Sam Werner, Stanford, 10.13.15
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Timbers on Campus: Week of Oct. 11, 2015

With nearly half of the 2015 college men’s soccer regular season behind them, the Portland Timbers Academy players continue to receive national attention with their respective teams as Academy alumni grace seven different NCAA teams who are ranked in the Top 25 teams.

This week, No. 3-ranked Stanford stayed hot with help from two Timbers Academy alums. Sophomore forward Foster Langsdorf continued to showcase his talent, tallying his fourth goal of the 2015 regular season and second in three games to lead the Cardinal in a 3-0 win over Oregon State. Stanford teammate midfielder Sam Werner, also a sophomore, provided an assist on Langsdorf’s goal, his first of the season. Alex Segovia, a sophomore midfielder for the Beavers, played the full 90 in that game against Stanford.

Throughout the season, we will keep fans updated on Timbers Academy alumni who are competing at the collegiate level.

*Listed in order of year in school.

Grant Alcorn (Jr., GK – Concordia University): Did not see action in match against Simon Frasier University (10/10) or Western Washington University (10/8).
(Season Totals: GP: 2 GS: -- SV: 2 GA: 1 SHO: --)

Abdiel Morfin (Jr., D – Concordia University): Did not see action in match against Simon Frasier University (10/10) or Western Washington University (10/8).
(Season Totals: GP: 1 GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Mitch North (Jr., GK – Sonoma State): Registered his fifth shutout of the 2015 season, recording six saves in 90 minutes as a starter in Sonoma State’s 2-0 win against Academy of Art (10/9); made four saves in a 1-0 loss to Notre Dame De Namur (10/7).
(Season Totals: GP: 12 GS: 12 SV: 53 GA: 10 SHO: 5)

James Nosack (Jr., M – Univ. of Washington): Did not see action in the No. 17-ranked Huskies’ match against California (10/11) or No. 3-ranked Stanford (10/9).
(Season Totals: GP: 5 GS: 4 SH: 1 SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Stefan Wutte (Jr., D – Creighton University): Did not see action in No. 1-ranked Creighton’s match against St. Johns (10/10) or Drake (10/6).
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Timur Zhividze (Jr., F – Corban University): Did not see action in Corban’s match against Rocky Mountain College (10/10) or College of Idaho (10/9). 
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Niko De Vera (So., D – University of Akron): Logged 38 minutes as a substitute in the No. 8-ranked Zips’ 2-1 win against Buffalo (10/9); recorded two shots, including one on goal, in 6 minutes as a substitute in a 2-0 win over Santa Clara (10/6).
(Season Totals: GP: 9 GS: 5 SH: 4 SOG: 2 G: -- A: --)

Jesse Garcia-Aguilar (So., M – University of Akron): Did not see action in the No. 8-ranked Zips’ 2-1 win over Buffalo (10/9); logged 7 minutes as a substitute in a 2-0 win against Santa Clara (10/6).
(Season Totals: GP: 7 GS: 2 SH: 1 SOG: 1 G: -- A: --)

Issa Hassan (So., M – Evergreen State College): Registered two shots in 90 minutes as a starter in Evergreen’s 4-0 win against Oregon Tech (10/10); started and played 87 minutes in a 2-0 win over Southern Oregon (10/9).
(Season Totals: GP: 10 GS: 9 SH: 19 SOG: 8 G: 3 A: 4)

Octavio Hermosillo (So., M – Clark College): Did not see action against Southwestern Oregon (10/10) or Portland College (10/7).
(Season Totals: GP: 5 GS: 4 SH: 2 SOG: 2 G: 2 A: 2)

Foster Langsdorf (So., F – Stanford University): Tallied his fourth goal of the 2015 regular season while registering five shots, including two on goal, as a starter in the No. 3-ranked Cardinal 3-0 win against Oregon State (10/11); recorded four shots, including three on goal, in 96 minutes as a starter in a scoreless double-overtime draw with the No. 17-ranked Washington (10/9).
(Season Totals: GP: 11 GS: 11 SH: 27 SOG: 13 G: 4 A: 1)

Anthony Macchione (So., F – University of Akron): Logged 20 minutes as a substitute in the No. 8-ranked Zips’ 2-1 win against Buffalo (10/9); did not see action in the match against Santa Clara (10/6).
(Season Totals: GP: 9 GS: -- SH: 7 SOG: 5 G: 2 A: --)

Collin Partee (So., GK – Utah Valley): Did not see action in the No. 23-ranked Utah Valley’s 2-1 loss against Houston Baptist (10/11) or 1-0 win over University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (10/9).
(Season Totals: GP: 8 GS: 8 SV: 21 GA: 6 SHO: 3)

Alex Segovia (So., M – Oregon State University): Started and played 90 minutes in the Beaver’s 3-0 loss to No. 3-ranked Stanford (10/11); logged 110 minutes as a starter in a 2-2 double overtime draw with California (10/9).
(Season Totals: GP: 9 GS: 4 SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Sam Werner (So., M – Stanford University): Tallied his first assist of the 2015 regular season while registering three shots, including two on goal, in the No. 3-ranked Cardinal 3-0 win against Oregon State (10/11); started and played 60 minutes in a scoreless double-overtime draw with the No. 17-ranked Washington (10/9).
(Season Totals: GP: 10 GS: 4 SH: 6 SOG: 3 G: -- A: 1)

Ben White (So., D – Gonzaga University): Recorded two shots in 90 minutes as a starter in Gonzaga’s 2-1 win over Portland (10/11).
(Season Totals: GP: 12 GS: 12 SH: 19 SOG: 7 G: 3 A: 1)

Reid Baez (Fr., M – University of Portland): Started and played 87 minutes in a 2-1 loss to Gonzaga (10/11); registered one shot as a starter in a 3-2 loss against No. 10-ranked Virginia (10/5).
(Season Totals: GP: 9 GS: 4 SH: 5 SOG: 1 G: -- A: --)

Nick Ballenger (Fr., D – Oregon State University): Did not see action in the Beaver’s match against Stanford (10/11) or California (10/9). 
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

John Chambers (Fr., D – Oregon State University): Did not see action in the Beaver’s match against California (10/9). 
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Davis Chimento (Fr., F – Oral Roberts University): Registered one shot in 39 minutes as a substitute in the Golden Eagles’ 1-0 loss to Denver (10/10); recorded five shots, including one on goal, in 57 minutes as a substitute in a scoreless, double overtime draw with Central Arkansas (10/6).
(Season Totals: GP: 6 GS: 2 SH: 9 SOG: 4 G: -- A: --)

Toby Holstein (Fr., GK – Gonzaga University): Did not see action in match against Portland (10/11).
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Jacob Kempf (Fr., M – Gonzaga University): Recorded three shots, including one on goal, in 58 minutes as a starter in Gonzaga’s 2-1 win over Portland (10/11). 
(Season Totals: GP: 12 GS: 10 SH: 13 SOG: 5 G: -- A: 2)

Elijah Kilmer (Fr., D – Navy): Logged 22 minutes as a substitute in the Midshipmen’s 1-0 win against Holy Cross (10/10); tallied an assist in 21 minutes as a substitute in a 3-1 win over Lehigh (10/7).
(Season Totals: GP: 11 GS: 1 SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: 1)

Gen Kimura (Fr., D – Santa Clara): Did not see action in match against the University of San Francisco (10/11) or No. 8-ranked Akron (10/6).
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Trent Lowe (Fr., M – Concordia University): Did not see action in match against Simon Frasier University (10/10) or Western Washington University (10/8).
(Season Totals: GP: 3 GS: 3 SH: 1 SOG: 1 G: -- A: --)

Tevin Lowe (Fr., M – Concordia University): Played 43 minutes as a substitute in Concordia’s scoreless, double overtime draw against Simon Frasier University (10/10); logged 75 minutes as a substitute in a 3-3 double overtime draw against Western Washington University (10/8).
(Season Totals: GP: 10 GS: 7 SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Edson Martinez (Fr., D – Georgetown University): Did not see action in the No. 12-ranked Hoyas’ win over No. 21-ranked Butler (10/10).
(Season Totals: GP: 4 GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Peter Prescott (Fr., D – Creighton University): Recorded one shot on goal in 19 minutes as a substitute in the No. 1-ranked Bluejays’ 2-1 win over St. Johns (10/10); did not see action in Creighton’s match against Drake (10/6).
(Season Totals: GP: 9 GS: -- SH: 6 SOG: 3 G: -- A: --)

Austin Sandel (Fr., D – IUPUI): Did not see action in the match against Bowling Green (10/10) or Indiana (10/7).
(Season Totals: GP: 4 GS: 4 SH: 1 SOG: 1 G: -- A: --)

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