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NCAA DI, DII, and NAIA: Wednesday PDL Players Recap

10/19/2017, 9:15am EDT
By Colton Coreschi -

Reading's Marco Micaletto scored twice for Young Harris on Wednesday

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Wednesday proved productive once again for PDL Players to Watch in the collegiate soccer scene, particularly in NCAA DII.

Leading the way was Reading United AC forward Marco Micaletto. Though Young Harris wound up on the wrong end of a 4-3 contest with Clayton State, Micaletto had a night to remember, scoring two goals in his team's effort over 96 minutes of play. The Villages SC midfielder Gabriel Torres also shined in a win for the University of D.C., scoring twice and assisting another in the team's 4-2 win over Roberts Wesleyan. Jersey Express midfielder Harry Pearse also got on the board, scoring once in LIU Post's 3-0 win against Mercy.

Five NCAA DI players also made an impact for their collegiate teams, including two show-stealing goalkeepers. Oklahoma City Energy U23's Eric Dick and Seacoast United PhantomsThor Arne Hoefs both recorded clean sheets in Butler and George Washington's matches respectively, with Butler claiming a scoreless draw against highly-ranked Indiana. Two players got involved in the scoring end of things, as SIMA Aguilas midfielder Rafael Santos notched one in VCU's 4-0 win over George Mason, while FC Tucson defender Aaron Herrera recorded his in a 1-1 draw for New Mexico against UCLA. 

Finally, Ocean City Nor'easters forward Ignacio Tellechea also contributed, notching an assist in UC Santa Barbara's 2-1 win over Sacramento State.



Eric Dick started, played 110 minutes and provided a CLEAN SHEET in Butler's 0-0 draw vs. Indiana.

Sean Caulfield did not play in Indiana's 0-0 draw vs. Butler.

Kamal Miller started and played 90 minutes in Syracuse's 2-1 win vs. Ohio State.

Mohammed Adams started and played 90 minutes in Syracuse's 2-1 win vs. Ohio State.

Hugo Delhommelle started and played 90 minutes in Syracuse's 2-1 win vs. Ohio State.

Patrick Nielsen did not play in Cincinnati's 4-0 win over IPFW.

Rafael Santos started, played 79 minutes and provided ONE GOAL in VCU's 4-0 win vs. George Mason.

Thor Arne Hoefs started, played 90 minutes and provided a CLEAN SHEET in George Washington's 2-0 win vs. Davidson.

Aaron Herrera stated, played 110 minutes and provided ONE GOAL in New Mexico's 1-1 draw vs. UCLA.

Luke Lawrence started and played 51 minutes in New Mexico's 1-1 draw vs. UCLA.

Ignacio Tellechea started, played 63 minutes and provided ONE ASSIST in UC Santa Barbara's 2-1 win vs. Sacramento State.

Benjamin Lundgaard started and played 90 minutes in Virginia Tech's 4-1 loss vs. William & Mary.


Andre De Giorgi subbed-in and played 42 minutes in Adelphi's 2-1 win vs. Saint Rose.

Marco Micaletto started, played 96 minutes and provided TWO GOALS in Young Harris' 4-3 loss vs. Clayton State.

Charlie Ledula subbed-in and played 59 minutes in LIU Post's 3-0 win vs. Mercy.

Harry Pearse started, played 90 minutes and provided ONE GOAL in LIU Post's 3-0 win vs. Mercy.

Ismael Noumansana started and played 85 minutes in Lenoir-Rhyne's 4-0 win vs. Coker.

Gabriel Torres started, played 88 minutes and provided TWO GOALS and ONE ASSIST in University of D.C.'s 4-2 win vs. Roberts Wesleyan.

Jon Ander Ibarrondo subbed-in and played 84 minutes in Wingate's 0-0 draw vs. Catawba.

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