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2013 NCAC Men's Soccer Players of the Week

November 11th  
Evan Lee, Ohio Wesleyan 
(Toledo, OH/St. Johns)


Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 2
Shots: 4
Points: 4
Shots on Goal: 3

Ohio Wesleyan sophomore forward Evan Lee helped lead Ohio Wesleyan to its ninth NCAC Men’s Soccer Tournament championship this past week. Lee scored both goals in the 2-2 tie of the NCAC tournament semifinal game against DePauw. He then converted a penalty kick to end the first block of PK shooters, tying the score at 5-5 and sending the shootout to sudden death before the Bishops eventually won, 6-5.

November 4th  
Brandt Rentel, Oberlin
(Croton, NY/Fieldston School)


Games Played/Started: 2/2
Minutes: 200:00
G/A: 1
Goals Against Avg: 0.50
Saves: 21
Shutouts: 1

Oberlin senior goalie Brandt Rentel was outstanding last week post 21 saves in 200 minutes of action including 15 saves in the double-overtime draw versus Kenyon. Rentel has been nearly perfect for the Yeomen recently, setting the Oberlin record for shutouts in a season, with nine. In conference play this year, Rentel has allowed just three goals while making 49 saves and recorded five shutouts.

October 28th  
Philip Charnley, Wooster
(Galicia, Spain)


Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 2
Shots: 8
Points: 4
Game-Winners: 1

Wooster junior forward Philip Charnley netted a goal with just 1:38 remaining in regulation to lift the Scots past Allegheny, 1-0. He then opened the scoring in an eventual 3-2 overtime victory at Wittenberg with a goal in the 16th minute. They were the first two goals of his season and the second and third tallies of his career.

October 21st  
Andrew Parmelee, Kenyon
(South Glastonbury, CT/Glastonbury)


Games Played/Started: 2/0
Goals: 2
Shots: 6
Points: 4
Game-Winners: 1

Kenyon senior midfielder Andrew Parmelee returned from injury to lead the Lords to a 3-2 decision over Denison. He scored the Lords’ first goal in the second half to make the game even at 1-1 and then scored the Lords’ third goal, the game-winner, at the 72:32 mark. The goals were Parmelee’s third and fourth of the season and they kept Kenyon undefeated in conference play.

October 14th  
Peter Jacobi, Ohio Wesleyan
(St. Louis, MO/Whitfield School)


Games Played/Started: 1/1
Goals: 1
Shots: 1
Points: 2
Game-Winners: 1

Ohio Wesleyan senior defender Peter Jacobi struck for the eventual game-winning goal in a battle of top-10 teams as the Bishops knocked-off DePauw, 3-1, in Greencastle on Saturday. Tied at a goal apiece, Jacobi put the Bishops up to stay with 3:03 left in regulation time, converting a shot off a pass from senior midfielder Jon Stegner (Powell, OH/Olentangy Liberty). The win increased Ohio Wesleyan’s record to 14-0, the Bishops’ best start since 2005.

October 8th  
John Ingham, Denison
(Jacksonville, FL/Episcopal)


Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 2
Assist: 1
Points: 5
Game-Winners: 1

Oberlin sophomore forward John Ingham tallied two goals, including one game-winner, to help the Yeomen to a 2-0 week and their first conference victory. Ingham notched the game-winning goal in the 10th minute against Wabash and later added an assist, helping the Yeomen to a 4-0 win.

September 30th  
Cameron Olson, Allegheny
(Clifton Park, NY/Shenendehowa)


Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 2
Shots: 6
Points: 4
Game-Winners: 1

Allegheny junior midfielder Cameron Olson  tallied two goals, including one game-winner, to help the Gators to a 2-0 week and their first conference victory. The junior notched the game-winning goal in the 53rd minute against Denison, helping the Gators to a 2-1 win in their 2013 conference opener.

September 23rd  
Colton Bloecher, Ohio Wesleyan
(Lewis Center, OH/Olentangy Orange)


Games Played/Started: 2/0
Goals: 3
Shots: 15
Points: 6
Game-Winners: 2

Ohio Wesleyan junior midfielder Colton Bloecher scored both Bishop goals in the thrilling, 2-1, win over ninth-ranked Ohio Northern coming off the bench. Bloecher followed that performance scoring the game-winning goal over Baldwin Wallace Saturday night and has now scored the game-winning goal in OWU’s last three wins, all in the span of seven days.

September 16th  
Quinn Miller, Denison
(Westerville, OH/Worthington Christian)


Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 2
Assists: 1
Points: 5
Game-Winners: 1

Denison freshman forward Quinn Miller’s pair of header goals helped the Big Red to a 2-0 victory over Otterbein on Saturday. He also assisted on Denison’s first goal in a 4-1 rout of Mount Union. Miller is tied for second on the team in goals scored with three.

September 9th  
Jacob Pezzuto, DePauw
(St. Charles, IL/At. Charles North)


Games Played/Started: 3/3
Minutes: 270:00
G/A: 0
Goals Against Avg: 0.00
Saves: 11
Shutouts: 3

DePauw junior goalkeeper Jacob Pezzuto led the Tigers to three straight shutouts and has only allowed one goal all season. His stellar play has led the 21st-ranked Tigers to a 5-0 start. During the past three games Pezzuto has grabbed 11 saves while allowing no goals.

September 3rd  

Slade Gottlieb, Oberlin
(Alpharetta, GA/Milton)

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 2
Assists: 1
Shots: 8
Points: 5
Game-Winners: 1

Oberlin sophomore midfielder Slade Gottlieb led the Yeomen to a 2-0-0 week with two goals and one assist for five points, including the game-winning goal in the 85th minute against Hope on Friday afternoon. Just a day later he sent a piercing through ball to the middle to setup teammate Joe Graybeal (Pittsboro, NC/Northwood) on what proved to be the game-winning goal versus Concordia and later added an insurance goal of his own.