Offensive Player of the Week
Falconer, Canisius College
Sr., F, 5-11, 185, Waterford, Ireland
Falconer led the Canisuis attack to a pair of victories at the Panther Invitaitonal during the weekend, recording five points, two goals and an assist in wins against Eastern Illinois (4-3) and IUPUI (2-1). He opened the scoring against Eastern Illinois on Friday and after the Panthers tied the contest in the 73rd minute, Falconer assisted on the game-winning tally just 32 seconds later for Canisius' first win of the year. In the second game of the weekend, Falconer scored the game-winning goal with 3:09 remaining in regulation as Canisius improved to 2-0-2 in 2012, the team's best start since 1976.
Defensive Player of the Week
O'Keeffe, Fairfield University
Sr., GK, 6-1, 170, Christchurch, New Zealand/St. Andrew's H.S.
O'Keeffe posted a shutout in the Stags season opening win against Columbia University, making three saves to post his 16th career shutout. He moved into second place all-time at Fairfield with the shutout. He followed up with seven saves against nationally-ranked Boston College, allowing one goal in a 1-0 loss. For the week, he made 10 saves and allowed one goal in 180 minutes of work.
Rookie of the Week
Ndjock, Loyola University Maryland
Fr., F, 5-9, 172, Berlin, Germany/Julius-Leber-Schule
Ndjock scored both goals in Loyola's 2-1 victory over Cal State Northridge - a program receiving votes in the most recent national poll - on Sunday. Ndjock's first collegiate goal came almost three minutes after the Matadors scored, as he headed a corner kick from Connor Thompson into the goal. He then put a free kick from Kevin Curran into the net in the 67th minute for the game-winning goal. Ndjock leads the Greyhounds with two goals and four points this season.