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CollegeSoccer360.com has completed its weekly awards for the 2010 college soccer season, as Akron senior midfielder Anthony Ampaipitakwong (Carrolton, Texas) has been honored as the Primetime Player of the Week for the 2010 College Cup final weekend. Ampaipitakwong was joined by seven other players from the final-four teams in comprising the week-17 CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week (note: this release page includes all of CS360's Primetime Performer honors from the 2010 college soccer postseason – spanning all stages of women's and men's competition in Division I, II and III NCAA tournaments).

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Akron senior midfielder Anthony Ampaipitakwong (left) 


Ampaipitakwong – a dynamic playmaker who filled a lead role in Akron's possession domination during key stretches of the final two games (2-1 vs. Michigan; 1-0 vs. Louisville) – is one of four members of the Akron team on the week-17 CS360 Primetimer  Performer of the Week, joined by sophomore defender Chad Barson, sophomore midfielder Scott Caldwell and fresman defensive midfielder Perry Kitchen. The week-17 Primetime Performers also include two Louisville players – reserve freshman forward Aaron H
orton and senior defender Austin Berry – along with North Carolina junior forward Alex Dixon and Michigan senior frontrunner Justin Meram.

A tireless worker who consistently has shown the ability to break down defenses all over the field (including from the corner-flag), Ampaipitakwong logged all 180 minutes spanning the final two games – while helping his team compile a 41-24 edge in total shots (15-8 shots-on-goal) and 15-6 margin in corner kicks. His steady play led Akron's comeback from a quick goal by Michigan (1:02) in the semifinal battle, as the Zips ended up outshooting the Wolverines 22-9, had all eight of the game's shots-on-goal in the final 88:58 (following the UM score), and owned a 6-2 edge in corner kicks.

Two days later in the title game versus unbeaten Louisville, Ampaipitakwong and his fellow midfielders ratcheted up their control of the possession during the second half of a game that was scoreless until Scott Caldwell's 79th-minute goal. Akron racked up 15 shots and eight corner kicks in the closing 45 minutes, while limiting Louisville to only one shot-on-goal for most of the second half (the Cardinals added two more SOG in a frantic final few minutes).

An NSCAA All-American in 2008 (3rd team) and 2009 (1st team), Ampaipitakwong recently received the 2010 Lowes Senior Class Award for Division I men's soccer – recognizing excellence in the four core areas of "community, classroom, character and competition." Ampaipitakwong carries a 3.4 cumulative grade-point average as a business administration major and has been involved with several volunteer-service organizations in the Akron community.

One week prior to the men's College Cup finale, CollegeSoccer360.com had honored various players (including Louisville's Horton) among the week-16 Primetime Performers, highlighting clutch players from the late stages of the women's and men's NCAA tournaments in all three divisions. The top-six Primetime Performers for week-16 included: Notre Dame junior defender Jessica Schuveiller (Plano, TX) and Horton, both from Division I ... Grand Valley State sophomore forward Ashley Botts (Beloit, WI) and a fellow Division II player, Northern Kentucky freshman forward Michael Holder (Tortonto, Ontario) ... and the Division III duo of Hardin-Simmons junior goalkeeper Rebecca Roth (Weatherford, TX) and Lynchburg senior defender Zach Ward (Haymarket, VA). See short tributes to all six of these players below, followed by the full lists (or links) of honorees for the month-long span of NCAA championship soccer.

For the previous week, during the Thanksgiving break (Nov. 26-28), the Division I tournaments were in action and CS360 recognized six women's players along with six men on the week-15 Primetime Performers of the Week – led by Stanford sophomore midfielder Maria Nogueira (Westminster, CA) and the aforementioned Michigan standout Meram.

For games one week earlier (in mid-Nov.), CS360 recognized week-14 Primetime Performers for women's and men's soccer covering all three divisions, with those honorees led by: Notre Dame senior forward Rose Augustine (Silver Lake, Ohio) ... Dartmouth senior goalkeeper Lyman Missimer (The Woodlands, TX) ... Florida Tech women's junior goalkeeper Mist Eliasdottir (Keflavik, Iceland) ... Rollins senior forward Chase Neinken (Atlanta, GA) ... William Smith senior forward BreLynn Nasypany (Herlimer, NY) ... and Lynchburg freshman goalkeeper Michael Releford (Blacksburg, VA).

Finally, following the opening week of the NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship (Nov. 11-14), Washington senior goalkeeper Jorde LaFontaine-Kussmann (Lakewood, Wash.) led the way among the CS360 week-13 Primetime Performers.

Selection for the CS360 weekly awards – links for earlier-season awards included at top of this page – is based on any/all of the following "primetime" criteria (i.e. not solely based on raw stats):

• In general, preference is given based on the quality of the opponent and situational factors involved in the player's accomplishments.Composite National Rankings (or a conference favorite/leader), or performed at a high level in a game that is key to the team's postseason qualification/participation.

• Exhibited strong leadership and/or involved in clutch performances, such as gamewinning goals, noteworthy comebacks, late scores, team leadership, etc.
• Overcame adversity or extreme circumstances (for the team and/or individual).
• Bonus consideration is given for key performances away from team's home field.• In regular season, must have been playing in a game involving a top-50 team from the CS360 


Note: release pages/links are being created for week-14 men, and weeks 15/16/17 (also see below for lists of those honorees, with individual player notes); check Primetime Performer left-sidebar link for continuing updates.

Here's a look at the earlier week-16 CS360 Primetime Players of the Week:

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JESSICA SCHUVEILLER                                                   (Notre Dame ... D ... Jr. ... Plano, TX ... #12 ... D-I)

Center-back leader of Irish defense that did not allow a goal in Cary at the College Cup, as the Irish (one of four #4 national seeds) posted 1-0 wins over Ohio State (one of four #3 seeds) and top-ranked Stanford ... continued to play alongside junior Molly Campbell (recent newcomer to center back) while leading the way in limiting OSU to 2 SOG & no corners (top scorer Paige Maxwell has 2 shots, none on-goal) and holding Stanford to 5 SOG/2 CKs (Christen Press 3 SH/1 SOG) – as ND finished season 21-2-2 and joined UNC as only D-I women's soccer programs with three-plus titles.

Botts 130

ASHLEY BOTTS
(Grand Valley State ... F ... So. ... Beloit, WI ... #4 ... D-2)

Had both goals, late in 2nd half, for #5 seed GVSU in semifinal vs. Florida Tech (2-0), adding assist on third goal (56’) in title game vs. #12 UC San Diego (4-0; played in Louisville) ... ended scoreless semifinal in 77th minute, breaking down right side and placing ball into near-right corner ... helped clinch win with her 14th goal of season (87'; stole ball/shot to open net) ... assisted on Jaleen Dingledine's goal (57') for 3-0 lead in title game, as Lakers earned second straight title to cap 21-1-2 season (outscored opponents 92-5, with 21 shutouts).

Roth 130

REBECCA ROTH                                                             (Hardin-Simmons ... G ... Jr. ... Weatherford, TX ... #1 ... D-3)

Totaled 13 saves (with only one goal allowed) in final two games of season, a stretch of 200 high-pressure minutes than spanned NCAA 0-0 semifinal vs. #3 Otterbein (7 SV; also stopped 4th PK, moments before clinching 4-2 kick) and 2-1 title game vs. #1 Messiah (6 SV), both in San Antonio ... helped halt Messiah's 76-game unbeaten streak (D-3 record; 3rd-longest in NCAA women's soccer history) ... finished with impressive 0.27 season goals-against avg., as key member of Cowgirls squad that went 24-0-1 (113-6 scoring edge) and became first Hardin-Simmons team to win NCAA title (since joining Division III in 1996).

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AARON HORTON
(Louisville ... F ... Fr. ... Lewis Center, OH ... #11 ... D-I)

Dribbled from midfield, eluded several defenders and beat charging ‘keeper Brian Rowe for dramatic final-minute goal (89:08) that gave top-ranked Louisville a wild 5-4 win over #8 UCLA, in NCAA quarterfinal action ... earlier drew a PK (converted by Charlie Campbell) for 3-2 lead (40’) ... has 2G-2A in reserve role this season, for unbeaten Cardinals team (19-0-3) with 47-17 scoring edge heading into NCAA semifinal matchup vs. #4 North Carolina.

Holder 130

MICHAEL HOLDER
(Northern Kentucky ... F ... Fr. ... Toronto, Ontario ... #27 ... D-2)

Scored on header (65') for final margin in NCAA title game vs. #5 Rollins ... earlier cashed in a steal to cap 4-1 semifinal vs. #10 Dowling (also in Louisville) ... on his championship gamewinner, connected with cross from Anthony Meyer and sent header off the hands of Rollins 'keeper Keneil Baker ... helped overcome off-game from top scorer Steven Beattie (24 goals), an Irishman not familiar with playing in snowy conditions ... scored 15 goals for team that posted several comebacks and close-game wins during 20-2-3 season (70-24 scoring margin).


ward 130

ZACH WARD
(Lynchburg ... D ... Sr. ... Haymarket, VA ... #22 ... D-3)

Defensive leader for unseeded Lychburg team that was minutes from winning the NCAA title (#3 Messiah rallied for 2-1 overtime win and its 8th championship) ... one day earlier, his timely and accurate throw-in provided the primary assist on Stephen Brooks header that beat #6 Bowdoin late in first OT (99:44; 2-1) of that semifinal battle ... helped limit Bowdoin to five shots-on-goal and member of defense that did not allow Messiah a shot-on-goal in first 86’ of title game (2 total SOG allowed) ... first team all-conference performer for 20-5-1 team that knocked off several top teams in its NCAA run (2-1 vs. #12 Emory; 2-0 vs. #1 Trinity; 2-0 vs. #2 Ohio Wesleyan; 2-1 vs. #6 Bowdoin).

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CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week #17
(presented by CollegeSoccer360.com ... for games Dec. 10-12, 2010)
(Divisions I men's soccer; semifinals and title game)

"It's not so much what you do, as it is when you do it."

*ANTHONY AMPAIPITAKWONG  (Akron ... M ... Sr. ... Carrolton, TX ... #10) 
..... Dynamic playmaking midfielder who fueled Akron's domination of possession during key moments of 2-1 semifinal win over Michigan and 1-0 final vs. Louisville (helping erase frustrations of sitting out 2nd half of '09 title game vs. Virginia, due to injury; lost in PKs)

CHAD BARSON  (Akron ... D ... So. ... Lewis Center, OH ... #3) 
..... Played key role in holding Michigan without shot-on-goal in final 89' of 2-1 semi, then helped shut out Louisville (including deflecting open-net shot in  90th-min.) in 1-0 final

AUSTIN BERRY  (Louisville ... D ... Sr./Jr. ... Cincinnati, OH ... #24) 
..... Versatile talent who pushed forward to open scoring in NCAA semifinal vs. UNC (2-1), heading corner kick from Dylan Mares into upper-left corner (58')

SCOTT CALDWELL  (Akron ... M ... So. ... Braintree, MA ... #15) 
..... Collected own rebound in crowded box and alertly shot again, scoring high into near-right side for only goal in title game vs. Louisville (79'); key member of strong midfield unit

ALEX DIXON  (North Carolina ... F ... Jr. ... Humble, TX ... #17)
.... Played lead role in quick equalizer vs. Louisville (2-1 semifinal loss), eluding three defenders before pinpoint service on Stephen McCarthy's far-post header (62') 

AARON HORTON  (Louisville ... F ... Fr. ... Lewis Center, OH ... #11) 
..... Reprised his last-minute scoring heroics from previous week (5-4 vs. UCLA) with GWG at 89:09 in semi vs. UNC (2-1), after running onto Ryan Smith's short pass and scoring from 8-yds on the left side (lofted shor off outside of his right foot; over charging 'keeper) 

PERRY KITCHEN (Akron .. DM ... Fr. ... Indianapolis, IN ... #5)
..... Scored equalizer (33') on strong individual effort in semifinal vs. Michigan (2-1), bringing ball from back and drilling 30-yd shot in traffic under right side of crossbar; played key defensive midfielder role in that game (UM had no shots-on-goal in final 88:59) 

JUSTIN MERAM (Michigan ... F ... Sr. ... Shelby Township, MI .... #9)
..... Stunned eventual champ Akron with quick unassisted goal (1:02) in semifinal; dribbled down center of field, shook free and sent 20-yard shot into left-sidenetting 

 
* Ampaipitakwong is the week-17 CS360 Primetime Player of the Week

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CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week #16
(presented by CollegeSoccer360.com ... for games Dec. 4-7, 2010)    
(Divisions I, 2 and 3 women's soccer; semifinals and title games)

"It's not so much what you do, as it is when you do it."

KATIE BAUMGARDNER (Ohio State ... G ... Jr. ... Sterling, VA ... #0 ... D-I)
..... Rose to the challenge with career-best 10 saves in NCAA semifinal vs. eventual champion Notre Dame (lone goal came in 83rd minute)

*ASHLEY BOTTS  (Grand Valley State ... F ... So. ... Beloit, WI ... #4 ... D-2)
..... Had both goals (late in 2nd half) in NCAA semifinal vs. Florida Tech (2-0), adding assist on third goal (56’) in title game vs. #12 UC San Diego (4-0)

ALICIA FREY (Messiah ... D ... Fr. ... Dillsburg, PA ... #8 ... D-3)
..... Coach’s daughter who scored vs. #2 Hardin-Simmons (60’) in 2-1 NCAA title-game loss; earlier helped beat #10 William Smith in 4-0 NCAA semifinal (extending Messiah’s D3-record unbeaten streak to 76 games)

MELISSA HENDERSON  (Notre Dame ... F ... Jr. ... Garland, TX ... #6 ... D-I) 
..... Created numerous scoring chances at College Cup, including primary assist (left endline pass) on Adrianna Leon goal in 1-0 title game vs. Stanford (63’)

ANNETTE ILG  (UC San Diego ...   F ... Sr. ... Avon Lake, OH ... #14 ... D-2)
..... Scored her team-leading 11th goal of season on set-play sequence (’56) that knocked off top-ranked St. Rose in NCAA semifinal

JENNY KNOX  (Otterbein ... D ... Sr. ... Gahanna, OH ... #15 ... D-3)
..... Defensive leader who helped limit #2 Hardin-Simmons (eventual champs) to four shots-on-goal & five corner-kicks in 110-minute semifinal battle (0-0; 2-4 PKs)

KATIE KUYKENDALL  (Hardin-Simmons ... M ... So. ... Weatherford, TX ... #16 ... D-3)  
..... Her corner-kick service set up pair of early goals (3’; 6’) in 2-1 NCAA title game vs. #1 Messiah; earlier converted PK for 3-2 lead in semifinal shootout vs. #3 Otterbein (0-0; 4-2) 

MANDY LADDISH  (Notre Dame ... M ... Fr. ... Lee’s Summit, MO ... #2 ... D-I)
..... Turned in impressive all-around game in NCAA semifinal vs. Ohio State (1-0), highlighted by long run and leftfooted shot in-stride to upper-left corner for GWG (83’)

ADRIANNA LEON  (Notre Dame ... F ... Fr. ... Maple, Ontario ... #19 ... D-I)
..... Provided big spark off bench to forward line during College Cup, with heads-up goal in 1-0 win vs. Stanford (63’) and several other strong chances in that title game

CAMILLE LEVIN  (Stanford ... F ... Jr. ... Newport Coast, CA ... #2 ... D-I)
..... Versatile talent who opened scoring in NCAA semifinal vs. BC with clinical 18-yard strike to upper-right corner (’48; Cardinal scored late for 2-0 final) 

ERIN LOW  (Hardin-Simmons ... M ... Sr. ... Abilene, TX ... #10 ... D-3)
..... Played strong all-around game – including goal for quick 2-0 lead (6') – during 2-1 NCAA title-game vs. #1 Messiah 

SARAH McTIGUE  (UC San Diego ...   F ... Jr. ... Bellflower, CA ... #2 ... D-2)  
..... Sent well-placed free kick to set up Annette Ilg’s close-range goal (’56) that beat top-ranked St. Rose in NCAA semifinal (1-0)

EMILY OLIVER (Stanford ... G ... Fr. ... Flossmoor, IL ... #19 ... D-I)
..... Made several highlight-reel & close-range saves (6 total) in title game vs. Notre Dame (1-0 loss) ... credited with four saves in semifinal vs. BC (2-0)

CHELSEA PARISE  (Grand Valley State ... G ... So. ... Warren, MI ... #1 ... D-2)
..... Made seven saves in NCAA semifinal vs. Florida Tech (2-0), in game that was 0-0 thru 76’ and 1-0 thru 86’

* REBECCA ROTH  (Hardin-Simmons ... G ... Jr. ... Weatherford, TX ... #1 ... D-3)
..... Totaled 13 saves in two games and 200 high-pressure minutes, spanning 0-0 semifinal vs. #3 Otterbein (7 SV; also stopped 4th PK, moments before clinching 4-2 kick) and 2-1 title game vs. #1 Messiah (6 SV)

*JESSICA SCHUVEILLER  (Notre Dame ... D ... Jr. ... Plano, TX ... #12 ... D-I)
Center-back leader of defense that did not allow a goal at College Cup (1-0 vs. Ohio St. & Stanford), limiting OSU to 2 SOG & no CKs (top scorer Paige Maxwell 2 SH/0 SOG) and holding Stanford to 5 SOG/2 CK (Christen Press 3 SH/1 SOG) 

JENNA WENGLINSKI (Grand Valley State ... D ... Sr. ... Portage, MI ... #15 ... D-2)  
..... 
Veteran backliner who led defensive effort that held #12 UC San Diego without a shot in NCAA title game (4-0), following similar shutout win in semifinal vs. Florida Tech (2-0)


* Schuveiller, Botts and Roth are the week-16 CS360 Primetime Players of the Week, respectively, for women's soccer in Divisions I, 2 and 3 ... D-I games in Cary, NC; D-2 in Louisville, KY; D-3 in San Antonio, TX 

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CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week #16-M
(presented by CollegeSoccer360.com ... for games Dec. 2-5, 2010) 
(Divisions I, 2 and 3 men's soccer; quarterfinals, semifinals and title games)

"It's not so much what you do, as it is when you do it."


PAUL ANDREWS  (Northern Kentucky ... D ... So. ... Skerries, Ireland ... #16 ... D-2)
.... Had free-kick assist on Jack Little’s goal (10‘) that opened scoring in 3-2 title-game win vs. #5 Rollins; scored on early header (1:30) in 4-1 semifinal vs. #10 Dowling 

JALIL ANIBABA  (North Carolina ... D ... Sr. ... Davis, CA ... #5 ... D-I)
.... Joined fellow center back Drew McKinney in making PKs (4-2 shootout clincher) in 1-1 game vs. #5 SMU; led defense that allowed only 2 SOG (none in final 88’) and 4 CKs 

SEAN BISHOP  (Bowdoin ... D ... Jr. ... Danvers, MA ... #4 ... D-3)
..... Provided free-kick service that set up Ben Brewster’s goal (53’) to open scoring in semifinal vs. Lynchburg (late tying goal; 2-1 OT loss) 

KEVIN BOONE  (Rollins ... D ... Sr. ... Weston, FL ... #13 ... D-2)
.... CK assists on Jack Clifford goals (30’ for 1-0; 65’ final) in 2-1 semi vs. #2 Midwestern St.; added CK assist on Adam New header in title game vs. #4 No. KY (48'; 1-2; lost 2-3) 

STEPHEN BROOKS  (Lynchburg ... M ... Jr. ... Fairfax, VA ... #24 ... D-3)
..... Headed in Zach Ward’s throw-in to beat #6 Bowdoin in closing moments of 1st OT (99:44; 2-1 semifinal); helped push #3 Messiah to OT in title game (2-1 loss) 

JACK CLIFFORD  (Rollins ... D ... Sr. ... London, England ... #5 ... D-2)
..... 5th goal of season (3rd of weekend) to tie #4 No. KY in final (2-2; 52’; 2-3 loss); scored off Kevin Boone CKs (30’ header for 1-0; 65’ final score) in 2-1 semi vs. #2 Midwestern St. 

SCOTT COLMAN  (Lynchburg ... M ... So. ... Yorktown, VA ... #6 ... D-3)
..... Scored dramatic late-game equalizer (87:59) in semifinal vs. #6 Bowdoin (2-1/OT); assisted on Michael Abbonizio’s tying goal (76’) in title game vs. #3 Messiah (2-1 OT loss) 

*MICHAEL HOLDER  (Northern Kentucky ... F ... Fr. ... Toronto, Ontario ... #27 ... D-2)
..... Scored on header (65’) for 3-2 final in NCAA title game vs. #5 Rollins; cashed in steal to cap 4-1 semifinal vs. #10 Dowling 

*AARON HORTON  (Louisville ... F ... Fr. ... Lewis Center, OH ... #11 ... D-I) 
..... Dribbled from midfield, eluded several defenders and beat charging ‘keeper Brian Rowe for dramatic final-minute goal (89:08) that gave top-ranked Louisville a wild 5-4 win over #8 UCLA; earlier drew a PK (converted by Charlie Campbell) for 3-2 lead (40’) 

ARTHUR IVO  (SMU ... F ... Jr. ... Braganca Paulista, Brazil ... #10 ... D-I) 
..... Got behind defense and scored to open scoring at #4 North Carolina (5’), with UNC advancing in PKs (1-1; 4-2) 

ANTHONY MEYER  (Northern Kentucky ... F ... Jr. ... Cincinnati, OH ... #23 ... D-2) 
..... Provided cross on Michael Holder’s header (65’) for 3-2 final in title game vs. #5 Rollins; throw-in assist on early header goal by Paul Andrews, in 4-1 semi vs. #10 Dowling 

DARLINGTON NAGBE  (Akron ... F ... Jr. ... Lakewood, OH ... #6 ... D-I) 
..... Assisted on pair of goals in 28-second span (Michael Nanchoff 41’; Scott Caldwell 42’), as #3 Zips took 2-1 lead vs. #6 California (advanced 3-3; 5-3 PKs) 

DEMETRIUS OMPHROY  (California ... D ... Sr. ... Alameda, CA ... #11 ... D-I)
.... Assisted on tying goals by Tony Salciccia (reboundl 57’; 2-2) and John Fitzpatrick (long-ball; 89’; 3-3) at #3 Akron, with Zips advancing 3-2 on PKs

FABIO PEREIRA (Michigan ... M ... Fr. ... Sao Paulo, Brazil ... #10 ... D-I)
..... Converted leftside cross from Hamoody Saad, with sliding shot in overtime (104’) to knock off #2 Maryland, 3-2 (sending Wolverines to semifinals for first time)

GEOFF PEZON  (Messiah ... M ... Sr. ... Blandon, PA ... #3 ... D-3)
..... Scored in overtime (97’) of 2-1 NCAA title game vs. Lynchburg, taking pass from Derek Black and sending leftfooted shot to far-post

JOE SOFIA  (UCLA ... D ... Fr. ...  Dove Canyon, CA ... #27 ... D-I)  
..... Provided long throw-in assist on Victor Chavez’s goal that forged late tie at #1 Louisville (4-4; lost 5-4 in final minute)

DAN SQUIRE  (Messiah ... F ... So. ... Enon Valley, PA ... #8 ... D-3)
..... Scored to force OT late in regulation (86’) vs. Lynchburg in title game, after long boot from his ’keeper Jake Berry (converted team’s first shot-on-goal; 2-1 win)

*ZACH WARD  (Lynchburg ... D ... Sr. ... Haymarket, VA ... #22 ... D-3)
..... Throw-in assist on Stephen Brooks header that beat #6 Bowdoin late in 1st OT of semifinal (99:44; 2-1); helped limit Bowdoin to 5 SOG and member of defense that did not allow #3 Messiah a shot-on-goal in first 86’ of title game (2-1 OT loss; 2 SOG allowed)


* Horton, Holder and Ward are the week-16 CS360 Primetime Players of the Week, respectively, for men's soccer in Divisions 1, 2 and 3 ... D-2 games in Louisville, KY; D-3 in San Antonio, TX (D-I at higher seed)

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CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week #15 
(presented by CollegeSoccer360.com ... for games Nov. 26-28, 2010) 
(Division I women's soccer quarterfinals, men's round-of-16)  

  "It's not so much what you do, as it is when you do it."

HANNAH CERRONE  (Boston Coll. women ... D ... Sr. ... Wappinger's Falls, NY ... #11)
..... Scored directly off corner kick to edge Washington in OT (’96; 1-0); key member of BC defense that limited Huskies to five shots-on-goal and four corner kicks

ALICIA GARCIAMENDEZ (Stanford women ... D ... So. ... Fairview, TX ... #4)
..... Assisted on first goal vs. Florida State (5-0) while helping hold FSU two six total shots (none on-goal) and two corner kicks

BRYAN GIUDICELLI (Dartmouth men ... D ... Sr. ... Emerald Hills, CA ... #6)
..... Scored rebound goal to tie game at #8 UCLA (60’) while helping limit Bruins to six shots-on-goal in 110 minutes (1-2 loss; on bad-bounce goal in closing seconds)   

LAUREN GRANBERG  (Ohio State women ... F ... So. ... Edmonton, Alberta ... #18) 
..... Drew foul that led to Lauren Beachy's PK score (21’), added primary assist on Tiffany Cameron goal (53’) in 2-0 win over Georgetown

IAN KALIS (SMU men ... D ... Jr. ... Plano, TX ... #3) 
.....  Provided primary assist on Josue Soto’s goal in 1-0 win over #12 William & Mary, also helping limit Tribe to three shots-on-goal (4 CKs)

TAYLOR KEMP  (Maryland men ... D ... So. ... Highlands Ranch, CO ... #2)
..... Delivered huge first career goal, sending 20-yard volley into upper corner to beat #15 Penn State in 88th minute (1-0)

ENZO MARTINEZ  (North Carolina men ... F ... So. ... Rock Hill, SC ... #16)
..... Scored tying goal in waning seconds vs. Michigan State (89:51; 1-1) and then converted clinching PK in 5-4 shootout

*JUSTIN MERAM  (Michigan men ... F ... Sr. ... Shelby Township, MI ... #9)
..... Scored pair of second-half goals (CK sequence 64’ for 1-0 lead; 81’ for 3-0) to lead 3-1 win at #7 South Carolina

KECIA MORWAY  (Notre Dame women ... D ... Fr. .... Lake Villa, IL ... #16)
..... Played key marking role vs. Oklahoma State top scorer Krista Lopez while helping hold homestanding Cowgirls to one shot-on-goal and two corner kicks (2-0)

*MARIA NOGUEIRA  (Stanford women ... M ... So. ... Westminster, CA ... #20)
..... Headed in game’s first goal vs. Florida State (5-0) while contributing to Cardinal's dominating possession (22-6 shots; 15-0 SOG; 8-2 CKs)   

AVERY STEINLAGE  (Michigan State men ... G ... 5th-Yr. Sr. ... Grand Haven, MI ... #0)
..... Saved all nine shots he faced before heartbreaking goal by #4 North Carolina (89:51), with UNC advancing 5-4 on PKs

ELIZABETH TUCKER (Notre Dame women ... M ... Fr. ... Jacksonville, FL ... #8)
..... Scored pair of second-half goals (63’ & 90’) in 2-0 win at Oklahoma State

* Nogueira and Meram are the week-15 CS360 Primetime Players of the Week, respectively, for Division I women's and men's soccer.

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CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week #14-M
(presented by CollegeSoccer360.com ... for games Dec. 2-5, 2010)
(Divisions I, 2 and 3 men's soccer; 1st/2nd round, round-of-16 and quarterfinals)

"It's not so much what you do, as it is when you do it."

STEVEN BEATTIE (Northern Kentucky ... F ... Sr. ... Skerries, Ireland ... D-2)
..... Pushed season goal total to 24 with 2G (49:05; 66:22) and assisted on a third (Michael Holder; 66:02), as Norse broke open scoreless game to beat #14 W.V. Wesleyan

ZACH DONSSAERT (Bowdoin ... F ... Sr. ... Solana Beach, CA ... D-3)
..... Helped team advance past Amherst in round-of-16 (1-1; 3-1 PKs), then scored rebound goal in final second of 1st OT (99:59) to beat Middlebury in 2-1 quarterfinal (sending Polar Bears to semifinals for first time)

DAVID FREELAND (Midwestern, TX, St. ... M ... Jr. ... Odessa, TX ... D-2)
..... Posted hat trick (1’/8’/48’) in 5-0 quarterfinal win at Chico State, knocking out team that had reached 2009 NCAA semifinals

SCOTT GOODWIN (North Carolina ... G ... So. ... Raleigh, NC ... D-I)  
..... Made seven saves in run-of-play vs. Georgetown (0-0), then stopped Seth C’deBaca’s 3rd-round PK as UNC advanced to round-of-16 with 5-4 shootout margin

TAYLOR GORMAN(Brown ... M ... Jr. ... Freeport, ME ... D-I)
..... Scored early goal (8’) in 2nd round at 13th-seed UConn, also converting team’s 2nd PK in shootout (1-1; 7-6); earlier assisted on goals by Jon Okafor (11’; 1-0) and Austin Mandel (’43; 2-1 gamewiner) in opening win over 21st-ranked Boston College

ARTHUR IVO (SMU ... M/F ... Jr. ... Braganca Paulista, Brazil ... D-I)
..... Sent game vs. Creighton to OT with 30-yard blast in closing seconds (89:45), then converted team’s clinching 5th PK (1-1; 5-3) for trip to round-of-16

VLADIMIR MILOSAVLIEVIC (Dowling ... D/M ... Jr. ... Lucani, Serbia ... D-2)  
..... Led defense that limited #1 Franklin Pierce to six shots-on-goal and three CKs in 1-0 quarterfinal win

*LYMAN MISSIMER (Dartmouth ... G ... Sr. ... The Woodlands, TX ... D-I)  
..... Racked up 12 saves in 2-1 OT win at #9 Notre Dame (also dealt with 15 CKs & 25 total shots); had pair of saves in earlier 4-0 win at #11 Monmouth

JIMMY NEALIS(Georgetown ... D ... So. ... Massapequa, NY ... D-I)
..... Helped limit #4 UNC to five shots-on-goal and four CKs in 110 minutes, then made team’s 4th PK in deciding shootout (0-0; 4-5)

*CHASE NEINKEN (Rollins ... F ... Sr. ... Atlanta, GA ... D-2)
..... Opened scoring (14’ header), added another header goal (62’; 2-1) and completed hat trick on free-kick sequence late in OT (106’) to beat #19 Clayton State in quarterfinals

ANDREW OLSEN (Dartmouth ... F/M ... Sr. ... Norwell, MA ... D-I)
..... Scored early (9’) and added CK assist on Nick Pappas header (53’; 2-0), in 4-0 win at #11 Monmouth, then scored (assist-Austin Bowers) for 2-1 OT win at #9 Notre Dame

DAVIS PAUL (California ... F ... Sr. ... Upland, CA ... D-I)
..... Scored in final second of first overtime (99:59), completing passing sequence from Steve Birnbaum-to Anthony Avalos-to Hector Jimenez for 2-1 win vs. UC Santa Barbara

JEFFREY QUIJANO  (Michigan ... D ... Sr. ... Canoga Park, CA ... D-I)
..... Key member of defense that helped limit Central Florida to three shots-on-goal, in 2-1 overtime win that earned Wolverines spot in the round-of-16

*MICHAEL RELEFORD  (Lynchburg  ... G ... Fr. ... Blacksburg, VA ... D-3)
..... Stopped all nine shots he faced in 2-0 round-of-16 upset of #1 Trinity and then went one better in 10-save shutout vs. #2 Ohio Wesleyan, in 2-0 quarterfinal (also had to deal with 45 total shots and 10 CKs during the two games)

JEFF RICONDO (Michigan State ... M ... 5th-Yr.-Sr. ... Wheaton, IL ... D-I)
..... Made most of his first action in month (due to injury), scoring minutes after entering the game in lategoing for 1-0 win at #5 Butler (85’)

* Missimer, Neinken and Releford are the week-14 CS360 Primetime Players of the Week, respectively, for men's soccer in Divisions 1, 2 and 3.

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