RED BULLS ACADEMY ON CAMPUS

AcademyOnCampus

In Red Bulls Readers’ ongoing effort to keep you, the supporters of the club, as up to date as possible with what is going on with the first team and beyond, we add Red Bulls Academy On Campus to our galaxy of stars.  This feature will provide updates on how each of the Red Bulls Academy products are faring on their respective college teams.  We hope to make this a weekly feature, so be sure to check back for updates!  Report for September 17-September 29 after the jump.

Boston College :: Sacir Hot :: 9/17-9/29 :: the team went 3-1-0 on the week with 3 consecutive victories over Boston University away 1-0, Hartford away 2-1, and Duke at home 2-0 before losing to Siena 1-0 (2OT)  at home :: earned 3 starts for the team during the week.

Delaware :: Brandon Paul :: 9/17-9/29 :: the team 2-2-0 on the week, starting with a loss at home to Rider 1-2, but came back with a win at ST. Joseph’s 2-0; however, the team suffered another loss at Old Dominion 0-3, but bounced back again to beat LaSalle 2-0 at home :: started and played every minute of the 4 games and made 13 total saves.

Fairfield University :: Matt Uy :: 9/17-9/29 :: the team went 2-1-0 on the week, unfortunately starting with a loss to Harvard 1-4 at home, but the team bounced back and came up with two 1-0 road victories at Northeastern and St. Francis (NY) :: started all 3 of the games this week and contributed an assist and 3 shots on goal.

Farleigh Dickinson University :: Jason Wells :: 9/17-9/29 :: the team went 1-3-0 in a difficult week for the squad, they started with 2 loses at the Princeton Tournament to Princeton and Cornell, 1-2 and 0-1, respectively, but came back with a road win over NJIT 2-1, but lost at home to Lehigh 0-2 :: started all 4 of the games this week for FDU.

Georgetown :: Kevin Finnegan :: 9/17-9/29 :: the team went 3-1-0 on the week, unfortunately starting with a loss at St. John’s 0-2, but the team rallied with a 2-0 win at Syracuse, a 1-0 win at home against Villanova, and defeated Rutgers at home 2-0.

Hartwick :: Steven Amaya :: 9/17-9/29 :: the team went 3-0-0 in a big week that concluded with a victory over 15th ranked Dartmouth 2-0 at home, they also defeated Hartford 1-0 away and Buffalo 3-1 away :: started all 3 important games for Hartwick and contributed several shots on goal.

Iona University :: Mario Rios :: 9/17-9/29 :: the team went 2-0-1 on the week, starting with a tough 2-2 tie at Quinnipiac, but followed that game with 2 road victories at Drexel and Sacred Heart, 2-1 and 1-0, respectively :: started all 3 games for Iona while contributing an assist and 6 shots on goal.

Maryland University :: Widner St. Cyr :: 9/17-9/29:: 2-1-1, tied NC State away 9/17 1-1, beat St. Peter’s and UNC 1-0 at home, lost to George Mason away 0-2, moved to #2 in the country :: saw action in all matches and recorded 1 shot.

Maryland University :: Matt Kassel :: 9/17-9/29 :: 2-1-1, tied NC State away 9/17 1-1, beat St. Peter’s and UNC 1-0 at home, lost to George Mason away 0-2, moved to #2 in the country :: started all matches and recorded 10 shots.

Monmouth University :: Anthony Vazquez :: 9/17-9/29 :: up to the 10th spot in collegesoccernews.com national poll, a perfect 8-0-0 start to the season, recently defeating Cornell and Princeton in the Princeton Tournament 4-1 and 1-0, respectively. They also defeated Loyola (Md.) away 1-0 :: started all games during the week.

Monmouth University :: Ryan Kinne :: 9/17-9/29 :: up to the 10th spot in collegesoccernews.com national poll, a perfect 8-0-0 start to the season, recently defeating Cornell and Princeton in the Princeton Tournament 4-1 and 1-0, respectively. They also defeated Loyola (Md.) away 1-0 :: started all games and contributed 2 goals and 2 assists.

Monmouth University :: Cesar Blancido :: 9/17-9/29 :: up to the 10th spot in collegesoccernews.com national poll, a perfect 8-0-0 start to the season, recently defeating Cornell and Princeton in the Princeton Tournament 4-1 and 1-0, respectively. They also defeated Loyola (Md.) away 1-0 :: started all games and contributed a couple of shots on goal.

Northwestern :: Nick Gendron :: 9/17-9/29 :: currently ranked 25th nationally, the team went 2-0-2 on the week with victories over Lafayette 2-1 and SIU Edwardsville 1-0 and tied South Carolina 0-0 and Drake 2-2, all games were played at home.

NJIT :: Trevor Nye :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 1-2-0 on the week, starting with a victory of Virginia Military Institute 3-2 (2OT) at home, but suffered loses to both St. Francis (NY) away 1-3 and Farleigh Dickinson at home 1-2.

Rutgers :: Sam Archer :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 3-1-0 in a very important week that was packed with conference matches, the team started with 3 victories over Providence and Connecticut at home 2-1 and against Seton Hall away 2-1 before losing to Georgetown 2-0 in D.C. :: saw action in all 4 matches with 2 starts and 2 shots on goal.

Rutgers :: David McVane :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 3-1-0 in a very important week that was packed with conference matches, the team started with 3 victories over Providence and Connecticut at home 2-1 and against Seton Hall away 2-1 before losing to Georgetown 2-0 in D.C. :: saw action 2 games and contributed a shot on goal.

St. Francis University :: Tevin Jackson :: 9/17-9/29 :: team went 3-1-0 on the week with victories over Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne University away 2-1 and Valparaiso away 2-1 and Howard away 1-0, but suffered one defeat away to Bucknell 0-1.

St. John’s University :: John Tardy :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 1-1-2 over the week beating Georgetown 2-0 at home and then tied Seton Hall 0-0 before losing 2-0 on the road to UConn and wrapped up the week with a tough tie at home to Providence 0-0.

St. John’s University :: Walter Hines :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 1-1-2 over the week beating Georgetown 2-0 at home and then tied Seton Hall 0-0 before losing 2-0 on the road to UConn and wrapped up the week with a tough tie at home to Providence 0-0 :: started in all 4 games for the red storm contributing several shots on goal and an assist vs. Georgetown.

St. John’s University :: Conor Lade :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 1-1-2 over the week beating Georgetown 2-0 at home and then tied Seton Hall 0-0 before losing 2-0 on the road to UConn and wrapped up the week with a tough tie at home to Providence 0-0 :: started in all 4 games for the Red Storm in a defense that only allowed 2 goals.

Seton Hall :: Jack Freeman :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 3-2-1 for the week, starting with a victory at Syracuse 3-1, then tied St. John’s away 0-0, before losing to both Rutgers and Villanova at home 1-2 (OT) and 1-4, respectively :: started all 4 games for the Pirates.

Seton Hall :: Sam Petrone :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 3-2-1 for the week, starting with a victory at Syracuse 3-1, then tied St. John’s away 0-0, before losing to both Rutgers and Villanova at home 1-2 (OT) and 1-4, respectively :: saw action in all 4 games and contributed a couple of shots on goal.

Seton Hall :: Steven Rose :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 3-2-1 for the week, starting with a victory at Syracuse 3-1, then tied St. John’s away 0-0, before losing to both Rutgers and Villanova at home 1-2 (OT) and 1-4, respectively.

Seton Hall :: Andrew Welker :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 3-2-1 for the week, starting with a victory at Syracuse 3-1, then tied St. John’s away 0-0, before losing to both Rutgers and Villanova at home 1-2 (OT) and 1-4, respectively :: started all 4 games for the Pirates and added a goal and an assist.

Seton Hall :: Hayden Morris :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 3-2-1 for the week, starting with a victory at Syracuse 3-1, then tied St. John’s away 0-0, before losing to both Rutgers and Villanova at home 1-2 (OT) and 1-4, respectively.

Seton Hall :: Adriano Gabriele :: 9/17-9/29 :: went 3-2-1 for the week, starting with a victory at Syracuse 3-1, then tied St. John’s away 0-0, before losing to both Rutgers and Villanova at home 1-2 (OT) and 1-4, respectively :: started all 4 games for the Pirates and contributed several shots on goal.

Syracuse University :: Mark Brode :: 9/17-9/29 :: the team suffered a difficult 0-4-0 week, starting with 2 loses at home to Seton Hall and Georgetown, 1-3 and 0-2, respectively, and then the team suffered 2 more loses on the road to Providence and Connecticut, 0-1 and 0-2, respectively.

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2 Responses to “RED BULLS ACADEMY ON CAMPUS”

  1. lou Says:

    definetly a cool new feature on the website. Ryan Kinne from monmouth is a very good player, i never knew he was a red bull academy prodcut.

  2. USMNT FRANK Says:

    awesome!

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