Collegiate Wrapup

Academy Collegiate Roundup: Week 5

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. 

NCAA

Ethan Beckford – Freshman – Penn State University

Beckford made the start in the Nittany Lions' 1-0 loss to Indiana on Saturday. Beckford went the full 90 registering three shots on goal. Penn State has struggled to find its form season as they are currently 2-7-2 this year. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 10 (9) 699 1 0 20(10)

Dante Morrissette – Freshman – Northeastern

Morrissette has consistently been one of the first names on Chris Gbandi's team sheet this season. Morrissette made two more starts this past week as the Huskies fell to both Hartford and Willam & Mary. The Huskies are just 2-8-2 this season and 1-3-1 in CAA play. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 11 (11) 934 0 0 2(1)

Kota Sakurai – Freshman – Dartmouth College

Sakurai started both of Dartmouth's games this week. Sakurai went 57 minutes in a 3-0 victory over Hofstra and 51 minutes in a 2-2 draw with Yale. The Big Green is now 7-2-1 overall and 1-0-1 in Ivy League play. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 8 (4) N/A 0 0 1(0)

Brogan Engbers – Freshman – Liberty University

Engbers did not appear for Liberty in their games this week. Liberty is 7-3-1 on the season.

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

Malik Smith – Freshman – Grand Canyon University

Smith started both games for GCU last week. Smith scored his first career NCAA goal in GCU's 3-2 overtime loss to CSU Bakersfield and then started in GCU's 1-0 overtime win over San Jose State. GCU is now 5-6-0 on the season and 2-1-0 in WAC play. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists

Shots (Shots on Goal)

2017 9 (7) 507 1 0 4(2)

Thomas Mickoski – Sophomore – St John’s University

Mickoski came on as a late substitute and played 14 minutes in the Red Storm's 2-2 draw with Creighton. St John's is now 5-4-2 on the season and 2-1-1 in conference play. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 7 (2) 157 0 0 0(0)

Leonard Sohn – Sophomore – Manhattan College

Sohn came on as a sub in both of Manhattan's matches last week. Sohn played 30 minutes in the Jaspers' 2-0 win over Saint Peter's and played 24 minutes in their 1-0 win over Monmouth. Manhattan is off to a perfect 4-0-0 start in the MAAC. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 11 (5) 455 0 1 3(1)

Kevon Black – Senior – Duke University

Black appeared in one of the Blue Devils' three games this past week. Black started and went 43 minutes in Duke's 1-0 win over Elon. Duke is now 10-2-0 overall but just 3-2-0 in the difficult ACC. The Blue Devils were ranked 7th in the NCAA in the latest RPI.  

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 9 (8) 680 1 2 4(3)

Michael Marcantognini – Senior – Michigan State University

Marcantongnini made a pair of substitute appearances for the number one ranked Spartans last week. He played 22 minutes in a 1-0 win over #12 Western Michigan and played 25 minutes in a 1-1 draw with Wisconsin. The Spartans are 9-1-2 on the year and undefeated in the Big Ten. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 12 (5) 478 0 0 13(3)

Eli Roubos – Senior – Florida Gulf Coast University

Roubos made two appearances for FGCU this week. Roubos played 12 minutes against Omaha and then 58 vs. Lipscomb. FGCU is off to a perfect 3-0-0 start in the ASUN. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 10 (7) 702 0 0 1(0)

U Sports

Ryerson and the University of Toronto met for the final time this season on Saturday afternoon. The Ryerson players will have bragging rights over their U of T brethren until the playoffs as the Rams pulled out the 4-3 win. 

Robert Boskovic – Sophomore – Ryerson University

Boskovic made the start for the Rams in their win. Ryerson has bounced back from their six-game forfeiture and is now 5-6-1 this season and sit in 5th place in the East. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 11 (10) N/A 1 0 6(4)

Andrew Dias – Sophomore – Ryerson University

Dias found the back of the net for the 3rd time this season in the Rams win. He now has four on the season. Dias was named the Ryerson athlete of the week. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 11 (8) N/A 3 2 10(7)

Nikola Stakic – Sophomore – University of Toronto

Stakic started for U of T in their loss to Ryerson. Stakic recorded an assist in the match. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 12 (11) N/A 4 2 9(4)

Nicholas Osorio – Freshman – University of Toronto

Osorio did not appear 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 two assists for U of T. The Varsity Blues are 7-1-4 and are in second place in the East. 

  GP (Starts) Mins Goals Assists Shots (Shots on Goal)
2017 11 (11) N/A 1 4 19(8)