Four college captains and plenty of talent headline our college season review, brought to you by Mes Que soccer pub and restaurant on Hertel Avenue. Taking a look at the 2013 FC Buffalo players as college postseason hits its stride…

— Andrew Bednarsky is going dancing, captaining the St. Lawrence Saints to the NCAA tournament after a six goal, eight assist season that saw him put a remarkable 62 percent of his shots on goal. The midfielder from head coach Brendan Murphy’s alma mater has been sensational in 2013, scoring the Liberty League game-winning goal in the 65th minute and being named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. Four of his goal so far have been game winners.


— Chris Walter and the Hartwick Hawks play on, as they’ll face Western Michigan in the Mid American Conference semifinals on Friday. Chris scored twice and added two assists in manning both defender and holding midfielder positions over the year, starting 15 matches.

— Albany midfielder Anthony Rozzano is onto the America East semifinals and looking at a Wednesday date with No. 6 in the nation UMBC. Rozzy is second on the Great Danes with 28 shots and has recorded a goal and an assist.

— Defender Jake Rinow captained Cornell to a 7-5-4 record and has two goals and two assists so far. The Big Red host Columbia on Saturday in its final match of the season.

— Defender Nick Garcia was one of only two Niagara Purple Eagles to start every match in 2013, and one of his two goals sank Canisius in the Battle of the Bridge rivalry. Two goals on four shots, both game winners… not too bad, Nick!

Bobby Ross captained Brockport to an 11-2-5 mark. The Golden Eagles spent time on the D-III national rankings before being eliminated in the semifinals of the SUNYAC Tournament by Cortland. Bobby scored six goals and added six assists and was one of only two Brockport players to start all 18 games.

— Will Hudson and Asani Samuels provided the bulk of Canisius offense in its 7-9-2 season. Will scored six goals and added an assist for the Griffs while Asani scored thrice and added two assists, leading the team in shots on goal with 22.

— St. Bonaventure went 8-9-2 on the season with three FCB alums featuring prominently. Steven Carcaterro played in all 19 games registering a goal and two assists. Jeremy Figler played net in all 19 games with a 1.55 goals against average and .727 save percentage. Kolby Banker scored a goal and played in all 19 matches at defense while Temple transfer Mitch Skrabacz played in nine games for his new squad.

– Defender Adam Lauko‘s Wisconsin Badgers are 29th in the nation with a sterling 13-3-2 record. Adam has appeared in 5 games with two starts for Wiscy.

– Ben Ramin and Andrew Coughlin‘s seasons with Syracuse recently ended after the Orange went 10-7-1 on the year.

– Jeff Thomas of Alfred and James Wheeler  of Nazareth were sidelined for the 2013 season with injuries.