(Photo by Lance Wendt)
ATLANTA – After leading the Buffaloes to a pair of ranked road victories, Colorado junior attackman Tyler Bogart had the MCLA Division I Commanding Performance of the Week powered by Under Armour for the period ending April 14.
Colorado opened the week at No. 13 Brigham Young and the Newton, Mass., product helped the Buffs rally from an early deficit to win, 12-11. Bogart buried three goals and set up a fourth.
Against No. 16 Utah Valley on Saturday, Bogart added four goals and two dimes in Colorado’s 20-11 romp.
For the week, he scored seven goals, dished out three helpers and gobbled up four ground balls.
“Tyler has been a great influence on and off the field,” said Colorado coach John Galvin. “He’s has been doing a great job fitting into the team dynamic.”
For his efforts in earning the Commanding Performance of the Week powered by Under Armour, Bogart will receive a new Under Armour Command Head – a $100 value. Under Armour is the proud sponsor of the MCLA.
Under Armour Honor Roll
Brian Buckley, Sr. – Santa Clara
In his final regular season game of his career, Buckley posted career highs in goals (5) and points (6) as the Broncos took down Dominican.
Brendan Cook, Soph. – California
The attackman helped the Golden Bears take down archrival Stanford with a six-goal, two-assist performance that kept Cal undefeated.
Grayson Gardner, Jr. – Purdue
In a 1-1 week for the Boilermakers, the attackman combined for nine goals and five assists as Purdue wrapped up the top seed in the UMLC East.
Andrew Hughes, Jr. – Northeastern
In a pair of wins, including a Beantown showdown with Boston College, Hughes scored a pair of goals, dished out four assists while going 18-for-23 from the dot.
Paul Koestler, Jr. – Arizona State
In the rivalry game against Arizona, the long-stick middie blanked the Wildcats leading scorer while also snagging seven ground balls and causing three turnovers.
Kett Lobrano, Gr. – LSU
The Tigers upset North second seed Arkansas in the LSA tournament thanks to six goals and a dime from the midfielder.
Jack Tunney, Jr. – Cal Poly
The Mustangs took down UC Santa Barbara to cap of their regular season, thanks to four ground balls, two caused turnovers and a goal from Tunney.