United Soccer Coaches Release | Previous Winners
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Following her pair of shutout victories over the weekend, Loyola Marymount’s Charlee Pruitt has been named the Division I Women’s National Player of the Week by the United Soccer Coaches on Tuesday.
The news comes the day after Pruitt received West Coast Conference honors as the WCC’s Player of the Week.
In two games last week, Pruitt did not allow a goal against either No. 17 Utah or Columbia, made eight saves, and picked up a pair of wins.
— United ⚽ Coaches (@UnitedCoaches) September 5, 2017
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