Vosvick Earns Corvias Patriot League Rookie Of The Week Honors
CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - Loyola University Maryland men’s soccer freshman goalkeeper Chase Vosvick has been named the Corvias Patriot League Rookie of the Week, as announced by the League office Monday.
In the 52nd minute of Loyola’s match with Holy Cross on Saturday, Vosvick saved Arno Rupp’s penalty kick to propel the Greyhounds to a 3-0 win over the Crusaders at Ridley Athletic Complex.
Vosvick finished the contest with three saves to record his sixth clean sheet of the season and keep the Greyhounds in control of first place in the Patriot League standings.
So far this season, Vosvick has started and played 13 games, logging 1194 minutes in goal. He’s given up 13 goals and stopped 45 shots for a 0.98 goals-against average and a .776 save percentage. In six Patriot League games, Vosvick has given up just four goals, while earning 16 saves, for a 0.66 GAA and .800 save percentage.
This is the third rookie of the week award for Vosvick this season, while it's his fifth weekly award from the League office this season, as he was twice named the goalkeeper of the week.
Loyola, in a tie for first place with Boston University, welcomes the reigning Patriot League regular-season champion, American, to Ridley Athletic Complex Wednesday night. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.