NXT Watch: Christian Feliziani and Justin Schwenk Spark Early Success for Ohio State & UVA
Feb 15, 2018
Each Thursday through the college season, we will share a weekly round-up highlighting our NXT Alums having success at the college level.
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-Conner Campbell, NXT 2014: 1 Assist, 4 Groundballs, 3 Caused Turnovers in a 14-3 win over Ferrum
Washington & Lee
-AJ Witherell, NXT 2015: 1 Goal, 1 Assist in a season opening loss to York College. AJ recorded 2 Goals & 1 Assist in a loss to Christopher Newport University.
-Taylor Witherell, NXT 2017: 1 Goal, 1 Assist in a loss to Christopher Newport University.
-Jake Hvazda, NXT 2016: 1 Goal in his college debut for York, a 10-4 win over Washington & Lee.
-Tommy Sopko, NXT 2017: 1 Goal in his college debut, an 11-9 win over Marist. Sopko followed followed up his collegiate debut with 2 Goals & 1 Assist in a 14-12 win over Bryant.
-Sam Bouhdary, NXT 2016: 1 Groundball, 2 Caused Turnovers in Michigan’s 15-5 opening win over Cleveland State. Sam contributed 2 Groundballs & 1 Caused Turnover in a second Wolverine win over Bellarmine.
New Jersey Institute of Technology
-Colton Johnson, NXT 2017: 1 Goal in NJIT's seasoning opening loss to Army, his collegiate debut. Johnson has appeared in all three games so far for NJIT.
Goal from Johnson (#14) here (video)
-Christian Feliziani, NXT 2016: 9 for 16 at the faceoff X while picking up 5 Groundballs and scoring 1 goal, his first as a Buckeye in a 15-9 win over Boston University. Feliziani also went 10 of 12 facing off with 3 Groundballs in a season openining win over Cleveland State. Christian was named the "Specialist of the Week" for the Big 10 Conference.
-Ryan Terefenko, NXT 2016: 4 Groundballs, 1 assist to open his Sophmore season at OSU vs Cleveland State
-Colby Smith, NXT 2017: Scored 1 Goal on his first touch as a Buckeye in their season-opening win over Cleveland State
-Kevin Todd, NXT 2016: Was a starter for the first time as his sophomore season kicked off
-Jason Reynolds, NXT 2017: Was a starter in his first collegiate game for the Spiders, a 9-6 loss to UMBC. Reynolds had 3 Groundballs & 3 Caused Turnovers on the day.
-Justin Schwenk, NXT 2016: Finished 16 of 26 at the X while picking up 6 Groundballs to help UVA defeat #10 Loyola 13-12 in Double Overtime. Schwenk also won the opening faceoff in the 2nd OT which led to the game winning goal.
-Tommy Meyers, NXT 2015: Went 4-6 at the X with 3 Groundballs in a loss to Army, then went 4-8 with 2 Groundballs in a 13-9 win over Sacred Heart
-Clayton Proctor, NXT 2017: Picked up his first collegiate point with 1 Assist in a win over Sacred Heart