Keegan Rosenberry delivers game-winning goal for Georgetown, Sebastian Elney travels to Germany with U.S. Under-20 team and more from Week 6 in college soccer.Georgetown defender Keegan Rosenberry's first goal of the season gave the Hoyas a 1-0 overtime win over Xavier on Saturday night. For his feats, the senior was named to the Big East Conference Honor Roll for the week, one of two Union Academy alums to receive conference awards in Week 6 of the college soccer season.
Memphis senior defender Quincy Thomas was recognized as the Defensive Player of the Week for The American Athletic Conference for his performance anchoring the defense in the Tigers 1-0 win over UConn last Friday. The victory was just the second of the year for the Tigers, which started the season 0-5-2.
Maryland freshman Sebastian Elney was out of the Terps lineup for their 2-0 win over Villanova on Tuesday night because he was called up to the U.S. Under-20 team for a trip to Germany. North Carolina freshman Sean Wilson, who has made only one appearance so far this season, was also called up.
Brian White, Darius Madison, Colton Storm and Matthew Greer score goals
Duke sophomore Brian White scored in overtime to lead the Blue Devils to a 3-2 win over Hofstra on Monday night. The goal was the third of the season for the midfielder.
Senior forward Darius Madison netted his sixth goal of the season from the spot in the 49th minute of a 1-1 draw with Hartford last Saturday.
North Carolina junior defender Colton Storm made the score sheet for the third straight game last Friday with a goal in a 2-0 win over Pitt. Storm has two goals and three assists on the season for the No. 2 Tar Heels.
Dartmouth sophomore Matthew Greer scored his first career goal and it held up as the game-winner in the Big Green's 3-2 win over Vermont on Tuesday night. Greer also recorded his third assist of the season in his 39-minute appearance off the bench.
Maloney hurt in win over Rutgers; Levano makes first start
Penn State forward Connor Maloney assisted on Penn State's game-winner in a 2-0 win over Rutgers last Friday, but the junior also suffered a knee injury in a game that had a two-hour power outage delay. Maloney left a game earlier this season early and missed another from a concussion earlier in the season.
Freshman forward Brandon Levano made his first career start for Loyola in a scoreless draw with Lafayette last Friday. He ended up playing 38 minutes in the game, his longest appearance yet.