Hallenberger led the fourth-ranked Tiger men's soccer team to a pair of SCAC road victories last weekend, defeating Centenary and Austin College.
Hallenberger finished with a goal in both games, as well as a pair of assists. He assisted on the eventual game-winner on Friday at Centenary, giving the Tigers a 2-1 lead with just 31 seconds left until halftime. Hallenberger then assisted on the team's insurance goal in the 77th minute, then iced the win with his own score in the 80th minute of action.
In Sunday's narrow win over Austin, Hallenberger put Trinity in front with a goal in the fifth minute, ensuring that Trinity played with the lead for all but the first 4:37 of the contest. For the season, Hallenberger is second on the team with 15 total points, scoring six goals to go with three assists. He is second on the team in goals scored, and is also second with three game-winning goals.
Other outstanding performances in the SCAC:
Senior Jack Wheaton of Austin College delivered the game winner in a 2-0 victory over Schreiner, while putting two shots on goal in the game and firing five shots in two matches as the 'Roos went 1-1. Freshman midfielder Jackson Silverstein of Colorado College scored his first collegiate goal in the 82nd minute to lift the Tigers to a 1-0 victory at Texas Lutheran University on Sunday afternoon. Freshman forward Nat Kajiwara of the University of Dallas scored two goals in a pair of road victories for the Crusaders last week, including the game-winner over Texas Lutheran University. Senior midfielder Carlos Huntley-Jimenez of Southwestern University scored the Pirates lone goal in the team's game against Dallas Sunday, taking a free-kick from 10 yards beyong midfield that lifted above everyone to go in.
|SCAC Men's Soccer
|Week 1||Jacob Hallenberger, Trinity University|
|Week 2||Joel Frykholm, Colorado College|
|Week 3||Chima Ogueri, University of Dallas|
|Week 4||Austin Michaelis, Trinity University|
|Week 5||Jacob Hallenberger, Trinity University|