Offensive Player of the Week
Otto, Iona College
Sr., F, 5-6, 150, Willingsboro, N.J./Stevenson University
Otto posted seven points on three goals and one assist this weekend. Against Rider, Otto picked up his first career hat trick for the Gaels, scoring once as well as adding an assist in the first half and scoring twice in the second propelling Iona to a 6-5 win.
Co-Defensive Players of the Week
Van Riper, Loyola University Maryland
Jr., GK, 6-4, 195, Groton, Mass./Groton-Dunstable
In a 2-0 week for the Greyhounds, Van Riper stopped all but one shot that he faced, a penalty kick at Iona. Of Van Riper's nine saves, six were in a 3-0 shutout win at Fairfield, marking Van Riper's sixth clean sheet of the year. He also has a league-best three shutouts in MAAC play. AgainstIona, Van Riper turned back three shots as the Greyhounds handed the Gaels their first MAAC loss of the season.
Myers, Siena College
R-So., GK, 5-10, 168, Ballston Spa, N.Y./Ballston Spa
Playing in just his second and third collegiate matches, Myers went 2-0 in goal for the Saints this weekend with a 0.50 goals against average, seven saves and .875 save percentage. On Friday he made five saves in earning his first collegiate shutout against previously undefeated Niagara. Sunday, he added two more saves against Canisius as Siena remained in a tie for first place in the MAAC.
Rookie of the Week
Ndjock, Loyola University Maryland
Fr., F, 5-9, 172, Berlin, Germany/Julius-Leber-Schule
Ndjock scored in both of Loyola's MAAC games this weekend to lead the Greyhounds to a 2-0 record on the road. Ndjock recorded two goals in a span of three minutes at Iona to help Loyola hand the Gaels their first MAAC loss of the season. He then tacked on another goal at Fairfield to finish the week with three goals. For the season, he leads Loyola and is among the leaders in the MAAC with 10 goals and 23 points.