Clemson University redshirt senior midfielder Callum Johnson of New York City has been named Division I national player of the week by United Soccer Coaches.
Johnson earned his third start this season and made it count. Johnson scored two goals on three shots in 75 minutes of play in a 3-1 victory over Syracuse University.
On the women’s side, Oklahoma State junior forward Grace Yochum (Houston, Texas) scored the golden goal in the 98th minute as she converted a penalty kick in the first extratime to lift the Cowgirls to a road win at 17th-ranked Saint Louis. It was their second win over a ranked team this season and first on the road. The goal was Yochum’s sixth of the season, tying her for the conference lead.
In NCAA Division II, Mississippi College senior midfielder Antoine Recizac (Bordeaux, France) had a hand in all three goals in a 3-1 win over Union (Tenn.). Recizac assisted on the opening goal and scored in the 25th and 33rd minutes to give the Choctaws the lead.
On the women’s side, Valdosta State sophomore forward Bailey Hern (Zephyrhills, Fla.) scored her first career goals. Hern tallied two and recorded a team-high eight shots with six on frame in a 4-3 come-from-behind extratime victory at Auburn Montgomery.