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NCAA DI and NAIA: Thursday PDL Players Recap

11/10/2017, 8:30am EST
By COLTON CORESCHI - colton.coreschi@uslsoccer.com

Phantom's Audi Jepson powered Wisconsin Green Bay to the Horizon League semifinals

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Photo by Wisconsin Green Bay Athletics/Mike Roemer

Two PDL Players to Watch scored to power their teams to win on Thursday, as we enter the weekend slate of conference tournament semifinals and finals around the NCAA.

Wisconsin Green Bay advanced through the Horizon League semifinals with a 3-1 win over Detroit Mercy Thursday night. Powering the Phoenix to the crucial victory was Seacoast United Phantoms midfielder Audi Jepson, who scored twice in the 30th and 50th minutes, sandwiching the lone Detroit Mercy goal to earn the win.

Elsewhere, the Stanford Cardinal slipped past highly-ranked Pac-12 opponent California by a narrow 1-0 scoreline. San Francisco City FC forward Foster Langsdorf provided the margin, scoring the lone goal of the match in the 75th minute to cap the two-time defending champion's regular season as the Cardinal's focus now turns towards the NCAA Tournament.

THURSDAY

NCAA DI

Corey Baird started and played 68 minutes in Stanford's 1-0 win vs. California.

Tomas Hilliard started and played 90 minutes in Stanford's 1-0 win vs. California.

Foster Langsdorf started, played 62 minutes and provided ONE GOAL in Stanford's 1-0 win vs. California.

Joshua Morton started and played 90 minutes in California's 1-0 loss vs. Stanford.

Jose Carrera-Garcia started and played 90 minutes in California's 1-0 loss vs. Stanford.

Audi Jepson started, played 78 minutes and provided TWO GOALS in Wisconsin Green Bay's 3-1 win vs. Detroit Mercy.

Elvir Ibisevic did not play in Omaha's 2-0 win vs. Western Illinois.

NAIA

Mutaya Mwape started and played 90 minutes in Lindsey Wilson's 3-2 win vs. Life University.

Mitchell Osmond did not play in Rio Grande's 1-1 shootout loss vs. West Virginia Tech.

Jorge Guinovart started and played 110 minutes in Rio Grande's 1-1 shootout loss vs. West Virginia Tech.


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