2017 NCAC Men's Soccer Players of the Week

 
October 30th
 

Matt Yingling, Ohio Wesleyan
(Gettysburg, PA/Gettysburg Area) 

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

Ohio Wesleyan freshman midfielder Matt Yingling was instrumental in the Bishops’ pair of wins en route to clinching the No. 2 seed in the NCAC Tournament. Yingling set up the game-winning goal in OWU’s, 1-0, victory against Wittenberg and then scored what proved to be the deciding goal in the Bishops’ win at Denison on Saturday.

October 23rd
 

Jack McMillin, Oberlin
(Oberlin, OH/Oberlin) 

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 2      
Game-Winning Goals: 2  
Points: 4         
Shots: 5  
Shots on Goal: 4

Oberlin sophomore forward Jack McMillin netted both game-winning games in wins over Allegheny and Wabash to keep the Yeomen’s postseason hopes alive. The local Oberlin product has scored in four of his last six games and now has nine tallies on the year.

October 16th
 

Luis Zamora, Denison
(Stamford, CT/Choate Rosemary Hall) 

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 3      
Assists: 1  
Points: 7         
Shots: 5  
Shots on Goal: 4

Denison junior midfielder Luis Zamora led the Big Red to a pair of NCAC wins last week and six points in the league standings. Zamora was involved in both goals of Denison’s, 2-0, shutout victory against Oberlin, assisting on the game-winner and scoring an insurance goal. On Saturday, Zamora scored twice as the Big Red defeated Wittenberg, 5-0. On the week, Zamora totaled seven points on three goals and one assist. 

October 9th
 

Jacob Snowden, Wittenberg
(Amherst, OH/Marion L. Steele High School) 

Games Played/Started: 1/0
Goals: 1      
Points: 2
Game-Winning Goals: 1
Shots: 2  
Shots on Goal: 2  

Wittenberg freshman midfielder Jacob Snowden scored the lone goal in the Tigers’ shutout victory against Wooster last Saturday. The unassisted game-winning goal came in the 90th minute to give Wittenberg its third-straight victory and improve to, 2-1, in conference action. The current three-game win streak is the first since 2014 for Wittenberg. 

October 3rd
 

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

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 2      
Assists: 1  
Points: 5
Game-Winning Goals: 1
Shots on Goal: 3      

Kenyon senior midfielder Henry Myers was credited with the assist on the game-winning goal in the Lords’, 1-0, victory against Case last Tuesday. Four days later, the Lords defeated Denison, 3-1. Myers scored two of those three goals, including the game-winner. On the week Myers finished with five points on two goals and one assist. He now has a team-best nine goals and 19 points on the season. 

September 25th
 

Jacques Boulais, Wabash
(Indianapolis, IN/North Central)

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 4
Points:
Game-Winning Goals: 2     
Shots: 5  
Shots on Goal: 4       

Junior forward Jacques Boulais produced two game-winning goals to help Wabash extend its winning streak to four games. He gave Wabash a 2-1 lead on the way to a 3-1 victory over Anderson on Wednesday. Saturday Boulais scored his first career hat trick in the Little Giants’ 3-2 overtime win at Hiram. He scored two goals in the opening six minutes of the match before putting the ball in the net in overtime for the victory. His hat trick was the first for a Wabash player since 2014.

September 18th

Francisco Trejo, Wabash
(Houston, TX/KIPP Houston) 

Games Played/Started: 3/3
Goals: 3        
Assists: 1         
Points: 7
Game-Winning Goals: 2
Shots on Goal: 7

Senior forward Francisco Trejo scored three total goals and an assist in two Wabash victories over Fontbonne and Monmouth over the weekend. He scored twice, including the game-winner, and provided an assist on the third goal in the Little Giants’ 3-0 win at Fontbonne, Trejo scored the lone goal in a 1-0 win at Monmouth Sunday, finding the back of the net with 40 seconds remaining in regulation. 

September 11th
 

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

Games Played/Started: 3/3
Goals: 3  
Game-Winning Goals: 2     
Points:
Shots: 10  
Shots on Goal: 6      

Kenyon senior midfielder Henry Myers scored in every game last week, including hitting a pair of game-winners against Spalding and Centre to lead the Lords to a perfect 3-0 mark. In total, Myers accounted for three goals and six points. The senior also helped Kenyon’s defense allow just one shot on goal in three contests. Myers is currently tied for second in the NCAC in goals. 

September 5th
 

Timothy Williams, Oberlin
(Rabun Gap, GA/Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School) 

Games Played/Started: 2/2
Goals: 6        
Assists: 1  
Points: 13
Game-Winning Goals: 2
Shots: 10

Oberlin senior forward Timothy Williams matched his goal total from all of last season, scoring six times in the first two matches of the season for the Yeomen. In a 4-0 win over Anderson he cashed in two scores and dished out an assist. Less than 24 hours later against Earlham, he would score a career-high four goals in a 5-1 win. Williams was credited with the game-winning tallies in each contest.