Pac-12 men's soccer player of the week
THIS WEEK: Adam Allmaras, RS-JR, GK, SAN DIEGO STATE
• Helped hold Stanford’s five-match winning streak to open Pac-12 play by tying his season high with seven saves against the No. 12/10 Cardinal in the 1-1 draw.
• Had three saves in the first 14 minutes against a Stanford team that led the Pac-12 in shots and goals per game entering the match and had outscored its opposition 21-5 in its previous nine games.
• Made three additional saves against Cal to complete his conference-leading ninth shutout of the season, and anchored a defense that helped the Aztecs sweep the Golden Bears for the first time since 2009.
• The redshirt junior now has 19 clean sheets for his career and leads the conference with a .563 goals-against average and an .870 save percentage.
• This is Allmaras' second career nod this season and San Diego State's 24th all-time.
ALSO NOMINATED: Drew Skundrich, STAN; Felix Vobejda, UCLA; Garret Jackson, WASH
2016 PAC-12 MEN'S SOCCER PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
|Oct. 25||Adam Allmaras, San Diego State|
|Oct. 18||Corey Baird, Stanford|
|Oct. 11||Andrew Epstein, Stanford|
|Oct. 4||Travis Nicklaw, San Diego State|
|Sept. 27||Travis Nicklaw, San Diego State|
|Sept. 20||Christian Thierjung, California|
|Sept. 13||Jeroen Meffout, San Diego State|
|Sept. 6||Adam Allmaras, San Diego State|
|Aug. 30||Nick Lima, California|