Clarksville, Ark.-University of the Ozarks junior defender Jason Caskey and junior goalkeeper have been named American Southwest Conference Men's Soccer Player's of the Week after leading the Eagles to victories over McMurry University and Hardin-Simmons University this past weekend.
Caskey, a native of Broken Arrow, Okla., earned Offensive Player of the Week while Enevoldsen, a native of Ponca City, Okla., received Defensive Player of the Week.<#IMAGE:1#> The 6-2, 160-pound Caskey recorded two game-winning goals on the road to help the Eagles secure their third and fourth straight victories. Caskey came off the bench to score twice in a 4-2 win over McMurry on Friday before drilling the winner in the 23d minute of a 4-0 victory against Hardin-Simmons on Saturday. Caskey totaled 5 shots during the two-game stretch and has scored 4 goals in the last 6 matches. He is a graduate of Broken Arrow High School where he was a member of the varsity team for two seasons. <#IMAGE:2#>The 6-1, 180-pound Enevoldsen came in for injured starter Brian Sarber in the 19th minute on Friday against McMurry and posted 4 saves to help secure the win. Enevoldsen then played the entire game on Saturday against Hardin-Simmons University, recording 7 saves in a shutout victory. It was his first shutout of the season. He has collected 21 saves in 7 matches this season and owns a 0.91 goals against average. He is a graduate of Ponca City High School where he played on the varsity team for four seasons. Ozarks remains among the top contenders for the ASC title with a 5-2-0 mark in league play. They own a 8-4-1 overall record. The Eagles host Mary Hardin-Baylor University on October 13 and Hardin-Simmons University on October 14 in league action.