Toby, Davis & Hanson Receive Men's Soccer Players of the Week
Player of the Week
Joseph Toby, Flagler
5-10 • Jr. • MF • Freetown, Sierra Leone
Toby scored four goals with two assists for the 2-0 Saints as they captured the regular-season title. The senior had a hat trick and added an assist in a 5-4 win at Tampa. He then scored the equalizer and assisted on the game-winner as Flagler beat Clayton State to capture the crown. Toby had a hand in six of the seven Flagler goals scored in the two games and is now tied for second in the PBC with nine goals scored this year. He is also second in points.
Defender of the Week
Michael Davis, UNC Pembroke
5-9 • Sr. • D • Charlotte, N.C.
Davis had key moments on offense and defense for the Braves last week. He led a defense that fought Montevallo to a 1-1 double-overtime tie and scored the lone goal in that game. The goal came when he headed in a corner kick in the 83rd minute to force the extra sessions. Defensively, he helped keep the Falcons off the scoreboard for 78 minutes until allowing a goal on a free kick. The UNCP defense leads the PBC with a 0.82 GAA and has allowed a league-low 12 goals to be scored this season.
Goalkeeper of the Week
Ryan Hanson, UNC Pembroke
6-1 • Soph. • GK • Cary, N.C.
Hanson takes his second straight weekly award after keeping the Braves in the game for a 1-1 tie with Montevallo. The sophomore faced a 17-shot barrage during the game, making four saves and allowing only one goal on a free kick. Hanson is currently second in the PBC with a 0.91 GAA, 10 goals allowed and a .787 save percentage.
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