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    Schuerman Grabs BIG EAST Men’s Soccer Goalie of the Week Accolades

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    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (October 3, 2005) - University of Connecticut men’s soccer team member Adam Schuerman (Brookfield, Wis.) has been named the BIG EAST Goalie of the Week, as announced by the conference office Monday. The senior keeper was instrumental in the Huskies’ shutout wins over Sacred Heart, 3-0, and Marquette, 6-0, last week.

     

    Playing in 86 and 83 minutes, respectively, in each game, the senior made two stops against Sacred Heart on Wednesday, while on Saturday he recorded two saves in net against the Golden Eagles. Schuerman had played every minute of the season until this week, handing off the reigns during the final minutes of each contest and bringing his total time in the net to 909:04.

     

    Schuerman has now anchored seven shutouts on the season and moved into sole possession of second place on the all-time list at Connecticut with 31 shutouts. He has anchored the Husky defense that has not allowed a goal in 383:18 since the closing minutes of the match against Louisville on September 18.

     

    Schuerman and the Huskies return to action Wednesday night with a game against Providence at 7:00 p.m. in Joseph J. Morrone Stadium. UConn (7-2-1, 2-2-1) has yet to lose a game at home this season with a 5-0-1 mark, while the Friars are still undefeated through nine games with a 4-0-5 record.