Zac Asbury (Thousand Oaks ’17) is averaging over six points per game for Southwestern University. Asbury’s 9 goals and 10 assists have helped the Pirates to a 3-0 start. Asbury was the 2019 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Offensive Player of the Year and was named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Play of the Week earlier this season.
Tufts senior Nick Shanks (St. Margaret’s ’16) started at midfield and began the season with a game-high seven points (3g, 4a) in Saturday’s win over Colby. Shanks is a Pre-Season All-American. Joe Theuer (Loyola ’17) had five saves and Aiden Hesse (Loyola ’18 was 7/12) at the dot.
Kevin Groeninger (St. Margaret’s ’19) continues to run first midfield for Bryant and had 1 goal, 2 assists, 3 ground balls and 1 caused turnover Saturday’s 16-5 win over Manhattan.
A trio of San Diegans are making regular contributions for Michigan. Peter Hollens (Torrey Pines ’14), Freshman Oliver Mirer (Cathedral Catholic ’19), and senior Christian Ford (Bishop’s ’16) have all appeared in five games for the Wolverines. Hollens continues to impress in his post-MCLA career at Michigan and has recorded two caused turnovers. Mirer has 3gb and 3 cto to his credit, Ford has 4g, 1a, 3 gb.
Ford’s brother, Jonathon Ford is a freshman at Notre Dame where he has played in one game in which he picked up two groundballs.
Matthew Beddow (St. Augustine ’19) had 3 groundballs and 4 caused turnovers to help No. 5 Tampa defeat North Greenville 16-5 on Saturday.
Anthony Demaio (Coronado ’16) raised his season point total to 19 in five games with a goal against Notre Dame.
Ryan Hastings (Bishop’s 16) scored a goal on Saturday to help Duke defeat Furman.
Short stick defensive midfielders Spenser Small (Torrey Pines ’16) and Jonathon Partamian (Loyola ’16) helped Syracuse defeat Binghamton.
Defenseman Jordan Pakzad (Corona del Mar ’17) has appeared in all three games for Rutgers.
Jason Brewster (Valley Center ’16) had 2gb and 1 cto in UMBC’s 13-6 win over Sacred Heart on Saturday. Justin Barragan (Great Oak ’17) had 1 gb and Nick Doyle (Cathedral Catholic ’17 had 2 gb for the Retrievers.
Logan Soelberg (Crespi ’19) has seen action in three games for Yale and recorded 1g, 1a, 1gb, 1cto.
Andy Shin (St. Margaret’s ’18) took some timeout from his mechanical engineering studies at MIT to knock in a pair of goals against Rensselaer on Saturday.
Former club teammates Quinnlyn Mason (Aliso Niguel ’18) and Cailin Young (St. Margaret’s ’18) were opponents when SDSU defeated Cal 16-11. Mason had four goals for the Bears but still found time for a post-game reunion with Young who had two goals and six draw control (picture above). Maryn Macha (Mission Viejo ’16) started on defense for Cal.
Adena Rothbard (Newport Harbor ’18) had a groundball while playing for the University of New Hampshire against Fairfield on Saturday.
Maddie Barkate (St. Margaret’s ’19) started in the midfield and scored a goal and an assist in Harvard’s loss to Cornell on Friday.
Niki Miles (St. Margaret’s ’19) drew her fourth consecutive start for Penn on Friday and scored a goal against Yale.
Cal senior attackman Jake Pistotnik (Sierra Canyon ’16) earned the MCLA Division I Dominant Performance of the Week presented by Warrior for the period ending Feb. 23. Pistotnik scored six goals and an assist to help Cal took down Chapman 16-12.
Connor Reed (Aliso Niguel ’16) made the Warrior Honor Roll for picking up 19 groundballs in two games.
Concordia goalie Tyler Schweikert (Beckman ’17) earned MCLA Division I PEARL Goalie of the Week honors for the period ending Feb. 23 after rejecting 33 shots at a 68.8 save percentage in two games against Clemson and UCSB.
Nicholas Parrino (No. 38, Santa Margarita ’18), Chase Anderson (Servite ’18, No. 1), and Kyle Cartwright (Servite ’18, No. 8) just completed a road trip to Western Michigan, Florida State, and Auburn with TCU. Parrino posted 2 assists and 5 groundballs, Anderson had 10 assists and 2 groundballs, and Cartwright finished the weekend with 3 goals, 4 assists, and 3 groundballs.