You don’t encounter this very often at the University of Hawaii, except maybe in the realm of volleyball. UH swept the Big West’s women’s soccer athlete of the week awards on offense and defense, the conference announced today. Forward Sonest Furtado received the offensive award after netting two goals and an assist on her team’s 2-0 road trip to Arizona State and Grand Canyon, while goalkeeper Alexis Mata netted the defensive award for her 13 saves in the 1-0 (OT) and 2-1 wins.
For the first time since joining the Big West in 2012, Hawaii swept the conference’s offensive and defensive player of the week awards in women’s soccer today. Senior forward Sonest Furtado earned offensive honors after compiling two goals and an assist on her team’s 2-0 road trip to Arizona State and Grand Canyon, while goalkeeper Alexis Mata netted the defensive award for her 13 combined saves in the 1-0 overtime win at ASU on Friday and the 2-1 decision at GCU on Sunday.
The Hawaii soccer team looks to stay hot on the road in today’s nonconference finale at Grand Canyon in Phoenix, Ariz. UH (4-4) vs. GCU (3-5-1) of the WAC kicks off at 1 p.m. HST. You should be able to watch it here. The Rainbow Wahine shrugged off temperatures in the 90s in Friday night’s 1-0 overtime win at Arizona State, courtesy of Raisa Strom-Okimoto’s breakaway winner in the 96th minute. It was the junior’s team-best third goal of the season and 10th career.
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