Luke Moore, Lynchburg, So., Forward
Moore, a sophomore from Richmond, Va., recorded a seven-point week in leading the Hornets to a 2-0 showing with a pair of conference wins. In a 2-0 win over Guilford on Wednesday, Moore scored the game's first goal and assisted on LC's second tally. The 2011 ODAC Rookie of the Year scored twice over the weekend, leading Lynchburg to a 4-0 triumph over Bridgewater. He notched the first two goals against RC, including a 30-yard strike to put LC up 2-0. Moore now has seven goals towards 15 points on the season.
Men's Soccer Honor Roll
Jacob Shank, East. Mennonite - (So, M
- West Liberty, OH, 11)
Shank scored his first career goal in just his third career start, notching the game-winner with 1:55 left to play against Emory & Henry. Shank completed a 2-1 EMU comeback on the road, springing loose on the left side during a breakaway to give the Royals a "W" and three points in the ODAC standings.
Michael Robles, Guilford - (Jr, F - Silver Spring, Md., 17)
Robles made his first goal of the season count as it proved the game-winner in Guilford's 1-0 win at league-foe Randolph-Macon to keep the Quakers in the hunt for an ODAC Tournament berth.
Nick Reemtsen, Randolph - (Jr, D - Richmond, VA, 5)
Reemtsen helped the WildCats to a 1-0-1 week as the WildCats pitched a pair of shutouts. Wednesday against conference-leading W&L, Reemtsen helped stifle the General attack, with the game ending in a scoreless tie. Saturday against Shenandoah, the WildCats blanked the Hornets 4-0 in earning their fifth ODAC win of the year. Reemtsen scored his first career goal on a free kick, which ended up being the game-winner.
Chris Conover, Roanoke - (Sr, D - Dagsboro, DE, 4)
Conover scored all three goals in Roanoke's 3-0 victory over Washington and Lee, propelling the Maroons first place in the ODAC. Conover's three goals were also a career-high for goals in a game.
Travis Walke, Va. Wesleyan - (FR, F - Virginia Beach, 8)
Walke recorded the first hat trick of his intercollegiate career in an ODAC win over Eastern Mennonite. Walke scored off two headers into the middle of the goal and his third on a booming shot on the run from about 20 yards out into the right corner. He scored VWC's first goal and the last two. Walke now leads VWC goal scoring with eight and is tied for the scoring lead overall with 17 points.