Paul Domann, Edgewood College
...6-1...Freshman...Forward...Madison, Wis. (West)...
The freshman scored Edgewood College's only goal in their 2-1 loss to MSOE in the semifinals of the conference tournament. The goal gave the Eagles the lead with just a minute to go in the first half.
Other nominees: none
October 26-November 1
Kyle Haumersen, Aurora University
...5-10...Junior...Defender...St. Joseph, Mich. (St. Joseph)...
Haumersen had two goals, both game winners, as the Spartans went 2-1 on the week.
Other nominees: Shane Sullivan (Edgewood College), Ben Koepsell (Lakeland College), Matt Birschbach (Wisconsin Lutheran College).
Justin Pedersen, Aurora University
...5-7...Senior...Midfielder...Carol Stream, Ill. (Wheaton North)...
Pedersen led the Spartans to a 2-0 week with a 2-0 win at Lakeland College and a 5-2 victory at Wisconsin Lutheran College. He scored a goal in each contest, while adding two assists in the 5-2 win at Wisconsin Lutheran.
Other nominees: Orlando Esparza (Benedictine University), Tyler Duellman (Edgewood College), Alex Piekarski (Lakeland College).
Jerrid Dokey, Edgewood College
...5-5...Senior...Forward...Green Bay, Wis. (Southwest)...
The senior forward led the Eagles to two wins last week over Lakeland College and Wisconsin Lutheran College, both 3-2 outcomes. In the two games Dokey either scored or assisted on five of the Eagles' six goals. For the week he had three goals and two assists.
Other nominees: Mike Emma (Aurora University), Izzy Castro (Benedictine University), Juan Saldana (Dominican University), Rodolfo Sosa (Lakeland College), Michael Vanek (MSOE).
Edwin Lagunas, Dominican University
...5-10...Sophomore...Forward...Waukegan, Ill. (Carmel Catholic)...
Lagunas helped keep the Stars perfect in NAC play with three goals as Dominican topped both Aurora University and Concordia University Wisconsin last week. Lagunas tallied the first goal in a 2-0 victory over Aurora and then scored the Stars' first two goals in a 3-0 win over CUW.
Other nominees: Ethan Cashen (Aurora University), Chris Jahns (Concordia University Chicago), Jerrid Dokey (Edgewood College), Mike Vanek (MSOE).
September 28-October 4
Matt Eisold, Wisconsin Lutheran College
...5-11...Senior...Goalkeeper...Burlington, Wis. (Burlington)...
Eisold did not allow a goal in 177 minutes of action this past week. He made 10 saves while facing 35 shots as WLC went 1-0-1 on the week.
Other nominees: Andriy Apetrey (Edgewood College), Ted Cormier (Lakeland College), Alex Mejac (MSOE).
Andre Baker, Concordia University Chicago
...5-11...Freshman...Forward...Elmhurst, Ill. (York Community)...
Baker scored the first three goals of his college career in a 5-3 win over Eureka College last Wednesday. His third goal clinched the game with just 1:43 remaining, seconds after the Cougars had taken the lead.
Other nominees: Greg Dezell (Edgewood College), Adam Benson (Lakeland).
Andriy Apetrey, Edgewood College
...5-7...Senior...Forward...Lozani, Ukraine (Wisconsin Dells)...
The senior was a key contributor in the Eagles upset of No. 8 North Park University and a 3-0 record last week. He tallied two goals in the contest including the game winner in double overtime. Apetrey would score two more game winners over the weekend against Benedictine University and Lawrence University. Both goals came in the last 25 minutes of each game.
Other nominees: Jacob Kleinschmidt (Lakeland College), Matt Eisold (Wisconsin Lutheran College).
Trevor Hess, Concordia University Wisconsin
...5-10...Senior...Forward...Hartland, Wis. (Arrowhead)...
Hess led the Falcons to a 2-0-1 record last week, which included a tie with Carthage College and victories over UW-Superior and Ripon College. The senior forward tallied two goals and three assists on the week.
Other nominees: Michael Warren (Concordia University Chicago), Jerrid Dokey (Edgewood College), Ryan Malo (Lakeland College),
August 31-September 6
Nick Helmer, Aurora University
...5-10...Junior...Midfielder...Geneva, Ill. (Geneva)...
Helmer led AU to a 3-0 opening week with four goals, one assist, two game winning goals and was one-of-one on penalty kicks. In AU's 7-0 win over Illinois College, he recorded his first career hat trick.
Other nominees: Ryan Kozin (Benedictine University), Bart Loos (Concordia University Chicago), Roberto Almazan (Dominican University), Woody Burns (Edgewood College), Ryan Malo (Lakeland College), Milan Stupar (Marian University), Joe Westrich (MSOE), Florin Maduta (Wisconsin Lutheran College).