2017 Weekly Awards

Week 1: 
Warrior Offensive Player of the Week: Mike Bocklet
Mike Bocklet made his mark by scoring four goals, including the game-winning goal in Denver’s 13-12 win over Charlotte and was named Warrior Offensive Player of the Week. It was Bocklet’s most points in a single game since his five points on July 23 last season. 

Warrior Defensive Player of the Week: Drew Adams
Drew Adams of the New York Lizards led the team to a 15-14 overtime win against Chesapeake, earning himself Warrior Defensive Player of the Week. Seeing 32 shots on goal and saving 19 of those, Adams was able to lead his team to victory after 205 saves in last year's season. 

Week 2:
Warrior Offensive Player of the Week: Mark Cockerton
Mark Cockerton was named Warrior Offensive Player of the Week after he scored two goals within the first half, one goal in the third quarter, and the last goal of the game to finalize the score at 15-12

Warrior Defensive Player of the Week: Michael Simon
Michael Simon helped lead the Outlaws to a road victory over the New York Lizards in Week 2 and was named Warrior Defensive Player of the Week. Pacing the team with four groundballs, the Outlaws improved to 2-0 on the season after a 13-7 win. 

Week 3:
Warrior Offensive Player of the Week: Myles Jones
Myles Jones was named Warrior Offensive Player of the Week after he set a new career high with 10 points, scoring five goals, including one two-pointer, and four assists in the win. He became the first player in MLL to score double-digit points this season.

Warrior Defensive Player of the Week: John Galloway
John Galloway helped anchor the Rochester Rattlers in their win over the Ohio Machine and was named Warrior Defensive Player of the Week. The veteran goalie made 16 saves total, including four saves in the fourth quarter and two saves in overtime, and stopped 59 percent of all shots from Ohio.

Week 4:
Warrior Offensive Player of the Week: Jay Carlson
Jay Carlson scored the game-winning goal with 16 seconds remaining in the Bayhawks’ 17-16 win at Charlotte and was named Warrior Offensive Player of the Week. The game-winning goal was his second goal of the game and he also added two assists. 

Warrior Defensive Player of the Week: Jack Kelly
Jack Kelly was named the Warrior Defensive Player of the Week after allowing single-digit goals for the third time this season in the win. At the week's conclusion, he led all MLL goalies in wins (4), goals against average (8.00) and save percentage (.624).

Week 5
Warrior Offensive Player of the Week: Max Seibald 
Max Seibald of the Boston Cannon’s scored four goals, including a pair of two-pointers, for a six-point night against his former team. The Cornell product became the first MLL player to tally multiple two-point goals in a single game this season and was named Warrior Offensive Player of the Week.

Warrior Defensive Player of the Week: Pierce Bassett 
Pierce Bassett anchored the Charlotte Hounds with 16 saves total and eight saves in the fourth quarter alone. Bassett became the first goalie to limit the Machine to single-digit goals since John Galloway on June 2, 2016 and tallied his first win as a starting goalie since the 2015 season.

Week 6
Warrior Offensive Player of the Week: Jeremy Boltus
Jeremy Boltus scored the tying goal and the game-winning goal within a minute of each other, leading Rochester to a win over previously undefeated Denver. Boltus finished the game with a season-high four goals and was named Warrior Offensive Player of the Week.

Warrior Defensive Player of the Week: Kyle Bernlohr
In the first start of his professional career, Kyle Bernlohr stopped 14 of 21 shots against him in Ohio’s win on Saturday night and was named Warrior Defensive Player of the Week. Bernlohr backstopped the Machine to a 19-7 win against Florida. 

Week 7
Warrior Offensive Player of the Week: James Pannell
Atlanta Blaze attackman James Pannell was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 7. Pannell, scored a season-high seven points, with four goals and two assists, and made his first two-point goal of the season.

Warrior Defensive Player of the Week: Austin Kaut
Florida Launch goalie Austin Kaut was named the Warrior Defensive Player of the Week for Week 7. Kaut, saved 21 of the 31 shots on goal en route to earning the Coca-Cola Player of the game. His .677 save percentage for the game improved his mark for the season to .604, the best among goalies with more than three games played. 

Cascade Rookie of the Week: John Crawley
Charlotte Hounds midfielder John Crawley was named the Cascade Rookie of the Week for Week 7. Crawley, scored two goals in the first quarter just three minutes apart. The Johns Hopkins product scored on a man-up situation to begin Charlotte’s nine-goal streak in the second quarter and then scored back-to-back goals just twenty-seconds apart to begin the third. He finished with a game-high six goals and added an assist. 

Week 8 
Warrior Offensive Player of the Week: Dylan Molloy
Florida Launch attackman Dylan Molloy was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 8. Playing in the first game of his professional career, the 21-year-old Molloy scored three goals and picked up an assist on Alec Tulett’s game-winning goal in overtime. 

Warrior Defensive Player of the Week: Michael Ehrhardt
Charlotte Hounds defender Michael Ehrhardt was named the Warrior Defensive Player of the Week for Week 8. Ehrhardt contributed on both sides of the ball this weekend against Atlanta with three ground balls and two caused turnovers defensively, and he added a two-point goal on the offensive end. 

Cascade Rookie of the Week: Josh Byrne
Chesapeake Bayhawks attackman Josh Byrne was named the Cascade Rookie of the Week for Week 8. Byrne, 23, scored seven goals for the Bayhawks in his first game as a professional, the most goals in a pro debut since at least 2010.

Week 9 
Warrior Offensive Player of the Week: Joe Walters
New York Lizards midfielder Joe Walters was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 9. Walters, 32, scored a season-high six points, with four goals and two assists. His goal midway through the fourth quarter tied the score at 12 and then he picked up the assist on Dave Lawson’s game-winning goal with under a minute to play in regulation. 

Warrior Defensive Player of the Week: Tyler Fiorito
Boston Cannons goalie Tyler Fiorito was named the Warrior Defensive Player of the Week for Week 9. Fiorito, 27, stopped 19 of the 28 shots he faced for a .678 save percentage. He became the first goalie to limit the Outlaws to single-digit goals since then-Boston goalie Jordan Burke on July 4, 2015.

Cascade Rookie of the Week: Jake Froccaro
Chesapeake Bayhawks midfielder Jake Froccaro was named the Cascade Rookie of the Week for Week 9. In the second game of his rookie season, the 23-year-old Froccaro scored three goals, the first of which marked the first goal of his professional career.

Week 10
Warrior Offensive Player of the Week: Marcus Holman
Ohio Machine attackman Marcus Holman was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 10. Holman, 26, scored the game-winning goal against Boston on Thursday night, his fifth goal of the evening and he also had two assists in the game. Two nights later, his hat trick helped the Machine beat the Bayhawks.

Warrior Defensive Player of the Week: Scott Ratliff
Atlanta Blaze longstick midfielder Scott Ratliff was named the Warrior Defensive Player of the Week for Week 10. The 26-year-old Ratliff had two assists, picked up six groundballs and caused two turnovers in Atlanta’s third win of the season. 

Cascade Rookie of the Week: Gavin McBride
Denver Outlaws attackman Gavin McBride was named the Cascade Rookie of the Week for Week 10. McBride, 23, recorded four points (3 goals, 1 assist), including a hat trick in his professional debut.