UMD’s Dummer Grabs Warrior Honor
ATLANTA – Minn.-Duluth won two of three ranked wins on its Sunshine State tour thanks to the play of senior midfielder Trevor Dummer, who was named the MCLA Division II Warrior Player of the Week for the period ending March 19.
The Bulldogs downed No. 15 Florida Atlantic and No. 20 Miami while falling to No. 11 Florida Gulf Coast on their Florida trip.
On the excursion, the Sartell, Minn., product amassed 10 goals and three helpers.
“Trevor is a true throw-back, two-way midfielder,” said Minn.-Duluth coach Ben Blaeser. “He never backs down from a challenge to stick a shot or lock someone down on the defensive end.
“He is one of the most passionate players I have coached and this team feeds off his energy and leadership.”
For his efforts earning the Warrior Player of the Week, Dummer will receive a Warrior EVO QX-O – a $100 value – for his efforts. Warrior is a proud sponsor of the MCLA.
Warrior Honor Roll
Ryan Carlson, Sr. – MSU Denver
The Centennial, Colo., attackman netted nine goals along with a pair of dimes in the Roadrunners win over Utah Tech.
Jack Guiney, Jr. – Kennesaw State
In a split weekend against Georgia Tech and Coastal Carolina the middie from Milton, Ga., accumulated eight goals and a dish.
Ethan Haas, Jr. – Wake Forest
The Darien, Conn., native scored five goals and set up four others as the Demon Deacons buried Baylor, 12-9,
William Watson, Sr. – Florida Gulf Coast
The Eagles clipped a ranked Minn.-Duluth outfit thanks to six ground balls and four caused turnovers from the Palm City product.