Germantown, WI, September 29, 2014, – FC Wisconsin Alumni finding success across the country at every collegiate level.
Former FC Wisconsin players are continuing to find success across the country at all levels within the college game. The Club has players competing at the NCAA Division I, II, III and NAIA level playing in the best conferences across the nation in the Big East, Big Ten, ACC, Horizon League, A-10 and MVC.
Alex McBride as a ‘Red Shirt’ freshman has become a key member for Marquette starting 5 of the last 6 games. Marquette currently stands at 5-2 and are ranked 17th in the country. McBride has chipped in with a goal and an assist this season. Driton Zyteja, another ‘Red Shirt’ freshman has also seen action in 3 games so far season.
Nick Moon and Reid Stevenson as freshman have both cemented themselves as key starters for the UWM Panthers. Both have started all 9 games, scoring two goals and adding 1 assist a piece this season. Both Moon and Stevenson have combined for 4 of the 9 goals scored by UWM this season and rank 2nd in goals and points.
Max Karcher a ‘Red Shirt’ freshman has started every game for St Louis University, picking up 1 assist so far this season. The Billiken’s have had a great start to the season going 7-1 and are currently ranked 18th in the country as they start A-10 Conference play.
Marcus McCrary another freshman has helped Ohio State from the BIG TEN to a 2-3-3 start to the season. McCrary has started all 8 games and is ranked 3rd on the team for shots at goal this season.
Alex Masbruch after suffering an injury in pre-season has now made his Collegiate debut for the University of Wisconsin. Masbruch now healthy made his debut against the University of Georgetown who are ranked 9th in the country and has seen action in 3 of the last 4 games.
Patrick Hodan coming off his National Championship winning season with the University of Notre Dame remains a key figure in Irish attack. Hodan has helped the Irish to a 4-1-2 start to the season as they look to defend their NCAA title. Hodan has played in all 7 games this season, amassing 1 goal and 1 assist to rank 3rd in points on the team.
Cheenuj Shong has played in all 8 games for the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, leading the team with 4 assists. Jeremy Nji, a sophomore has also seen action in 6 games with one game winner to his name coming in overtime. AJ Patterson now a senior has played in every game for the Phoenix, playing a pivotal role in the midfield and has 1 assist to his name. The Phoenix stands at 3-3-2 and welcomes UW-Milwaukee this week when the open Horizon League play.
Logan Ketterer, a sophomore Goalkeeper has started the last 4 games for Bradley University keeping 2 shut-outs. Ketterer was also named the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) ‘Defensive Player of the Week ‘on September 23rd.
Alex Cagle a ‘Red Shirt’ freshman Goalkeeper made his collegiate debut on September 21st for Temple University from the BIG EAST against the University of Pennsylvania. Temple stand at 2-6-1 and open up BIG East play this coming week.
Evan Garcia as a freshman has played in all 8 games for the University of Wisconsin Parkside picking up 3 assists. Josh Burke another freshman has also started the last 3 games helping the team to win 2 out of the last 3 games. Ryan Shogren in his sophomore year has started all 8 games adding 1 goal and 3 assists to his name. UW-Parkside currently stands at 4-4.
Logan Andryk and freshman brother Braden Andryk continue to dominate for the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) who have started the season with an 8-2 record. Logan Andryk an All-American last season continues to lead the team his junior year in goals, points and assists with 6 goals, and 14 assists already to his name. Braden Andryk in his freshman campaign is tied with Logan on 6 goals and has also amassed 3 assists.
Javier Simon already has 2 game winning goals to his name during his freshman season for the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Simon has scored 4 goals this season and played in all 11 games for the Titans who stand at 6-4-1 for the season.
Christian Elliehausen a freshman at the University of St Thomas in Minnesota has played in all 9 games this season scoring 2 goals. The ‘Tommies’ currently stand at 6-3 overall.
“We are extremely proud to see the impact that our players are making at all levels within the College game. As a club we pride ourselves on investing the time and effort needed to prepare our players to play at the next level, regardless of immediate results. The success that our players are experiencing is a testament to their work ethic, desire to improve and belief in our development model” said Co-Doc Ben Shepherd.