Leap, a sophomore from Harrisonburg, Virginia, scored three goals on the week. Leap scored a goal in a scramble to put the Royals ahead 2-1 en route to a 3-1 win over Washington and Lee on Wednesday. On Saturday, Leap provided EMU with all its offense in a 2-1 upset over the Maroons. Leap nailed a header off a corner kick to put EMU up. Roanoke then netted an equalizer, but Leap scored unassisted just before halftime in what turned out to be the game-winner.
Men's Soccer Honor Roll
Jonathan Shine, Guilford College, Sophomore -
Shine averaged 8.5 saves per match in Guilford's 0-2 week. He had a 2.00 goals against average and 0.810 saves percentage on the week and had eight saves in a 1-0 home loss to regionally ranked Roanoke. Shine also made nine stops in the Quakers' 3-0 setback at regionally ranked Virginia Wesleyan.
Brett Chonko, Hampden-Sydney College, Senior -
Chonko scored the Tigers' tying goal against Lynchburg College with under four minutes left in regulation on Wednesday. On Saturday at Washington and Lee, Chonko helped lock down the Generals attack as Hampden-Sydney shut out their record-tying tenth opponent on the season. The Tigers' nine goals allowed this season is the best mark in the ODAC.
Zachary MacDougall, Randolph College, Junior -
MacDougall tallied the game-winning goal and added an assist in the WildCats 2-0 shutout over Averett University this week.
Brandon Massie, Virginia Wesleyan College, Senior -
Massie helped guide VWC to 2-0 week by adding two goals and three assists to his totals. He now has 54 career goals. Massie scored two goals in a 3-1 win at Randolph-Macon to create the tie. Massie leads Marlin scoring with 13 goals, 9 assists, and 35 points.