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The midfielder, who scored two goals and provided five assists in nine games for the Carolina Dynamo during the 2016 PDL regular season, netted a hat trick to lead Charlotte to a 5-0 win vs. UAB on Saturday. Bronico was also active in his program's 0-0 tie against No. 23 Virginia Tech, attempting three shots – two on goal.
The senior from High Point, North Carolina, now has six goals and four assists this college campaign.
Macauley King shined in two games for Young Harris College, leading his program to two important wins.
The sophomore defender scored two goals and provided one assist in Young Harris' 4-1 win vs. Clayton State, and he then helped his program secure a shutout win against Francis Marion.
The senior midfielder, who played for the Sounders FC U23 in 2016, netted the second goal in New Hampshire's 2-1 win against No. 14 Massachusetts-Lowell on Friday.
Wingate now has three goals and seven assists in 15 games played, helping lead New Hampshire to an 11-4 overall record.
Aleksi Pahkasalo continues to tear apart defenses, as he now has 18 goals and three assists in 10 games played this NAIA campaign.
The senior from Vantaa, Finland, scored one goal and provided one assist in No. 19 Lindsey Wilson’s 3-0 win at No. 23 Cumberland on Tuesday, and on Sunday, he recorded a hat trick in his program's 5-0 win at Pikeville.
The junior midfielder from Plymouth, Michigan, scored a goal to help the Spartans record a 2-0 win against Yale on Wednesday, and he then provided an assist in his side's 2-1 victory against Northwestern.
Krolicki, who earned Big Ten All-Freshman Team honors in 2014, now has three goals and two assists this year.
Ryan Scheiderman continues to produce for Quinnipiac.
The senior forward from Brick, New Jersey, provided an assist in his program's 3-1 win vs. Monmouth before assisting another goal in Quinnipiac's 3-2 victory against Siena.
Scheiderman, who played for IMG Academy in 2016, has scored four goals and provided four assists this college campaign.
Danny Musovski was the star man in UNLV's 3-2 win against Air Force.
The junior forward from Henderson, Nevada, recorded two goals, including the game-winner, and one assist in Friday's match. On Sunday, he was a constant attacking threat for UNLV in its 1-0 win vs. Houston Baptist, attempting seven shots.
Musovski, who was named 2015 WAC Offensive Player of the Year, appeared in seven games for Burlingame Dragons FC in 2016, scoring six goals and providing one assist. He has nine goals and four assists this college season.
The 5-foot-9 senior from Coruna, Spain, recorded two assists in his program's 8-0 win vs. USC Aiken and provided the same amount in Pfeiffer’s 5-0 win vs. Emmanuel (Georgia).
Moar has seven goals and 13 assists in the 2016 college campaign.