RED BULLS ACADEMY ON CAMPUS UPDATE

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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.  Academy products are translating the success they had in the Academy system to the collegiate level.  After the jump is the report for October 14-October 20.

Sacir HotBoston College – The Eagles only had one game this week, but it was a tough ACC match-up in Chapel Hill against UNC.  Preparation and hard work paid off for the Eagles as they returned home with a big 2-1 road win. Unfortunately Sacir did not see action in this game, but with two games next week at Holy Cross and Virginia he is likely to see action.

Brandon PaulUniversity of Delaware – The Blue Hens had a difficult week defensively as they conceded six goals in two games. The first loss of the week came on the road to a tough George Mason squad, 1-3.  The second loss came at home to William & Mary, 2-3. Brandon did all he could to keep the Blue Hens in each game as he made six saves in each game for a total of 12 saves on the week. The Blue Hens’ schedule does not give them a rest as they look for a win on the road next week at Towson and UNC Wilmington.

Matt UyFairfield University – The Stags squared off against Iona this week and, unfortunately, came out on the losing end of a 0-2 score line. Matt started the game for Fairfield, but could not find the spark they needed this week to beat a solid Iona team. The Stags look to rebound next week with two more home games against St. Peter’s and Manhattan College.

Jason WellsFarleigh Dickinson University – The Knights had a balanced week as they went 1-1 at home. The week started with a tough loss to Quinnipiac, 0-1, but the Knights showed great resilience as they bounced back in the next game to defeat Central Connecticut, 5-1. Jason started both games for the Knights this week and supported a back line that conceded two goals in as many games. The team has a light week upcoming with only one home game against Bryant.

Kevin FinneganGeorgetown University – The Hoyas suffered a difficult, 0-1, conference loss on the road to Marquette this week. The team cannot afford to let this loss sit too heavy as they have two more Big East games next week. The first game is at home against Notre Dame and the second is on the road at West Virginia.

Steven AmayaHartwick College – The Hawks had a week of preparation and practice as they had an off-week. The team prepares for an away game next week at Bowling Green.

Mario RossIona College – Mario and the rest of the Iona Gaels enjoyed a nice, 2-0, win at Fairfield this week. The team put together a solid game and saw the benefits of their hard work as they put up two goals and conceded none. Mario had a very effective game as he only took one shot, but that shot turned into a goal. The Gaels seem to be mirroring the Stags schedule at this point as they play Manhattan and St. Peter’s next week at home as well.

Widner St. CyrUniversity of Maryland – The Terps enjoyed a 2-0 week that puts them at 4-0 over the past two weeks. This week they defeated a solid Clemson squad on the road, 2-1, before putting down Seton Hall, 3-1, in front of their favorite home fans. The Terps are 8-1 at home this season while outscoring their opponents 17-4 to give the fans plenty to scream about. Widner saw action in one game this week for the Terps. The team faces a difficult challenge as they go on the road next week to play Wake Forest.

Matt KasselUniversity of Maryland – The Terps enjoyed a 2-0 week that puts them at 4-0 over the past two weeks. This week they defeated a solid Clemson squad on the road, 2-1, before putting down Seton Hall, 3-1, in front of their favorite home fans. The Terps are 8-1 at home this season while outscoring their opponents 17-4 to give the fans plenty to scream about. Matt started both games this week, but did not provide his regular diet of shots; however, he did have one assist to contribute during the Seton Hall victory.  The team faces a difficult challenge as they go on the road next week to play Wake Forest.

Anthony VazquezMonmouth University – The Hawks continued their golden year with yet another win, this one coming on the road at Bryant, 2-0. Again, the Hawks defense was rock solid and offense remained just as potent. The team moved up in the national rankings to jump over Louisville to the 7th spot. Anthony started the game this week and helped lock down the defense. The Hawks look to continue their hot streak and national climb with games on the road at Robert Morris and St. Francis (PA).

Ryan KinneMonmouth University – The Hawks continued their golden year with yet another win, this one coming on the road at Bryant, 2-0. Again, the Hawks defense was rock solid and offense remained just as potent. The team moved up in the national rankings to jump over Louisville to the 7th spot. Ryan started the game this week and was very active offensively as he took six shots and provided one goal. The Hawks look to continue their hot streak and national climb with games on the road at Robert Morris and St. Francis (PA).

Cesar BlancidoMonmouth University – The Hawks continued their golden year with yet another win, this one coming on the road at Bryant, 2-0. Again, the Hawks defense was rock solid and offense remained just as potent. The team moved up in the national rankings to jump over Louisville to the 7th spot. Cesar started the game this week and provided the offense with two shots. The Hawks look to continue their hot streak and national climb with games on the road at Robert Morris and St. Francis (PA).

Nick GendronNorthwestern University – The Wildcats had a busy week as they played three games this week; however, they were all at home. The team went 2-1 on the week, which started off with a win against Western Illinois, 3-2. The team tripped a little as they lost a tough, 1-2, game against Wisconsin, but they found their rhythm again when they beat Loyola Chicago, 1-0. The team continues its home stand next week with a big game against Indiana.

Trevor NyeNJIT – The Highlanders also enjoyed an off-week of preparation and practice. The team will need it as they have a busy upcoming week starting with two away games at Rutgers and Houston Baptist before coming home to play a strong Bucknell team.

Sam ArcherRutgers University – The Scarlet Knights had a light week with only one home game against Cincinnati, but they came out ready and showed that they had the legs and will to win as they put up three goals and conceded none. Sam saw action in the game this week. The team looks to carry this momentum into next week with games against NJIT at home and away at Louisville.

David McVaneRutgers University – The Scarlet Knights had a light week with only one home game against Cincinnati, but they came out ready and showed that they had the legs and will to win as they put up three goals and conceded none. David started the game this week and supported the offense with one shot and one assist. The team looks to carry this momentum into next week with games against NJIT at home and away at Louisville.

Tevin JacksonSt. Francis University – The Red Flash had a disappointing week as they went 0-2 on the week. The team is in the middle of a road trip with away games at rival Franciscan school St. Francis (NY) and Long Island University. The loss came to St. Francis (NY), 0-3, and the second loss was a closer 1-2. The team rounds out its road swing next week with a game at Mount St. Mary’s before coming home to play the nationally ranked Monmouth Hawks.

John TardySt. John’s University – The Red Storm had a game heavy week with three games this week. The first game was on the road at Princeton, but they could only return home with a 1-1 draw. The team returned home to play Louisville, which they won, 3-2. The squad rounded out the week with a home game against Brown which ended in a 1-1 tie, as well.  John saw action in two games for the Red Storm this week. The team goes on the road next week to kick-off against Cincinnati.

Walter HinesSt. John’s University – The Red Storm had a game heavy week with three games this week. The first game was on the road at Princeton, but they could only return home with a 1-1 draw. The tem returned home to play Louisville, which they won, 3-2. The squad rounded out the week with a home game against Brown which ended in a 1-1 tie, as well.  Walter saw action in all three games for the Red Storm this week. He tallied two starts and three shots. The team goes on the road next week to kick-off against Cincinnati.

Conor LadeSt. John’s University – The Red Storm had a game heavy week with three games this week. The first game was on the road at Princeton, but they could only return home with a 1-1 draw. The tem returned home to play Louisville, which they won 3-2. The squad rounded out the week with a home game against Brown which ended in a 1-1 tie, as well.  Conor started all three games for the Red Strom this week and also provided three shots in as many games. The team goes on the road next week to kick-off against Cincinnati.

Jack FreemanSeton Hall University – The Pirates had a sub-par week on the road with a tie and a loss. They started the week with a tie at Big East foe Providence, 1-1, and closed out the week with a 1-3 loss at College Park to reigning national champions Maryland. Jack started both games for the Pirates this week. The team looks to rebound next week with a key home game against Big East rival UConn.

Sam PetroneSeton Hall University – The Pirates had a sub-par week on the road with a tie and a loss. They started the week with a tie at Big East foe Providence, 1-1, and closed out the week with a 1-3 loss at College Park to reigning national champions Maryland. Sam started both games this week for the Pirates and provided the offense with two shots. The team looks to rebound next week with a key home game against Big East rival UConn.

Steven RoseSeton Hall University – The Pirates had a sub-par week on the road with a tie and a loss. They started the week with a tie at Big East foe Providence, 1-1, and closed out the week with a 1-3 loss at College Park to reigning national champions Maryland. The team looks to rebound next week with a key home game against Big East rival UConn.

Andrew WelkerSeton Hall University – The Pirates had a sub-par week on the road with a tie and a loss. They started the week with a tie at Big East foe Providence, 1-1, and closed out the week with a 1-3 loss at College Park to reigning national champions Maryland. Andrew started both games for the Pirates this week and provided the offense with five shots and one goal. The team looks to rebound next week with a key home game against Big East rival UConn.

Hayden MorrisSeton Hall University – The Pirates had a sub-par week on the road with a tie and a loss. They started the week with a tie at Big East foe Providence, 1-1, and closed out the week with a 1-3 loss at College Park to reigning national champions Maryland. The team looks to rebound next week with a key home game against Big East rival UConn.

Adriano GabrieleSeton Hall University – The Pirates had a sub-par week on the road with a tie and a loss. They started the week with a tie at Big East foe Providence, 1-1, and closed out the week with a 1-3 loss at College Park to reigning national champions Maryland. Adriano saw action in both games this week for the Pirates and started one of them while supporting the offense with one shot. The team looks to rebound next week with a key home game against Big East rival UConn.

Mark BrodeSyracuse University – The Orangemen are in the middle of one of the toughest stretches of games this program has seen. The team went 0-2 on the week which puts them at 0-5 over the last two weeks with a goal differential of -11 (3 goals for and 14 goals against). This week the squad played both games at home, but did not give the home fans much to cheer about as they started with a 0-3 loss to South Florida and finished the week with a 1-2 loss to Adelphi. Mark started both games for the Orange and even tried to support the offense by providing a shot of his own. The team looks to reverse the tide with a tough conference game against DePaul.

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