Academy College Report - Aug 28

Bourgeois records an assist as Tulsa wins big

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Courtesy of Sporting KC

With preseason friendlies in the books, most NCAA men's soccer programs played non-conference games last weekend. Here is a look at how Dynamo Academy players performed, sorted by year of eligibility:

Seniors
Matt Boullt, DF, Tulsa (Fort Bend Clements) Dynamo bio | Tulsa bio
Boullt started and played 65 minutes as Tulsa blanked University of Missouri - Kansas City 4-0. Click here for match highlights.

Juniors
Sebastien Ibeagha, DF, Duke (Fort Bend Hightower) Dynamo bio | Duke bio
Ibeagha traveled to South Bend last weekend and came out on the wrong side of a 1-0 scoreline to Notre Dame. The Dynamo Academy center back started, played 90 minutes and picked up a yellow card in the loss. Click here for match highlights.

Johnny Torres, MF, Liberty (Humble Atascocita) Dynamo bio | Liberty bio
Torres started and picked up a yellow card in a 2-0 season-opening loss to N.C. State. Click here to see photos from the match.

Sophomores
Leo Ayala, DF, Central Florida (Challenge Early College) Dynamo bio | UCF bio
The former Dynamo Academy captain started and played 80 minutes in a 2-1 win over Florida Atlantic University. Ayala picked up a yellow card in the match. Following the win, UCF moved to No. 25 in TopDrawerSoccer.com's weekly rankings.

Alan Hernandez, DF, Rhode Island (Pearland) Dynamo bio | URI bio
Hernandez started and played 90 minutes in the Rams 1-0 loss to Vermont.

Ábe Matamoros, MF, Tulsa (Strake Jesuit) Dynamo bio | Tulsa bio
Matamoros started and played 87 minutes for Tulsa in a 4-0 victory over UMKC. Click here for match highlights.

Freshmen
Bradley Bourgeois, DF, Tulsa (Cy Fair) Dynamo bio | Tulsa bio
Bourgeois (pictured, above right) made an immediate impact on his new club, starting and playing 90 minutes at center back in a 4-0 victory over UMKC. The former Dynamo Academy captain made some strong plays on the defensive side of the ball and chipped in on offense, assisting on the fourth goal of the night for Tulsa. Click here for match highlights.

Isaiah Noreiga, MF, Duquesne (Kingwood Park) Dynamo bio | Duquesne bio
Noreiga came on as a sub in both of Duquesne's matches in the Duquesne Invitational. The Dukes defeated Howard 4-0 on Friday before falling to Niagara 4-2 on Sunday.