Proud Member Of: usys-sm usa  fifa-sm
 
Print Email
 

AYSA Exports

 
 

AYSAExports

 

AYSA Exports - Weekly look at AZ Players in the Professional Ranks 
 
 

Arizona Youth Soccer Association Exports is a feature in which we track the progress of those from the state who are playing professional soccer. If we have left anyone out please let us know by emailing Garrett Cleverly at garrettcleverly@azyouthsoccer.org.

A brief note, all players must have played for an Arizona youth club as some point in their youth career.

For a full run down on all the weekend’s action, check out the capsules below. Match recaps from: July 25-August 1

National Team

Julie Ertz: Did not play in the USWNT 1-0 loss to Australia in the Tournament of Nations on Thursday. Was a 57th minute sub and scored the game-winning goal in the USWNT 4-3 win over Brazil on Sunday. 

Sydney Leroux: Did not play in the USWNT 1-0 loss to Australia in the Tournament of Nations on Thursday. Was a 76th minute sub in the USWNT 4-3 win over Brazil on Sunday.

Coaches

Greg Vanney, Toronto FC (Tempe Soccer Club): Defeated New York City FC 4-0 on Sunday. Undefeated streak now at four matches
Season: 12-3-7; 43 points (1st in Eastern Conference)

Pablo Mastroeni, Colorado Rapids (Santos): Suffered 1-0 loss to San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday.
Season: 6-12-2; 20 points (11th in Western Conference)

NWSL

Julie Ertz, D, Chicago Red Stars (Arizona Arsenal/Sereno SC): Did not play this past week as she is with the national team.
Season: 15 matches, 2 goals, 1 assist

Cali Farquharson, F, Washington Spirit (SC del Sol): No match schedule this past week. Farquharson made her season debut last week after suffering a torn ACL last season.
Season: 1 match

Jessica McDonald, F, North Carolina Courage (Sereno SC): No match schedule this past week.
Season: 11 matches, 2 goals, 1 assist

Sydney Leroux, F, FC Kansas City (Sereno SC): Did not play this past week as she is with the national team.
Season: 15 matches, 3 goals, 1 assist

Toppserien (Norway)

Arianna Romero, D, Valerenga (Sereno SC): No stats listed for previous match.
Season: 8 matches

Major League Soccer

Justen Glad, D, Real Salt Lake (Cisco Tucson): Started, played 90 minutes in Real Salt Lake’s 2-2 draw against Columbus Crew on Saturday. Glad also started and played 45 minutes in the MLS Homegrown’s 2-2 draw against Chivas U-20.
Season: 7 matches

Brooks Lennon, F, Real Salt Lake (Sereno SC): Brought on as a 68th minute sub in Real Salt Lake’s 2-2 draw with Columbus Crew on Saturday. Lennon also started and played 61 minutes in the MLS Homegrown’s 2-2 draw against Chivas U-20
Season: 14 matches, 1 goal, 1 assist

Jose Hernandez, M, Real Salt Lake (Tuzos): Did not play in Real Salt Lake’s 2-2 draw against Columbus Crew on Saturday. Hernandez came off the bench and played 55 minutes in the MLS Homegrown’s 2-2 draw against Chivas U-20.
Season: 7 matches, 1 goal

Ricardo Velazco, M, Real Salt Lake (Tucson Soccer Academy): Did not play in Real Salt Lake’s 2-2 draw against Columbus Crew on Saturday.
Season: 9 matches

Brad Evans, D, Seattle Sounders (Tempe Pros): Was a 80th minute sub in the Seattle Sounders scoreless draw against LA Galaxy on Saturday.
Season: 10 matches, 6 goals

George Malki, M, Houston Dynamo (Sereno SC): Malki is still recovering from a torn ACL in March. On July 27, the Houston Dynamo tweeted out a video featuring Malki talking about his recovery.
Season: 0 matches

Justin Davis, D, Minnesota United (Sereno): Did not play in Minnesota’s 4-0 win over D.C. United on Saturday.
Season: 8 matches

Nick DeLeon, M, D.C. United (Cisco): Started and played 70 minutes in D.C. United’s 4-0 loss to Minnesota on Saturday.
Season: 8 matches

Luis Robles, GK, New York Red Bulls (Tucson Soccer Academy): Started and played 90 minutes in New York’s 4-0 win over Montreal on Saturday.
Season: 21 matches, 7 clean sheets, 71 saves, 26 goals against

Donny Toia, D, Orlando City (Tucson Soccer Academy): Started and played 90 minutes in Orlando’s 1-1 draw against Atlanta on Saturday. Toia was also named to the MLS Team of the Week.
Season: 18 matches, 2 assists

Matt Bersano, GK, San Jose Earthquakes (Cisco): Bersano has been loaned out to Reno 1868 for the 2017 season. Check USL for his stats.
Season: 0 matches

Liga MX

Ventura Alvarado, D, Santos Laguna (Tuzos): Started and played 90 minutes in Santos’ 2-0 win over Chivas in the Copa MX on Wednesday. He did not play in Santos’ 1-1 draw against Tigres on Sunday.
Season: 0 matches

USL

Blair Gavin, M, Phoenix Rising (Sereno SC): Started and played 90 minutes in Phoenix’s 1-0 loss to San Antonio FC.
Season: 5 matches

Miguel Salazar, M, San Antonio FC (Tucson Soccer Academy): Miguel is currently injured
Season: 0 matches

Matt Bersano, GK, Reno 1868 (Cisco): Started, played 90 minutes, and made 4 saves in Reno’s 1-1 draw against Swope Park Rangers.
Season: 14 matches, 6 clean sheets, 38 saves, 18 goals conceded

NASL

Danny Cruz, M, San Francisco Deltas (Sereno SC): Started, played 74 minutes, and SCORED A GOAL in San Francisco’s 1-1 draw with Jacksonville Armada FC.
Season: 13 matches, 1 goal, 2 assists

 

 

Back

 
 
 
 
usyouthsoccer.org