MAC Men's Soccer Player of the Week

Updated 11/9/2010
MAC Men's Soccer Player of the Week
Miguel Rosales, Bowling Green, Goalkeeper
Senior, Aurora, Colo. (Smoky Hill) (Univ. of Cincinnati)
Had a goals-against average of just 0.45 last week, as the Falcons went 1-0-1 in two road games, and clinched a berth in the MAC Tournament ... posted his sixth shutout of the season, the most by a BGSU 'keeper in seven years, as the Falcons tied IUPUI, 0-0, in double OT ... made three saves en route to the shutout ... also had three stops in BGSU's 2-1 win at Florida Atlantic, with the Falcons needing a win or a tie to clinch a league tournament berth ... on the year, has 73 saves and a GAA of 1.43 ... in the Falcons' six MAC matches, his GAA was just 1.00.

Other Nominees:
Michael Nanchoff, Akron, Midfielder
Junior, North Royalton, Ohio (Walsh Jesuit HS)
Michael Nanchoff helped lead the No. 2 Zips to a pair of road wins to close out the regular season last week. The junior midfielder played all 90 minutes in UA's 1-0 win against the Spartans, which represented the team's 12th shutout in 18 games this season. Then, Nanchoff played a part in both Akron goals in an 2-1 come-from-behind victory against the Hawks. The native of North Royalton, Ohio, assisted UA's first goal of the day in the 68th minute before recording his third game-winning goal of the season with a successful penalty kick in the 80th minute.

Rich Wilson, Buffalo, Midfielder
Senior, Ocho Rios, Jamaica (Cincinnati)
Wilson scored his first goal of the season and seventh of his career in his final appearance at UB Stadium in UB's 2-1 loss to Western Michigan.

Kai Mendes, Western Michigan, Midfielder
Sophomore, Grand Rapids, Mich. (Rockford)
Western Michigan sophomore Kai Mendes assisted both goals in WMU's 2-1 win over Buffalo Friday. The assists were his team-leading sixth and seventh of the season, as Mendes ranks third in the conference in total assists. Setting the table for the Bronco win, Mendes helped WMU capture the No. 2 seed and finish as conference regular season runners-up for the first time in school history. The victory also gave Western Michigan its first winning record (9-7-2) in seven years and was the most wins for the school since 2005.