CAA men’s soccer report


Standings (As of 10/4/11)

  1. William & Mary CAA: 3-0, Overall: 6-3
  2. James Madison 2-0, 6-1-1
  3. Georgia State 1-1, 7-2-1
  4. Delaware 1-1, 6-1-1
  5. VCU 1-1, 6-4
  6. Northeastern 1-1, 5-3-1
  7. Old Dominion 1-1, 5-2
  8. George Mason 1-1, 4-3-2
  9. Hofstra 1-1, 4-4
  10. UNC Wilmington 1-2, 3-6
  11. Towson 0-2, 1-5-1
  12. Drexel 0-2, 1-7-1

Weekend slate

Saturday, Oct. 8

4 p.m. Towson @ Drexel

6 p.m. Georgia St. @ Northeastern

7 p.m. UNC Wilmington @ Old Dominion

7 p.m. George Mason @ William & Mary

7 p.m. VCU @ Hofstra

Sunday, Oct. 9

1 p.m. James Madison @ Delaware

CAA Player of the week:
Patrick Innes, Sr., Forward, James Madison

Innes scored twice in the Dukes’ two victories last week, who have now won four straight matches. James Madison beat 25th-ranked West Virginia 2-0 on Wednesday with Innes scoring his second goal in as many games. He also netted a closeout goal against Northeastern as they won that game 2-0 as well. Innes earned the honor of being named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week, in part because he has scored in six of JMU’s last seven matches.

CAA Rookie of the week:
CJ Cochran, Fr., Goalkeeper, Georgia St.

Cochran shut out both of Georgia St.’s opponents last week, keeping N.C. State and Hofstra’s offenses in check. The freshman goalkeeper racked up three saves against N.C. State in the team’s first win over an ACC team since the 2001 season. Cochran only had to make one save in the victory over Hofstra as his defense did most of the dirty work en route to an overtime win. He now leads the CAA with an .879 save percentage and has a miniscule .64 save percentage.

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