Five Earn Eastern Florida Student-Athlete of the Week

By  //  October 8, 2014

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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Five athletes share honors as Eastern Florida State College Student-Athlete of the Week for the week ending Oct. 5.

Jamie Perriello
Jamie Perriello

• Women’s soccer: Sophomores Jamie Perriello and Samantha Solis and freshman Asmara Holmes.

• Men’s soccer: Sophomore Farias Juarez.

• Volleyball: Sophomore McKenzie Price.

Perriello, a midfielder and from Boca Raton, Florida and Boca Raton Community High, scored the winning goal in overtime as EFSC defeated 2013 NJCAA Division I national runner-up Navarro College 2-1 in overtime on Saturday. She is EFSC’s leading goal scorer with five.

Samantha Solis
Samantha Solis

Solis, a defender from Orlando, Florida and University High is anchoring a defense that has allowed only three goals in six victories.

Holmes, a goalkeeper from Silver Springs, Maryland and John F. Kennedy High, made several key saves against Navarro and has allowed two goals in 432 minutes in six games.

Farias Juarez
Farias Juarez

Juarez, a midfielder from Alajuela, Costa Rica and Colegio Redentorista San Alfonso, recorded an assist in Eastern Florida’s 5-2 victory over Darton State College on Friday and scored twice in the Titans 8-0 victory over Webber International’s junior varsity on Sunday.

Juarez is Eastern Florida’s third-leading goal scorer with seven and has five assists for 19 points, also third-highest on the team.

McKenzie Price
McKenzie Price

His play in the midfield has been vital to Eastern Florida’s 9-2 record and seven-game winning streak.

Price, a setter from Carson City, Nevada and Carson High, is ranked eighth nationally in assists with 808. She has a .409 hitting percentage and 36 service aces, recording three in Friday’s four-set victory over Webber International’s junior varsity.