Kingston Stockade FC Forward Michael Creswick Named NPSL Mitre Player of the Week

 Creswick walks off the pitch at Lowell United FC with a handshake from Goalkeeping Coach Chuck Wilder.

Creswick walks off the pitch at Lowell United FC with a handshake from Goalkeeping Coach Chuck Wilder.

KINGSTON, N.Y. (June 4, 2016) -- Kingston Stockade FC has met with success as a team in their first season. So it would only make sense that some of the individual players earn some honors as well.

In big news for Kingston, the National Premier Soccer League ("NPSL") announced on Friday that Stockade FC forward Michael Creswick was named the NPSL Mitre Player of the Week.

Creswick earned the honor after scoring two goals and had an assist in Stockade's 3-0 win over New York Athletic Club on Sunday, May 30. Overall, Creswick has four goals and two assists in six matches this season.

Creswick hails from Newcastle, England and came to the U.S. in 2015. The 27-year-old forward has played for Sunbury United and Heaton Stannington in England, as well as the esteemed Newcastle United Academy.

Follow Michael Creswick on Twitter at @mcreswick28.