Men's Soccer Weekly Awards Announced

Providence's Will Arboleda was tabbed the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week and Andrew Jean-Baptiste from Connecticut was tabbed as BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week. Seton Hall's Anthony Reichwaldt earned BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week and Cincinnati's Cole DeNorandie was named the BIG EAST Rookie of the Week.
 
Arboleda scored both gamewinners in a 2-0 week for Providence. The Friars defeated Rhode Island 1-0 in overtime before defeating Sacred Heart 1-0. Arboleda was named the Ocean State Soccer Classic MVP.
 
Jean-Baptiste earned MVP honors at the Hurricane Classic after leading UConn to back-to-back shutouts. He anchored a defense that allowed just four shots on net in two games against 2010 NCAA tournament teams.
 
Reichwaldt helped Seton Hall to a 2-0 week, defeating Army 1-0 and Boston University 2-1 in overtime. He made seven saves at West Point to earn his first career shutout and followed that up with another seven stops against the Terriers.
 
DeNormandie , a freshman forward, scored three goals in a pair of wins for Cincinnati. He tallied the gamewinner in both a 3-0 win against Central Arkansas and a 4-1 victory against IUPUI. He currently leads the Bearcats with four goals through five matches.
 
 
BIG EAST WEEKLY HONOR ROLL
Austin Berry, Louisville, Sr., B
Anchored Louisville's defense to a 2-0 shutout against IUPUI and a 3-2 come-from-behind win over Central Arkansas. He scored a goal against IUPUI and held Central Arkansas to just four shots with two on goal.
 
Jhojan Obando, Providence, Sr., GK
Recorded two shutout wins last week, helping the Friars to a 1-0 overtime win against Rhode Island and a 1-0 victory against Sacred Heart. He has not allowed a goal in 339:01.
 
Walter Hines, St. John's, Sr., F
Scored a pair of goals for St. John's in a 2-0-0 week. After adding an insurance goal in a 2-1 win against Harvard, scored in the second half of a 2-0 win versus Yale.
 
Connor Lade, St. John's, Sr., B
Anchored a backline that allowed just eight shots in two games in a pair of 2-0 shutouts. The Red Storm defense held Harvard to three shots, none on goal, and then held Yale to five shots, two on goal.
 
Justin Holmes, West Virginia, R-Jr., GK
Posted a double-overtime shutout at Cal Poly, finishing with nine saves, including three in overtime.