PC's Machado Earns Weekly Men's Soccer Honors

DePaul's Eric Sorby didn't allow a goal in a pair of outings.

DePaul's Eric Sorby didn't allow a goal in a pair of outings.

Sept. 23, 2013

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Offensive Player of the Week

Fabio Machado, Providence, F, Jr.
Machado scored both goals in a 2-0 road victory at Boston University to help the Friars stay unbeaten (5-0-2). It was the first two goals Machado has scored as a Friar.

Defensive Player of the Week

Eric Miller, Creighton, B, Jr.
Miller helped shut out No. 7 St. John's 1-0 in double overtime in a battle of top-10 teams. The No 5 Bluejays limited the Red Storm to nine shots. The victory was the 400th in school history.

Goalkeeper of the Week

Eric Sorby, DePaul, GK, Sr.
Did not allow a goal in a 1-0-1 week, which included a 0-0 draw at Drake and a 2-0 victory against SIU-Edwardsville. He had a total of 16 saves. His scoreless streak increased to 200 minutes.

Rookie of the Week

Fabian Herbers, Creighton, F, Fr.
Herbers scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 double-overtime win over No. 7 St. John's in the BIG EAST opener for both teams. He scored off a free kick at 108:05. Herbers has scored two goals this season, both gamewinners.

BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll

Brandon Fricke, Butler, B, Jr.
Helped the Bulldogs blank Brown 3-0 with a quality defensive effort and also scored a goal.

Alex Bolowich, Creighton, GK, RS-Jr.
Made three saves in the Bluejays' 1-0 double-overtime triumph over St. John's. He has given up only five goals in six matches this season.

Alex Muyl, Georgetown, F, Fr.
Posted a goal and two assists in a 3-0 victory over Penn. The Hoyas were 2-0 for the week, also knocking off Princeton 3-2.

Charlie Lyon, Marquette, GK, Jr.
Lyon made three saves and faced seven shots in a 3-0 victory over Loyola (Ill.). He has three shutouts for the season and 12 in his career.

Jeff Kilday, Providence, D, RS-So.
Kilday helped the Friars to their second consecutive shutout, leading the Friar defense as they held Boston University without a shot on goal. Kilday also chipped in with his first career assist in the 2-0 win.