Wascavage has fueled Towson's four-game winning streak. The 5-foot-9, 189-pound goalkeeper made a season-best 20 saves in the Tigers' 9-5 victory over Massachusetts on Saturday. Wascavage, who also scooped up five ground balls, ranks fourth in Division I in save percentage (.625) and saves per game (14.3), and has made at least 10 stops in each of the team's 12 contests. Wascavage, who tied a career best by holding the Minutemen to five goals, shared the Colonial Athletic Association's Player of the Week award with Penn State senior attackman Jack Forster.
Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun
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