Men's Soccer Moravian Names Bob Wilkinson as Next Head Men's Soccer Coach TOWSON, Md. --- The Moravian College Department of Athletics & Recreation has named Bob Wilkinson as its next Head Men's Soccer Coach beginning on March 12. Readmore
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Athletes of the Week
Athletes Of The Week
Offensive Athlete of the Week Brian Galfond Catholic (Jr., F - Gaithersburg, Md.) Catholic junior Brian Galfond racked up six points for the victorious Cardinals this week. He tallied one goal and one assist in both of Catholic's wins this week including the gamewinner in the must-win Landmark game over the University of Scranton. After dishing out an assist against Gettysburg on Wednesday, Galfond controlled a loose ball six-yards out and floated to the top of the net for the equalizer sending the contest into overtime. Catholic clinched a spot in the postseason, on Saturday with a gamewinning score from Galfond in the opening minutes of the game. In the fifth minute, Galfond took a pass from sophomore Bradley Pierro and sent it low into the back-left corner from 25 yards out on the pitch. Later in the 76th minutes, he earned his sixth point of the week when he slotted the ball to senior Nick Joesten who then placed it in the back of the net.
Defensive Athlete of the Week Zachery Tashjy Catholic (Sr., GK - Manasquan, N.J.) Catholic graduate student Zachery Tashjy totaled 14 saved this week to record two wins and claim a Landmark shutout over the University of Scranton. During Catholic's must-win contest with Scranton, Tashjy made six stops including an outstanding diving save in the opening minute to keep the Royals scoreless. The victory punched Catholic's ticket to the Landmark Conference semifinals while knocking Scranton out of the running for the 2017 conference crown.