DURHAM, N.C. – Duke University incoming men’s soccer players Bryson Asher, Cody Brinkman, Jeremy Ebobisse-Ebolo, Carter Manley, Cameron Moseley, Joe Ohaus, Noah Snyder, and Brian White enter their final month of youth competition at the US Soccer Developmental Academy playoffs at the Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield, Indiana.
Ebobisse-Ebolo, a member of Bethesda-Olney SC Academy U-17/18, leads the group of newcomers scoring 32 goals in 22 games this season. He scored the lone two goals in a June 7 victory over the Players Development Academy (PDA) and notched three of the six goals in a June 23 match against Georgia United.
Carter, teammate of Ebobisse-Ebolo, has seen action in 23 games this season, including 22 starts.
Moseley, of Concorde Fire Academy U-17/18, has scored 20 goals in 29 games this season. He scored the lone two goals in a June 1 match against the Capital Area RailHawks Academy.
Snyder, a member of the Philadelphia Union Academy U-17/18, has started 21 of 25 games, contributing six goals this season.
White, a member of the Players Development Academy U-17/19, has seen action in 23 games this year, scoring 20 goals. Ohaus has played in 14 games with 13 starts for PDA.
Asher, a member of Solar Chelsea FC out of Texas, has a team-best eight goals in 27 games. He has started 21 of those contests.
Brinkman, hailing from Durham, is a leader on the Capital Area Railhawks. He has started 28 of his 36 games and has two goals.
Tuesday, June 24
10 a.m. Solar Chelsea SC vs. Bethesda-Olney
10 a.m. De Anza Force vs. Players Development Academy
10 a.m. Philadelphia Union vs. Colorado Rush
12:15 p.m. Concorde Fire vs. Real Salt Lake AZ
12:15 p.m. Capital Area Railhawks vs. Houston Dynamo
Thursday, June 26
10 a.m. Players Development Academy vs. Real So Cal
10 a.m. Bethesda-Olney vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC
10 a.m. Oakwood Soccer Club vs. Philadelphia Union
10 a.m. Concorde Fire vs. Indiana Fire Academy
10 a.m. New England Revolution vs. Capital Area Railhawks
10 a.m. Solar Chelsea vs. Georgia United
Team records and head coach:
Bethesda-Olney SC Academy U-17/18
- 24-2, first place in Atlantic Division
- Head Coach: Matthew Pilkington
Concorde Fire Academy U-17/18
- 20-11-6, third place in Southeast Division
- Head Coach: Everett Webb
Philadelphia Union Academy U-17/18
- 10-5-11, fifth place in Atlantic Division
- Head Coach: Peter Fuller
Players Development Academy U-17/18
- 19-3-4, second place in Atlantic Division
- Head Coach: Sam Nellins
Solar Chelsea FC U- 17/18
- 15-8-5, Wild card in Central Conference
- Head Coach: Kevin Smith
Capital Area Railhawks
- 24-5-9, second place East Conference
- Head coach: John Bradford
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