Here is a look at how Dynamo Academy players performed, last weekend, with their respective college teams, sorted by year of eligibility:
Matt Boullt, DF, Tulsa (Fort Bend Clements) Dynamo bio | Tulsa bio
Boullt and Tulsa had a busy schedule last weekend, playing No. 3 ranked New Mexico and No. 4 ranked South Florida in the Hurricane Classic. Boullt started and played 80 minutes in Tulsa's 2-1 win over New Mexico. The Dynamo Academy defender came on as a sub in the South Florida match, recording 29 minutes in the 2-1 loss.
Sebastien Ibeagha, DF, Duke (Fort Bend Hightower) Dynamo bio | Duke bio
Ibeagha was active last weekend, playing 90 minutes in Duke's 2-1 loss to Santa Clara on Friday night as well as 90 minutes in Duke's 2-1 win over Delaware on Sunday afternoon. The Dynamo Academy center back put Duke ahead in the 56th minute of Friday's match with a header off a 25-yard free kick. Ibeagha was involved in the action on Sundy as well, contributing an assist on Luis Rendon's game-winner in the 31st minute.
Leo Ayala, DF, Central Florida (Challenge Early College) Dynamo bio | UCF bio
Ayala did not start but played 16 minutes in Central Florida's 2-0 loss to No. 11 Old Dominion University last weekend.
Alan Hernandez, DF, Rhode Island (Pearland) Dynamo bio | URI bio
Hernandez played 90 minutes as well as both overtime periods in Rhode Island's 4-4 draw vs. Bryant University last weekend. The Dynamo Academy defender recorded one shot attempt in the match.
Ábe Matamoros, MF, Tulsa (Strake Jesuit) Dynamo bio | Tulsa bio
Matamoros recorded his first collegiate goal in Tulsa's 2-1 loss to South Florida. The sophomore midfielder picked up the ball at midfield, dribbled toward goal and fired a shot past the goalkeeper from 45 yards. He played 66 minutes in the match against South Florida as well as 49 minutes in Friday's 2-1 win over New Mexico.
Bradley Bourgeois, DF, Tulsa (Cy Fair) Dynamo bio | Tulsa bio
Former Dynamo Academy captain Bradley Bourgeois has quickly carved out a place for himself on the Tulsa backline. The Cy Fair graduated started and played 90 minutes in Friday's win over New Mexico and Sunday's loss to South Florida. Bourgeois also contributed to the attack against South Florida, forcing a save off a corner kick from goalkeeper Eric Osswald in the 25th minute.