Anderson, Girouard, Sinclair Sunrise Conf. Players of the Week
September 6, 2010
UMFK soccer players Andre Anderson, David Girouard and Whitney Sinclair have been selected as Sunrise Conference Players of the Week as the league handed out the first awards for the fall season.
Report compiled by Sunrise Conference Sports Information Director Matt Metcalf
Sunrise Conference Players of the Week
September 7, 2010
Offensive Player of the Week– Whitney Sinclair (Jr., Forward, Univ. of Maine at Fort Kent)
Sinclair, the reigning Sunrise Conference Offensive Player of the Year and last season’s top scorer, earns the nod this week after collecting seven points in three Fort Kent wins. The junior forward from Dexter, Maine scored one goal and set up two others in a 10-0 shutout of St. Thomas College. She also had one goal and one assist in a 2-1 win over Emmanuel College.
Defensive Player of the Week – Chelsea Boudreau (Sr., Midfield, Univ. of Maine at Presque Isle).
Boudreau guided a strong defensive effort for the Owls in their season-opening 2-0 win over Unity College. The senior midfielder from Wallace, Nova Scotia helped hold Unity to no shots on goal and not one corner kick in the win.
Offensive Player of the Week – Andre Anderson (Sr. Forward, Univ. of Maine at Fort Kent)
Anderson, last year’s Sunrise Conference Offensive Player of the Year, kicked off his senior year in usual style as the high-scoring forward garnered 11 points in a pair of Fort Kent wins this week. The Manchester, Jamaica native and two-time NAIA all-American netted a hat trick with one assist in a 6-0 win over Husson College and then followed that with two scores in a 12-0 win over St. Thomas College.
Defensive Player of the Week –David Girouard (So., Goalie, Univ. of Maine at Fort Kent)
Girouard receives the award this week after recording two shutouts between the pipes. The sophomore goalie from St.-Eustache, Quebec, picked up his second and third shutouts of the season with three saves in a 6-0 win over Husson College and one save in a 12-0 win over St. Thomas College.