Saplings at School - Catching Up

Got behind on the Saplings at School, so before conference championships get wrapped up and the NCAA Tournament bids are handed out - here's how the Timbers Academy grads are doing at the Division I level.

Isaac Strever (Jr., M, Air Force) – The junior has 12 starts in 16 matches for the Falcons and has taken five shots on the season, placing three on frame. Strever and the Falcons are 12-6-1 on the season (6-3-1 WAC) and meet Cal St.-Bakersfield in the opening round of the WAC Tournament on Thursday.

Niko de Vera (Jr., D, Akron) – The junior outside back has posted seven starts in 15 matches played for the Zips and scored his lone goal of the season in a 7-0 drubbing of Northern Illinois. De Vera recorded an assist in a 3-2 win over Grand Canyon, and most recently in a 3-0 victory over Western Michigan. The Zips are 10-5-3 (3-1-1 WAC) and host Western Michigan in the MAC Championship on Friday.

Anthony Macchione (Jr., F, Akron) – The junior has not played this season.

Peter Prescott (So., D, Creighton) – Prescott leads the Blue Jays in minutes played with 1700 and has started all 18 matches this season. Prescott has scored one goal and recorded one assist on the season, with his goal serving as a game winner against Penn. Creighton is 10-5-3 (5-3-1 BIG EAST) and will visit Providence on Thursday in the BIG EAST Championship semifinals.

Stefan Wutte (RJr., D., Creighton) – Wutte has appeared in two matches, playing 20 minutes.

Bennett Lehner (Fr., F., Dayton) – Lehner has recorded three starts in 15 matches, scoring two goals on 15 shots. The freshman’s first career goal came in a 2-1 loss to Marist, before scoring a game winner in a 5-0 win over Fort Wayne. The Flyers are 7-8-3 (3-3-2 A-10) this season and head to the Atlantic 10 Championships on Thursday.

Trevor Wilson (Fr., GK, DePaul) – Wilson has appeared in three matches for the Blue Demons, playing 23:54. Wilson has surrendered one goal on the season, on a penalty kick and has tallied one save. The Blue Demons are 9-7-3 (4-5-0 BIG EAST) and had their season end on penalties against Villanova in the BIG EAST Championship quarterfinals.

Toby Holstein (RFr., GK, Gonzaga) – Holstein earned his first start against Saint Mary’s this past Sunday, after having only played 60 minutes in two previous matches. Holstein has surrendered four goals and recorded one saves this season. The Bulldogs are 8-8-1 (2-4-0 WCC) and wrap the regular season on Saturday against Pacific.

Ben White (Jr., D, Gonzaga) – White has two goals and four assists on the season in 14 starts. White’s goals came against Illinois-Chicago and George Mason. White’s goal against George Mason was a game winner.

Jake Kempf (So., F, Gonzaga) – Kempf has made four starts in 17 matches, tallying one goal and two assists. Kempf’s lone goal came in a loss at Air Force.

Austin Sandel (So., D, IUPUI) – Sandel has made one start in one appearance on the year for the Jaguars. IUPUI is 2-15-1 (1-5-0 Summit) and finished the regular season with a Saturday win over Eastern Illinois.

Collin Partee (Jr., GK, Loyola Marymount) – Partee has 16 starts this season, posting an 8-8-0 record with five clean sheets. Partee holds a 1.19 goals against average and has recorded 74 saves. Partee and the Lions are 9-8-0 (3-3-0 WCC) and visit San Francisco on the 12th.

Elijah Kilmer (So., M, Navy) – Kilmer has three starts in eight apperances for the Midshipmen, and has recorded one assist on the season. Navy is 5-9-4 (1-6-2 Patriot League) and wrapped the regular season with a 1-0 loss at Boston.

Nick Ballenger (So., D, Oregon State) – Ballenger has not appeared for the Beavers this season. Oregon State is 6-8-3 (2-5-2 Pac-12) and will visit Washington on Thursday.

Eric Diaz (Fr., D, Oregon State) – Diaz-Gutierrez has four assists on the season for the Beavers, starting in ten matches and appearing in 16.

Jesse Garcia (Jr., M, Oregon State) – After transferring to Oregon State from Akron, Garcia has notched three goals and two assists in 13 appearances, while making seven starts. Garcia’s goals came against Wright State, UNLV and UCLA

Alex Segovia (So., M, Oregon State) – Segovia has one start in seven matches for Oregon State. Segovia has taken three shots on the season for OSU.

Reid Baez (So., M, Portland) – Baez has four appearances on the season for the Pilots this season. Portland is 11-5-1 (5-1-0 WCC) and hosts Saint Mary’s on the 12th.

Gio Magana-Rivera (Fr., M, Portland) – Magana-Rivera has 13 starts in 17 matches, while scoring three goals for the Pilots. Magana-Rivera has goals against Ohio State, Gonzaga and Denver, with his goal against Ohio State proving to be a game winner.

Foster Langsdorf (Jr., F, Stanford) – Langsdorf has 11 goals and two assists on the season, including four game winning strikes in 17 matches. The Pac-12 leader in goals, Langsdorf is ninth in the nation in goals scored. The Pac-12 champion Stanford is 10-3-4 (7-1-1 Pac-12) and is next in action next Friday at California.

Sam Werner (RSo., M, Stanford) – Werner is sitting on one goal and three assists this season for the Cardinal, including one game winning tally. Werner has played in all 17 of Stanford’s matches this season.

Blake Leonetti (So., D, Utah Valley) – Leonetti has played in 17 matches for the Wolverines and has taken one shot on the season. Utah Valley is 15-3-1 (8-1-1 WAC) and will host the WAC this week.

Joe Wheelwright (Fr., GK, Utah Valley) – Has not played this season.

Terrell Lowe (Fr., M, Virginia) – Has played in all 18 of the Cavaliers’ matches, starting in 17 and playing 1459 minutes – fifth most for a field player on the roster. Lowe has one assist on the season and has taken one shot. The Cavaliers are 10-3-5 (3-2-3 ACC) and will await their NCAA tournament fate after falling in the ACC Quarterfinals to Louisville. .

Zachary Nelson (Fr., GK, Xavier) – Nelson earned one start this season and surrendered two goals in the loss. The Musketeers are 8-8-3 (4-4-1 BIG EAST) and fell to Creighton in the BIG EAST Tournament.

Samuel Buzzas (Fr., D, Xavier) – Has not played this season.

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