2015 NCAA Player Tracker: Week 4

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(Pictured: Jake Seau)

March 5th, 2015

This week’s featured Adrln Family Members:

Dylan Molloy (WCS coach) Molloy currently leads the country in scoring. He finished the weekend with 13 goals over 2 games, helping Brown University to their best start in years. Read More Here!

Joe Lang (Adrln All American/Tropics/ ADVNC ) Lang has made an immediate impact as a freshman for the Harvard Crimson.  Lang was huge in a come-from-behind win over Quinnipiac, going off for a 5-point day on 3 goals and 2 assists.

Jake Seau (WCS/ Adrln All American/ Tropics/ RC Starz) Seau has really emerged as one of the top freshman in the country. He was big in two wins for Duke over the weekend with highlight reel goals against Harvard and Providence and lots of good decisions with the ball.

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Bass Barfield (WCS/ Adrln All American/ Tropics) Barfield has really blossomed in 2015 and has been a catalyst in Jacksonville’s recent success. Barfield followed up a 16 save game with a 12 save game to help the Dolphins trounce Michigan.

Cole Johnson (WCS/ Adrln All American/ Seattle Starz) the West Point cadet has been on an absolute tear this spring. Johnson is 2nd on the team with 23 points and helped the Cadets to wins over Rutgers and Lafayette with a 4 goals, 5 assists weekend!

Michael Keasey (Adrln All American/ Tropics) Keasey has quietly emerged as a key cog on the Yale Bulldog first midfield line. Yale is off to one of their best starts in program history and Keasey was big in a 10-9 win over St. Johns, notching 2 big goals during the stretch run.

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Eric Sanschagrin (WCS/ Adrln All American/ Alpha Starz) Sanschagrin has locked down the starting goaltender spot with his recent efforts, which most recently included a 12 save day in a program boosting overtime defeat of Johns Hopkins.

John Uppgren (Adrln Tropics) Upgren has been Division III’s most prolific and exciting player so far. An All American in 2014, Upgren has helped Tufts to a 2-0 start and a country-leading 32 goals in 2 games. Upgren currently has 11 goals and 6 assists in the last two games.

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Notre Dame v Dartmouth game: although the score was rather lopsided this game had 12 Adrenaline family members on display. For Notre Dame Matt Kavanaugh (Tropics) lead all scorers and Kyle Runyon (WCS-Adrln All American/ Tropics/ Laxdawgs), Pierre Byrne (Tropics/ All American/ RC Starz), Bobby Gray (WCS/Adrln Tropics/ADVNC) all notched their first points of the season, while defensively Eddy Glazener & Chris Carter (WCS/ Adrln All American/ Tropics/ RC Starz)  kept the Big Green in check all day. For Dartmouth Christian Guinchard (WCS/ Adrln All American/ Tropics/ RC Starz) continued his stellar play in between the lines at LSM as did team captain Bobby Osgood (Adrln Awareness). Up front Adrln All Americans Wiley Osborne, Richie Loftus, Jack Mccormick andAdam Fishman (WCS/ Tropics/ AZ Force) have been starters all season long for a young Dartmouth team.

We look forward to so many great games on tap for this weekend with more rivalry games and teams getting into conference play. Check back next week to see which Adrenaline Family members make the Top 10 Performers list!

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