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MVP of the Week: Noah Iverson, Missouri

Mizzou’s sophomore attack sensation, Noah Iverson (26g, 37a), is currently leading the nation with 63 points. He also is atop of Division 1 with a spectacular 6.3 points per game through 10 competitions. Last weekend, Iverson punched in a season-high 7 goals and 2 assists against Illinois on their home turf. The impressive performance became the sophomore’s fourth 9-point game so far in 2017.
Goaltender of the Week: Sean Pihl, Cal Poly

Deserving the attention in the crease, senior netminder Sean Pihl is helping #4 Cal Poly maintain a top spot. Facing over 12 shots per game, Pihl has stopped 88 of the balls thrown at him. He’s also just one of four goalies in the league with a goal of his own this season. Allowing under 5 goals per game, Pihl led the Mustangs to another victory, holding DII #4 Sierra Nevada to just four goals.

Coach of the Week: Ken Lovic, Georgia Tech

For the first time in school history, the Coach Lovic’ Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets achieved the number one ranking in the Coaches Poll. What makes it an even greater achievement, they were able to maintain their position for two consecutive polls, the first squad to do such in 2017. Currently 5-0, their flawless record was extended last weekend, taking down #15 Michigan State, 15-8. Not experiencing a regular-season loss since March of 2014 (Texas), Lovic will look to keep the focus as they attempt to extend the streak when facing ranked opponents in their next four games.


MVP of the Week: Louis Richman, Montana State

In Division II, #12 Montana State’s Louis Richman has racked up nearly 10 points per game after 4 tries. Last weekend, the junior attackman registered a combined 4 goals and 10 assists in a pair of conference wins over UC-Denver and Colorado Mines. This week he will have his work cut out for him when the Bobcats go on the road to #1 St. Thomas, #4 St. John’s, and #5 North Dakota State.

Goaltender of the Week: John Scalley

On the opposite end, freshman John Scalley is standing on his head, allowing only 14 goals in 5 games to help #21 UT-Dallas start the season 5-0. With a shutout to open the season, the young netminder has continued breakdown his opposition, allowing no more than 5 goals per game. Last weekend, Scalley backed his team to a second conference win, 22-4, over Tarleton State.

Coach of the Week: Matt Gier, College of Idaho

Leading the Yotes since 2010, the labor of Coach Gier steered his program to their first national ranking. Coming in at #25, the College of Idaho kicked off the season by earning three convincing victories over Northwest rivals. Taking 2017 by storm, C of I have raked in 43 goals in their first week on the field. With one of their largest rosters to date, the tiny school of just 1,200 undergrads is starting to make a commotion in the PNCLL.

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