2010 NCAC Men's Soccer Players of the Week

November 7th

Tyler Wall

Tyler Wall, Ohio Wesleyan
(Columbus, OH/Upper Arlington)


Games Played: 2
Goals: 3
Assists: 0
Points: 6

Ohio Wesleyan senior Tyler Wall scored the game-winner in the NCAC Tournament final, which ended in a 3-1 decision over Denison. Wall also scored both goals in the Battling Bishops’ 2-0 defeat of Allegheny in the tournament semifinals.
October 31st
Fier

Ryan Fier, Wabash
(Columbus, IN/North)

Games Played: 2
Goals: 2
Assists: 2
Points: 6
Game-Winners: 1
Wabash sophomore Ryan Fier scored both goals in the Little Giants 2-0 victory over Wittenberg on Wednesday.  The victory snapped a six-match losing streak, and was th first win by a Wabash squad in Springfield since 2004.  Fier also added two assists in Saturday’s 4-1 triumph over Wooster. 

October 24th

Tyler Wall

Tyler Wall, Ohio Wesleyan
(Columbus, OH/Upper Arlington)

Games Played: 2
Goals: 3
Assists: 1
Points: 4

Ohio Wesleyan senior midfielder Tyler Wall had a hand in all four Battling Bishop goals last week. In a 3-0 decision over Denison, he scored twice and assisted on the game-winner. In a 1-0 overtime victory over Wittenberg, Wall scored with 2:13 remaining. OWU extended its NCAC unbeaten string to 29, and broke its own conference mark, set from 2004-07.

October 17th
Hoffman

Felix Hoffmann, Kenyon
(Bergheim, Germany/Trinity-Pawling, NY)

Games Played: 2
Goals: 1
Assists: 1
Points: 2

Kenyon senior Felix Hoffmann played a big role in the Lords notching two wins last week. He assisted on the game-winning goal in a 3-0 win over Wittenberg, then converted a penalty kick in the 76th minute for the game winner in a 2-1 decision over Wabash.

 

October 10th
Miller-Farrell

Oliver Miller-Farrell, Oberlin
(New York, NY/Friends Seminary)

Games Played: 2
Goals: 1
Assists: 1
Points: 3

Oberlin junior midfielder Oliver Miller-Farrell triggered the corner kick that led to the game-winning overtime goal in a 2-1 victory over Wooster. Oliver-Farrell also scored the Yeomen’s lone goal in a 1-1 tie with Ohio Wesleyan. The tie snapped OWU’s 24- match conference winning streak. 

October 5th
Mills

Lenny Mills, Denison
(Pittsburgh, PA/Upper St. Clair)

Games Played: 2
Goals: 2
Game-winning goals: 1
Points: 4

Denison senior forward Lenny Mills scored both goals, including the game-winning goal with one second remaining in the second overtime, to lift the Big Red over Capital, 2-1. Denison also defeated Wabash last week, 3-2 in overtime.t

September 26th

Travis Wall

Travis Wall, Ohio Wesleyan
(Columbus, OH/Upper Arlington)



Games Played: 2
Goals: 2
Assists: 2
Points: 6

Ohio Wesleyan junior forward Travis Wall scored the overtime game-winner with 1:01 left in the extra session to lift the Battling Bishops over Ohio Northern, 1-0. He also scored twice and added an assist in the Battling Bishops’ conference-opening, 4-1 defeat of Kenyon.
September 19th
M. Barrera

Miguel Barrera, Kenyon
(Mexico City, Mexico/St. Michael’s)

Games Played: 1
Goals: 1
Assists: 0
Points: 2

Kenyon senior Miguel Barrera scored the first and, ultimately, game-winning goal in the 36th minute to hand the unbeaten Lords a victory over previously unbeaten Capital. Kenyon took home a 3-0 decision to improve to 5-0-1 on the season.

September 12th

Knezevic

Peter Knezevic, Hiram
(Akron, OH/Ellet)

Games Played: 2
Goals: 3
Assists: 1
Points: 6

Hiram senior forward Peter Knezevic scored three goals in two contests last week. He led the Terriers to their first victory of 2010 by recording both tallies in a 2-1 decision over Transylvania. Knezevic added another goal in a 6-4 loss to Centre. He leads Hiram with five goals and 10 points this season.

September 7th
 Patera

Brandon Patera, Wooster
(Valley City, OH/Buckey Local)

Games Played: 3
Goals: 4
Assists: 2
Points: 10

Wooster freshman Brandon Patera  tallied three goals and one assist for a seven-point afternoon during the Scots’ 9-0 victory over Mt. St. Joseph. The seven points in a game, was the most for a Wooster player since Brian Conaway accomplished the feat at Oberlin on Oct. 19, 2004.