draws.
The redshirt senior who waited his time behind Spencer Richey made 11 saves in a scoreless draw against Stanford and made five saves against Cal two days later.
Other top performers from Week 7 in college soccer include:
George Campbell, Forward, Maryland
The sophomore netted a hat trick against Penn State in a 4-3 win for the Terps on Friday.
Alec Ferrell, Goalkeeper, Wake Forest
The redshirt junior had clean sheets against South Carolina and NC State, recording seven saves in each.
Mario Mastrangelo, St. Francis PA
The freshman forward scored a hat trick in a 6-1 win over Sacred Heart.
Troy Kiernan, Midfielder, St. Francis PA
Had a brace and an assist in a 6-1 win over Sacred Heart on Sunday
Rory Knibbs, Forward, San Jose St.
The junior from London, England had a brace and an assist in a 6-0 win over Grand Canyon.
Napo Matsoso, Midfielder, Kentucky
The junior playmaker had a hand in all four of the Wildcats goals in a 4-1 win over Evansville, delivering three assists and adding a goal of his own from 30 yards out.
Tucker Hume, Forward, North Carolina
The redshirt junior had a pair of assists in North Carolina’s 3-0 win over UNC Wilminton and scored the 74th minute equalizer in a 2-1 win over Syracuse. The transfer from Rollins College who has come off the bench in all but one of his 11 appearances leads the team in scoring with 6 goals and 3 assists.
Nick DePuy, Forward, UC Santa Barbara
DePuy scored two game-winning goals on the week and has now scored the winner in four straight games for the Gauchos. He’s also second in the nation in scoring with 12 goals.
Jason Wright, Forward, Rutgers
The sophomore forward from Jamaica netted his first career hat trick in a 4-1 win over Yale and scored the lone goal in the Scarlet Knights 1-0 win over Michigan.
Jeff Kilday, Defender, Providence
The red shirt senior netted a goal and played a key defensive role in the Friars 3-0 win over Xavier.
Mauro Cichero, Forward, SMU
The sophomore scored the game-winner to beat UConn and added a goal in a win over Memphis. The Norman, Oklahoma native has eight goals and four assists on the season.
Jose Hernandez, Forward, UCLA
The freshman from Mexico continued to impress with a brace on Monday night in a 4-0 win over San Diego State. His 7 goals are tied with Sedi Adekoya for the team lead.
Simon Enstrom, Forward, Boston College
The freshman from Sweden scored both goals in a 2-1 win over Virginia on Friday night.
Liam Doyle, Midfielder, Ohio State
Had a pair of assists in a 2-1 win over Bowling Green and scored the game-winner from the spot against Indiana.