Conference Championships and Post Season bids for FC Wisconsin Alums

11.12.15 --For Immediate Release: As the regular season concluded this week, many FC Wisconsin Alums won Conference Championships as well as qualifying for National Tournaments!!

11.12.15 --For Immediate Release: As the regular season concluded this week, many FC Wisconsin Alums won Conference Championships as well as qualifying for National Tournaments!!


  • Marcus McCrary in his sophomore season helped the #18 Ohio State win the Big Ten Regular Season. The Buckeyes have also advanced to the Big Ten Semi Final with a 1-0 win over Penn State. McCrary has played in 15 games so far this season and will look to help the team overcome Rutgers in the Semi-Final this weekend.



  • Wisconsin beat Northwestern in their last regular season game 2-1 to clinch a Big Ten tournament berth. However; a tough 1-0 loss at #2 seed Indiana ended the season for the Badgers. Alex Masbruch (So) finished the season starting all 19 games and was 2nd on the team for total minutes played on the year. Fellow sophomore Zac Roelke played in 2 games and Niko Atlija played in 3 games on the season.


  • Max Karcher (Sr) on his return from injury helped St Louis University go on a four game winning streak before falling to George Washington 1-0 in OT in their last regular season A-10 contest. Freshman Brady Lenius played 56 minutes in the contest and has now made 3 appearances so far this season. The Billikens will now turn their attention to the A-10 Championship where they are the #3 seed.


  • Marquette ended their season with a tough 3-0 loss at DePaul in Big East action. Senior Kelmend Islami ended his collegiate career by leading the team with 8 goals and 1 assist for a total of 17 points on the season. Alex McBride (So) had another excellent season playing in 17 games adding 1 goal and 3 assists on the year. Driton Zyteja (So) also had a solid season starting 6 games for Golden Eagles.


  • UW-Milwaukee ended the season with a strong performance defeating Northern Kentucky 4-0 to finish the season with a 5-10-3 record. Sophomore Nick Moon ended the season playing in 17 games earning 1 goal and 1 assist for the Panthers. Moon ranked 5th on the team for total minutes played this season. Reid Stevenson added an assist to his name in the win over Northern Kentucky and ended the season having played in 16 games earning 2 assists.


  • Alex Cagle helped Temple claim the #6 seed heading into the American Conference Tournament. However, a tough loss in the Quarter Finals to UCONN ended the Owls season. Cagle (So) started all 18 games for Temple and had a 1.02 GAA. He also earned the Defensive Player of the Week Award earlier in the season.


  • Logan Ketterer (Jr) helped Bradley earn the #2 seed for the upcoming Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. The Braves played to a hard fought 1-1 tie at Drake in their last regular season contest. Ketterer has started 16 games for the Braves posting a 1.40 GAA


  • UW-Green Bay finished the season 5-10-3 and under first year Head Coach Jeremy Bonomo narrowly missed out on making the Horizon League Tournament. Senior Cheenuj Shong led the team with 4 goals on the season. Buran Huseini had an excellent freshman campaign starting 15 matches for the Phoenix.



  • MSOE beat Dominican 3-1 to clinch back-to-back NACC Conference Championships. Logan Andryk (Sr) scored 2 goals and brother Braden Andryk (So) also notched in the win. The game marked Logan’s 21st goal on the season with Braden one behind on 20 for the year. With the win the Raiders earned their first ever National Ranking at #19 and also earned a trip to the NCAA Division III National Tournament where they will travel to Ohio to face Ohio Wesleyan. Both Logan and Braden 1st team All-Conference NACC. Logan was also named Offensive player of the year


  • UW-Whitewater, although falling 3-2 in OT to UW-Platteville, in their final regular season game earned a berth in the NCAA Division III National Tournament and will face Wheaton College. Adrian Castillo (So) played in 12 games for the Warhawks and Freshman Ivan Khamenka played in 9 games on the season. It is UW-Whitewater’s 13th NCAA appearance as they finished the season 14-3-1 and are currently ranked as high as #13 in some national polls.


  • UW-Oshkosh (11-3-3) in its final season earned an NCAA Division III National Tournament bid for the 14th time in their history. They will travel to St Paul to face St. Olaf College. Javier Simon has played in 16 games scoring 4 goals and adding 1 assist on the season so far.


  • UW-Concordia (15-3-1) won the NACC Regular season championship for the first time in their history. Freshman, Trevor Nargis played in 12 games and had 2 assists on the season. The Falcons season was ended in a tough 3-2 loss to Domincan in the NACC Semi-Finals.


  •  The #1 ranked Kenyon College (17-1) continued is great season by winning the NCAC Regular Season Title and Tournament Championship by beating Ohio Wesleyan 3-2. Sophomore Billy O’Neil played in 12 games earning 2 assists. The Lourdes will now play Westminster in the NCAA Division III National Tournament.


  • St Thomas University (12-7-1) lost in the MIAC Tournament Championship game to St Olaf 2-0. Aidan Hogan as a freshman played in 8 games on the year.


  • Sophomores Bernie Macias and Bobby Saskowski helped Cardinal Stritch to a 9-8-1 season losing in the CCAC Conference Tournament Semi-Finals to Saint Xavier University 1-0. Both Macias and Saskowski started all 18 games for the Wolves and were 1st and 2nd in minutes played over the season.


  • UW-Parkside finished the season 6-8-3 and narrowly missed out on the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament. Sophomore Evan Garcia earned 3rd Team All-Conference Honors after leading the team with 6 goals and 3 assists for 15 points on the season. Fellow FC Wisconsin Alum Ryan Shogren (Sr) was 2nd on the team with 6 goals and 1 assist. Israel Betancourt  (So) started 6 games for the Rangers and freshman Petar Krecak played in 9 games on the year.


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