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SDSU's Blackwell earns men's soccer weekly honors

Nov 17, 2015
SDSU Athletics

SAN FRANCISCO – SAN DIEGO STATE’s Brady Blackwell was named Pac-12 Men’s Soccer Player of the Week for competition during the week of Nov. 9-14, the Conference office announced on Tuesday.

Blackwell, a sophomore midfielder from Dublin, Ohio, scored the golden goal in SDSU’s 1-0 double-overtime victory over then-No. 16 UCLA on Saturday. His game winner came in the 103rd minute when Blackwell redirected teammate Ozzie Ramos’ shot from outside the 8-yard box and into the left side of the net. The goal was Blackwell’s second goal and second game winner of the season.

The win marked San Diego State’s first over UCLA since 2007. It was also the second time this season the Bruins were held scoreless. The Aztecs finish the 2015 campaign with an 8-8-3 record, its best overall mark since 2011.

This is Blackwell’s first Conference weekly honor and the Aztecs’ 18th all-time weekly nod.


Sept. 1 – Mikhail Doholis, OSU
Sept. 8 – Andrew Epstein, STAN
Sept. 15 – Timmy Mueller, OSU
Sept. 22 – Jose Carrera-Garcia, CAL
Sept. 28 – Seyi Adekoya, UCLA
Oct. 6 – Jalen Markey, OSU
Oct. 13 – Ryan Herman, WASH
Oct. 20 – Jordan Morris, STAN
Oct. 27 – Christian Thierjung, CAL
Nov. 3 – Abu Danladi, UCLA
Nov. 10 – Jackson Yueill, UCLA
Nov. 17 – Brady Blackwell, SDSU