Sept. 17, 2003
Centerville, MA - Brown senior Adom Crew (Columbia, MD) added to his list of accolades this week by being named the ECAC Men's Soccer Player of the Week as well as to the Soccer America Team of the Week. He has already been named the Ivy League Player of the Week and was the Offensive MVP of the adidas-Brown Classic, held this past weekend.
Crew helped lead the Bears to the Classic Title by scoring the game-winning goal in Sunday's match versus Wisconsin-Madison with 19 seconds left to play. He tallied two goals in the game and added an assist in Friday's 2-1 win over 2002 College Cup Finalist Stanford for a weekend total of five points. In addition to being selected as the tournament's Offensive MVP, Crew also earned All-Tournament Team honors.
This marks the second time of his career Crew has been named the ECAC Player of the Week as he earned the honor last season after scoring five goals in two games at the Yale Classic.
Brown is now ranked 17th in the country with its two season-opening wins and Crew is currently ninth in the nation in points per game. Last season ended prematurely for the forward, as he went down with an injury just eight games into the season. At the time of his injury, he was fifth in the country in goals with 10 and had recorded a point in six-straight games. His five points this season extends that streak to eight games.