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Indiana and Penn State Claim Weekly Men’s Soccer Awards

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Indiana and Penn State Claim Weekly Men’s Soccer Awards
Hoosiers’ Celentano and Wittenbrink, Nittany Lions’ Reedy and Shakes earn weekly honors

Co-Offensive Players of the Week
Ryan Wittenbrink, Indiana
F – So. – Libertyville, Ill. – Libertyville

  • Scored a golden goal in the 101st minute to give the Hoosiers a 1-0 victory against No. 11 Michigan in double overtime
  • Netted his third goal of the season, good for second on the team
  • Added three shots in a win against Northwestern
  • Claims his first career Offensive Player of the Week award
  • Last Indiana Offensive Player of the Week: Brett Bebej (March 16, 2021)

Pierre Reedy, Penn State
M – Sr. – Kutztown, Pa. – Kutztown Area

  • Registered the game-winning goal for Penn State against Wisconsin on a penalty kick in the 87th minute to secure the Nittany Lions’ fourth-straight win
  • Tallied his second game-winning goal of the season
  • Tied for second on the team with three goals on the year
  • Earns his first career Offensive Player of the Week award
  • Last Penn State Offensive Player of the Week: Peter Mangione (Feb. 24, 2021)

Co-Defensive Players of the Week
Roman Celentano, Indiana
GK – So. – Naperville, Ill. – Neuqua Valley

  • Recorded a pair of shutouts as the Hoosiers defeated Northwestern and No. 11 Michigan
  • Extended his shutout streak to 346:30, including three consecutive clean sheets
  • Improved his career shutout total to 13, including six in eight appearances this season
  • Claims his fourth career Defensive Player of the Week award and third in as many weeks
  • Last Indiana Defensive Player of the Week: Roman Celentano (March 23, 2021)

Kris Shakes, Penn State
GK – So. – Sunrise, Fla. – YSC Academy

  • Posted two shutouts in net last week for Penn State against Ohio State and Wisconsin to improve to 5-0-0 this season and 14-1-0 in his career
  • Made five saves against the Buckeyes and three stops against the Badgers
  • Has not allowed a goal in 307:40 of action
  • Earns his first career Defensive Player of the Week award
  • Last Penn State Defensive Player of the Week: Josh Levine (Oct. 1, 2019)