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Success For 2019 Alumni

By CDLFC, 11/19/19, 12:00PM EST

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The 2019 college regular seasons have concluded, and many of the 2019 CDLFC alumni have made major impacts for their programs.

The 2019 college regular seasons have concluded, and many of the 2019 CDLFC alumni have made major impacts for their programs. There were 28 of the 37 players from the USL League Two season that had college eligibility left. Here is a complete list of where you can find all the players this fall.

 

No Collegiate Season

  • Wesley Storm
  • Christian Kallenberger
  • Adam Snow
  • Reece Hands
  • Jorge Guinovart
  • Nathan Heath
  • David Lozano

 

Young Harris College

  • Yesin van der PluijmChristian KirchhoffDani FischerSebastian AndreassenAlex Gschwend
  • 12-4-0 overall record; 9th overall rank in DII; DII national tournament on Sunday 11/24 in Wingate, NC
  • Andreassen earned All-Peach Belt 1st Team; Gschwend, Fischer, and van der Pluijm received All-Peach Belt 2nd Team
  • Seba finished with eight goals and six assists, 2nd on the team in goals, tied for 1st in assists, 3rd in total minutes, and 2nd in total points
  • Dani finished with two goals and two assists, 2nd on the team in total minutes
  • Gschwend finished with one goal, 4th on the team in total minutes
  • Kirchhoff finished with one goal and three assists
  • Yesin finished with three goals, 5th on the team in minutes

 

University of Evansville

  • Zachary BlaydesLogan MuckJesse Stafford-Lacey
  • 2-15-1 overall record
  • Stafford-Lacey received All-MVC 2nd Team, led team in goals scored (4) as well as total points (10) and tied for team lead in assists (2)
  • Blaydes returned from a redshirt-injury year to start 11 games in 16 total matches played
  • Muck finished with 11 starts in 17 total matches played and one assist

 

University of Portland

  • Michael Hamilton
  • 9-7-1 overall record; 5th place in the West Coast Conference
  • Hamilton’s first season at Portland, played in seven matches

 

Saginaw Valley State University

  • Connor Rutz
  • GLIAC runners-up; 13-6-1 overall record
  • Rutz earned GLIAC Offensive Player of the Year, All-GLIAC 1st Team, finished with nine goals on the season which led the conference

 

Centre College

  • Michael Vogt
  • Southern Athletic Association champions; 18-3-1 overall record; won two rounds in DIII national tournament, next match on Saturday 11/23 in Gambier, OH
  • Vogt earned All-SAA 1st Team, 6th on the team in minutes played, one goal, 20 starts

 

University of North Carolina – Charlotte

  • Ryan Burig
  • Conference USA runners-up; 11-3-4 overall record; DI national tournament on Thursday 11/21 in Charlotte, NC
  • Burig did not see action in his freshman season at Charlotte

 

Drake University

  • Austin Smythe
  • Missouri Valley runners-up; 8-9-1 overall record
  • Smythe finished with four goals and two assists, 2nd on the team in goals, 2nd on the team in total points, tied for 1st in assists

 

Indiana University

  • Ian Black
  • Big 10 champions; 14-2-4 overall record; 8th overall rank in DI; DI national tournament on Sunday 11/24 in Bloomington, IN
  • Ian finished with five starts in 10 games played, added three goals and one assist

 

Northern Kentucky University

  • Alex GreiveAlex WillisConnor Probert
  • 7-10-1 overall record; 7th in Horizon League
  • Probert and Greive earned All-Horizon League 2nd Team
  • Greive finished with 15 goals and three assists; tied for 9th in DI total goals
  • Probert finished with five goals and seven assists
  • Willis finished with five goals and five assists

 

Bowling Green State University

  • Charlie Maciejewski
  • MAC tournament runners-up; 13-7-1 overall record
  • Charlie started 20 matches, one goal and four assists; All-MAC 2nd Team

 

New Jersey Institute of Technology

  • Ryan Melink
  • Atlantic Sun Conference champions for first time ever; 10-4-4 overall record; DI national tournament on Thursday 11/21 in Providence, RI
  • Ryan started 17 games and tallied two assists

 

Thomas More University

  • Bryce DayEthan Smith
  • 5-11-1 overall record for first year in NAIA; previously played in DIII
  • Smith led team in goals scored (12) and finished career with 33 goals scored and nine assists
  • Day finished career with 51 career starts, five goals, and four assists

 

Georgia Southern University

  • Azaad Liadi
  • 7-9-2 overall record; 3rd place finish in Sun Belt Conference
  • Azaad earned All-Sun Belt 2nd Team, Sun Belt Newcomer of the Year, 13 starts, 1252 minutes played, three goals and one assist

 

American University

  • Kyle Hellmann
  • Finished with a 3-11-2 overall record; 7th place finish in Patriot League
  • Kyle finished with 16 starts, one goal, and 4th on team in minutes played

 

University of Notre Dame

  • Keagan McLaughlin
  • 10-7-1 overall record; DI national tournament on Thursday 11/21 in Notre Dame, IN
  • Keagan had three starts and 270 minutes played, made five saves, three shutouts, 1.00 save percentage, and a 3-0-0 record

 

James Madison University

  • Shaun McKennaBrandon Clegg
  • Colonial Athletic Association champions; 11-6-3 overall record; DI national tournament on Thursday 11/21 in Harrisonburg, VA
  • Clegg received All-CAA 2nd Team, 5th on JMU in minutes played, 17 starts and one assist

 

Midwestern State University

  • Koby Sapon-Amoah
  • Lone Star Conference champions; Finished 15-4-0 overall record; 25th overall rank in DII; DII national tournament on Thursday 11/21 in Los Angeles, CA
  • Koby finished his regular season career at MSU with 50 starts in 56 matches, five goals, and one assist

 

University of Charleston

  • Jordi Ramon
  • Mountain East Conference champions; 17-2-1 overall record; 10th overall rank in DII; DII national tournament on Saturday 11/23 in Charleston, WV
  • Jordi earned MEC All-Tournament Team, MEC Defensive Player of the Year, All-MEC 1st Team

 

Transylvania University

  • Cayden Urmston
  • Two games played; 0.00 GAA; medical hardship
  • Transy finished 3rd in HCAC with 10-8-0 overall record

 

BONUS

  • Tendai Jirira
  • Signed by Detroit City FC in NPSL Members Cup
  • DCFC won the inaugural Members Cup with 8-1-1 record

 

The Cincinnati Dutch Lions FC and players thank you for your support during 2019 season and hope to see you out in support this fall. Find us on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and YouTube to keep updated on CDLFC happenings in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas. You can also subscribe to our newsletter to get promotions, breaking news, and more information happening with CDLFC. Contact the Dutch Lions for any questions or appearances or 859-746-5250.

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