Jacob Lusczek, Randolph, Jr., Forward
Lusczek, a junior from Fredericksburg, Va., helped the WildCats to a pair of wins in a 2-1 week. Against Randolph-Macon, he assisted on Randolph's first goal and then broke a 1-1 tie in the 59th minute with the would-be game-winner to help the WildCats lock up the fifth seed in the ODAC tournament. In the quarterfinals against Guilford, Lusczek scored Randolph's first goal in the 12th minute as the WildCats went on to win 3-0 and advance to the ODAC semifinals against top-seeded Roanoke.
Men's Soccer Honor Roll
Greg Carnovale, Guilford - (Sr, F -
Abita Springs, La., 2)
Carnovale scored the game-winning goal in the Quakers' 2-0 win over Hampden-Sydney, which clinched Guilford's best ODAC Tournament seed (4th) since 2004. The tally was his second game-winner in four games.
Robbie Lentine, Roanoke - (Fr, D - Raymond, ME, 23)
Lentine scored the game-winning goal at 73:46 to break a 1-1 tie and propel RC past EMU, 2-1, in the quarterfinals of the ODAC tournament. The freshman defender came off the bench to score the goal. Lentine has only scored two goals this season, both of them game winners.
Brian Cornell, Va. Wesleyan - (JR, MR - Front Royal, Va., 4)
Cornell emerged to score the winning goal in an ODAC quarterfinal win, 1-0, at Lynchburg. The goal increased his season total to eight, establishing him as the Marlins' leading point scorer this season with 19. He is tied with Travis Walke for goals scored with eight.
Albert Civitarese, Washington and Lee - (So, GK - Bridgeville, Pa., 1)
Civitarese recorded his seventh and eighth shutouts of the season as the Generals topped Eastern Mennonite, 2-0, and Bridgewater, 1-0, in the ODAC quarterfinals. Civitarese made six saves on the week, including four against the Eagles.