Sept. 13, 2005
With three weeks of competition in the books, the Patriot League handed out its weekly awards for men's soccer on Tuesday, and Josh Trott and Felipe Castrillon from Holy Cross and Adam Edwards of Bucknell were the recipients.
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Men's Soccer Weekly Release Sept. 13, 2005
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BRINE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Josh Trott, Jr., F, Holy Cross
Trott (Glen Cove, N.Y./Friends Academy) scored three goals over the weekend at the Albany Showcase, leading Holy Cross to its first wins of the season. After being down 1-0 to Saint Francis, Trott got the Crusaders on the board with their first goal of the season, and the team coasted the rest of the weekend, scoring seven unanswered goals across the two games.
BRINE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Adam Edwards, Sr., GK, Bucknell
Edwards (Downingtown, Pa./Downington) notched two shutout wins in games at the Loyola Classic. Against host Loyola he had four saves and then recorded four saves against Richmond. For the season has 25 saves and a 0.75 goals against average. He also notched his 21st career shutout placing him second in Bucknell history.
BRINE ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
Felipe Castrillon, Fr., M, Holy Cross
Castrillon (Weston, Fla./Cypress Bay) earned All-Tournament accolades after scoring two goals over the weekend at the Albany Showcase. He netted the game-winner on Saturday against Saint Francis (NY) and gave the Crusaders another insurance goal on Sunday against Canisius.