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Union Academy Alumni Roundup

Joe Farrell haunts Bethlehem Steel FC, Darius Madison goal lifts Kitsap over Seattle Sounders U23 and Brett Campbell scores another for Reading United.

Joe Farrell La Salle Athletics

Bethlehem Steel FC appeared to be heading toward a road win when former La Salle star Joe Farrell scored a 90th minute equalizer to give the defending USL champs a draw.

Farrell, who spent time in the Union Academy in its "club and country" days opened the scoring in the 13th minute but had his goal canceled out by another La Salle alum in Steel FC defender Ryan Richter.

The goals were the second and third of Farrell's pro career through eight games.

Rookie Shane Campbell made a short cameo in Harrisburg City Islanders' 2-1 win over Toronto FC II at Clipper Magazine Stadium in Lancaster on May 24 with a couple of current Union Academy players in the stands. Campbell has played five games and 155 minutes so far this season. His former teammate at Penn State, Brian James, scored his first professional goal for Toronto in the match.

The former Louisville defender/midfielder did not play in Harrisburg's road win over Chattanooga FC in the U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday.


Darius Madison scored his first goal as a professional and it was a big one for Kitsap Pumas. Madison scored the game-winner in the 80th minute, five minutes after subbing into the game, to beat rivals Seattle Sounders FC U23.

It was his first goal since signing a pro contract with Kitsap. He's made three appearances and played 53 minutes so far this season.

Brett Campbell scored his second goal of the season in a 2-2 draw for Reading United against New York Red Bulls U23 on May 28. The Georgetown senior has 13 goals in his career for Reading.

Doyle Tuvesson made his Reading United debut in the match with a 45-minute shift and Zach Zandi and Will Campbell both started and played 90 minutes. Kevin Carvalho played 24 minutes off the bench.

Lehigh Valley United Sonic dropped their third straight to start the season on Wednesday with a 2-1 loss to Ocean City Nor'easters. Morgan Hackworth played 47 minutes in the match and Kyle Morton made two saves.


Christian Kaschak's soccer playing days appear to be over, but his education isn't. The former Penn State midfielder was recently awarded a Big Ten Post-Graduate Scholarship.