Ngwenya, who was also named National Player of the Week by College Soccer News and a member of the College Soccer News National Team of the Week for the second week running, earned MVP honors for the second weekend in a row at the Nike/Clemson Invitational. He netted both game-winners in the tournament, against Furman, Friday Sept. 26, and host Clemson, Sunday Sept. 28, in overtime. He now leads the team in goals (8), assists (4), game-winning goals (5), and shot percentage (.308). He also leads the Big South in points with 20.
Borucinski had a hand in all three of Coastals goals in the Lady Chants 3-1 victory at UNC Asheville, Friday Sept. 26. She netted two goals and assisted on the game-winner. The victory ended the Bulldogs five-game winning streak. She is also fourth on the team in points (7).
Coastal mens and womens soccer is on the road this week, with the men, who now stand at 7-1-0 on the season and are ranked 12th nationally, opening their Big South schedule at UNC Asheville, Wednesday at 4 p.m. The women are 7-5-0 in 2003, and play next at Western Carolina, Saturday at noon.