Offensive Player of the Week
Hudson, Canisius College
Jr., M, 6-1, 169, London, England/Dr. Challoner's Grammar School
Hudson led the Canisius offense during the weekend with seven points, contributing a point on all four of the team's goals during a perfect 2-0-0 week. The highlight for Hudson was netting a hat trick against St. Francis (Pa.) on Sunday, becoming the first Griff to net three goals in a game since 1999. All three of his tallies came in the second half to lead Canisius to the 3-0 win. Hudson also registered an assist on the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory against St. Bonaventure.
Defensive Player of the Week
Gray, Canisius College
Sr., GK, 6-3, 184, Gasparillo, Trinidad/University of District Columbia
Gray anchored the Canisius defense to a pair of victories during the weekend, posting two shutouts. The senior keeper stopped one shot in a 1-0 win over local rival St. Bonaventure before finishing with four saves in a win against St. Francis. Gray now has four shutouts on the season, tied for the most in the program's history.
Rookie of the Week
Ndjock, Loyola University Maryland
Fr., F, 5-9, 172, Berlin, Germany/Julius-Leber-Schule
Ndjock had a personal-best performance for the Greyhounds in their 4-2 win over James Madison - a team that owns a 1-0 victory over No. 2 UNC, the defending national champions. Ndjock assisted classmate Dominic Marshall in the 6th minute to put the Greyhounds ahead. He then assisted Stephen Dooley's game-winning goal in the 79th minute before tacking on an insurance goal within 45 seconds left. The two assists mark the first collegiate assists for Ndjock, while his goal is his team-leading fifth of the year.