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Union Academy Alumni Roundup

Updates on Union Academy alumni from the first half of June.

Zach Zandi
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Zachary Zandi’s first season in the Premier Development League has been a fruitful one as the Villanova sophomore landed on the Team of the Week with a two-goal performance for Reading United against Ocean City Nor'easters on June 4.

Zandi started and played 63 minutes in United's 3-2 win over Baltimore Bohemians on June 10. Brett Campbell assisted on Paul Marie's seventh minute goal in the match. The Georgetown senior has two goals and an assist on the season.

Billy McConnell, Will Campbell and Kevin Carvalho also saw the field in the Baltimore match. Will Campbell started and played the full 90 minutes of the Ocean City game.

Stanford senior defender Brian Nana-Sinkham delivered a 90th minute consolation for the Burlingame Dragons in a 2-1 loss to Fresno Fuego on June 2. The defender has started three games for the Dragons this season. Stanford teammate Andrew Skundrich has started two games in the back line for the Dragons.

Delaware sophomore John Schroeder made his PDL debut as a substitute in South Florida Surf's 3-2 win over IMG Academy on June 11. Schroeder came on in the 84th minute of the match.

Lehigh Valley United picked up its first win on Sunday with a 2-1 win over Evergreen FC. Goalkeeper Kyle Morton had four saves in the match and SMU midfielder Colten Habecker played 66 minutes in the match.

LIU Brooklyn senior Logan Keys made his season debut in goal in a 2-0 loss to Jersey Express on June 8. Morgan Hackworth played nine minutes in the match and Habecker played 33 minutes.

USL

FC Cincinnati midfielder Jimmy McLaughlin has two goals and an assist in 12 games for the expansion USL team. His 1,000 minutes played are fifth on the team and he's third in goals and points.

Colorado Rapids midfielder Zach Pfeffer hasn't made his debut for the first team yet, but he's gotten time on loan with Charlotte Independence. To date, he's played seven games and 261 minutes, most recently a 63-minute start in a 1-0 loss to Bethlehem Steel FC.

MLS

Christian Francois is on trial with the New York Red Bulls.