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Wednesday proved a great day for PDL Players to Watch in NCAA DII, with big performances from several players.
Leading the way was South Georgia Tormenta FC midfielder Charlie Dennis, who got on the board twice in a big win for Palm Beach Atlantic over Nova Southeastern. Also getting on the board, and tallying an assist as well, was FC Tucson midfielder Moshe Perez as he contributed in a big way to Colorado Mesa's 6-0 victory over Westminster. Finally, Reading United AC forward Marco Micaletto recorded a goal in Young Harris' 3-1 win against Carson-Newman.
In NCAA DI action, SIMA Aguilas midfielder Rafael Santos snatched a goal in a big win for Virginia Commonwealth, 4-0 over Saint Louis. Elsewhere, Oklahoma City Energy U23 forward Julio Moncada also found the score sheet for UNC Wilmington, scoring the only goal in a tough 2-1 loss against College of Charleston.
Sean Caulfield did not play in Indiana's 2-0 win vs. Kentucky.
Jad Arslan started and played 73 minutes in West Virginia's 1-0 win vs. Michigan State.
Ken Krolicki started and played 81 minutes in Michigan State's 1-0 loss vs. West Virginia.
Ryan Sierakowski started and played 86 minutes in Michigan State's 1-0 loss vs. West Virginia.
Julio Moncada subbed-in, played 25 minutes and provided ONE GOAL in UNC Wilmington's 2-1 loss vs. College of Charleston.
Afonso Pinheiro started and played 84 minutes in Albany's 2-1 loss vs. New Hampshire.
Thor Arne Hoefs started and played 90 minutes in George Washington's 5-3 loss vs. La Salle.
Ignacio Tellechea started and played 80 minutes in UC Santa Barbara's 3-0 loss vs. UC Davis.
Rafael Santos started, played 58 minutes and provided ONE GOAL in Virginia Commonwealth's 4-0 win vs. Saint Louis.
Ismael Noumansana subbed-in and played 52 minutes in Lenoir-Rhyne's 4-3 win vs. Catawba.
Moshe Perez started, played 75 minutes and provided ONE GOAL and ONE ASSIST in Colorado Mesa's 6-0 win vs. Westminster.
Charlie Dennis started, played 79 minutes and provided TWO GOALS in Palm Beach Atlantic's 4-0 win vs. Nova Southeastern.
Andre De Giorgi started and played 101 minutes in Adelphi's 0-0 draw vs. Southern Connecticut State.
Marco Micaletto started, played 79 minutes and provided ONE GOAL in Young Harris' 3-1 win vs. Carson-Newman.