College: Soccer America's 3 stars of the week (Aug. 21-27)

• Cesar Bahena (San Diego). The sophomore from nearby Escondido set up the first goal and scored the second for the short-handed Toreros in their 2-0 win at Washington.
• Zach Bohane (Stanford). The sophomore from De Anza Force had three goals and one assist in the Cardinal's wins over Creighton (3-1) and Georgetown (5-1).
• Jack Denton (Missouri State). The 2022 Missouri Valley Midfielder of the Year had the winner in the visiting Bears' 1-0 win at Maryland.

• Josie Aulicino (Northwestern). The senior from Northville, Michigan, had six goals and five assists in wins over Oakland (7-0) and Toledo (3-1).
• Sam Meza (North Carolina). The senior from Dallas anchored the Tar Heel defense that did not allow a goal against Wisconsin (0-0) and USC (4-0).
• Ashleigh Williams (Texas Tech). The junior from Allen, Texas, had a hat trick in the win over Ball State (4-1) and added two goals against Utah State (3-0).
2 comments about "College: Soccer America's 3 stars of the week (Aug. 21-27)".
  1. Wallace Wade, August 30, 2023 at 8:13 a.m.

    An International for Missouri State? Mind blowing? I wonder what professional Academy he came from in England? No spots at this State school for American players! The local taxpayer that supports this institution should contact their local legislators and inquire into this program 

  2. humble 1 replied, August 30, 2023 at 11:46 a.m.

    That school - the poster child - for where soccer is at in USA - below the flyover zone - in the basement - door locked.  NCAA pays almost no attention - money is all controled by ladies - go to any college / university - with mens soccer - and all the mens facilities are actually paid for by the - women - b.c. of the forgotten investment portion of Title 9 - which - ironically - indirectly here - helps men.  Anyway - yeah - no one cares what you write Wade - no one.  There are 25 roster spots on that team - they contribute to the schools - 'diversity' - they help bring up men's athletics GPA - and they quietly go about their business. No one really cares except friends and family.   This is soccer USA - for the most part. Long way to go.  Hockey - still taken more seriously on the mens sice of colleges than soccer.  Have a nice day.  

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