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Cardinal Stritch's Jack Hart
Cardinal Stritch's Jack Hart
Men's Soccer - Tue, Sep. 26, 2017

CHICAGO, Ill. --- Cardinal Stritch University's Jack Hart (England) and University of St. Francis' Carlos Ferrer Coto (La Fresnada, Spain) both helped their respective teams to 2-0 league starts last week and on Tuesday morning both were recognized as Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Players of the Week.

Hart, a junior midfielder, accounted for one-third of the Wolves' scoring during the seven-day period from Sept. 18-24 en route to CCAC Offensive Player of the Week accolades.  He netted a season-high two goals in a 6-0 shutout of Trinity Christian College on Tuesday before collecting another goal in a 3-1 victory opposite Holy Cross College on Saturday.

The two wins put Cardinal Stritch at 4-2-1 overall on the season.

Ferrer Coto, a freshman goalkeeper, helped the Saints stop a pair of long streaks in gaining CCAC Defensive Player of the Week honors.  He authored a 1-0 shutout of Calumet College of St. Joseph with four saves on Tuesday to give St. Francis its first win in league play in better than two years.  Four days later, he helped the Saints defeat Saint Xavier University for the first time since 2001 by stopping five shots in a 2-1 win on Saturday.

The league award was Ferrer Coto's second of the season.

St. Francis moved over the .500 mark with its two wins on the week, improving to 4-3-1.

Other Offensive Nominees: Tumi Moshobane (Olivet Nazarene), Mauricio Pacifico (Cardinal Stritch), Anthony Skrip (St. Francis), Elias Leyva (Saint Xavier), James Meehan (Calumet St. Joseph).

Other Defensive Nominees: Frank Valle (Saint Xavier), Roy Gean (Calumet St. Joseph).