ATLANTA – After leading Santa Clara to a road upset over No. 9 Grand Canyon on Sunday, Broncos sophomore attackman Keaton Collier posted the MCLA Division I Commanding Performance of the Week powered by Under Armour for the period ending Feb. 3.
Playing his second game in as many days against the Top 10 Lopes, Collier scored six goals to lead the Broncos to the 13-10 upset.
The day before in a one-goal setback to Arizona, Collier delivered three goals and an assist for a combined 10 points on the weekend.
“Keaton put the offense on his back,” said Santa Clara coach Greg Mengis. “His box lacrosse training was on display, as he scored multiple goals all around the crease. As prolific of a scorer as he can be, Keaton also made his presence felt with the little things that made a big difference. He gathered four ground balls, notched two assists, controlled the offensive pace, and caused a number of turnovers with his hustle on the rides.”
For his efforts in earning the Commanding Performance of the Week powered by Under Armour, Collier will receive a new Under Armour Command Head – a $100 value. Under Armour is the proud sponsor of the MCLA.
Under Armour Honor Roll
G.W. Bodden, Jr. – Texas A&M
In clutch wins over TCU and Southern Methodist, Bodden led the Aggies with a combined 10 goals and a dime.
Mason DePaola, Fr. – Arizona
The rookie attackman netted a hat trick and set up a fourth goal in his college debut to lead the Wildcats past Santa Clara.
John Finegan, Jr. – Oregon
The attackman factored in nearly half of the Ducks’ goals in the win over Simon Fraser, 11-5, with three goals and two dimes.
Brian Hanley, Soph. – Stanford
Stanford managed to upset No. 17 UC Santa Barbara on Friday night thanks to the versatile middie, who went 22-for-25 on draws, gobbled up 16 ground balls and netted two goals.
Miles Rosberg, Soph. – Cal
Subbing in for an injured player, Rosberg scored four goals on eight shots and won 5-of-8 faceoffs in the Bears’ one-goal win over No. 17 UCSB.
Jacob Salazar, Jr. – Auburn
The attackman got the Tigers off to a good start by potting seven goals and two assists in a blowout of LSU.