WEEK 10 2022 RUNDOWN- Eclipse Select Alumni
It comes as no surprise to us that our alumni had another stellar week of play across the collegiate landscape. An outstanding performance from the weekend coming from sophomore Korbin Albert (SO/Grayslake, IL.) who tallied 3 goals and 1 assist for the Irish in their wins against both Virginia Tech & Wake Forest, maintaining their tie for first place in the ACC and earning the ACC Offensive Player of the Week Award.
Stop us if you’ve heard this before. @Korbinalbert2 free-kick goal!
ND 2 – Wake Forest 0 | 67′#GoIrish ☘️ pic.twitter.com/0zEFhuTGF0
— ND Women’s Soccer (@NDSoccer) October 23, 2022
Erin Oleksak (SR/Palatine, IL.) added 2 more goals & 1 assist to her record in Marian’s 6-0 win over Goshen College, and was named the Crossroads League Offensive Player of the Week for her performance this past week. Liz Bretchel (SR/Joliet, IL.) scored her fourth goal of the season in a 1-1 tie against Valparaiso. Kennedy Berschel (JR/ Bensenville, IL.) buried a penalty kick goal in the Illini’s 2-2 tie versus Minnesota. Emma Phillips (SO/Munster, IN.) tallied another header goal in the Wildcats’ 2-0 win over Ohio State. Ainsley Ahmadian (SO/Naperville, IL.) found the back of the net for Harvard to pull out a 3-2 win over Princeton. Morgan Fagan (SO/Glencoe, IL.) scored her sixth goal of the season for the Terriers in their 3-1 win over Loyola Maryland. Molly O’Rear (FR/Naperville, Il.) tallied another goal for Valparaiso in their 4-1 win against Indiana State, earning the Beacon’s the title of MVC Champions. Xcaret Pineda (FR/Bolingbrook, IL.) scored her second goal of the season in the Cowgirls match versus Texas.
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— Northwestern Soccer (@NUWSoccer) October 23, 2022
Morgan making magic! #GoBU
Watch on ESPN+: https://t.co/In6NNDnb4z@ESPN | @PatriotLeagueTV pic.twitter.com/KXApa5n6vA
— BU Women’s Soccer (@TerrierWSOC) October 22, 2022
Scout Murray (FR/Chicago, IL.) found her third assist of the season in the Bobcats 3-2 win against Western Michigan. Nicole Doucette (JR/Lake Bluff, IL.) tallied a second assist for the season in the Wildcats match versus Iowa. An assist from Jack Finnegan (JR/Hometown, IL.) helped to push the Badgers past Northwestern with a final score of 1-0. Kiera Fullick (JR/ Orland Park, IL.) found her first assist of the season in Brown’s 11-0 win over Stonehill. Gabbie Cesarone (SR/St.Charles, IL.) added 2 more assists to her record in the Gophers 2-0 win over Purdue. A big assist from Hannah Bebar (SO/Naperville,IL.) helped to push Harvard past Princeton with a final score of 3-2. Laura Butler (SO/Chicago,IL.) found her sixth assist of the season for the Mines’ in a 4-0 win against CSU Pueblo. A Jenna Stayart (FR/Cary Grove, IL.) assist late in the match helped the Vols to come out victorious over Auburn with a final score of 1-0.
Jack Finnegan wins the ball back and serves it on a platter back post. #8 is there to bury it in the back if the net. pic.twitter.com/nLW5V15mSr
— Wisconsin Soccer (@BadgerMSoccer) October 23, 2022
77′ | Harvard 3 Princeton 2
Ainsley Ahmadian comes in clutch again! The sophomore puts Harvard in the lead with 12 minutes to play! #GoCrimson | #OneCrimson pic.twitter.com/BzMi1GGQQT
— Harvard Women’s Soccer (@Harvard_WSoccer) October 22, 2022
Alumni Alexander Gomez was selected as the first pick of the 2022 Major Arena Soccer League Pro Player Combine Draft over the weekend to the Tacoma Stars. Gandhi Cruz (SO/Aurora, IL.) came up big for the Blue Demons in their 1-0 win over Marquette, tallying 5 saves and another shutout. Efforts from Zivana Labovic (JR/Schererville, IN.) and the Spartans lead Michigan State to going undefeated in the Big Ten regular season and earning the Championship title for the first time in program history.
Over 95 Eclipse Select Soccer Club alumni, both male and female, are rostered across every level of college soccer at Division I, II, III, and NAIA. There are 28 alumni designated as freshmen entering their first year of college. The remaining includes 34 sophomores, 20 juniors, 8 seniors, and three graduate students with an additional year of eligibility.