Pac-12 selects Herman men's soccer player of the week
SAN FRANCISCO – WASHINGTON’S Ryan Herman was voted Pac-12 Men’s Soccer Player of the Week for competition during the week of Oct. 5-11, the Conference office announced on Tuesday.
Herman, a senior goalkeeper from Fall City, Wash., made 16 saves over the weekend to earn a pair of shutouts in goal as the Huskies played to 0-0 road draws against California and No. 3 Stanford. On Friday at the third-ranked Cardinal, Herman made a career-high 11 saves to help Washington earn a point on the road. On Sunday against California, Herman made five saves including an outstretched stop in the 108th minute to preserve the tie with the Golden Bears.
Herman leads the Conference and ranks second nationally with nine shutouts this season, with his league-leading 4.58 saves per game.
This is Herman’s first weekly honor and the 33rd all-time Conference weekly accolade for Washington.
In their sole matchup of the week, the Huskies will host Oregon State at 5 p.m. on Pac-12 Network.
A total of 37 matches will be featured live on the Pac-12 Network.
Also nominated: Samuel Ebstein, CAL; Jordan Jones, OSU; Andrew Epstein, STAN
2015 Pac-12 Players of the Week
|Oct. 6 – Jalen Markey, OSU|
|Oct. 13 – Ryan Herman, WASH|