KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Nov. 3, 2021) – United Soccer Coaches announced its College Player of the Week awards on Wednesday afternoon, with seven student-athletes representing NCAA Division I, II, III, and NJCAA men’s and women’s soccer. 

NCAA Division I Men: Oscar Haynes Brown (George Washington)

NCAA Division I Women: Caroline Conti (Clemson)

NCAA Division II Men: Aris Oluwatuyi (Lewis)

NCAA Division II Women: Hannah Kelley-Lusk (West Texas A&M University)

NCAA Division III Men: Aiden Guthro (Brandeis)

NCAA Division III Women: Emma Sweitzer (Misericordia University)

Junior College Men: Ricky Nino (Bakersfield College)

Junior College Women: No nominations receivedClemson junior forward Caroline Conti (Greenville, S.C.) led her squad with three goals and assist in women’s DI action. Her seven points helped the Tigers overcome #22 Notre Dame and she set a single game career-high five points against Boston College.In men’s DI action, George Washington forward Oscar Haynes Brown put together a fantastic season finale, netting all four goals, including the game-winner in OT, in a 4-3 win at St. Bonaventure on Saturday. The graduate student from London, England, scored off an assist from Sandro Weber in the 11th minute, converted a PK in the 48th minute and then found the net off a feed from Tim Neumann in the 61st minute. He sealed the game with less than two minutes into OT with a finish off a long throw-in from Joshua Yurasits for the golden goal.Hannah Kelley-Lusk (Farmington, N.M.) led West Texas A&M to a double win week in NCAA DII women’s soccer on her three goal, one assist performance. In doing so, she becomes the first player in the Lone Star Conference to score over 20 goals in a single season since 2010 and the first player at West Texas A&M to score over 20 goals in a single season since 2006. On the men’s DII side, Lewis University junior forward Aris Oluwatuyi (Lagos, Nigeria) helped his team clinch a playoff spot with a pair of wins, including an upset over #10 Maryville. He registered two goals in upset win over 10th-ranked Maryville and the game-winning goal against Missouri S&T. In the process, Oluwatuyi helped Lewis clinch the No. 4 seed in GLVC Championship Tournament and earned his first career Offensive Player of the Week award.In women’s DIII soccer, sophomore midfielder Emma Sweitzer (Dallas, Pa.) recorded 12 points on five goals and two assists for Misericordia University. In a 10-2 win over DeSales, the sophomore scored three goals and added two assists. She then scored two goals in a 5-0 win over King’s.The goalkeepers were the standouts in DIII men’s soccer this week, with junior net-minder Aiden Guthro (Newburyport, Mass.) leading Brandeis to an OT win over #13 Emory. In that win, he made a career-high 14 saves, including eight in the second half and overtime. He added six more saves in recording his fifth shutout of the season on Sunday, a scoreless draw against Rochester. Guthro leads the UAA in saves (72) and is fourth in save percentage (.818).In the NJCAA, Ricky Nino (Lake Balboa, Calif.) led Bakersfield College to wins on two brilliant free kicks. The first-year midfielder added four assists to his game week for a total of eight points. There were no nominations on the women’s side this week. Each Wednesday during the college regular season, United Soccer Coaches selects a men’s and women’s Player of the Week for NCAA Divisions I, II, and III and Junior College competition based on nominations from schools and conferences. Nominations are due every Tuesday by 10 a.m. CT to be considered.