LTSC is proud of the players they have sent on to the college ranks. Here is an update of some of our former players and their achievements during the college season.
Jack Richards, DePaul University, Chicago, IL (DI Big East Conference) - Forward
Richards (Downers Grove, IL / Downers Grove North) played 17 games and started 13 for a total of 1194 minutes. 2 Goals, 2 Assists for a total of 6 points with 24 shots on goal.
The Blue Demons finished the season 5-9-3, 2-5-2 in the Big East. Richards was named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for the week of Oct 15.
Isaiah Nieves, Purdue University Northwest, Hammond, IN (DII Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) - Midfield
Nieves (La Grange, IL / Lyons Township) played and started 14 games for a total of 1122 minutes. 6 Goals 4 Assists for a total of 16 points, 46 shots on goal.
Purdue Northwest ends the season with a 9-7-1 record, with midfielder Nieves honored as a part of the All-GLIAC second-team. Nieves ended the season with the third-most shots in the conference with 46, and led the Black and Gold with six goals on the season.
Charlie Hall, Carleton College, Northfield, MN (DIII Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC)) - Midfield
Hall (La Grange, IL / Lyons Township) played and started 21 games for a total of 1637 minutes. The No. 25-ranked Carleton College men’s soccer team (16-2-3) made its fourth-ever appearance in the 2018 NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Championships, advancing to the round of 32 before falling to No. 3 ranked University of Chicago. The Knights finished second in the MIAC during the regular season and earned the conference’s automatic berth in the national tournament by winning the MIAC Playoffs for the third time in school history.
Ty Guinn, St. Norbert College, DePere, WI (DIII Midwest Conference) - Forward
Guinn (Clarendon Hills, IL / Nazareth Academy) played 17 games, started 4. 3 goals for a total of 6 points, with 8 shots. St. Norbert went 17-1-1 Overall, 9-0 in Conference.
The Green Knights were ranked No. 10 in the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III Poll, and advanced to the MWC Tournament Championship. St. Norbert tied a single-season school record for wins this season and was unbeaten in regular season games.