College Roundup: Week 4

Koa Todd (St. Margaret’s ’19) received student-athlete of the week honors at the University of Utah. Todd has appeared in four games this season. Reuben Santana (Santiago, 18) has started six games for the Utes and scored 2g. Tyler Bradbury (Oak Park, ’19) has appeared in four games including a start against Air Force. Branden Wilson (San Clemente ’18) has started five games and has 5g, 1a on the season.

Kevin Groeninger (St. Margaret’s ’19) had 1 goal and 2 assists in Bryant’s victory over Stonybrook bringing his season totals to 6 goals 5 assists in Bryant’s six games.

AJ Switzer (Trabuco Hills, 19) had a pair of hat tricks this week to help the Colorado Mesa Mavericks run their perfect record to 7-0. fueled in large part by Southern Californians. Two other former Mavericks also chipped in. Holden Evans scored a goal against Rockhurst on Sunday. Colin Seedorf was 4/7 at the dot over the two games the Mavericks played this week.

Tufts senior Nick Shanks (St. Margaret’s ’16) is starting at midfield and has helped the Jumbos to a 3-0 start with 3 goals and 3 assists in each of the 3 games. Joe Theuer (Loyola ’17) has five saves in each of the three games and Aiden Hesse (Loyola ’18) is 18/33 at the dot with an assist and 14 groundballs.

Peter Hollens (Torrey Pines ’14), Oliver Mirer (Cathedral Catholic ’19), and Christian Ford (Bishop’s ’16) all appeared for Michigan in Saturday’s Pacific Coast Shootout at Orange Coast College.

JJ Silstrop (La Costa Canyon ’19) started at attack and scored a goal to help Denver defeat Notre Dame. Jonathon Ford (Bishop’s 19) made an appearance for Notre Dame.

Dartmouth senior defenseman James Sullivan (Westlake, ’16) started in Dartmouths win over UMass Lowell on Saturday and had 2 gbs. Mitch Myers (St. John Bosco ’19) was 11/18 at the dot with 8 gbs.

Andrew Maita (St. Margaret’s ’18) has appeared in all five games for Washington and Lee and has 4 gbs to his credit.

Mackenzie Wallevand (Mater Dei ’17) helped Denver improve to 5-0 with with a goal against Fresno State on Thursday and another one against Fairfield on Sunday. Wallevand has appeared in all five games this season.

Quinnlyn Mason (Aliso Niguel ’18) added five points to her season total as Cal opened Pac-12 play this week. Maryn Macha (Mission Viejo ’16) started on defense both games and recorded 3gb, 1cto. Marissa Kuberra (Torrey Pines ’17) had a hat trick and an assist in the ASU game.

Camdyn O’Donnell (Poway ’19) had 3g, 1a to help push SDSU over the .500 mark (3-2) with 3g, 1a against George Mason on Saturday. Cailin Young (St. Margaret’s ’18) had 8 draw controls and an assist.

Cameron Manor (St. Margaret’s ’17) has started all seven games for undefeated Army (7-0). She has 12g, 3a so far this season.

Tess Keiser (Mater Dei ’19) has appeared in seven games for Arizona State. She scored her third goal of the season against Cal. Kylie Kroeger (Mission Bay ’17) has 3g, 6a points for the Sun Devils this season

Maddie Barkate (St. Margaret’s ’19) scored a goal to help Harvard (3-3) defeat Villanova on Saturday. 

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.