Oct. 7, 2013
BIG EAST Weekly Release
Offensive Player of the Week
Steve Neumann, Georgetown, F, Sr.
Neumann scored three goals and added an assist in an 8-0 win against Seton Hall. He also picked up an assist in a 1-0 win over American for a total of eight points for the week. Neumann became the fourth player in school history to surpass 100-career points.
Defensive Player of the Week
Anthony Baumann, Providence, B, Sr.
Baumann converted a penalty kick in the 77th minute to give Providence a 1-0 win at No. 11 St. John’s in the Friars’ only game of the week. Defensively, he helped Providence post its third shutout of the season. It was PC’s first win over St. John’s since 1988. The Friars are 7-1-2 overall and 2-0-0 in BIG EAST play.
Goalkeeper of the Week
Charlie Lyon, Marquette, GK, Jr.
Lyon faced 17 shots and made a season-high seven saves in a 1-0 victory at Villanova. It was his fifth shutout of the season. Lyon has allowed just one goal in his last 403:45 minutes of play. MU was 1-1 for the week.
Rookie of the Week
David Goldsmith, Butler, F, Fr.
Goldsmith scored both goals in a 2-0 victory over DePaul. The two goals give the freshman a league-leading nine for the season. It is Goldsmith’s second straight Rookie of the Week honor. The Bulldogs were 1-1 for the week.
BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll
Jon Dawson, Butler, GK, Sr.
Posted five saves in a 2-0 blanking of DePaul. It was his third shutout of the season. The Bulldogs were 1-1 for the week.
Eric Miller, Creighton, D, Jr.
Scored the game-winning goal in a 2-0 win against Xavier and helped the defense post its third BIG EAST shutout of the season.
Tomas Gomez, Georgetown, GK, Jr.
Did not allow a goal in a pair of victories. Made two saves in a 1-0 win against American and one save while sharing in an 8-0 shutout against Seton Hall. He played 135 minutes in the two contests.
C. Nortey, Marquette, F, So.,
Scored the only goal of the match in a 1-0 win at Villanova.
Keasel Broome, Providence, GK, Jr.
Made three saves in a 1-0 win at St. John’s, which ended the Red Storm’s five-game home winning streak.