Pac-12 Men's Soccer Player of the Week - Sept. 20, 2021
Sep 20, 2021
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jacob Castro, So., GK, SAN DIEGO STATE (Spanaway, Wash.)
2 matches, 191 minutes, 0 goals allowed, 9 saves
- Totaled nine saves as nationally ranked San Diego State remained unbeaten (5-0-2) and took six points from its Conference openers for the first time since 2011 with a pair of shutouts of CALIFORNIA (2-0) and then-No. 23 STANFORD (1-0 2OT).
- Career-best seven saves in victory over the Cardinal for program's first win in the series since 2011.
- Currently leads the Pac-12 and NCAA Division I in shutouts (six), goals-against average (0.132) and save percentage (.963).
- Led Aztecs to first unbeaten start through seven matches since 2005.
- First career weekly award for Castro, 25th all-time for SDSU program.
ALSO NOMINATED: Justin Garces, UCLA; Ryan Sailor, WASHINGTON.
2021 Pac-12 Men's Soccer Players of the Week
|Date||Player of the Week|
|Aug. 30||Lucas Meek, WASHINGTON|
|Sept. 6||Jack Singer, CALIFORNIA|
|Sept. 13||Ousseni Bouda, STANFORD|
|Sept. 20||Jacob Castro, SAN DIEGO STATE|
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