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Thursday proved fruitful for PDL Players to Watch in NCAA DII, with five-out-of-five players finding the score sheet.
Leading the way was FA Euro midfielder Charlie Ledula. After subbing on midway through the first half, Ledula scored every one of LIU Post's goals on the night, earning a hat-trick in a 3-0 win over Philadelphia. One of those three goals came with an assist from Jersey Express midfielder Harry Pearse.
Elsewhere, Fresno Fuego midfielder Joey Chica also contributed to all of his team's goals, as he scored one himself and assisted on two others in Cal Baptist's 3-1 win over Chaminade. Finally, Sounders FC U23 midfielder Adam Jones and Calgary Foothills FC midfielder Kyle Jones each recorded an assist in Simon Fraser's 3-0 win against Concordia.
In NCAA DI, FC Golden State Force forward Jose Carrera-Garcia was involved in both of California's goals, as the Golden Bears received two assists from him en route to a 2-0 win against Oregon State. Burlingame Dragons forward Tomas Hilliard also tallied an assist on Stanford's only goal of the night in a 1-1 draw with Washington.
Joshua Morton started and played 90 minutes in California's 2-0 win vs. Oregon State.
Jose Carrera-Garcia started, played 90 minutes and provided TWO ASSISTS in California's 2-0 win vs. Oregon State.
Corey Baird started and played 89 minutes in Stanford's 1-1 draw vs. Washington.
Tomas Hilliard started, played 109 minutes and provided ONE ASSIST in Stanford's 1-1 draw vs. Washington.
Foster Langsdorf started and played 100 minutes in Stanford's 1-1 draw vs. Washington.
Charlie Ledula subbed-in, played 56 minutes and provided THREE GOALS in LIU Post's 3-1 win vs. Philadelphia.
Harry Pearse started, played 90 minutes and provided ONE ASSIST in LIU Post's 3-1 win vs. Philadelphia.
Joey Chica started, played 70 minutes and provided ONE GOAL and TWO ASSISTS in Cal Baptist's 3-1 win vs. Chaminade.
Adam Jones started, played 77 minutes and provided ONE ASSIST in Simon Fraser's 3-0 win vs. Concordia.
Kyle Jones started, played 90 minutes and provided ONE ASSIST in Simon Fraser's 3-0 win vs. Concordia.