Stephens, a sophomore from Williamsburg, Va., scored three goals and posted one assist en route to helping the Tigers topple two of the top teams in the ODAC this week. Against a Lynchburg team that had allowed only one goal in ODAC play and was coming off five straight shutouts, Stephens scored twice on the Hornets and assisted on the third score in a 3-0 H-SC win. He followed up against Bridgewater with one goal in a second 3-0 triumph for the Tigers. Stephens has scored all 13 of his points this season in the last three games, all ODAC contests.
Men's Soccer Honor Roll
Christian Rhine, East. Mennonite -
(Fr, F - Palmyra, PA, 7)
In a 1-1 week for the Royals, Rhine provided all of EMU's offense in a 3-2 overtime win at Randolph-Macon, notching his 1st career hat trick. Twice against the Yellow Jackets, Rhine provided equalizers, including with 3:12 left in regulation. Then he gave the Royals the win with his third goal with 1:59 left in OT. It was the 16th hat trick in EMU program history, but the first since 2005. Rhine is fourth in the ODAC in goals (8) and points (16).
Michael MacVane, Guilford - (Jr, GK - Hampton Falls, N.H., 00)
MacVane posted shutouts in back-to-back ODAC wins for the Quakers last week, Guilford's first consecutive league whitewashes in school history. He made five stops in a 2-0 decision at defending league champ Randolph, which marked Guilford's first road win of the year. He made six saves in a home 1-0 victory over Virginia Wesleyan on the weekend. MacVane lowered his goal against average to 1.28.
Daniel Jobrack, Lynchburg - (Fr, M - Fredericksburg, VA, 24)
In a 3-0 win over EMU, Jobrack tallied his first career points. He scored the opening goal of the game and assisted on the second score. Lynchburg went 1-1 on the week.
Corey Sindle, Randolph - (Jr, F - Gloucester, VA, 7)
Sindle helped the WildCat's salvage a 1-1 week thanks to his late game heroics against Roanoke College on Saturday. Sindle netted a goal in the 87th minute to send the game with the Maroons to overtime, and then ended the contest with a shot from 25 yards away with just over two minutes left in the first overtime period. Sindle is now third in the ODAC in goals with nine, and leads the WildCats in goals and points.
Garrett Eldridge, Roanoke - (So, MF - Wayne, PA, 10)
Eldridge scored two goals for the Maroons in a 1-1 week. He scored the opening goal in the 3-1 win over Shenandoah. He also notched the Maroons' goal in a 2-1 OT loss to Randolph.
James Dutcher, Shenandoah - (Jr, GK - Severn, Md., 1)
Dutcher helped Shenandoah to a 0-1-1 week by making 15 saves in net, including 11 stops in a 0-0 draw with Emory & Henry. He made four stops in a loss to Roanoke earlier in the week.
Zach Colby, Washington and Lee - (So, F - Prairie Village, Kan., 3)
Colby helped Washington and Lee to a 2-0 week in ODAC play as the Generals moved into the top spot in the conference standings with 19 points. Colby opened with both goals in a 2-0 win over Emory & Henry. He followed that with the equalizer in what would eventually be a 2-1 Generals' win over Randolph-Macon. Colby currently leads the ODAC with 25 points and 12 goals scored.