Collegiate Wrapup

Academy Collegiate Roundup: Week 2

This is the Toronto FC Academy collegiate roundup where we keep tabs on our Academy graduates competing in collegiate programs across the continent. There are currently 15 grads lacing them up in both the NCAA and U Sports. Here is your roundup:

NCAA

Ethan Beckford – Freshman – Penn State University

Beckford started both games for Nittany Lions. However, Penn State dropped both its matches. They lost 3-0 vs. Ohio State and 2-0 to 3rd ranked Maryland. The Nittany Lions are now 1-3-2 on the season.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 6 (5) 390 0 0 8(4)

Dante Morrissette – Freshman – Northeastern

Morrissette started both games for the Huskies. He played 45 minutes in a 1-1 draw at Harvard and went the full 91 in a dramatic 1-0 overtime victory over the College of Charleston. The Huskies are 2-3-1 on the season but 1-0-0 in CAA play.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 6 (6) 472 0 0 0(0)

Kota Sakurai – Freshman – Dartmouth College

Sakurai made two appearances including his first start against Holy Cross. Dartmouth defeated UMASS 1-0 then went on to defeat Holy Cross 5-0. Dartmouth is 3-2-0 on the season.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 3 (1) N/A 0 0 0(0)

Brogan Engbers – Freshman – Liberty University

Engbers did not appear for Liberty in their game this week. Liberty is 3-2-1 on the season.

  GP (Starts) Mins Saves Goals Against
2017 1 (0) 40 0 0

Malik Smith – Freshman – Grand Canyon University

Smith played 79 minutes in the GCU’s 5-4 OT win over UC Riverside. However, the defender picked up two yellows so he sat out for GCU's 4-2 loss to CSUN. GCU is now 2-5-0 on the season.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 5 (3) 235 0 0 1(1)

Thomas Mickoski – Sophomore – St John’s University

Mickoski made two appearances off the bench for St. John’s in their two wins this week. They defeated UC Santa Barbara 2-1 and Seton Hall 1-0. St. John’s is now 4-2-1 on the season and 1-0-0 in the Big East.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 4 (2) 110 0 0 0(0)

Leonard Sohn – Sophomore – Manhattan College

Sohn started both of Manhattan’s games this week. Sohn went 56 minutes in the Jaspers’ 7-0 win over VMI recording an assist. The second-year defender followed up with 37 minutes in the Jaspers’ 2-1 loss to St. Francis Brooklyn. The Jaspers are 3-3-0 this year.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 6 (4) 308 0 1 1(1)

Kevon Black – Senior – Duke University

Black made the start in Duke’s 2-1 defeat at the hands of their rivals the 6th UNC Tar Heels. Black assisted on the goal for the 23rd ranked Blue Devils. Duke is now 4-1-1 on the season and 1-1-0 in conference play.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 4 (3) 298 0 1 1(1)

Michael Marcantognini – Senior – Michigan State University

Marcantongnini made two substitute appearances for the undefeated Spartans this week. He played 31 minutes against Bowling Green recording a shot on goal then came on for 19 minutes in MSU’s 1-0 overtime victory over Michigan keeping the Big Bear in Lansing. The 6th ranked Spartans are 7-0-0 on the season.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 7 (5) 297 0 0 7(0)

Eli Roubos – Senior – Florida Gulf Coast University

Roubos came on as a substitute in FGCU’s 2-2 draw with Loyola Marymount in the team’s return to action following Hurricane Irma. FGCU is 1-3-1 on the season.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 5 (4) 422 0 0 1(0)

U Sports

Robert Boskovic – Sophomore – Ryerson University

Boskovic played both games for the Rams this week. Boskovic started in the Rams’ 1-0 win over Carleton and appeared in their 3-1 win over UOIT.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 7 (6) N/A 1 0 4(2)

Andrew Dias – Sophomore – Ryerson University

Dias started both games for the Rams this week. Ryerson currently leads the East with a 7-0-1 record and have won four straight.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 7 (5) N/A 1 1 6(2)

Nikola Stakic – Sophomore – University of Toronto

Stakic appeared in both games for the Varsity Blues this week. He came of the bench in U of T’s 4-0 win over Trent and started in their 1-1 draw with Carleton.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 8 (7) N/A 2 1 5(4)

Nicholas Osorio – Freshman – University of Toronto

Osorio did not appear in either of this week’s matches for U of T.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 4 (4) N/A 0 0 2(1)

Marko Mandekic – Freshman – University of Toronto

Mandekic started and recorded an assist in the 1-1 draw with Carleton but did not appear in the win over Trent. Toronto is 6-0-2 this season and is in second place in the East.

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 7 (7) N/A 1 1 14(3)
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