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 28-November 3.

Sacir HotBoston College – This week the Eagles played host to the #4 Wake Forest Demon Deacons in an important late season ACC match-up. The first half remained scoreless, but the second half saw much more action in front of goal. Two freshmen saw the best chances of the game for both teams. A freshman defender scored on a 23 yard blast for the Eagles, which was enough to give them the important home victory. Later in the half, the Demon Deacons saw their best opportunity of the game ring off the crossbar on a header. The Eagles currently sit fifth in the ACC with a 4-3 record in the conference. The Eagles conclude their regular season with another ACC home match against Virginia Tech.

Brandon PaulUniversity of Delaware – The Blue Hens had a busy week with three games. The week started off with a home game against Northeastern, which they unfortunately lost, 1-2. The loss was the sixth straight for the Blue Hens and it appeared that their season was going to end on a low note. That was until the team traveled to Virginia to play Viginia Commonwealth, and they were able to return with a solid win, 2-1. The squad took the momentum from the road win back home when they squared off against Georgia State and they were able to secure another victory, 4-1. The squad finishes with a 4-7 record in the conference, which is good enough for ninth as of now. Brandon saw action in the last game of the year and made one save and allowed one goal. Brandon finished the year with 10 starts and 11 appearances. He allowed 19 goals for a 1.84 GAA, and made a total of 39 saves with three clean sheets.

Matt UyFairfield University – The Stags were on the road this week playing games at Rider and Loyola (MD). The road trip started off strong with a win over Rider, 5-1, but the Stags were unable to keep that momentum going as they tied Loyola, 0-0. The Stags currently sit at third in the MAAC with a 4-1-2 record. They conclude their season next week with two home games against Niagara and Canisius. Matt started both games for the squad and provided the offense with 2 shots.

Jason WellsFarleigh Dickinson University – The Knights were in action this week on the road in New York this week at Long Island University and St. Francis (NY). Fortunately, the Knights were able to return to New Jersey with six points secured from two wins. They defeated Long Island, 3-2, and they defeated St. Francis (NY), 3-1. The wins were good enough to move the Knights into fourth position in the NEC with a 5-3-1 record in the conference. The squad concludes its regular season next week with another road game at Sacred Heart. Jason started one game for the Knights this week and provided the team with energy and strong play that helped them secure the win over LIU.

Kevin FinneganGeorgetown University – The Hoyas struggled this week at home as they conceded five goals and only scored two. First, the Hoyas played host to cross-town rivals American and were unable to hold them off as the Eagles defeated the Hoyas, 1-3. Second, the squad hosted Big East foe Providence and lost a heartbreaker in overtime, 1-2. The loss saw the Hoyas drop to fourth in the Big East Blue division with a record of 6-5.

Steven AmayaHartwick College – The Hawks had a solid week with one tie and one win. The Hawks started the week with a tie against Western Michigan, 1-1. They followed up the tie with a win over a strong Binghamton side, 2-1. This week’s results saw the Hawks move to second place in the MAC with an undefeated 3-0-2 conference record. Steven started both games this week for the Hawks and provided the offense with three shots.

Mario RossIona College – The Gaels were on the road this week with games at Loyola (MD) and Rider. Unfortunately, the trip to Maryland was unsuccessful for the Gaels as they were shutout, 0-2. The squad recovered quickly; however, and bounced back with a big victory, 1-0, over Rider. The win was good enough for the Gaels to retain their position at the top of the MAAC with a 6-1 conference record. The team comes home next week with their last two games of the regular season against Canisius and Niagara. Mario started both games for the Gaels again this week and provided the offense with two shots.

Widner St. CyrUniversity of MarylandThe Terps played #7 Virginia and Navy at home this week, and did not give up a goal. The Terps, who are now ranked sixth in the country, tied Virginia, 0-0, in a very hotly contested battle. The Terps then played host to the Navy Midshipmen, who are having a great year for themselves in the Patriot League. Fortunately, the squad was able to get the win that their fans were expecting with a, 1-0, result. The Terps currently sit at the top of the ACC with a 4-2-2 record in the conference. Widner started both games for the squad and provided the offense with two shots of his own, but was unable to turn those shots into goals this week.

Matt KasselUniversity of Maryland – The Terps played #7 Virginia and Navy at home this week, and did not give up a goal. The Terps, who are now ranked sixth in the country, tied Virginia, 0-0, in a very hotly contested battle. The Terps then played host to the Navy Midshipmen, who are having a great year for themselves in the Patriot League. Fortunately, the squad was able to get the win that their fans were expecting with a, 1-0, result. The Terps currently sit at the top of the ACC with a 4-2-2 record in the conference. Matt started both games for the Terps again this week and provided the offense with five shots. Matt has been a mainstay for Maryland in the midfield this season.

Anthony VazquezMonmouth University – The Hawks got back on track this week after last week’s disappointing first loss of the year at St. Francis (PA). The team played two home games this week against Central Connecticut State and Quinnipiac. The team scored five goals while conceding none. They defeated Central Connecticut State, 3-0, and Quinnipiac, 2-0. The team moved back into the top 10 in the country with the two wins, which moved them up to ninth nationally. The Hawks are also first place in the NEC, as well, with a 7-1-1 conference record. The team closes out its fantastic season with a home game against Mount St. Mary’s. Anthony had another solid week as he started both games and helped to anchor a backline that conceding no goals

Ryan KinneMonmouth University – The Hawks got back on track this week after last week’s disappointing first loss of the year at St. Francis (PA). The team played two home games this week against Central Connecticut State and Quinnipiac. The team scored five goals while conceding none. They defeated Central Connecticut State, 3-0, and Quinnipiac, 2-0. The team moved back into the top 10 in the country with the two wins, which moved them up to ninth nationally. The Hawks are also first place in the NEC, as well, with a 7-1-1 conference record. The team closes out its fantastic season with a home game against Mount St. Mary’s. Ryan had an explosive offense week as he started both games for the Hawks and provided seven shots, one goal, and one assist.

Cesar BlancidoMonmouth University – The Hawks got back on track this week after last week’s disappointing first loss of the year at St. Francis (PA). The team played two home games this week against Central Connecticut State and Quinnipiac. The team scored five goals while conceding none. They defeated Central Connecticut State, 3-0, and Quinnipiac, 2-0. The team moved back into the top 10 in the country with the two wins, which moved them up to ninth nationally. The Hawks are also first place in the NEC, as well, with a 7-1-1 conference record. The team closes out its fantastic season with a home game against Mount St. Mary’s. Cesar had a strong showing this week as he started both games and provided the offense with three shots and one goal.

Nick GendronNorthwestern University – The Wildcats suffered a heartbreaking double overtime loss to rivals Michigan away on national television. The team performed well, but were unable to find the back of the net. The squad has performed very well this year; however, as they maintained a top 25 spot in the nation with the 17th spot. They are also in fourth place in the Big Ten, but they are only a win away from moving into second. The Wildcats have one more game remaining in their regular season as they play host to the Michigan State Spartans.

Trevor NyeNJIT – The Highlanders suffered a loss and a tie this week. The loss came at home to Adelphi, 1-3, which is very unfortunate considering it came on senior night. The squad did not let the loss get them down too much as they were able to steal a point on the road from Howard. These were the last games for the Highlanders this regular season and they currently sit in fourth place in the Atlantic Soccer Conference with a conference record of 2-3.

Sam ArcherRutgers University – The Scarlet Knights played host to two Big East teams this week as they played Villanova and USF. Villanova came in ready and they proved it with a strong result, 0-3. The team let that result roll off their backs as they had to prepare for a strong USF squad to come to New Brunswick. The game was hotly contested, as expected, and the Scarlet Knights were able to find a way to win in double overtime, 2-1. These were the final regular season games for the squad, and they currently sit at sixth place in the Big East Red division.

David McVaneRutgers University – The Scarlet Knights played host to two Big East teams this week as they played Villanova and USF. Villanova came in ready and they proved it with a strong result, 0-3. The team let that result roll off their backs as they had to prepare for a strong USF squad to come to New Brunswick. The game was hotly contested, as expected, and the Scarlet Knights were able to find a way to win in double overtime, 2-1. These were the final regular season games for the squad, and they currently sit at sixth place in the Big East Red division. David saw action in both games this week and earned one start.

Tevin JacksonSt. Francis University – The Red Flash only had one game this week and it was at home against Bryant University, which they tied, 0-0. The Red Flash were coming into the game with tons of confidence as they are fresh off a victory over then #7 Monmouth University, which is the team’s only win in the last 6 games. The Red Flash currently sit at 10th place in the NEC 2-5-2. They close out their regular season next week with a final home conference game against Robert Morris University.

John TardySt. John’s University – The Red Storm finished their regular season extremely strong with two more wins this week, one at home against DePaul and another on the road at Syracuse. Both victories were by a 2-0 margin. The team is currently 5-0-3 over the past four weeks, which has been good enough to pull them within one vote of being in the top 25 nationally. The team currently sits at second place in the Big East Red division with a 6-1 conference record. John saw action in one game this week and provided the offense with two shots.

Walter HinesSt. John’s University – The Red Storm finished their regular season extremely strong with two more wins this week, one at home against DePaul and another on the road at Syracuse. Both victories were by a 2-0 margin. The team is currently 5-0-3 over the past four weeks, which has been good enough to pull them within one vote of being in the top 25 nationally. The team currently sits at second place in the Big East Red division with a 6-1 conference record. Walter played in both games this week and started one of them. He provided the offense with one shot, one goal, and one assist.

Conor LadeSt. John’s University – The Red Storm finished their regular season extremely strong with two more wins this week, one at home against DePaul and another on the road at Syracuse. Both victories were by a 2-0 margin. The team is currently 5-0-3 over the past four weeks, which has been good enough to pull them within one vote of being in the top 25 nationally. The team currently sits at second place in the Big East Red division with a 6-1 conference record. Conor found himself in an usual realm as he scored a goal this week for the Red Storm for the first time this season. More importantly, he helped anchor a backline that allowed no goals this week as the squad picked up two huge conference wins.

Jack FreemanSeton Hall University – The Pirates ended their regular season on a low note with two conference losses at Pittsburgh and at home against West Virginia. The Pirates lost a hard fought contest, 2-3, at Pittsburgh. They hoped to come home and send the seniors out on a high note, but West Virginia had plans of their own as they came into New Jersey ready and left for home with three points on the back of a win, 0-2. The Pirates finished the regular season at seventh place in the Big East Blue division with a conference record 1-7. Jack started both games this week for the Pirates and provided the offense with two shots.

Sam PetroneSeton Hall University – The Pirates ended their regular season on a low note with two conference losses at Pittsburgh and at home against West Virginia. The Pirates lost a hard fought contest, 2-3, at Pittsburgh. They hoped to come home and send the seniors out on a high note, but West Virginia had plans of their own as they came into New Jersey ready and left for home with three points on the back of a win, 0-2. The Pirates finished the regular season at seventh place in the Big East Blue division with a conference record 1-7. Sam saw action in both games this week and earned a start in one game. He sparked the offense with three shots and one goal.

Steven RoseSeton Hall University – The Pirates ended their regular season on a low note with two conference losses at Pittsburgh and at home against West Virginia. The Pirates lost a hard fought contest, 2-3, at Pittsburgh. They hoped to come home and send the seniors out on a high note, but West Virginia had plans of their own as they came into New Jersey ready and left for home with three points on the back of a win, 0-2. The Pirates finished the regular season at seventh place in the Big East Blue division with a conference record 1-7.

Andrew WelkerSeton Hall University – The Pirates ended their regular season on a low note with two conference losses at Pittsburgh and at home against West Virginia. The Pirates lost a hard fought contest, 2-3, at Pittsburgh. They hoped to come home and send the seniors out on a high note, but West Virginia had plans of their own as they came into New Jersey ready and left for home with three points on the back of a win, 0-2. The Pirates finished the regular season at seventh place in the Big East Blue division with a conference record 1-7. Andrew started both games for the Pirates this week and provided the offense with five shots and one assist.

Hayden MorrisSeton Hall University – The Pirates ended their regular season on a low note with two conference losses at Pittsburgh and at home against West Virginia. The Pirates lost a hard fought contest, 2-3, at Pittsburgh. They hoped to come home and send the seniors out on a high note, but West Virginia had plans of their own as they came into New Jersey ready and left for home with three points on the back of a win, 0-2. The Pirates finished the regular season at seventh place in the Big East Blue division with a conference record 1-7.

Adriano GabrieleSeton Hall University – The Pirates ended their regular season on a low note with two conference losses at Pittsburgh and at home against West Virginia. The Pirates lost a hard fought contest, 2-3, at Pittsburgh. They hoped to come home and send the seniors out on a high note, but West Virginia had plans of their own as they came into New Jersey ready and left for home with three points on the back of a win, 0-2. The Pirates finished the regular season at seventh place in the Big East Blue division with a conference record 1-7.

Mark BrodeSyracuse University – The Orangemen snapped a 6 game losing skid with a win at home over Cincinnati this week, 3-1. They felt fit and ready to host the red hot Red Storm, but were unable to contain their potent attack as they conceded two goals and were unable to convert any of their opportunities into goals and the match ended, 0-2. The regular season finished for the Orangemen as they posted a 2-9 record in the Big East Blue division, which was good enough for the eighth spot. Mark started both games for the Orange this week and provided the offense with plenty of shots, but was unfortunately unable to find the back of the net.

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2 Responses to “RED BULLS ACADEMY ON CAMPUS UPDATE”

  1. afrim Says:

    silly question…but does RBNY have rights to these guys or do they still have to enter the MLS draft?

  2. jim Says:

    half of those players were not even part of the academy. they played one year for their summer league u20 team

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