MAC Men's Soccer Players of the Week

Updated 11/2/2010

Men's Soccer Co-Players of the Week
Mike Unwin, Buffalo, Forward
Junior, Basingstoke, England (North Iowa CC)
Unwin scored the game-winning goal against Florida Atlantic on Sunday as the Bulls clinched a spot in the Mid-American Conference playoffs. Unwin missed the Detroit match on Tuesday due to an accumulation of yellow cards but returned to the pitch on Sunday with a strong match. Unwin tallied his team-best fifth goal of the season with 12 minutes left in the first half as he redirected Casey Derkacz's throw in past FAU goalkeeper James McCormick. Unwin had 11 of UB's 18 shots in the contest and leads the Bulls in scoring with 13 points (five goals, three assists).

Derek Schrauben, Western Michigan, Defender
Freshman, Lake Orion, Mich. (Lake Orion)
Freshman defender Derek Schrauben led Western Michigan to a 2-1 win over Hartwick Saturday, as the Broncos secured a spot in the MAC semifinals. Schrauben scored the Broncos' first goal and assisted the second in the win. It was the first goal and assist of his career. Both were in the second half.

Other Nominees:
Ryan Comiskey, Bowling Green, Forward
Freshman, Grantville, Pa. (Northern Lebanon)
Scored his first collegiate goal in the Michigan game ... scored on a blast from 18 yards out with just under 10 minutes left in the match.

Juan Hoyos, Northern Illinois, Forward
Senior, Aurora, Ill.
Hoyos scored two goals to help NIU to an undefeated weekend. His first tally came in the 14th minute against Western Michigan, when he received a pass from teammate Brad Horton and volleyed the ball into the net. Hoyos' second effort came late in the Bowling Green match. In the 86th minute, Hoyos got on the end of a cross from Gael Rivera to score the match-winner.