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NCAA DI, DII, and NAIA: Tuesday PDL Players Recap

09/13/2017, 10:00am EDT
By Colton Coreschi - colton.coreschi@uslsoccer.com

GPS Portland Phoenix's Twumasi lead Wake Forest to victory with two goals

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Tuesday represented a banner day for PDL players and their collegiate teams, with many players contributing to victory for their squads.

Leading the charge was the Wake Forest PDL trio of Carolina Dynamo forward Jon Bakero, Michigan Bucks midfielder Brad Dunwell, and GPS Portland Phoenix midfielder Emmanuel Twumasi.

Bakero and Dunwell assisted all three of the Deamon Deacons goals in their shutout win over Appalachian State, two for the former and one for the latter, but Twumasi stole the show by knocking in two of those goals himself in a standout performance.

They weren't the only one's to contribute however, as a total of eight PDL players scored or assisted on Tuesday in NCAA DI, including game-winners from K-W United FC defender Kamal Miller for Syracuse and Seacoast United Phantoms defender Wyatt Omsberg for Dartmouth.

A pair of NCAA DII players got involved in the action as well. Adelphi and Mississippi Brilla FC forward Andre De Giorgi knocked one in during his team's 3-2 win over Stonehill, while Reading United AC forward Marco Micaletto went 90 minutes in Young Harris' win over Lee.

Finally, in NAIA, a pair of PDL players dominated for John Brown and one lead Oklahoma Wesleyan to a big victory. Charlotte Eagles midfielder Kelvin Omondi knocked in two in John Brown's 5-0 win over Central Baptist, as PDL and collegiate teammate Ryan Williams scored and assisted one each as well. Elsewhere, Ocean City Nor'easters forward Alexander Simovic finished off a goal and provided an assist in Oklahoma Wesleyan's 3-1 win over Southwestern Christian.

TUESDAY

NCAA DI

Andrew Samuels started and played 90 minutes in Maryland's 3-0 win vs. Rutgers.

Jefferson Caldwell started, played 90 minutes, and earned a CLEAN SHEET in Virginia's 2-0 win vs. Marquette.

Sergi Nus started, played 90 minutes, and provided ONE GOAL in Virginia's 2-0 win vs. Marquette.

Kennedy Nwabia did not play in Virginia's 2-0 win vs. Marquette.

Edward Opoku did not play in Virginia's 2-0 win vs. Marquette.

Jon Bakero started, played 50 minutes, and provided TWO ASSISTS in Wake Forest's 3-0 win vs. Appalachian State.

Brad Dunwell started, played 76 minutes, and provided ONE ASSIST in Wake Forest's 3-0 win vs. Appalachian State.

Emmanuel Twumasi started, played 54 minutes, and provided TWO GOALS in Wake Forest's 3-0 win vs. Appalachian State.

Kamal Miller started, played 90 minutes, and provided ONE GOAL in Syracuse's 3-2 win vs. Oregon State.

Mo Adams started and played 90 minutes in Syracuse's 3-2 win vs. Oregon State.

Hugo Delhommelle started, played 86 minutes, and provided ONE ASSIST in Syracuse's 3-2 win vs. Oregon State.

Aaron Molloy started and played 76 minutes in Penn State's 3-0 loss vs. Ohio State.

Eric Dick started, played 90 minutes, and recorded a CLEAN SHEET in Butler's 1-0 win vs. Evansville.

Munir Saleh started, played 90 minutes, and provided ONE ASSIST in UConn's 1-0 win vs. Hofstra.

Wyatt Omsberg started, played 90 minutes, and provided ONE GOAL in Dartmouth's 1-0 win vs. UMass.

Ignacio Tellechea started and played 68 minutes in UC Santa Barbara's 2-1 loss vs. St. John's.

Patrick Nielsen did not play in Cincinnati's 1-1 draw vs. Xavier.

NCAA DII

Andre De Giorgi started, played 80 minutes, and provided ONE GOAL in Adelphi's 3-2 win vs. Stonehill.

Marco Micaletto started and played 90 minutes in Young Harris' 1-0 win vs. Lee.

NAIA

Nikola Fimic started and played 90 minutes in Oklahoma Wesleyan's 3-1 win vs. Southwestern Christian.

Jovan Petrovic started and played 90 minutes in Oklahoma Wesleyan's 3-1 win vs. Southwestern Christian

Alexander Simovic started, played 90 minutes, and provided ONE GOAL  and ONE ASSIST in Oklahoma Wesleyan's 3-1 win vs. Southwestern Christian.

Kelvin Omondi started, played 80 minutes, and provided TWO GOALS in John Brown's 5-0 win vs. Central Baptist.

Ryan Williams started, played 90 minutes, and provided ONE GOAL and ONE ASSIST in John Brown's 5-0 win vs. Central Baptist.


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