Pac-12 Men's Soccer Player of the Week - Sept. 27, 2021
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kendall Burks, Jr., D, WASHINGTON (Tacoma, Wash.)
2 matches, 178 minutes, 1 goal
- Contributed a goal and dominated in the air while anchoring a back line for 178-of-189 minutes in a pair of road victories for undefeated Washington (7-0-0) last week.
- Went 99 minutes at center back and nodded in the opening goal in the 52nd minute of UW's 2-1 overtime victory at Seattle U to win the WAC/101 Club Cup on Monday.
- Was in the mix on a free-kick header that eventually found the back of the net as an own goal for the decisive tally in Friday's 2-0 win at Portland. Logged 79 minutes at right back in the Huskies' fourth shutout of the season.
- First career weekly award for Burks, 45th all-time and second of season for Huskies' program.
ALSO NOMINATED: Joran Gerbet, OREGON STATE; Tevenn Roux, SAN DIEGO STATE; Ousseni Bouda, STANFORD; Tucker Lepley, UCLA.
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|
|Sept. 27||Kendall Burks, WASHINGTON|