Reed, Wynne Honored On Teams Of The Week
Oct. 31, 2005
Both internet sites recognized UCLA's defensive efforts in a pair of 1-0 shutouts over Oregon State and Washington. The Bruins completed their regular season home schedule this past weekend by becoming the first school in Pac-10 history to finish the regular season without allowing a goal at home. This is also the first UCLA team to accomplish this feat. The Bruins had eight home shutouts in as many games and have 12 shutouts in 15 games this season.
Reed had five saves in the Bruins' victory over Oregon State on Friday and tied his career high with six saves against Washington. He has lowered his goals against average to a national-low 0.23 and has 10 solo shutouts.
Wynne, a candidate for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy, played excellent defense against both schools to help Reed maintain the shutouts.
The Bruins, who are ranked No. 6 in this week's College Soccer News poll, continue Pac-10 play this weekend in the Bay Area against Stanford and Cal.
College Soccer News Team of the Week (week ending Oct. 30)
F - Lee Nguyen, Freshman, Indiana
F - Patrick Nyarko, Freshman, Virginia Tech
F - Rodrigo Hidalgo, Sophomore, South Florida
F - Saidi Isaac, Sophomore, Winthrop
F - Brian Cvilikas, Senior, Old Dominion
Mf - Jesse Baker, Senior, Drake
Mf - Eric Avila, Freshman, UC Santa Barbara
Mf - Vasilis Androutsos, Senior, Fairfield
D - John O'Reilly, Junior, Lehigh
D - Corey Bronner, Junior, Vermont
Gk - Eric Reed, Junior, UCLA
Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week
Goalkeepers: (3) Jason Friehl, Villanova; Mike Gustavson, South Carolina; Adam Schuermann, Connecticut.
Defenders: (4) Andrew Boyens, New Mexico; Gary Flood, Hofstra; Hugh MacDonald, Monmouth; Marvell Wynne, UCLA.
Midfielders: (4) Blake Camp, Duke; Jason McLaughlin, Andy Metcalf, Memphis; UAB; Matt Wiley, Tulsa.
Forwards: (6) Ivan Becerra, Cal Santa Barbara; Corey Bronner, Vermont; Rodrigo Hidalgo, South Florida; Joe Lapira, Notre Dame; Lee Nguyen, Indiana; Tonci Skroce, UIC.
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