Doyle Tuvesson found his scoring touch for Lehigh Valley United Sonic on July 1, exploding for a second half hat trick and delivering three assists in the team's 7-0 win over Westchester.
The sophomore at Lehigh has played 11 games and 814 minutes for the first-year PDL team, but has played in a more defensive role than he did in his sensational freshman year. The former Union Academy player was second on the Mountain Hawks last fall in goals (5), assists (4) and points (20).
Tuvesson's teammates with Union Academy ties include LIU goalkeeper Logan Keys, who has played in 11 games, 990 minutes and registered 2 clean sheets and George Madison midfielder Colton Amidon, who has played 9 games and 253 minutes. Notre Dame defender Patrick Berneski has played in 3 games and 330 minutes, Duke midfielder Noah Snyder has played in 3 games and 270 minutes and Old Dominion defender Nick Hutchinson has played in 7 games, 581 minutes and scored a goal.
Reading United AC has been lead in scoring by Georgetown junior Brett Campbell, who has 6 goals and 3 assists playing in 9 of the teams 10 games while logging 564 minutes. His Georgetown teammate Keegan Rosenberry has played in 6 games, scoring a goal and delivering a pair of assists. James Madison goalkeeper Kyle Morton has played in every minute of Reading United's seasons, recording 5 clean sheets while Louisville senior Shane Campbell has played in 9 games and delivered a pair of assists in 733 minutes.
Virginia senior Darius Madison has a goal in his only game this summer and Memphis senior Quincy Thomas has a goal in 9 games and 658 minutes logged. North Carolina junior Colton Storm has played in 4 games, logging 259 minutes.
Other players with Union Academy experience playing in PDL this summer include:
- Michigan State defender Andrew Herr, who has played 10 games and 776 minutes for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds U-23 team
- Xavier defender Todd Pratzner, who has played 5 games and 219 minutes for Baltimore Bohemians
- La Salle midfielder Joe Farrell, who has played 9 games, 666 minutes and scored a goal for New York Red Bulls U-23
- Duke midfielder Brian White, who has played 8 games, 412 minutes and scored a goal for New York Red Bulls U-23