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Former MSC Players (left to right) Rain Condie (Williams) Isabel Stern (Amherst) Leyla Kamshad (Williams) Maya Scholnick (Amherst) Sarah Sullivan (Amherst)

College Update -Men and Women

By Richard Corvino , 09/29/19, 5:45PM EDT

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Check out how MSC alumni's are doing through their collegiate career

Women 

Jacklyn Lada (Adelphi class of 2022),  sophomore midfielder is a starter for Adelphi, scoring a goal this year. She was the team's second-leading scorer in her rookie season, tallying three goals and two assists for eight points.  Lada appeared in 15 games with four starts in 2018. Lada played club ball for Manhattan Crew and Manhattan Courage.

Emily Gefell (American International College class of 2022),  sophomore midfielder has seven appearances for AIC this season, five as a starter.  Gefell appeared in eleven games in 2018, starting one. Gefell played club ball for Manhattan Crew.

Isabel Stern, (Amherst class of 2023), freshman midfielder and forward has gotten off to an excellent start at Amherst, starting one game and coming off the bench in four others to score three goals and record two assists. Stern played club ball for Manhattan Pride and Manhattan Crew.

Sarah Sullivan, (Amherst class of 2023), freshman midfielder has appeared in all six Amherst games so far this season. Stern played club ball for Manhattan Pride and Manhattan Crew.

Maya Scholnick, (Amherst class of 2022), sophomore forward has appeared in all six Amherst games so far this season, scoring a goal and recording an assist. Maya appeared in four games for Amherst in 2018. Scholnick played club ball for Manhattan Crew.

Sophia Fikke, (Amherst class of 2022), sophomore forward and midfielder has appeared in all six games for Amherst this season, starting five of them.  Sophia has recorded five assists so far, which leads the team. Fikke appeared in eighteen games as a freshman in 2018, recording an assist.  Fikke played club ball for Manhattan Crew and Manhattan Santos.

Rebecca Gold, (Brandeis class of 2022), sophomore goalkeeper has come off the bench to appear in one game between the pipes for Brandeis this season.  Gold appeared in five games as a freshman in 2018, giving up just one goal in 190 minutes, for a stingy 0.43 goals-against average. Gold played club ball for Manhattan Crew and Manhattan Santos.

Willa Molho, (Brandeis class of 2021), junior forward has appeared in six games this season, starting one game, scoring one goal.  Molho appeared in seven games in 2018 and eighteen games in 2017, scoring a goal and recording an assist. Molho played club ball for Manhattan Santos and Manhattan Albion.

Emily Jonas, (Gardner-Webb University class of 2021), junior defender has been a big part of the Gardner-Webb defensive unit from the outset.  She’s appeared in nine games this season, all as a starter. Jonas has one goal scored this season. She appeared in 21 matches with 20 starts and played nearly 1,800 minutes as a sophomore in 2018. Jonas tabbed a Big South All-Freshman Team selection in 2017, starting all 19 matches and recorded 1,767 minutes on the season.  She recorded one assist on the season. Jonas played club ball for Manhattan Santos.

Maeve Regan, (Gettysburg College class of 2022), sophomore forward has appeared in three games this season, all coming off the bench. She appeared in five games as a freshman, scoring one goal.  Regan played club ball for Manhattan Crew.

Cally Carr, (Grinnell College class of 2021), junior defender has appeared in six games this season, all as a starter.  Carr came off the bench to appear in sixteen games in 2018 as a sophomore and appeared in four games in 2017, recording one assist. Carr played club ball for Manhattan Santos and Manhattan Courage.

Ana Garibaldi, (Indiana University class of 2021, junior forward has not appeared in a game this season. Garibaldi played in 14 games as a sophomore seeing her first career action in Indiana’s 3-0 win against Miami (Ohio).  She registered an assist against Kentucky. Ana was out her freshman year with an injury. Garibaldi played club ball for Manhattan Santos.

Trixie Donovan, (Middlebury College class of 2023), freshman defender has not appeared in a game this season.  Donovan played club ball for Manhattan Pride and Manhattan Crew.

Layla Devlin, (Occidental College class of 2022), sophomore forward has appeared in four games this season, three as a starter. She appeared in fourteen games as a freshman in 2018, eleven as a starter, scoring two goals. Devlin played club ball for Manhattan Crew.

Mikayla Alcorn, (Boston University class of 2022), sophomore midfielder has appeared in five games this season, all coming off the bench.  She transferred after her freshman year from Pittsburgh, where she played in 16 games as a freshman, starting 11, for a total of 954 minutes played, recording one assist. Alcorn played club ball for Manhattan Crew and Manhattan Santos.

Tatijana Lonic, (Queens College class of 2021), junior defender has appeared in seven games this season, two as a starter. Lonic started three games and played in ten total contests as a sophomore in 2018 and appeared in sixteen games, starting twelve in 2017 as a freshman.  Lonic played club ball for Manhattan Santos.

Analiese Schwartz, (Roanoke class of 2022), sophomore defender has appeared in four games this year, all coming off the bench.  Schwartz appeared in seven games as a freshman in 2018. Schwartz played club ball for Manhattan Crew and Manhattan Santos.

Quincy Lucin, (Skidmore class of 2021). junior defender has appeared in three games this season, all as a starter. Lucin appeared in fifteen games as a sophomore in 2018, all fifteen as a starter. She appeared in nine games as a freshman, starting four of them. Lucin played club ball for Manhattan Santos , Manhattan Courage and Manhattan Dynamo.

Fatou Doucoure, (St Peter’s College class of 2022), sophomore defender has appeared in eight games this season, all as a starter. Doucoure appeared in sixteen games as a freshman in 2018, starting nine.  Doucoure played club ball for the Manhattan Santos, Manhattan Courage, and Manhattan Albion.

Oormi Sivapatham, (St Francis College Brooklyn class of 2023), freshman defender has appeared in four games this season. Sivapatham played club ball for the Manhattan Pride.

Hayley Bernstein, (Tufts class of 2023), freshman goalkeeper has started all seven Tufts games this year, giving up on four goals for an excellent 0.55 goals-against average. Bernstein played club ball for Manhattan Pride.

Gabby Nicolosi, (Wellesley College class of 2023), freshman midfielder has started eight games this season, scoring a goal and recording two assists. Nicolosi played club ball for Manhattan Pride and Manhattan Galaxy

Danielle Jonas, (Wesleyan class of 2022), sophomore midfielder has appeared in four games this season, recording one assist.  Jonas appeared in nine games as a freshman, scoring two goals and recording two assists. Jones played club ball for Manhattan Crew and Manhattan Santos.

Samantha Ortiz, (Wheaton class of 2021), junior midfielder has appeared in eight games this season, starting one game.  Ortiz appeared in nineteen games as a sophomore in 2018, starting four games, scoring a goal and recording an assist. She appeared in thirteen games as a freshman, scoring a goal.  Ortiz played club ball for the Manhattan Santos.

Rain Condie, (Williams class of 2022), sophomore forward has appeared in four games this season, three as a starter, scoring one goal and recording one assist.  Condie had a strong rookie season last year for the National Champions Williams team, appearing in twenty games, three as a starter, and scoring two goals and recording one assist.  She scored one of the decisive penalty kicks in the National title game against Middlebury. Condie played club ball for the Manhattan Crew and Manhattan Santos.

Leyla Kamshad, (Williams class of 2023), freshman goalkeeper has appeared in one game this season, playing a full half in a win against Castleton.  Kamshad played club ball for the Manhattan Crew and Manhattan Pride.

Kiana Jedlicka, (Wilkes University class of 2022), the sophomore midfielder has appeared in eight games this season, starting two games. Jedlicka has scored two goals.  Jedlicka transferred from Wilmington University after her freshman year, where she appeared in thirteen games, starting one game and scoring one goal.   Jedlicka played club ball for Manhattan Santos, Manhattan Courage, and Manhattan Crew.

 

Men 

 

Justin Miller (Bowdoin class of 2020), starting defender for much of his college career is a former Manhattan SC player for Manhattan Cruzeiro.  Miller has played in six games for Bowdoin this season, starting five of them.

Dylan Hennessy (Brandeis class of 2020), a strong defender who has been a starter for 48 of 54 total matches played.  Hennessy has recorded three assists this year and four goals and eight assists in his college career. Hennessy played club ball for Manhattan PSG 96.

Eddie Perez-Pelaez (Bucknell class of 2023), a freshman forward who has gotten off to an excellent start to his college career. Eddie has notched three goals in five games played, three of them as a starter.  Perez-Pelaez played club ball for Manhattan Emelec.

Adrian Harkness (Case Western Reserve class of 2023), midfielder has come off the bench and played in all nine games in his freshman year so far. Harkness played club ball for Manhattan Emelec.

Wilson Quintero (College of Staten Island class of 2021), junior defender has been a starter on the team since the beginning of his freshman year, finishing second on the team in 2018 in minutes played. Quintero played club ball for Manhattan Villa and Manhattan Gunners.

Alex Sutton (Lafayette College class of 2022), sophomore goalkeeper has been a starter and key player for Lafayette since he first stepped on a college field. Was a Patriot League GK of the week two separate times in 2018, and named League Rookie of the Week once.  Alex had five clean sheets in 2018 and already has four more in 2019 with half the season yet to be played. Sutton played club ball for the Manhattan Villa.

Clay Hamilton (Pomona College class of 2021), junior defender has come off the bench in six games this season.  Hamilton played club ball for Manhattan Gunners.

Sanoussi Sangary (St. John’s class of 2022), sophomore defender made nine appearances in 2018, five of which were starts. Recorded two assists on the season. Sanoussi has come off the bench twice in 2019, scoring a late goal against Columbia on September 16.  Sangary played club ball for the Manhattan Villa.

Rafael Bustamante (St. John’s class of 2021), junior defender has been a frequent starter over the years, starting all eight games for nationally ranked St. Johns this year.   Bustamante made 16 appearances as a sophomore, nine of which were starts, and he played in 16 games as a reserve as a freshman. Bustamante played club ball for Manhattan Villa and Manhattan Gunners.

Luca Ottavio (SUNY Geneseo class of 2023), freshman forward played club ball for Manhattan Emelec.

Cameron Bonfils (Stony Brook class of 2022), sophomore forward has played in all eight games for Stony Brook so far this year, logging 220 minutes.  As a freshman, Bonfils appeared in 12 games, attempted two shots on goal, and logged 282 minutes. Bonfils played club ball for the Manhattan Villa.

Alex Ferrara (SUNY Cortlandt class of 2023), freshman defender played club ball for Manhattan Emelec.

Zach Seigelstein (Tufts class of 2022), sophomore midfielder has come off the bench in six games for Tufts, scoring two goals.  As a freshman, Seigelstein appeared in 15 games for the 18-0-3 National Championship winning Jumbos. He netted his first collegiate goal in the Sweet 16 against Amherst in the team's 3-0 victory. Seigelstein played club ball for Manhattan Villa and Manhattan Gunners.

Teddy Lowen (Wesleyan class of 2022), sophomore goalkeeper made four starts as a freshman, allowing seven goals for a 1.67 goals-against average. Lowen played club ball for the Manhattan Villa.

Jules Oberg (Williams class of 2022), sophomore defender has started all six games for Williams, recording one assist.  Oberg had a stellar rookie season at Williams, appearing in 18 games and starting 10.  Oberg was featured at both center back and defensive center midfielder during the 2018 campaign.  Oberg played club ball for Manhattan Villa and Manhattan Gunners.

Sadou Diallo (SUNY Cobleskill class of 2022), sophomore forward is a starter who has appeared in nine games with two goals this season. He came off the bench a total of eighteen times as a freshman and also started one game, where he recorded two goals and five assists.  Diallo played club ball for the Manhattan Villa.

Rashawn Best (SUNY Cobleskill class of 2023), freshman goalkeeper has started eight games as a freshman GK this season, with a stingy 0.95 goals-against average. Best played club ball for Manhattan Emelec.