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2019 NCAC Men's Soccer Athletes of the Week

September 3rd

Keagan Le'Roux, Hiram
(Randburg, Gateng/Western Reserve Academy)

Hiram freshman Keagan Le’Roux tallied a goal in his collegiate debut at Defiance on Friday, helping the Terriers win by a 3-2 margin. Le’Roux also notched two goals in a 5-1 victory over Edgewood on Saturday. 


September 9th

Dylan Brown, Denison
(Rochester Hills, MI/Rochester Adams)

Denison junior goalkeeper Dylan Brown collected two victories in net  as the Big Red improved to 3-1 this season. Brown began the week with nine saves in goal against Marietta before adding another four  against Baldwin Wallace.


September 16th

Sean Williams, Wittenberg
(Fishers, IN/Hamilton Southeastern)

Wittenberg freshman Sean Williams posted a pair of goals in a 6-0 win against Mount St. Jospeh before closing out the week with another goal in a 2-1 victory against Bluffton. Williams is currently tied for first among conference goal scrorers with four this season.


September 23rd

Manny Burton, Wooster
(Carnegie, PA/Carlynton)

Wooster senior Manny Burton led the Scots to a 2-0 record last week after defeating No. 12-ranked Capital and giving Muskingum its first loss of the season. Burton scored twice and hit the game-winner against Capital, while adding an assist against Muskingum, finishing the week with five points.


September 30th

Chad Wunderlich, Wabash
(St. Louis, MO/John Burroughs School)

Wabash junior goalie Chad Wunderlich recorded seven saves in the Little Giants’ 3-0 victory over Wooster Saturday. He faced a total of ten shot attempts including the seven shots on goal. Wunderlich picked up his third complete-game shutout of the season and fourth overall for Wabash. He ranks third all-time in Wabash soccer history with 16 career shutouts.


October 7th

J.P. Baughman, Ohio Wesleyan
(Westerville, OH/St. Francis DeSales)

Ohio Wesleyan senior goalie J.P. Baughman recorded five saves in a shutout as OWU defeated No. 10-ranked John Carroll, 1-0, in double overtime on Wednesday. The win was Ohio Wesleyan’s second over a top-10 team on the road this season. He also split a shutout effort in an NCAC win at Oberlin on Saturday. On the week, Baughman was in goal for 169 minutes of scoreless soccer.