Jackson, a junior defender from St.
Catherine, Jamaica, helped the Cougars to a
pair of shutouts during the week as the MVNU
defense limited their opposition to just
five total shots on goal. The former Wolmers
High School standout scored the lone goal in
a 1-0 victory over NCAA Division II Ashland
University and then added an assist in the
6-0 win over Daemen (N.Y.) College.
On the season, Jackson has started all 10
matches and has two goals and one assist. He
has also helped anchor the back line that
has posted seven shutouts this year. For his
career, he has registered five goals and
three assists while playing in 54 matches
with 40 starts.
Stout, a senior goalkeeper from
Pataskala, Ohio, registered a pair of
shutouts during the week as he stopped all
five shots on goal in the two matches. The
former Watkins Memorial High School star had
three saves in the win over Ashland and then
added two saves in the victory over Daemen.
He was also credited with an assist on one
of the goals in the Daemen win after a long
punt led directly to a score.
On the season, Stout has started all 10
matches in goal and has posted an NAIA-best
seven shutouts while allowing just six goals
for a 0.63 goals against average. He also
set a school record by going 670 minutes
between goals allowed at one point. For his
career, Stout has moved into the top 10 in
NAIA history with a school-record 33
shutouts and has lowered his goals against
average to 0.91 as he has allowed just 64
goals in 71 career matches that include 68
MVNU is currently 7-3 overall, 2-0 in the
AMC, and ranked No. 23 in the latest NAIA
poll. The Cougars will be at Urbana
University on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. for a