Riggs LennonCASA Grande, Ariz. – GSA Exports has been a feature on this blog that has tracked the performances of our former players who are playing professional or called up to a national team. This post is another GSA Exports, but a little different. We have wonderful student-athletes at the Grande Sports Academy and every single one has been offered a college scholarship. Over 40 of our former players are playing in the 2013 collegiate season and we will be tracking their performances every week here on our GSA Exports College Edition post.

Combined regular season stats:
Goals: 27:
(6) Velazco, (5) Tavares, (5) Lennon, (2) Allen, (2) Navarro, (2) Brody, (2) Tiraturyan, Burnett, Flores, Gonzalez
Assists: 58: (13) Tavares, (8) Brody, (7) Velazco, (5) Navarro, (5) Allen, (3) Hoyt, (2) Salazar, (2) Tiraturyan, (3) Sasivarevic, (3) Kotselas, (2) Clay, Juarez, Gonzalez, Miller, Goss, Lennon,
GK Clean Sheets: (5) Bersano

Descriptions are from matches between October 24th-31st.

Stats only page click here.

Big East Conference

Coco Navarro, freshman, F, Marquette: Started, played 94 minutes in Marquette’s 0-1 OT loss to Georgetown on Saturday. Next match for Navarro is on Saturday at home against Seton Hall; kickoff set for 6:05 p.m PST. Follow the action on Marquette’s Twitter feed.
Season: 15 starts, 15 games, 2 goals, 5 assists

ACC – American Athletic Conference

Andrew Brody, freshman, M, Louisville: Started, played 78 minutes in Louisville’s 2-1 win over Memphis on Saturday. Next match for Brody is on Thursday at home against Saint Louis; kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on Louisville’s Twitter feed.
Season: 15 starts, 15 games, 2 goals, 8 assists

Ricardo Velazco, sophomore, M/F, Louisville: Started, played 83 minutes and SCORED A GOAL on a PK in Louisville’s 2-1 win over Memphis on Saturday. Next match for Brody is on Thursday at home against Saint Louis; kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on Louisville’s Twitter feed.
Season: 15 starts, 15  games, 6 goals, 7 assists

Jon Zabasajja, freshman, D/M, Southern Methodist University: Started, played 90 minutes in SMU’s 1-4 loss to USF on Saturday. Next match for Zabasajja is on Saturday at home against Connecticut; kickoff set for 5:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on SMU’s Twitter feed.
Season: 6 starts, 11 games

Pac-12

Trevor Hyman, freshman, M, Stanford: Did not feature in Stanford’s 2-1 OT win over San Fransisco on Friday. Next match for Hyman is on Friday at home against UCLA; kickoff set for 6:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on Stanford’s Twitter feed.
Season: 0 starts, 3 games

Danny Gavin, freshman, F, Washington: Did not feature in Washington’s 2-0 win over San Diego State on Friday and 1-2 loss to UCLA on Sunday. Next match for Gavin is on November 8th. Follow the action on Washington’s Twitter feed.
Season: 0 starts, 0 games

Jonathan Stadler, freshman, D, Oregon State University: Did not feature in OSU’s 1-1 OT draw with UCLA on Friday and 0-2 los to San Diego State on Sunday. Next match for Stadler is on Friday at home against California; kickoff set for 1:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on OSU’s Twitter feed.
Season: 0 starts, 0 games

Matt Bersano, R-sophmore, GK, Oregon State University: Started, played 110 minutes and made 7 saves in OSU’s 1-1 OT draw with UCLA on Friday. Bersano also started, played 90 minutes and made 6 saves in OSU’s 0-2 loss to San Diego State on Sunday. Next match for Bersano is on Friday at home against California; kickoff set for 1:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on OSU’s Twitter feed.
Season: 15 starts, 15 games, 16 goals allowed, 5 clean sheets, 73 saves

Cole Nagy, D, R-freshman, UCLA: Did not feature in UCLA’s 1-1 OT draw with Oregon State on Friday and 2-1 win over Washington on Sunday. Next match for Nagy is on Friday against Stanford on the road; kickoff set for 6:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on UCLA’s Twitter feed.
Season: 0 starts, 0 games

Conference USA

Ive Burnett, freshman, D, South Carolina: Started, played 91 minutes in South Carolina’s 1-0 OT win over New Mexico on Saturday. Burnett also started and played 107 minutes in South Carolina’s scoreless OT draw with Florida International on Wednesday. Next match for Burnett is on Sunday against UAB on the road; kickoff set for 12:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on South Carolina’s Twitter feed.
Season: 15 starts, 15 games, 1 goal

Josh Goss, freshman, M, University of New Mexico: Came off the bench and played 10 minutes in UNM’s 0-1 OT loss to South Carolina on Saturday and did not feature in UNM’s 4-3 win over UAB on Wednesday. Next match for Goss is on Saturday against Old Dominion on the road; kickoff set for 2:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on UNM’s Twitter feed.
Season: 0 starts, 8 games, 1 assist

Lucas Seligman, freshman, M, #25 University of New Mexico: Currently injured.
Season: 0 starts, 0 games

ACC – Atlantic Coast Conference

Riggs Lennon, freshman, F, Virginia: Did not feature in Virginia’s 2-0 win over Notre Dame on Saturday. Lennon came off the bench and played 33 minutes and SCORED THE MATCH WINNING GOAL in Virginia’s 2-1 OT win over UNC Greensboro on Tuesday. Next match for Lennon is on Friday at home against North Carolina; kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on Virginia’s Twitter feed.
Season: 6 starts, 14 games, 5 goals, 1 assist

Jordan Allen, freshman, F/D, Virginia: Started, played 90 minutes in Virginia’s 2-0 win over Notre Dame on Saturday. Allen also started, played 84 minutes and ASSISTED ON A GOAL in Virginia’s 2-1 OT win over UNC Greensboro on Tuesday. Next match for Allen is on Friday at home against North Carolina; kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on Virginia’s Twitter feed.
Season: 15 starts, 15 games, 2 goals, 5 assists

Phanuel Kavita, junior, D, Clemson: Started, played 90 minutes in Clemson’s 3-2 win over Boston College on Friday. Next match for Kavita is on Friday against Syracuse of the road; kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on Clemson’s Twitter feed.
Season: 16 starts, 16 games

Southern Conference

Miguel Salazar, sophomore, M, Elon University: Started, played 110 minutes in Elon’s 3-2 OT win over Davidson on Saturday. Salazar started and played 90 minutes in Elon’s 2-1 win over #6 Costal Carolina on Tuesday. Next match for Salazar is on Saturday at home against UNCG; kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. PST. Follow the action on Elon’s Twitter feed.
Season: 14 starts, 15 games, 2 assists

Colonial Athletic Association

Tanner Clay, junior, F/D, College of Charleston: Started, played 80 minutes in CofC’s 1-2 loss to Alabama-Birmingham on Friday. Clay started, played 68 minutes and ASSISTED ON A GOAL in CofC’s 2-1 win over James Madison on Wednesday. Next match for Clay is on Saturday against Northeastern on the road; kickoff set for 3:00 p.m. PST. 
Season: 11 starts, 13 games, 2 assist

Summit League

Nick Miller, junior, D, University of Nebraska-Omaha: Started, played 90 minutes and ASSISTED ON A GOAL in UNO’s 1-2 loss to Oral Roberts on Saturday. Next match for Miller is on Sunday against Eastern Illinois on the road; kickoff set for 9:30 a.m. PST. Follow the action on UNO’s Twitter feed.
Season: 12 starts, 13 games, 1 assist

Brian Hoyt, junior, M, University of Denver: Came off the bench and played 24 minutes in Denver’s 2-0 win over Eastern Illinois on Saturday. Next match for Hoyt is on Saturday against Oral Roberts on the road; kickoff set for 5:00 p.m. PST. Follow all the action on Denver’s Twitter feed.
Season: 11 starts, 13 games, 3 assists

ACCAC

Eti Tavares, sophomore, F, Arizona Western: Season has ended for Taravres and Arizona Western, who were eliminated in the ACCAC semifinals 1-2 to Phoenix College.
Season: 24 starts, 24 games, 5 goals, 13 assists

CCAA – California Collegiate Athletic Association

Tigran Tiraturyan, freshman, M, California State University-San Bernardino: Started, played 90 minutes in CSUSB’s 0-1 loss to CSU-Los Angeles on Friday. Tiraturyan started, played 90 minutes in CSUSB’s 0-2 loss to CSUDH on Sunday. Next match for Tiraturyan is on Friday at home against Chico State; kickoff set for 12:30 p.m. PST.
Season: 11 starts, 17 games, 2 goals, 2 assists

Horizon League

Isaias “Junior” Juarez, freshman, D, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Started, played 90 minutes in UWM’s 2-1 win over Oakland on Saturday. Juarez started and played 90 minutes in UWM’s 1-0 win over Northern Illinois on Wednesday. Next match for Juarez is on November 9th.
Season: 10 starts, 10 games, 1 assist

Kostas Kotselas, freshman, F, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Came off the bench, played 18 minutes and ASSISTED ON A GOAL in a 2-1 win over Oakland on Saturday. Kotselas came off the bench, played 30 minutes and ASSISTED ON A GOAL in a 1-0 win over Northern Illinois on Wednesday. Next match for Juarez is on November 9th.
Season: 5 starts, 12 games, 3 assists

Augustine Rey, sophomore, GK, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Did not feature in UWM’s 2-1 win over Oakland on Saturday and 1-0 win over Northern Illinois on Wednesday. Next match for Juarez is on November 9th.
Season: 0 starts, 0 games

Great Northwest Athletic Conference

Alfredo Zendejas, sophomore, M, Northwest Nazarene University: Came off then bench in NNU’s 0-7 loss to Simon Fraser on Thursday. Zendejas also came off the bench in NNU’s 0-1 OT loss to Western Washington University on Saturday. Next match for Zendejas is on Thursday against University of Mary on the road; kickoff set for 6:00 p.m. PST.
Season: 7 starts, 12 games

WAC – Western Athletic Conference

AJ Esparza, freshman, D, Air Force Academy: Started, played 110 minutes in AFA’s 1-1 OT draw with Seattle University on Friday. Esparza also started and played 110 minutes in AFA’s 1-1 OT draw with San Jose on Sunday. Next match for Esparza is on Friday against UNLV at home; kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. PST.
Season: 6 starts, 7 games

Joey Speshock, sophomore, GK, Air Force Academy: Did not feature in AFA’s 1-1 OT draw with Seattle Univeristy on Friday and 1-1 OT draw with San Jose on Sunday. Next match for Spesho0ck is on Friday against UNLV at home; kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. PST.
Season: 4 starts, 5 games, 10 goals allowed, 14 saves

Amer Sasivarevic, freshman, F, Grand Canyon University: Started, played 82 minutes and ASSISTED ON A GOAL in GCU’s 1-3 loss to San Jose State on Friday. Sasivarevic started and played 67 minutes in GCU’s 0-3 loss to Seattle on Sunday. Next match for Sasivarevic is on Friday at home against CSU Bakersfield; kickoff set for 7:00 p.m. PST.
Season: 13 starts, 13 games, 3 assists

Jose “Bean” Vasquez, freshman, M, Grand Canyon University: Vasquez is redshirting this year.
Season: 0 starts, 0 games

Nick Semintendi, freshman, M, Grand Canyon University: Currently injured.
Season: 0 goals, 1 game

Brandon Marquez, freshman, D, Seattle U: Did not feature in Seattle’s 1-1 OT draw with Air Force on Friday and 3-0 win over GCU on Sunday. Next match for Marquez is on Friday against Houston Baptist; kickoff set for 5:00 p.m. PST.
Season: 0 starts, 4 games

Northeast Conference

Nick Cavaretta, junior, M, Long Island University: Did not feature in LIU’s 1-1 OT draw with Bryant on Friday and 0-1 loss to Fairleigh Dickinson on Sunday. Next match for LIU is on Sunday against Sacred Heart on the road; kickoff set for 10:00 a.m. PST.
Season: 1 start, 6 games

West Coast Conference

David Flores, junior, M, Loyola Marymount University: Loyola did not have any matches this past week. Next match is on Friday against Saint Mary’s on the road; kickoff set for 3:00 p.m. PST.
Season:0 starts, 6 games, 1 goal

Mountain West

Julio Alarcon, R-freshman, D, San Diego State University: Currently injured.
Season: 1 start, 3 games

Casey Phillips, R-sophomore, D, San Diego State University: Started, played 36 minutes in SDSU’s 0-2 loss to Washington on Thursday. Came off of the bench and played 47 minutes in SDSU’s 2-0 win over Oregon State on Sunday. Next match for Phillips is on Friday against California on the road; kickoff set for 3:00 p.m. PST.
Season: 4 starts, 12 games

Big West

Elliot Farmer, sophomore, GK, University of California-Irvine: Did not feature in UCI’s 1-0 win over Cal State Northridge on Saturday. Next match for Farmer is on Saturday at home against Cal State Fullerton; kickoff set for 7:00 p.m. PST.
Season: 0 starts, 0 games

Atlantic 10 Conference

Brian Bates, sophomore, F/M, University of Dayton: Came off the bench and played 25 minutes in Dayton’s 1-0 win over Duquesne on Friday and did not feature in Dayton’s 0-1 loss to St. Bonaventure on Sunday. Next match for Bates is on Sunday against La Salle on the road; kickoff set for 10:00 a.m. PST.
Season: 0 starts, 2 games

America East Conference

Rodrigo Uriarte, freshman, D, Stony Brook University: Started, played 75 minutes in SBU’s 0-1 loss to Hartford on Sunday. Next match for Uriarte is on Saturday at home against Vermont; kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. PST.
Season: 13 starts, 14 games

Southland Conference

Cesar Cobos, freshman, GK, University of the Incarnate Word: Incarnate Word did not have any matches this past week. Next match is on Thrusday against Belmont on the road; kickoff set for 1:30 p.m. PST.
Season: 0 starts, 0 games

Dylan Kelly, sophomore, F, University of the Incarnate Word: Incarnate Word did not have any matches this past week. Next match is on Thrusday against Belmont on the road; kickoff set for 1:30 p.m. PST.
Season: 2 starts, 9 games

Big South Conference

Brandon Johnston, Freshman, M, Gardner Webb University: Currently injured.
Season: 0 starts, 0 games

Antonio “Tony” Murillo, Freshman, M, High Point University: Recovering from an injury will miss the remainder of the season.
Season: 0 starts, 0 games

Luis Chavez, Freshman, M, Liberty University: Did not feature in Liberty’s 0-1 loss to Coastal Carolina on Friday and 2-1 OT win over Longwood on Tuesday. Next match for Chavez is on Saturday against Campbell on the road; kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. PST.
Season: 0 starts, 5 games

Lone Star Conference

Eric Gonzalez, Freshman, M, West Texas A&M University: Came off the bench in West Texas’ 1-1 OT draw with Eastern New Mexico on Thursday. Gonzalez came off the bench and SCORED A GOAL in West Texas’ 2-1 win over Fort Hays State on Tuesday. Next match for Gonzalez is on Sunday at home against Fort Hays State; kickoff set for 12:00 p.m. PST.
Season: 0 starts, 4 games, 1 goal, 1 assist

One Response to GSA Exports College Edition: Gonzalez scores first goal, Lennon scores match winning goal, graduates combine for 6 assists and more

  1. Lehua Clay says:

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