November 7, 2004 Allegheny senior senior Marc Sciulli (Pittsburgh, PA/Central Catholic) set up Allegheny’s gamewinning goal in its semifinal 1-0 win over Wooster and converted the the winning penalty kick to send the Gators past Denison and into the NCAA Div. III Tournament. For his efforts in leading Allegheny to their first NCAC Tournament title, Sciulli was named Tournament MVP. __________________________________________________________________________ October 31, 2004 Denison senior Chad Huber (Fairfield, OH/Fairfield) scored two goals in the Big Red's 3-0 win over Wittenberg. The victory, along with Denison's 2-1 win over Hiram, helped the Big Red secure the the third seed in the NCAC Tournament. Huber leads Denison with seven goals and three assists on the season. __________________________________________________________________________ October 24, 2004 Wooster junior forward Brian Conaway (Twinsburg, OH/Twinsburg) had a 10-point week, highlighted by his second career hat trick. He had a hand in all four goals in a 4-0 win over Oberlin, scoring three and assisting on the fourth. In a 3-0 win over Hiram, he scored the match’s first goal and then was part of a double-assist. He leads the NCAC with a career-high 11 goals this season. __________________________________________________________________________ October 17, 2004 Hiram junior Tony Anzalone (Lakewood, NY/Chautauqua Lake Central) broke a scoreless tie with Kenyon early in the second half, propelling the Terriers to their first conference victory since the 2001 campaign. He has 10 points in 15 games this season. __________________________________________________________________________ October 10, 2004 Oberlin junior midfielder Kevin (Sebas) Constante (Caracas, Venezuela/ Cushing Academy) scored the game winner in a 1-0 decision over Wabash, then a goal and an assist in a 3-1 victory over Allegheny. __________________________________________________________________________ October 3, 2004 Wooster junior goalkeeper David Treleven (Hudson, OH/Western Reserve Academy) made seven saves, including one on a penalty kick in his team's, 2-0, victory over Ohio Wesleyan, then made another in a 1-0 victory over Earlham. He posted his second and third shutouts of the year as the Scots won their first two NCAC contests of the season. __________________________________________________________________________ September 26, 2004 Allegheny sophomore Chris Fedele (Williamsville, NY/Williamsville) handed the Gators their first win of the NCAC season - a 4-1 victory over Kenyon. He scored three of the team’s goals and assisted on the other. He tied the school record for most goals in a game and is the first to do so since Josh Johnson (Murrysville, PA/Franklin Regional), scored three in a 5-0 Allegheny win over Marietta on Sept. 17, 2003. Coincidentally, Johnson, a senior, assisted on one of Fedele’s scores. __________________________________________________________________________ September 19, 2004 Wabash junior Jeff Diebel (Ft. Wayne, IN/Homestead) scored four goals and added an assist to lead his team to a 1-0-1 record. He scored both Little Giant goals in an overtime tie with Millikin and two in the first half against Hanover, including the game-winner just four minutes into the match. It was Wabash's first victory of the season. __________________________________________________________________________ September 12, 2004 Ohio Wesleyan junior Ryan Martin (Dublin, OH/Wellington) scored goals in each game as Ohio Wesleyan picked up a pair of wins in its annual adidas Invitational. He gave the Bishops a 2-1 lead in what ended up to be a 3-2 win over Anderson and scored the gamewinning goal in a 2-0 win over Alma. __________________________________________________________________________ September 7, 2004 Oberlin sophomore Zach Tesler (Mercer Island, WA/Lakeside School) scored both goals in the Yeomen's 2-1 victory over Medaille. The victory gives Oberlin a 2-0-1 mark to start the season.