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NCAA DI Tournament: Round of 16 Recap

11/28/2017, 9:30am EST
By COLTON CORESCHI - colton.coreschi@uslsoccer.com

Wake Forest, Stanford keep title hopes alive while Duke falls

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The favorites romped through the NCAA DI Tournament Round of 16, winning seven of the eight matches over Thanksgiving weekend.

Wake Forest continued to roll, with Carolina Dynamo forward Jon Bakero and GPS Portland Phoenix midfielder Emmanuel Twumasi powering the Demon Deacons to a 2-0 victory over Butler to book a spot in the quarterfinals. Similarly, San Francisco City FC forward Foster Langsdorf helped guide Stanford into the quarterfinals as the Cardinal continue to defend their back-to-back titles.

The lone upset of the round came as Fordham continued their Cinderella run to the quarterfinals by defeating the Duke Blue Devils in penalties. Despite the best efforts of New York Red Bull U23 defender Markus Fjortoft and forward Brian White, the Blue Devils fell after a scoreless double-overtime 8-7 in penalties.

(1) Wake Forest 2-0 Butler

Scoring:

  • 52' - Wake Forest - Brandon Servania (Ema Twumasi)
  • 86' - Wake Forest - Jon Bakero (Ema Twumasi)

Brad Dunwell started and played 90 minutes for Wake Forest.

Emmanuel Twumasi started, played 78 minutes and provided TWO ASSISTS for Wake Forest.

Jon Bakero started, played 74 minutes and provided ONE GOAL for Wake Forest.

Eric Dick started and played 90 minutes for Butler.

(2) Indiana 2-1 New Hampshire

Scoring:

  • 10' - Indiana - Cory Thomas (Rece Buckmaster)
  • 65' - Indiana - Francesco Moore
  • 77' - New Hampshire - Jacob Gould (Dante Lamb)

Sean Caulfield did not play for Indiana.

(3) UNC-Chapel Hill 2-0 SMU

Scoring:

  • 50' - UNC-Chapel Hill - Jack Skahan
  • 83' - UNC- Chapel Hill - Jelani Peters (Cam Lindley)

James Pyle started, played 90 minutes and recorded a CLEAN SHEET for UNC-Chapel Hill.

Alec Smir did not play for UNC-Chapel Hill.

Cameron Lindley started, played 90 minutes and provided ONE ASSIST for UNC-Chapel Hill.

Alexander Rose did not play for UNC-Chapel Hill.

Alan Winn started and played 73 minutes for UNC-Chapel Hill.

(4) Louisville 2-0 Colgate

Scoring:

  • 35' - Louisville - Tate Schmitt (Tim Kubel)
  • 41' - Louisville - Walker Andriot (Ziyad Fekri)

Tate Schmitt started, played 85 minutes and provided ONE GOAL for Louisville.

(5) Akron 3-2 Wisconsin (OT)

Scoring:

  • 14' - Akron - Sam Gainford (Pau Belana)
  • 26' - Wisconsin - Mike Catalano (Chris Mueller)
  • 67' -  Akron - Sam Gainford (Manuel Cordeiro)
  • 77' - Wisconsin - Mike Catalano (Chris Mueller)
  • 91' - Akron - Stuart Holthusen (Marcel Zajac)

Joseph Korb did not play for Akron.

Thomas Barlow started and played 87 minutes for Wisconsin.

Chris Mueller started, played 92 minutes and provided TWO ASSISTS for Wisconsin.

(6) Duke (7)2-2(8) Fordham

Scoring:

  • 8' - Duke - Brian White (Max Moser)
  • 51' - Fordham - Jannik Loebe (Bart Dziedzic)
  • 63' - Duke - Matthias Frick (Brian White, Max Moser)
  • 87' - Fordham - Bart Dziedzic

Markus Fjortoft started and played 110 minutes for Duke

Brian White started, played 105 minutes for Duke and provided ONE GOAL and ONE ASSIST.

(7) Michigan State 2-1 (10) Western Michigan

Scoring:

  • 25' - Western Michigan - Pepe Martinez (Jay McIntosh)
  • 43' - Michigan State - Hunter Barone (Giuseppe Barone)
  • 64' - Michigan State - Jimmy Fiscus (John Freitag, Connor Corrigan)

Ken Krolicki started and played 90 minutes for Michigan State.

Ryan Sierakowski started and played 90 minutes for Michigan State.

(9) Stanford 2-0 Coastal Carolina

Scoring:

  • 50' - Stanford - Tanner Beason
  • 90' - Stanford - Foster Langsdorf (Corey Baird, Drew Skundrich)

Corey Baird started, played 75 minutes and provided ONE ASSIST for Stanford.

Tomas Hilliard started and played 90 minutes for Stanford.

Foster Langsdorf started, played 85 minutes and provided ONE GOAL for Stanford.

Frantzdy Pierrot started and played 87 minutes for Coastal Carolina.


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