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MCLA: Tampa’s Peters Warrior Player of Week (Tampa Club)

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via the MCLA press release/website

ATLANTA – After leading Tampa to its first ranked win in program history, Spartans senior midfielder Quinn Peters has been named the MCLA Division II Warrior Player of the Week for the period ending March 31.

With Tampa going up against No. 24 Florida Gulf Coast and attempting to keep its dimming SELC tournament hopes alive, the Syracuse, N.Y., native stepped up big for the Spartans. He scored a hat trick along with dishing out five assists.

Peters’ final goal of the contest was the game-winning overtime strike that gave Tampa the 18-17 victory. For the season, Peters has 12 goals and 14 assists.

For his efforts earning the Warrior Player of the Week, Peters will receive a Warrior Burn XP2-O – a $120 value. Warrior is a proud sponsor of the MCLA.

Warrior Honor Roll

Alexander Franz, Jr. – UC San Diego
The Valencia, Calif., product scored four goals and set up two others, leading the Tritons to a comfortable win over UC Davis.

Derick Aulicino, Sr. – Florida Atlantic
The Boca Raton FOGO won 24-of-33 faceoffs in the Owls’ key victory over Miami while also gobbling up nine ground balls.

James Prado, Fr. – Loyola Marymount
The Lions used seven goals and a pair of assists from the Whittier, Calif., native to roll past UC Davis.

Scott Rzasa, Jr. – Kennesaw State
The hometown kid was a defensive dynamo against Alabama, racking up four ground balls and three caused turnovers.