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Union Academy in College: Week 10

Jared Martinelli makes American Athletic Honor Roll; Connor Maloney scores golazo and Colin Hester has a two-assist night for West Virginia.

Keegan Rosenberry
Keegan Rosenberry
By Matt Ralph

Senior midfielder Jared Martinelli didn't score, but his performance in Temple's 2-0 loss to SMU on Saturday was notable. Martinelli logged four shots, two on goal in the match. He has a goal and three assists on the season in 13 games and 7 starts.

Junior forward Connor Maloney scored his seventh of the season with a beautiful strike in the first half against Northwestern on Sunday, but Penn State conceded a pair of late goals to fall 2-1 and slip under .500 at 6-7-3 on the year. Maloney leads the team in goals for the second straight year.

Rosenberry assist keeps Georgetown unbeaten in conference

Senior defender Keegan Rosenberry helped Georgetown overcome an early deficit with an assist on Bakie Goodman's 26th minute equalizer in an eventual 2-1 win over Villanova on Saturday. The assist was his third of the season and 10th of his career.

Senior Melvin Snoh played 30 minutes in the match off the bench, and junior Brett Campbell started and played 50 minutes for the Hoyas, which improved to 8-0 in conference play.

Colin Hester has two-assist night

West Virginia sophomore Colin Hester, who played with the Union Academy team in the 2011 Generation Adidas Cup, took advantage of a rare start on Tuesday night, recording assists on both of the Mountaineers goals in a 3-2 loss to Penn. The appearance was only his seventh of the season.

Kyle Morton gets shutout against Hofstra

Redshirt junior goalkeeper Kyle Morton made seven saves to blank Hofstra (ranked nationally at No. 17 at the time) on Saturday. The clean sheet was the fourth of the season for the West Chester native and the 15th of his career. He has a goals against average of 1.18 this season in 16 games.