Irakoze Donasiyano photo courtesy University of Virginia Athletics
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 came on as a 77th-minute substitute against Mjällby Saturday. He did not accrue any statistics in the 2-0 win.
Up next: Hamarby v. AIK • Sunday, 10:30 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 Independiente Santa Fe’s 2-1 win over La Equidad. Although he’s fallen out of favor with the technical staff after a few rough performances, fixture congestion with Copa Libertadores beginning could see him get back onto the field.
Up next: Santa Fe v. Junior F.C. • Thursday, 9:00 p.m. CDT in Copa Libertadores Group D
Santa Fe v. Junior F.C. • Saturday, time TBD in Apertura playoff
Defender Irakoze Donasiyano
With University of Virginia for the spring NCAA season.
Virginia did not get selected to the NCAA Tournament as an at-large, and Donasiyano’s college career has come to an end.
Up next: USL awaits! Maybe MLS!
Forward Leroy Enzugusi
With Drake University for the spring NCAA season.
Drake lost to Loyola (Chicago) 4-1 in the MVC semifinals. Enzugusi managed just one shot, and also committed a foul. Drake was not selected as an at-large to the NCAA Tournament, and Enzugusi’s college career is over.
Up next: Enzugusi’s professional journey awaits.
Defender Tom Judge
With James Madison University through spring NCAA season.
James Madison drew a pair of games in the CAA Tournament, but won each of them on penalties to win the league and earn an automative bid to the Big Dance. Judge did not feature in the 1-1 draw against Drexel (JMU advanced 8-7 on penalties) or the 0-0 draw against Hofstra (JMU advanced 4-3 on penalties).
The Dukes received a bye into the second round of the NCAA Tournament, where UCF is on the docket for May 2. The game kicks off at 4 p.m. CDT in Wilson, N.C.
Up next: James Madison has a week off to prepare for the Tournament
Goalkeeper Tor Saunders
With Coastal Carolina for the spring NCAA season.
Coastal Carolina lost to Liberty 2-1. Saunders made two saves, but the Flames also put two past him in the loss.
The Chants were the winner of the Sun Belt’s Fall season and earned the NCAA Tournament bid that comes with it. They have a bye into the second round, and will play No. 5 Wake Forest at 4 p.m. CDT May 2 in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Up next: Costal Carolina has a week to prepare for the Tournament
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