ATLANTA – After putting up monster numbers during a West Coast sweep of ranked teams, Brigham Young junior attackman Seth Garff has been named the MCLA Division I Warrior Player of the Week for the period ending March 13.
The Cougars started the week against No. 21 Cal Poly and the Danville, Calif., product connected for a hat trick and a dime in a 13-4 victory.
The next day, Garff played the role of distributor in an 18-5 win over No. 23 Dominican, dishing out three assists while also potting a pair of goals.
The trip was capped on Saturday with a triumph over No. 8 Santa Clara, and this time Garff exploded for five goals along with a helper.
For the week, Garff posted 10 goals and five assists for 15 points.
“Seth is a leader on and off the field,” said Brigham Young coach Matt Schneck. “This weekend was no exception as he led the team in points. His dynamic personality and calming approach to heated situations on the field is an example for all of his teammates. He leads an incredible attack corps that may prove to be one of the best in the MCLA this season.”
For his efforts earning the Warrior Player of the Week, Garff will receive a Warrior Burn XP-O – a $100 value – for his efforts. Warrior is a proud sponsor of the MCLA.
Warrior Honor Roll
Miles Cramer, Attack – Miami (Ohio)
The junior from Fenton, Mich., struck for hat tricks in wins against both Temple and Southern Methodist, completing the weekend with seven points.
Carter Elliott, Attack – Liberty
The Flames went 1-1 this week, aided by a combined seven goals and four assists from the Crozet, Va., native.
Harris Jaffe, Defense – Indiana
For putting his EMT skills to good work helping a fallen Clemson player, the sophomore from Parkland, Fla., makes the list.
Trevor McNamara, Attack – Northeastern
The Huskies swept their trip to the Sunshine State, thanks to a combined seven goals and one assist from the Westborough, Mass., product.
Eric Obispo, Defensive Middie – Concordia-Irvine
The sophomore from Las Vegas had two assists against No. 10 Arizona State along with the game-winning goal. Also had three GBs and a pair of CTs.
Aidan Smith, Attack – Virginia Tech
A weekly staple on this page, the rookie from Potomac Falls, Va., burned Arizona State last Monday for five goals and two helpers.
Luke Veratti, Midfield – Colorado
The Edwards, Colo., product dropped an eighter on Nevada, burying five goals while also dropping three dimes.