2016 NCAC Men's Soccer Players of the Week

 
October 31st
 

Henry Myers, Kenyon
(Lebanon, OH/Archbishop Moeller)  

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

Kenyon junior defender Henry Myers led the Lords last week with a goal and an assist in a pair of conference wins to close out the regular season. Not only did Myers score the game-winner against Wabash to lift Kenyon to the conference regular-season title, he helped the Lords’ defense pitch two shutouts including limiting Ohio Wesleyan and Wabash to a combined nine shots. He leads all defenders in NCAC play with five goals.

October 24th
 

Spase Dorsuleski, Wabash
(Crown Point, IN/Crown Point)  

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

Wabash junior defender Spase Dorsuleski provided the game-winning goal at Wooster in the 72nd minute to give the Little Giants the 1-0 victory and move Wabash into second place in the NCAC standings with two games remaining in the regular season. He also provided a goal on a penalty kick and an assist in Wednesday’s 6-1 win at Wittenberg. On the week, Dorsuleski totaled five points on two goals and an assist, including the game-winning strike against Wooster. 

October 17th
 

Oliver Wynn, Kenyon
(Natick,MA/Natick)  

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 2
Game-Winning Goals: 2  
Points: 4      
Shots: 9 
 

Kenyon junior midfielder Oliver Wynn tallied both game-winning goals for the Lords last week and increased his total to five on the year as Kenyon won both its matches to improve to 11-2 on the year. Against No. 15 Oberlin in double overtime, he put back a deflected ball lifting Kenyon to an unbelievable win and then against Denison, Wynn took a loose ball and one-timed it into the net. He currently ranks in the top-seven in the NCAC in goals and is 10th in points (11). 

October 10th
 

Nick Wertman, Oberlin
(Westlake, OH/Westlake) 

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 3
Points: 6
 
Shots: 9    
Game-Winning Goals: 1  

Oberlin senior midfielder Nick Wertman scored all three goals in the Yeomen’s 3-2 win over Case, marking his first-career hat trick. Wertman has scored five goals over four of the last six matches for the Yeomen and his last finish against the Spartans was his fifth game-winner of the season. 

October 4th
 

E.J. Moore, DePauw
(Carmel, IN/Cathedral)  

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

DePauw senior midfielder E.J. Moore helped the Tigers to a pair of impressive wins last week, defeating non-conference foe Thomas More before handing Kenyon its first NCAC loss of the year on Saturday. Against the Saints, Moore scored an improbable goal with :00.8 remaining to give the Tigers a one-goal victory. Then on Saturday, Moore opened the scoring in the, 2-1, victory against the Lords with his third goal of the year in the 34th minute. 

September 26th
 

Nick Wertman, Oberlin
(Westlake, OH/Westlake) 

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 2  
Shots: 5    
Game-Winning Goals: 2
Points:

Oberlin senior midfielder Nick Wertman propelled the Yeomen to a pair of wins with two timely goals, which helped extend Oberlin’s winning streak to six-matches in a row. His finish in the 88th minute lifted the Yeomen to a 4-3 win over Baldwin Wallace and just three days later he struck in the 87th minute to push the Yeomen over DePauw, 2-1, in the NCAC opener.

September 19th
 

Ben Farynowski, Ohio Wesleyan
(Grandview Hts., OH/Grandview Hts.)  

Games Played/Started: 2/2
GA: 0         
GAAVG: 0.00   
Saves: 10
Shutouts: 2
Save %: 1.000 

Ohio Wesleyan senior goalkeeper Ben Farynowski played 200 scoreless minutes last week in matches against 12th-ranked Ohio Northern and Hanover. In the scoreless tie against the Polar Bears, Farynowski made eight big saves including a spectacular stop late in the first-half and then sent the game into overtime with a save in the final seconds of regulation. He followed that up with a two save shutout victory against Hanover, including tracking down a shot in the 84th minute to preserve the Bishop lead. 

September 12th
 

Andrew Shediac, Denison
(Winchester, MA/Deerfield Academy)  

Games Played/Started: 2/2
GA: 0        
GAA: 0.00  
Saves: 11
Shutouts: 2
Save %: 1.000 

Denison senior goalkeeper Andrew Shediac played 200 scoreless minutes last weekend in matches against Westminster and Adrian in Marietta, Ohio. On Saturday against Westminster, Shediac made five stops en route to his first-career shutout. He followed that up with a career-high six saves in his first-collegiate shutout victory. Shediac currently boasts a 0.91 GAA with an .800 save percentage. 

September 6th
 

Antonio Romanelli, Ohio Wesleyan
(Lewis Center, OH/St. Francis DeSales)  

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 1      
Assists: 2  
Shots: 3
Points: 4
Game-Winning Goals:

Ohio Wesleyan freshman midfielder Antonio Romanelli was instrumental in the Bishops’ pair of wins en route to winning the Fred Myers Invitational. In his first collegiate game, Romanelli assisted on the first goal before scoring the overtime winner in a 2-1 victory against Hope. In the championship game against No. 4 Calvin, Romanelli set up the go-ahead goal for his fourth point of the weekend and earned a spot on the all-tournament team.