Pac-12 Men's Soccer Player of the Week - Nov. 1, 2021
Nov 1, 2021
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Adrian Fernandez, Jr., GK, OREGON STATE (Madrid, Spain)
2 matches, 0 goals allowed, 8 saves, 180 minutes
- Junior goalkeeper recorded pair of shutouts to keep Oregon State (11-1-2, 6-0-1) atop the Pac-12 standings and on the verge of program's first Conference title.
- The Beavers are also No. 1 in the NCAA RPI and likely to ascend to the highest United Soccer Coaches national ranking in program history in Tuesday's new poll (currently No. 3, tied for best in program history).
- Made four saves in 1-0 blanking of Stanford on Thursday, followed by four more stops, including a penalty-kick save at the 67:00 mark, in 2-0 clean sheet versus California on Sunday.
- Tied for Conference lead and top 10 nationally (T-9th) with seven shutouts this season.
- Owns OSU program record and has climbed to a tie for sixth in Pac-12 history with 21 career shutouts.
- First career weekly award, 30th all-time for Beavers' program.
ALSO NOMINATED: Matt Frank, STANFORD.
2021 Pac-12 Men's Soccer Players of the Week
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