Collin Travasos Named Pac-12 Player Of The Week
BERKELEY – Collin Travasos was named the Pac-12 Player of the Week, the conference office announced on Wednesday, after the goalkeeper shut out two of the top-10 teams in the nation for the surging California men's soccer team. Travasos also earned the Top Drawer Soccer Player of the Week accolade and a spot on the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week.
The Encinitas, California, product made five saves in the Bears' 0-0, double-overtime tie with No. 9 Stanford on March 24 on the Farm. He also made five saves on March 28, when Cal upset No. 3 Oregon State, 1-0, in Berkeley and now leads the Pac-12 with 30 saves.
Travasos has posted three consecutive shutouts – including a 2-0 win at UCLA on March 20 – and lowered his goals-against average to 1.29. He has a save percentage of 0.789.
The redshirt freshman is the second Golden Bear – after Arman Samimi on March 16 – to be named Pac-12 Player of the Week this season.
The Bears next play No. 7 Washington on Saturday in Seattle.
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