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NCAA DI and DII: Thursday PDL Players Recap

09/29/2017, 9:00am EDT
By Colton Coreschi - colton.coreschi@uslsoccer.com

San Francisco City FC's Langsdorf helped power Stanford to a huge win

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It was a strong Thursday night for PDL players in NCAA DI, with five of seven in action winding up on the score sheet.

In the Stanford Cardinal's 5-0 win over San Diego State, both San Francisco City FC forward Foster Langsdorf and Burlingame Dragons midfielder Corey Baird contributed to their team's victory. Langsdorf had the biggest night, scoring two goals and recording an assist, while Baird added a goal and an assist of his own. Baird's Dragons teammate Tomas Hilliard was also involved in the Cardinal victory.

UC Santa Barbara also won big, 5-2 over Cal State Fullerton, with a good deal of help from Ocean City Nor'easters forward Ignacio Tellechea. The highly-productive forward notched his team-leading fourth goal of the season, and gathered his first assist of the year as well.

Finally, Dragons defender Joshua Morton contributed on the offensive end, with an assist in Cal's 2-0 win against UCLA. FC Tucson forward Daniel Musovski also helped his team, as he had a goal in UNLV's 3-1 win over Houston Baptist.

THURSDAY

NCAA DI

Corey Baird started, played 62 minutes and provided ONE GOAL and ONE ASSIST in Stanford's 5-0 win vs. San Diego State.

Tomas Hilliard started and played 90 minutes in Stanford's 5-0 win vs. San Diego State.

Foster Langsdorf started, played 72 minutes and provided TWO GOALS and ONE ASSIST in Stanford's 5-0 win vs. San Diego State.

Ignacio Tellechea started, played  minutes and provided ONE GOAL and ONE ASSIST in UC Santa Barbara's 5-2 win vs. Cal State Fullerton.

Joshua Morton started, played 90 minutes and provided ONE ASSIST in California's 2-0 win vs. UCLA.

Jose Carrera-Garcia started and played 90 minutes in California's 2-0 win vs. UCLA.

Daniel Musovski started, played  minutes and provided ONE GOAL in UNLV's 3-1 win vs. Houston Baptist.

NCAA DII

Adam Jones did not play in Simon Fraser's 3-2 loss vs. Concordia.

Kyle Jones subbed-on and played 45 minutes in Simon Fraser's 3-2 loss vs. Concordia.


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