Max Quellhorst, Washington and Lee, So., Midfielder
Quellhorst, a sophomore from Centerville, Ohio, helped Washington and Lee to a 2-0 week as he had an assist on the second goal in a 3-0 win over Virginia Wesleyan, and then followed that with the lone goal of the game in the 69th minute for a 1-0 win over Hampden-Sydney. The goal and the assist were the first two of the season for the second-year midfielder.
Men's Soccer Honor Roll
Andrew Yoder, East. Mennonite - (So, G
- Harrisonburg, VA, 0)
Yoder didn't allow a goal in a 3-0 week for the Royals. He now has a streak of 361:43 scoreless minutes in goal, as EMU has four straight shutouts, including three in ODAC play. Sunday Yoder was at his best, facing 22 shots from Maryville and coming away with six saves. The win also notched Coach Roger Mast's 200th career victory. Yoder had two saves in a 2-0 win over Shenandoah and one stop in a 2-0 win over Guilford earlier in the week. Yoder leads the ODAC with six shutouts, an .851 save percentage, and a 0.68 goals against average.
Matthew Poling, Guilford - (So, F - Lillington, N.C., 10)
Poling scored a career- and game-high three points with a goal and an assist in Guilford's 3-1 home win over Ferrum to help the Quakers to a 1-1 week.
Luke Moore, Lynchburg - (So, F - Richmond, VA, 3)
Moore helped the Hornets to a 1-1 week, scoring a goal in the 2-1 loss to CNU and then adding another tally in a 3-0 win over Shenandoah on Sunday.
Grant Collier, Randolph - (Fr, M - Chesapeake, VA, 16)
Collier netted his first two collegiate goals in a 5-2 win over Emory & Henry Saturday. His first goal scored ended up being the game-decider. Collier took the first three shots of his career, with the two he put on net resulting in goals.
Tyler Carbaugh, Roanoke - (Fr, MF - Blacksburg, VA, 3)
Carbaugh notched his first collegiate goal at an opportune time as his header in the 88th minute put Roanoke ahead, 3-2, and secured an ODAC win by the same score over Virginia Wesleyan.