2021 XF Fall College Roundup

October 18

Declan McGlynn continues his rich vein of form bagging another goal for SU who came from behind to beat Air force 2-1 in the WAC. Nic Grotle collected his first assist of the season for Colorado Springs in a tight 4-3 loss to Fort Lewis. Francisco Magana scored his second goal of the year and a late equalizer for Cal. State U. Sacramento against UC San Diego. Charlie Ostrem scored his first goal of the fall to continue UW’s perfect start. UW comfortably defeated Gonzaga 3-0 to move to 12-0. Kameron Carey earned his first points for UC  Davis. Carey assisted the fifth goal demolishing CSUN 5-0. Bailey Letherman got his fourth assist for UNLV in vain losing out to Utah Valley.

Kyra Bethune scored a goal in Occidental College’s 1-1 tie with Cal Lutheran University. Sophia Green had a great weekend for U. of Nebraska Omaha. Green got an assist in a tight 2-1 loss to Kansas City, but scored the game winner to defeat Oral Roberts 1-0. SU Freshman Kate Raffensperger earned her first college points with an assist against Grand Canyon. Last week Raffensperger was named to Top Drawer Soccer’s top 100 players in college soccer coming in at #69. Kait was an XF player all the way for over 10 years. Kelsey Turnbow scored another goal for Santa Clara, who beat SF 2-0. Mallaika Tomar scored her first goal of the season for Columbia University. CU smashed Adelphi 6-0. Kayla Soderstrom and Claire Jo Diede racked up the points for Northwest University’s this weekend. NWU won 5-0 and 4-0.  Jo Diede scored three and assisted one, while Soderstrom scored one and had three assists.

October 11

A quieter week for the boys, but not for Declan McGlynn who scored his fourth goal of the fall to become top goal scorer for SU this season. SU moved to 7-6 overcoming Utah Valley 2-1. Alden Massey and SPU (9-1) extend their winning streak to six. Massey scored a goal in each wins vs Northwest Nazarene, 2-1 and Saint Martin’s, 6-0. Nik Reierson scored against NN and assisted a goal against SM. Phillip Kostenko picked up his first assist this year in University of Redland’s 3-0 win over UC Santa Cruz.

What a week for Kelsey Turnbow and Santa Clara. Turnbow played a pivotal role in the 3-1 and 3-2 victories over Pacific and Gonzaga, respectively. Turnbow bagged a brace of goals against Pacific and then a pair of assists versus Gonzaga. Helena Reischling assisted her first goal of the season for UW in a big 1-0 win over UC in Seattle last Thursday. Ashly Berge assisted a goal for Boise State University to overcome Fresno St. 2-1. Kaya Baird doubled her goal tally to two for the year for Southern Oregon University. SOU defeated Carrol 3-1. Riley Travis continues her incredible goalkeeping record for Seattle Pacific University. Travis earned her seventh shutout this season from just 9 games, which includes 24 saves. SPU beat Simon Fraser 2-0 and WWU 1-0 this weekend. A good weekend for USC pair Anna Smith and Zoe Burns. Zoe Burns scored her first goal of the year and Smith secured a shut out in the 7-0 demolition of Utah. Claire Jo Diede scored a goal in Northwest University’s comfortable 3-0 win over Bushnell.

October 4

UW  men continue their winning streak to nine with two huge victories over #13 San Diego State, 1-0 (OT) and #23 UCLA 2-1. Charlie Ostrem again with the assists. Ostrem set up one goal in both games. Seattle U had a strong weekend picking up two wins and two shutouts against UNLV and Dixie State. Crossfire had a big part in both victories! Hal Uderitz scored, and Rory King assisted in a 2-0 win over UNLV. Declan McGlynn picked up his third assist of the season in the 4-0 hammering of Dixie State. Alden Massey and SPU (7-1) continued their strong start to the season with a pair of wins this weekend. Massey assisted the opening goal in the 2-1 win over Hawaii Pacific. Massey then assisted and scored the game winner in OT against Mont. St. Billings in a 4-3 thriller in Seattle on Saturday evening. Francisco Magana scored his first goal of the year for Cal. State U. Sacramento in a closely fought 3-2 win over UC Irvine. Kaydin Wall set up Lucas Hakamada to score in vain for Western Washington’s 3-2 loss to Northwest Nazarene.

Paige Satterlee played a key part for UNM and their two wins. Satterlee assisted a goal in a 2-1 OT win over Utah. Satterlee also defended a shut out to narrowly overcome Boise St. 1-0. Jen Estes grabbed her third assist of the season to propel Princeton to 9-1-1. Princeton smashed Bucknell 6-1 and Dartmouth 3-0. A tougher week for UW’s women, but Ameera Huseen was still able to get her second assist this season vs Colorado. Santa Clara started their league campaign with a win thanks to Kelsey Turnbow and Sally Menti who both bagged a goal overcoming San Diego 2-0. Saturday’s goal was Menti’s first goal for Santa Clara.

September 27

It was a great week for SPU (5-1) and Alden Massey who picked up two wins this week. Massey scored in both victories vs Chaminade and Hawaii Hilo. Nik Reierson also scored in the 4-0 win over Chaminade. Francisco Magana assisted the game tying goal for Cal. State U. Sacramento versus Western Michigan on Friday night. UW (7-0) continue their perfect start to the season. Ostrem assisted the first goal in their 2-1 win over rival SU. Declan McGlynn equalized for SU. In their second game of the week, Christian Soto assisted the second goal to cement the win vs Portland. Ostrem also picked up another assist. Bailey Letherman notched his first goal of the season for UNLV to move to 5 points for the season.

Sophie Hirst helped Harvard get off to winning ways in the Ivy League defeating Penn 3-0 with an assist. Paige Satterlee scored the game winner for UNM to notch her first goal of the season. Jen Estes tallied a goal and an assist for Princeton who dominated Yale in their Ivy League season opener. Kaya Baird was another XF alum to score their first goal of the season. Baird had the game winner for Southern Oregon University to topple #20 Oregon Tech 2-1. Riley Travis collected another pair of shutouts in goal for SPU. SPU are 5-0 having only conceded one goal with Travis between the posts. Katie Doung earned her first assist for Stanford in their convincing 3-0 win vs Utah. Zoe Burns was awarded the player of the game for USC’s close 2-1 win over Oregon State.

September 20

In a battle between the past two National Champions, Katie Duong scored the winner for #10 Stanford, who triumphed 3-1 over #11 Santa Clara, which also featured XF alums Kelsey Turnbow, Sally Menti and Kylie Foutch. Former Crossfire players played a pivotal role in the UW vs. SU game last week. Ameera Hussen assisted Helena Reischling to score the gamer winner for UW in OT. Freshmen Kait Raffensperger played all 106 minutes for SU. Gracyn Kuerner picked up her first assist of the campaign to help move Princeton to 6-1-1 beating Delaware 4-0. Kate Doyle and Gonzaga (9-1) continue their strong start to the year. Doyle assisted a goal in their 4-0 win over New Mexico State to add to her previous 4 goals and 1 assist. GK Riley Travis picked up two shut outs for SPU (3-0-0) to maintain their 100% start. Anna Smith was another former XF GK who picked up two shutouts for USC against CSun and US Santa Barbara. Mack Frimpong and Kelis Barton collected an assist in a pair of wins for WSU. Freshmen GK Natalie Rinker earned her first minutes and shutout for Tufts University.

Noe Meza grabbed his second goal of the season for Seattle University in a close loss to University of Portland. Nic Grotle notched his third goal of the season in University of Colorado, Colorado Springs’ dramatic 3-2 victory over Northeastern State. Alden Massey picked up his first points of the season with a goal and an assist in a loss and tie this weekend for SPU. Phillip Kostenko scored his first goal of the season for University of Redlands cruising past Caltech 5-0. Keep an eye out for the big local UW vs SU game this Monday, 7pm @ Seattle U!



  • Seattle University

Paolo Colello, Sterling Eaglin, Rory King, Hal Uderitz, Declan McGlynn Noe Meza


  • U. of Colorado, Colorado Springs

Nic Grotle


  • University of Portland

Michael Hatcher, Wesley Frankel


  • Brown University

Michael Chung, Kojo Dadzie Andrew Rose


  • Seattle Pacific University

Tyler Collings, Ed Weise, Alden Massey, Lars Hellerman, Nik Reierson, Johnny Lo Evan Aune


  • Linfield College

Marques Herrera


  • Cal. State U. Sacramento

Francisco Magana


  • Santa Clara University

Aaron Sandhu


  • St. Mary’s University

Christian Engman, Greg Brighton, Jude Zamora


  • University of Washington

Christian Soto, Charlie Ostrem, Cooper Brunell Nate Jones,


  • University of Redlands

Phillip Kostenko


  • Western Washington U.

Iakov Shmelov, Kaydin Wall, Lucas Hakamada, Theo Steinmetz


  • UC – Davis

Kameron Carey


  • University Nevada Las Vegas

Bailey Letherman


  • Whittier College

Matt Slee


  • University of Vermont

Edgar Vargas


  • Chapman University

Riley Thomas


  • Cal Lutheran University

Caleb Merrill and Jackson Endsley


  • Evergreen State College

Keegan Storkson


  • Providence College

Gage Rafterey


  • University of Colorado – Colorado Springs

Avary Olson


  • Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo

James Burkholder


  • Cal State University – Northridge

Omar Grey




  • University of Portland

Shay Adams, Kayla Adams


  • Harvard University

Sophie Hirst, Taylor Nielsen


  • Wesleyan University

Rachel Birney


  • Occidental College

Kyra Bethune, Rosi Plaschinski, Ella Armstrong


  • University of New Mexico

Paige Satterlee,


  • U. of Nebraska Omaha

Sophia Green


  • University of Illinois

Sydney Carste


  • Eastern New Mexico University

Selena Casias


  • Concordia U., Nebraska

Ellie Eason


  • University of Notre Dame

Maddie Mooney, Aly Akers


  • Claremont McKenna College

Lizzie Iwicki


  • Princeton University

Gracyn Kuerner, Jennifer Estes


  • Depaul University

Elena Milan


  • Williams College

Jaqueline Nordhoff


  • University of Redlands

Taylor Pisan, Alanna Farrington, Rosie Plachinski


  • University of Washington

Helena Reischling, Ameera Hussen, Mireya Grey, Mary Johnston, Lily Ramos


  • Seattle University

Kate Raffensperger Liv Isakson


  • University of Montana

Allison Monroe, Maddie Seelhoff


  • Santa Clara University

Kelsey Turnbow, Sally Menti Kylie Foutch


  • University of Florida

Amaya Simoni-Walters


  • Boise State University

Ashly Berge


  • Gonzaga University

Charley Boone, Kathryn Doyle


  • University of San Diego

Maronne Suzuki


  • Southern Oregon University

Kaya Baird

  • University of Hawaii

Natalie Daub


  • Columbia University

Mallaika Tomar


  • Seattle Pacific University

Riley Travis


  • Stanford University

Katie Duong


  • USC

Anna Smith, Zoe Burns


  • WSU

Mack Frimpong, Kelis Barton


  • Tufts University

Natalie Rinker


  • Northwest University

Kayla, Soderstrom, Donnya Kvinge, Trinity Mischel, Claire Jo Diede



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