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Timbers on Campus: Week of Nov. 15, 2015

The 2015 NCAA men’s soccer regular season has concluded with many teams entering the postseason chase for an NCAA College Cup Championship. Portland Timbers Academy alumni feature on six teams that earned a playoff berth in the NCAA Tournament.

Ten Timbers Academy alumni are featured in the NCAA Tournament, including Foster Langsdorf and Sam Werner (Stanford),  Anthony Macchione, Niko De Vera and Jesse Garcia-Aguilar (Akron), Peter Prescott and Stefan Wutte (Creighton), Edson Martinez (Georgetown), Gen Kimura (Santa Clara) and Collin Partee (Utah Valley).

Four of the six teams earned a first-round bye in NCAA Tournament play including No. 3-seed Georgetown, No. 4-seed Akron, No. 8-seed Stanford and No. 12-seed Creighton.

Last week saw numerous teams with Timbers Academy alumni clinch conference championships with Stanford (Pac-12), Georgetown (Big East) and Akron (Mid-American) all claiming outright titles while Santa Clara earned a share of the West Coast Conference (WCC) championship following a 3-0 win against San Diego.

In the upcoming week, Partee and Utah Valley face SMU while Kimura and Santa Clara will take on CSU Fullerton in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Nov. 19.

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): Concordia University has completed their 2015 season. 
(Season Totals: GP: 4 GS: 2 SV: 8 GA: 4 SHO: 1)

Abdiel Morfin (Jr., D – Concordia University): Concordia University has completed their 2015 season.
(Season Totals: GP: 1 GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Mitch North (Jr., GK – Sonoma State): Sonoma State has completed their 2015 season. 
(Season Totals: GP: 19 GS: 19 SV: 90 GA: 21 SHO: 7)

James Nosack (Jr., M – Univ. of Washington): Did not see action in the Huskies’ match against Oregon State (11/12) to conclude the 2015 regular season.   
(Season Totals: GP: 5 GS: 4 SH: 1 SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Stefan Wutte (Jr., D – Creighton University): Did not see action in the No. 12-seeded Bluejays’ 2-1 double-overtime loss in the Big East Championship match against No. 3-seeded Georgetown or the win over Providence (11/12) in the Big East semifinals.
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Timur Zhividze (Jr., F – Corban University): Did not see action in Corban’s match against University of Great Falls (Mont.) (11/12) or Northwest University (Wash.) (11/11) in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.                                                               
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Niko De Vera (So., D – University of Akron): Logged nine minutes as a substitute in the No. 4-seeded Zips’ 1-0 win over Buffalo to win the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Championship match (11/15); did not see action in the semifinal match against West Virginia (11/13).
(Season Totals: GP: 15 GS: 6 SH: 5 SOG: 3 G: -- A: 1)

Jesse Garcia-Aguilar (So., M – University of Akron): Did not see action in the No. 4-seeded Zips’ 1-0 win over Buffalo to win the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Championship match (11/15) or the semifinal match against West Virginia (11/13).
(Season Totals: GP: 12 GS: 2 SH: 2 SOG: 2 G: -- A: --)

Issa Hassan (So., M – Evergreen State College): Recorded three shots, including one on goal, and converted a penalty kick in 110 minutes as a starter in Evergreen’s 1 (4)-1(3) loss to Rocky Mountain College (11/12); registered one shot on goal in 56 minutes as a starter in a 3-0 win over Carroll College (Mont.) (11/11).
(Season Totals: GP: 18 GS: 17 SH: 27 SOG: 10 G: 3 A: 5)

Octavio Hermosillo (So., M – Clark College): Clark College has completed their 2015 season. 
(Season Totals: GP: 5 GS: 4 SH: 2 SOG: 2 G: 2 A: 2)

Foster Langsdorf (So., F – Stanford University): Started and played 71 minutes in the No. 8-seeded Cardinal 1-0 win over No. 23 California to win the Pac-12 championship title (11/12).
(Season Totals: GP: 18 GS: 17 SH: 31 SOG: 16 G: 6 A: 2)

Anthony Macchione (So., F – University of Akron): Did not see action in the No. 4-seeded Zips’ 1-0 win over Buffalo to win the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Championship match (11/15) or the semifinal match against West Virginia (11/13).
(Season Totals: GP: 12 GS: -- SH: 7 SOG: 5 G: 2 A: --)

Collin Partee (So., GK – Utah Valley): Registered three saves in 90 minutes in Utah Valley’s 5-4 overtime loss on penalty kicks against No. 15-ranked Seattle University in the WAC Championship match; recorded his fifth shutout of the regular season in a 1-0 win over the University of Nevada (11/13).
(Season Totals: GP: 16 GS: 16 SV: 36 GA: 16 SHO: 5)

Alex Segovia (So., M – Oregon State University): Did not see action in the Beavers’ match against Washington (11/12). 
(Season Totals: GP: 11 GS: 5 SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Sam Werner (So., M – Stanford University): Tallied his second straight goal in 79 minutes as a starter in the No. 8-seed Cardinal’s 1-0 win over No. 23-ranked California to win the Pac-12 championship title (11/12). 
(Season Totals: GP: 16 GS: 7 SH: 11 SOG: 5 G: 2 A: 1)

Ben White (So., D – Gonzaga University): Tallied his fourth goal of the regular season and three shots in 92 minutes as a starter in a 3-2 win over Pacific (11/14). 
(Season Totals: GP: 17 GS: 17 SH: 28 SOG: 11 G: 4 A: 1)

Reid Baez (Fr., M – University of Portland): Played 83 minutes as a starter in Portland’s 2-0 loss to Saint Mary’s (11/14).
(Season Totals: GP: 16 GS: 9 SH: 7 SOG: 1 G: -- A: --)

Nick Ballenger (Fr., D – Oregon State University): Did not see action in the Beavers’ match against Washington (11/12). 
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

John Chambers (Fr., D – Oregon State University): Did not see action in the Beavers’ match against Washington (11/12). 
(Season Totals: GP: 3 GS: 3 SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Davis Chimento (Fr., F – Oral Roberts University): Tallied the equalizing goal in 49 minutes as a substitute in Oral Roberts’ 2-1 double overtime win against Omaha in the Summit League semifinal match (11/12).
(Season Totals: GP: 12 GS: 2 SH: 12 SOG: 6 G: 2 A: --)

Toby Holstein (Fr., GK – Gonzaga University): Did not see action in Gonzaga’s match against Pacific (11/14).    
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Jacob Kempf (Fr., M – Gonzaga University): Logged 40 minutes as a substitute in Gonzaga’s 3-2 overtime win against Pacific (11/14).
(Season Totals: GP: 16 GS: 11 SH: 15 SOG: 6 G: -- A: 2)

Elijah Kilmer (Fr., D – Navy): Navy has completed their 2015 season. 
(Season Totals: GP: 18 GS: 4 SH: 1 SOG: -- G: -- A: 1)

Gen Kimura (Fr., D – Santa Clara): Did not see action in Santa Clara’s 3-0 win over San Diego to earn a share of the West Coast Conference Championship title (11/14).
(Season Totals: GP: -- GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Trent Lowe (Fr., M – Concordia University): Concordia University has completed their 2015 season. 
(Season Totals: GP: 3 GS: 3 SH: 1 SOG: 1 G: -- A: --)

Tevin Lowe (Fr., M – Concordia University): Concordia has completed their 2015 season. 
(Season Totals: GP: 17 GS: 8 SH: 2 SOG: 1 G: -- A: --)

Edson Martinez (Fr., D – Georgetown University): Did not see action in the No. 3-seed Hoyas’ 2-1 double overtime win over No. 6 ranked Creighton in the Big East Championship match (11/15) or 1-0 win over Xavier in the Big East semifinals (11/12).
(Season Totals: GP: 5 GS: -- SH: -- SOG: -- G: -- A: --)

Peter Prescott (Fr., D – Creighton University): Recorded one shot in 91 minutes as a substitute in the No. 12-seed Bluejays’ 2-1 double overtime loss to No. 3-ranked Georgetown in the Big East Championship match (11/15); logged 59 minutes as a substitute in the 2-1 win over Providence in the Big East semifinals (11/12). 
(Season Totals: GP: 16 GS: -- SH: 9 SOG: 4 G: 1 A: --)

Austin Sandel (Fr., D – IUPUI): IUPUI has completed their 2015 season. 
(Season Totals: GP: 4 GS: 4 SH: 1 SOG: 1 G: -- A: --)

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