2003 NCAC Men's Soccer Players of the Week

November 9, 2003

Ohio Wesleyan senior midfielder Paul Smith (Dublin, OH/Columbus Watterson) 
led the Bishops to their fourth straight NCAC Tournament title in as many 
years and a berth into the NCAA Championships. Smith, who scored a goal 
against Denison in the Bishops' 4-0 win, was named the NCAC Tournament MVP.
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November 2, 2003

Wittenberg freshman Sebastian Missura (Quito, Ecaudor/American School) 
scored to give Wittenberg a 2-1 win over Oberlin in double overtime. He 
leads the Tigers and is ninth in the NCAC with nine goals and one assist 
for 19 points over 18 games (1.06 ppg).
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October 26, 2003

Wabash junior Morgan Patchell (Kalamazoo, MI/Loy Norrix) scored the game-
winner with 14 seconds left in overtime to give the Little Giants a 2-1 
victory over Wittenberg.  He also assisted on his team's first goal in the
74th minute, to send the game into overtime
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October 19, 2003

Wooster junior forward Adam Milligan (Orrville, OH/Orrville) scored four 
of the Scots' five goals last week, including both in the team's 2-1 over-
time win against Ohio Wesleyan. He also had a pair of goals against Earlham, 
converting on both of his shots against the Quakers.
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October 12, 2003

Wooster sophomore forward Brian Conaway (Twinsburg, OH/Twinsburg) led the 
Scots to an overtime victory over Denison, ranked second in NCAA Division 
III, by scoring the lone goal of the match. The Wooster win snapped the Big 
Red's school-record, 13-game winning streak.
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October 5, 2003

Wabash junior Colin Smith (Zionsville, IN/Zionsville) scored game-winning goals in both of the Little
Giants' victories last week.  His goal against Hiram broke a 2-2 tie with 10 seconds left in regulation.  
Wabash also defeated Hanover, 2-1.
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September 28, 2003

Ohio Wesleyan junior Miles Sinclair (Cincinnati, OH/Sycamore) set up the game-tying goal and 
then scored the gamewinner in the Bishops' 3-1 win over John Carroll, ranked fourth in the 
Great Lakes Region. He also accounted for two goals in OWU's NCAC opening 3-1 win over 
Allegheny, ranked third regionally. The Bishops are the first team to score more than two goals 
against the Gators this season.
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September 21, 2003

Allegheny junior Josh Johnson (Murrysville, PA/Franklin Regional) became the ninth player in 
Allegheny history to score three goals in a game with a hat trick in a 4-1 win over Marietta. He 
added a goal in the Gators' conference-opening 2-0 win against Wooster to finish the week 
with four scores. He had just two points heading into this week's action, but now leads the 
team with four goals and two assists for 10 points. He is fifth in the NCAC scoring race.
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September 14, 2003

Denison junior Matt Schuh (Cincinnati, OH/St. Xavier) scored two goals in the Big Red's 3-1 win 
over Otterbein and assisted on the other. He elevated his point total to 13 and is now averaging 
2.16 points per game (second in the NCAC) for the undefeated Big Red. 
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September 7, 2003

Wooster junior forward Adam Milligan (Orrville, OH/Orrville) notched three 
of the Fighting Scots' four goals last week. In a 3-2 overtime win over 
Capital, he scored the game-tying goal and followed up with the gamewinner 
7:42 into the overtime period. He then scored Wooster's lone goal in a 1-1 
double overtime tie against Mt. Union.