Dick Named AMCC Defensive Player of the Week

Dick Named AMCC Defensive Player of the Week

Buffalo, NY - With an undefeated week and a pair of outstanding performances, sophomore goalkeeper Kyle Dick (Churchville, NY/Churchville-Chili) has been named Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Defensive Player of the Week, announced the AMCC Monday. 

Dick has been a major part of the Spartan's undefeated conference start. He made six saves to recorded his second consecutive shutout against Pitt.-Bradford on Tuesday, giving the Spartans two wins in conference.

Kyle totaled 15 saves in the team's comeback Saturday afternoon as the men tied a talented La Roche team. Dick turned in a strong performance to earn the team another point.

Within conference play, Kyle currently leads the AMCC in save percentage (.935), is second in goals against average (0.62), wins (2), and saves (29). He leads the team in every goalkeeping statistical category.

As a freshman, Kyle established himself as the team's number one keeper. He led the team in saves (70), wins (3), goals against average (1.88), games played (12), games started (11), and save percentage (.778).

At Churchville-Chili High School, Dick played both soccer and ran track and field. He played club soccer for the Gates Metro.

Kyle is an Occupational Therapy major and the son of Cynthia and David Dick.