FCD College Round-up: Oct. 12, 2012

Keegan's Cowgirls continue undefeated 2012 season

College Round-up: 10/12

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Ron Stinson

The FC Dallas Player Development system continues to provide college programs around the country with players that have refined their skills through the FC Dallas Youth program. The FCD College Round-up is our bi-weekly series that will keep track of a select number of former FCDY players and monitor their progress through the college soccer ranks.

Baylor University (11-1-2) – Natalie Huggins (Sophomore Forward)

Baylor extended its undefeated run to 10 games with wins over Kansas and Texas Tech in the last two weeks. Huggins played 41 minutes in the 1-0 win over KU and 88 minutes in the 3-2 overtime win over Texas Tech, bringing her minutes total to 724 on the season.

Duke University (4-5-1) – Jack Coleman (Sophomore Midfielder)

In the last two weeks, Duke has dropped a 2-1 overtime result to North Carolina and picked up a 1-0 win over N.C. State. Coleman continues to see regular playing time for the Blue Devils, having started in four straight matches now.

Florida Gulf Coast University (3-5-2) – Aaron Guillen (Freshman Defender)

Florida Gulf Coast University's winless streak has reached five games after tying Northern Kentucky 1-1 and losing to Lipscomb 3-1. Guillen started both of those matches for the Eagles.

Furman University (9-3-2) – Holly Reilly (Sophomore Goalkeeper)

The Furman Women’s soccer team is 1-1-1 in the last two weeks, beating Chattanooga 5-1, drawing UNC Greensboro 1-1 and dropping a 2-1 result to Elon. Reilly didn't see any playing time in those three matches.

Hardin-Simmons University (6-0-1) – Eliza Keegan (Sophomore Forward)

The Hardin-Simmons Cowgirls continued their undefeated season with three straight shutouts, beating Dallas at Irving 5-0, Schreiner 12-0 and Texas Lutheran 7-0. Keegan played in all three of those matches, tallying an assist against Dallas and two more in the win over Schreiner.

Harvard University (1-6-3) – Mark Ashby (Freshman Defender)

The Harvard Men’s soccer team's winless streak grew to seven games after draws with Yale and Boston College and a loss to Cornell over the last two weeks. Ashby continues to be a regular in The Crimson defense, starting the last three matches to bring his start total to nine on the season.

Iowa State University (9-7-0) – Lindsay Frank (Sophomore Defender)

The Iowa State Women’s soccer team has only one won game in its last four; losing 1-0 to Oklahoma State, 2-1 to Texas Tech and 3-2 to West Virginia, but beating TCU 2-0. Frank has started every game in the Cyclone defense, logging a total of 1,254 minutes.

McNeese State University (7-6-2) – Tori Lasiter (Sophomore Midfielder), Haley Lyons (Sophomore Forward), Krista Steinbeiser (Sophomore Midfielder), Jordan Leinweaver (Senior Defender), Megan Rogers (Senior Midfielder)

The McNeese State Cowgirls are .500 in the last two weeks; beating Lamar University and Nicholls State by identical 1-0 scores, but losing to Southeatern Louisiana 3-2 and Central Akansas 1-0. Lasiter saw action off the bench against Lamar, Nicholls and Central Arkansas; Lyons started all four matches; Steinbeiser saw substitute minutes against Southeastern Louisiana, Nicholls and Central Arkansas; Leinweaver didn't see any minutes in the last four matches; and Rogers started all four.

Old Dominion University (7-1-2) – Skylar Hagan (Sophomore Midfielder)

Old Dominion University beat George Mason 3-2 before settling for scoreless draws with James Madison and Delaware. Hagan has started every game in the Monarchs midfield in 2012.

Southern Methodist University (8-2-2) – Chris Figueroa (Sophomore Midfielder), Jaime Ibarra (Junior Goalkeeper)

SMU has shut out its last three opponents; beating the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Tulsa by identical 1-0 scores and topping Kentucky 2-0. Ibarra has played every game for the Mustangs. Figueroa hasn't seen any action this season.

University of Arkansas (6-7-1) – Allie Tripp (Sophomore Defender)

The Razorbacks are .500 over the last two weeks; beating Tennessee 1-0, losing to Florida 4-0 and Vanderbilt 3-2 and beating Alabama 3-1. Tripp started each of the last four matches for the Arkansas defense.

University of Maryland (10-0-1) – London Woodberry (Senior Defender), Mikey Ambrose (Freshman Defender)

Maryland's undefeated season rages on as the team made it nine straight wins after beating College of Charleston 3-2, Virginia 1-0 and Rutgers 2-1 in the last two weeks. Woodberry and Ambrose have started every match for the Terps this year, and Woodberry scored a brace in the win over Charleston.

University of New Mexico (9-2-0) – Nick Rochowski (Freshman Defender)

New Mexico dropped one of its last three; beating Houston Baptist 2-1, losing to Air Force 1-0 and topping Denver 1-0 in the last two weeks . Rochowski hasn't seen any minutes this season.

University of North Carolina (10-1-1) – Boyd Okwuonu (Sophomore Defender), Danny Garcia (Freshman Midfielder)

North Carolina has won six in a row after beating Duke 2-1, Georgia Southern and Clemson by identical 2-0 scores and Davidson 1-0. Garcia started each of the last four for the Tar Heels, scoring the winner against Davidson. Okwuonu started against Duke, Georgia Southern and Clemson before missing the first start of his career at UNC against Davidson due to absence as he is currently with the U.S. U-20s at the Marbella Cup in Spain.

University of North Texas (7-3-1) – Michelle Young (Senior Forward)

UNT is on a six game unbeaten run after beating South Alabama 4-0, Troy 5-1, Florida Atlantic 2-1 and tying FIU 1-1. Young has played in every game for the Mean Green and scored a brace against South Alabama and tallied another goal in the win over Troy.

University of South Carolina (2-3-1) Bradlee Baladez (Sophomore, Midfielder/Forward)

South Carolina is 1-1-1 in the last two weeks; tying Florida International 1-1, beating Central Florida 2-1 and dropping a 4-3 result to the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Baladez has started every game for the Gamecocks, and tallied two assists in the loss to UAB.