Joshua Joseph picked up his first NAC Award earning the Player of the Week.
Joseph contributed a goal in each of Thomas College's three matches last week, helping them finish the week with a 1-0-2 record.
He played 74 minutes and scored the Thomas College only goal in a 1 - 1 tie against defending NAC champion SUNY Poly on Saturday, and followed up with Thomas' game-tying second goal in a 2 - 2 tie against Cazenovia College on Sunday while playing 81 minutes.
Earlier in the week, he scored Thomas' first goal in what ended as a 3 - 1 victory over non-conference foe New England College.
Asrael Basden scored four times to lead her Paul Quinn Women’s Soccer teammates to a 10 – 0 win over Texas College.
Basden had 7 shots, six of them on target finding the back of the net the four times, and she also recorded an assist.
Jai Bean and his Duke University Men's Soccer teammates, battled through 19 fouls, playing to a 1 - 1 draw against Yale. Felix Barajas scored his first goal of the season, and Duke finished the contest with eight shots on goal but were met by a strong defensive effort by Yale that limited Duke's offense to just one goal.
Chaz Trott was not in the North Greenville University Men’s Soccer team as they went down 2 – 1 to Converse University.
Zemira Webb and her Southern University Women’s Soccer teammates gave up a goal in the seventh minute and could not find the back of the net against Grambling State University falling 1 - 0 inside A.W. Mumford Stadium/Pete Richardson Field.
Che-Chulae Dowling and her Jackson State University Women’s Soccer teammates defeated Arkansas-Pine Bluff in its second conference matchup of the season. Sage Magruder scored the goal of the game at the beginning of the second half just after JSU was set up for a free kick.
Koa Goodchild and her Howard University Women's Soccer teammates erased a 3 - 0 deficit, thanks to three second half goals, to earn a draw at Elon.