David Accam photo by Tim Sullivan/Club and Country
Welcome to Boys in Not Gold, taking a look at Nashville SC’s players who are currently away on assignment. We take it at the top with a first goal at the international level.
Winger David Accam
On year-long loan to Hammarby IF in Sweden
Accam finally made his debut for Hammarby in the Svenska Cupen, and it went well! He scored the eventual game-winner in the 99th minute of Thursday’s 3-2 Hammarby victory against Trelleborg in the quarterfinal round:
He came on as a 70th-minute sub Sunday, helping see out a 1-0 win against Djugården in the semis.
Up next: Hamarby v. Malmö FF in the Allsvenskan opener • Saturday, 8:00 a.m. CDT
Defender Miguel Nazarit
On season-long loan to Independiente Santa Fe in Colombia
Nazarit was not in the lineup (nor on the bench) for either of Independiente Santa Fe’s contests over the past week. Also not listed on the club’s injury report, he’s being held out via decision of the technical staff.
Up next: Santa Fe v. Millonarios • Sunday, 8:00 p.m. CDT
Defender Irakoze Donasiyano
With University of Virginia for the spring NCAA season.
Donasiyano started and went the distance in the Cavaliers’ 2-1 loss at Louisville Friday. His only statistical contribution was a single foul committed.
Up next: UVa @ Pittsburgh • 6 p.m. CDT Thursday
Forward Leroy Enzugusi
With Drake University for the spring NCAA season.
Drake beat Bradley 2-1 in OVC play. Enzugusi took four shots (one on goal), and notched the assist on the Bulldogs’ game-winning strike. In 75 minutes, he also committed a single foul.
Up next: Drake @ Evansville • 6 p.m. CDT Friday (ESPN+)
Defender Tom Judge
With James Madison University through spring NCAA season.
James Madison beat William & Mary 1-0 on the road. Judge went the distance at left back, and took a shot that drew a 90th-minute save from the W&M goalkeeper.
Up next: James Madison v. UNC Wilmington • 4 p.m. CDT Friday
Defender Sondre Norheim
Norheim started and went the distance in Syracuse’s 1-0 victory over St. Francis (Pa.), but only came away with one foul committed to show for it in the statbook.
Unfortunately, Syracuse’s season comes to an untimely end as the 2-7-4 Orange will call it a year after positive coronavirus tests see the cancelation of their final two regular-season contests.
Up next: The professional game awaits! Norheim will await guidance from Nashville SC on his next steps.
Goalkeeper Tor Saunders
With Coastal Carolina for the spring NCAA season.
Coastal Carolina beat UNC Wilmington 2-1. Saunders made six saves against the one goal allowed as he went the distance between the pipes.
Up next: Coastal Carolina @ College of Charleston • 5 p.m. CDT Sunday
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