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January 6, 2017
LIKE FATHER ...
Ian Harkes named MAC Hermann Trophy winner

ST. LOUIS -- Wake Forest midfielder Ian Harkes became the first son of a MAC Hermann Trophy winner to capture the award, it was announced during a ceremony during the Missouri Athletic Club banquet Friday night.


December 11, 2016
CHAMPIONSHIP REPLAY
Stanford Cardinal men take PK decision in NCAA final

HOUSTON -- The Stanford Cardinal won its second successive NCAA Men’s Championship, taking a penalty kicks victory over Wake Forest after the teams played to a 0-0 draw at BBVA Compass Stadium Sunday.


December 9, 2016
NSCAA ALL-AMERICA TEAM
Totti, Robinson, Gressel earn first team honors

Boston area products Wuilito “Totti” Fernandes and Miles Robinson, plus Providence forward Julian Gressel, have been named first team NSCAA All-Americas.


December 4, 2016
THEY'RE FIGHTING ON
USC Trojans trip West Virginia, win second NCAA title

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The USC Trojans became the fourth multiple winner of the NCAA Women’s Championship, taking a 3-1 victory over No. 1-ranked West Virginia in the final before a 6,612 crowd at Avaya Stadium Sunday.


November 29, 2016
MAC HERMANN TROPHY
Hatch, Sullivan head list of semifinalists

U.S. Women’s National Team members Ashley Hatch (BYU) and Andi Sullivan (Stanford) are among 30 semifinalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy award, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced Tuesday.


November 23, 2016
MEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
25 nominated for College Boot

Twenty-five of the nation's top men's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2015 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the men's college player of the year.


November 23, 2016
WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
32 Nominated for College Boot

Thirty two of the nation's top women's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2016 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the women's college player of the year.


February 2, 2016
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Cardinal's Morris honored with College Boot

Stanford junior forward Jordan Morris is the winner of the 2015 Soccer News Net Men’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


February 1, 2016
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Mountaineers' Buchanan honored with Women's College Boot

West Virginia junior defender Kadeisha Buchanan is the winner of the 2015 Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


January 31, 2016
SUPPORTER'S CHOICE
Monmouth's Acuña Camacho leads College Boot fan vote

Monmouth senior defender David Acuña Camacho has been selected as the winner of the College Boot Supporter's Choice award. He received the most votes from soccer fans in the annual Soccer News Net poll recognizing the national player of the year.


January 30, 2016
SUPPORTER'S CHOICE
Monmouth's Murphy leads College Boot fan vote

Monmouth junior forward Erica Murphy has been selected as the winner of the Women's College Boot Supporter's Choice award. Murphy received the most votes from soccer fans in the annual Soccer News Net poll recognizing the national player of the year.


January 8, 2015
TAKING THE TROPHY
Stanford's Morris, Penn State's Rodriguez win Hermann

ST. LOUIS – A player from each of the 2015 NCAA championship title teams has been named the 2015 MAC Hermann Trophy winners: junior forward Jordan Morris of Stanford and senior midfielder Raquel Rodriguez of Penn State.


December 13, 2015
FIRST FOR STANFORD
Cardinal men crush Clemson to capture College Cup

KANSAS CITY, Kan.--U.S. national team striker Jordan Morris scored twice as Stanford took a 4-0 victory over Clemson in the NCAA Men’s Championship at Sporting Park Sunday, the first national title in the Cardinal’s century-long soccer history.


December 11, 2015
WOMEN'S FINALISTS
Hermann down to Buchanan, Rodriguez and Sonnet

KANSAS CITY, Mo.--- West Virginia junior defender Kadeisha Buchanan (Brampton, Ontario), Penn State senior midfielder Raquel Rodriguez (San Jose, Costa Rica), and Virginia senior defender Emily Sonnet (Marietta, Ga.) are the women's finalists for the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy.


December 11, 2015
HERMANN FINALISTS
Allen, Herbers, Morris get nod for men's trophy

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Georgetown senior forward Brandon Allen (Old Bridge, N.J.), Creighton junior forward Fabian Herbers (Ahaus, Germany), and Stanford senior forward Jordan Morris (Mercer Island, Wash. were named the men's Finalists for the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy.


December 11, 2015
NSCAA MEN'S ALL -AMERICANS
First, second, third teams



December 6, 2015
FIRST TITLE
Penn State Nittany Lion women win College Cup

CARY, N.C.--Costa Rican international Raquel Rodriguez’ 72nd-minute goal gave Penn State a 1-0 win over Duke before 10,676 fans at WakeMed Soccer Park Sunday, the Nittany Lions capturing their first NCAA Women’s Championship.


December 4, 2015
WOMEN'S COLLEGE CUP ROUNDUP
Penn State, Duke advance to final

Penn State advanced to the NCAA Women's College Cup final for the second time and Duke for the third time, both taking 2-0 victories Friday night.


December 4, 2015
NSCAA WOMEN'S ALL-AMERICANS
First, second, third teams

Complete list of National Soccer Coaches Association of America Women's DI All-America selections.


December 1, 2015
MAC HERMANN TROPHY
Men's, women's semi-finalists

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A total of 30 NCAA Division I players were named semifinalists for the 2015 MAC Hermann Trophy.


November 27, 2015
MEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
29 nominated for College Boot

Twenty nine of the nation's top men's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2015 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the men's college player of the year.


November 25, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Creighton's Fabian Herbers is Men's College Player of the Week

Creighton's Fabian Herbers is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 22.


November 25, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
West Virginia's Kailey Utley is Women's College Player of the Week

West Virginia senior forward Kailey Utley is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 22.


November 18, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Syracuse's Ben Polk is Men's College Player of the Week

Syracuse University's Ben Polk is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 15.


November 18, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
USC's Morgan Andrews is Women's College Player of the Week

USC's Morgan Andrews is the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week after spearheading the Trojans' comeback en route to a penalty-kicks victory over Cal State Fullerton in the first round of the NCAA Division I women's tournament.


November 12, 2015
WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
33 nominated for College Boot

Thirty-three of the nation's top women's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2015 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the women's college player of the year.


November 11, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Florida's Christen Westphal is Women's College Player of the Week

Florida's Christen Westphal is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 8.


November 11, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Indiana's Femi Hollinger-Janzen is men's College player of the Week

Indiana's Femi Hollinger-Janzen is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 8.


November 4, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Central Arkansas' Wes Carson is Men's College Player of the Week

Central Arkansas junior forward Wes Carson is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 1.


November 4, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
GW's MacKenzie Cowley is Women's College Player of the Week

George Washington junior MacKenzie Cowley has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 1.


October 28, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UCLA's Abu Danladi is Men's College Player of the Week

UCLA's Abu Danladi is the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 25, after playing a huge role as the Bruins split two extraordinary games against Cal and played No. 3 Stanford to a draw in the Bay Area.


October 28, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
BC's McKenzie Meehan is Women's College Player of the Week

Boston College junior McKenzie Meehan is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 25.


October 21, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Texas' Abby Smith is Women's College Player of the Week

Texas' Abby Smith is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 18, after leading the Longhorns to a big Big 12 Conference victory at 17th-ranked Texas Tech.


October 21, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
LMU's Paul Blanchette is Men's College Player of the Week

Loyola Marymount senior goalkeeper Paul Blanchette is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 18.


October 14, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Santa Clara's Mariana Galvan is Women's College Player of the Week

Santa Clara sophomore forward Mariana Galvan is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 11.


October 14, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Rutgers' Jason Wright is Men's College Player of the Week

Rutgers sophomore forward Jason Wright is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 11.


October 7, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Virginia's Patrick Foss is Men's College Player of the Week

Virginia Cavaliers midfielder Patrick Foss could not have planned a much more spectacular on-field celebration for his 21st birthday Saturday at Klockner Stadium, a performance that has earned him the Soccer News Net College Player of the Week for the week ending October 4.


October 7, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Kentucky’s Katelyn Jensen is Women's Player of the Week

Kentucky’s Katelyn Jensen, a freshman goalkeeper from Ashburn, Va., is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 4.


September 30, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Michigan’s Francis Atuahene is Men’s College Player of the Week

Michigan freshman Francis Atuahene is the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 27.


September 30, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Auburn’s Casie Ramsier is Women’s College Player of the Week

Auburn’s Casie Ramsier, a junior midfielder from Dallas, Texas, is the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 27.


September 23, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Navy's Clare MacAdam is Player of the Week

Sophomore forward Clare MacAdam scored three goals in two games, including an 81st-minute strike that gave Navy a 2-2 draw with arch rival Army, and was selected the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 20.


September 23, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Temple's Jorge Gomez Sanchez wins again

With another four goals in two games leading to another pair of victories, Temple junior midfielder Jorge Gomez Sanchez was selected as Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for a second consecutive week.


September 17, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Temple's Jorge Gomez Sanchez is Men's Player of the Week

Spanish junior transfer Jorge Gomez Sanchez of Temple has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 13.


September 17, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Cincy's Danielle Rotheram is Women's College Player of the Week

Cincinnati midfielder Danielle Rotheram is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 13.


September 9, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
New Mexico's Chris Wehan is Men's College Player of the Week

New Mexico junior midfielder Chris Wehan is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 6.


September 9, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
West Virginia's Michaela Abam is Women's College Player of the Week

West Virginia sophomore forward Michaela Abam is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 6.


September 2, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Florida's Savannah Jordan named Women's Player of the Week

Florida’s Savannah Jordan, a junior forward from Fayetteville, Ga. is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the Week ending August 30.


August 31, 2015
WOMEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Three-game scoring streak for UConn's Rachel Hill

Rachel Hill is on pace to top last year's goal total after going for four in UConn's opening three matches this season.


August 31, 2015
MEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
PC's Mac Steeves braced to score goals

Mac Steeves is picking up where he left off last year.


August 26, 2015
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Hokies' Muriell Tiernan named player of the week

Virginia Tech junior Murielle Tiernan scored three goals in two games, led the Hokie women to a pair of victories and the Hoosier Classic title and earned the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending Aug. 24.


August 5, 2015
HERMANN TROPHY WATCH
58 potential contenders named

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Thirty men and 28 women from NCAA Division I schools around the country have been marked as potential contenders for the 2015 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy.


June 29, 2015
GETTING SOME TV TIME
ASN to televise BU-Holy Cross game

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - The Boston University-Holy Cross women’s soccer game at Nickerson Field on Oct. 21 will be broadcast on the American Sports Network as part of the Patriot League's deal with the broadcaster.


February 5, 2015
A GOLDEN BEAR MARKET
Klinsmann's sonJjonathan signs with Cal

BERKELEY, Calif. – Jonathan Klinsmann, the son of U.S. Men's National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend the University of California, Berkeley.


January 14, 2015
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
UNC's Craven honored with College Boot

North Carolina senior forward Andy Craven is the winner of the 2014 Soccer News Net College Boot honoring the national player of the year.


January 13, 2015
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Florida State's Brynjarsdottir honored with College Boot

Florida State senior midfielder Dagny Brynjarsdottir is the winner of the 2014 Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


January 9, 2015
HERMANN WINNERS
Virginia's Brian, UCLA's Stolz earn trophies

ST. LOUIS– Virginia senior midfielder Morgan Brian and UCLA senior midfielder Leo Stolz have been voted the 2014 MAC Hermann Trophy winners.


January 7, 2015
SUPPORTERS' CHOICE
Princeton's Porter wins College Boot fan vote

Princeton senior forward Cameron Porter has been selected as the winner of the College Boot Supporter's Choice award. Porter received the most votes from soccer fans in the annual Soccer News Net poll recognizing the national player of the year.


January 6, 2015
SUPPORTERS' CHOICE
PSU's Rodriguez wins Women's College Boot fan vote

Penn State junior midfielder Raquel Rodriguez has been selected as the winner of the Women's College Boot Supporter's Choice award. Rodriguez received the most votes from soccer fans in the annual Soccer News Net poll recognizing the national player of the year.


December 18, 2014
SAM MEWIS GETS THE HONDA
UCLA star earns national accolade

LOS ANGELES - Senior midfielder Sam Mewis of UCLA has received the Honda Sports Award for Soccer.


December 14, 2014
VIRGINIA WINS NCAA CROWN FROM THE SPOT
Cavaliers prevail on PKs, 4-2

CARY, N.C. - It came down to penalties at Wakemed Soccer Park.


December 12, 2014
STILL IN THE RUNNING
Hermann trophy finalists announced

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Three male and three female NCAA Division I athletes have been selected as finalists for the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy.


December 8, 2014
FOCUSING ON YOUTH
U.S. Soccer adding teams, expanding Academy

U.S. Soccer is adding to the number of youth national teams as well as expanding the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Program. Youth national teams for both girls and boys will be added at the U-16 and U-19 levels.


December 7, 2014
ONE GOAL IS ALL IT TAKES
Seminoles put away UVA 1-0 to win Women's College Cup

BOCA RATON, Fla. - It took 82 minutes for either team to get a clean shot at goal, but when it happened, Florida State senior Jamia Fields made it count and the Seminoles won their first Women's College Cup, 1-0 over Virginia before 4,137 at FAU Stadium.


December 6, 2014
FLORIDA STATE, VIRGINIA FILLED WITH ALL-AMERICANS
College Cup finalists make the grade

The teams in the Women's' College Cup are well-represented on the 2014 NSCAA Division I All-American squads.


December 5, 2014
AN ALL-ACC AFFAIR
Florida State, Virginia in women's College Cup final

It will be an all-Atlantic Coast Conference match in the Women's College Cup championship game when Florida State and Virginia lock up at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Fla. on Sunday.


December 5, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Stanford's Jane Campbell is Women's Player of the Week

Stanford goalkeeper Jane Campbell is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 30.


December 5, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UNC's Rob Lovejoy is Men's Player of the Week

North Carolina's Rob Lovejoy is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 30.


December 3, 2014
BEST OF NEW ENGLAND
Two nominated for New England Soccer News local College Player of the Year

UConn forward Cyle Larin and Boston University forward Dominique Badji are finalists for New England Soccer News Men's College Player of the Year.


November 27, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Virginia's Doniak Is Women's College Player of the Week

University of Virginia junior Makenzy Doniak is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 23.


November 27, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UNC's Andy Craven is Men's College Player of the Week

North Carolina's Andy Craven is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 23.


November 25, 2014
MEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
25 nominated for Soccer News Net College Boot

Twenty five of the nation's top men's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2014 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the men's college player of the year.


November 21, 2014
NORTHEASTERN OUT OF NCAA
Huskies fall at No. 2 Florida State

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Northeastern trailed No. 2 Florida State, 1-0, into the second half before two goals in quick succession handed the Seminoles a 3-0 victory


November 20, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Clemson's Amirkhanian is Men's Player of the Week

Clemson senior midfielder Ara Amirkhanian is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 16.


November 20, 2014
BEST OF NEW ENGLAND
Three nominated for New England Soccer News Women's College Player of the Year

A trio of forwards, Connecticut's Rachel Hill, Harvard's Midge Purce and Boston College's Stephanie McCaffrey, are finalists for New England Soccer News Women's College Player of the Year.


November 20, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Virginia's Morgan Brian is Women's College Player Of The Week

Virginia senior midfielder Morgan Brian has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 16.


November 15, 2014
WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
30 nominated for Soccer News Net College Boot

Thirty of the nation's top women's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2014 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the women's college player of the year.


November 14, 2014
AAC MEN'S TOURNAMENT PREVIEW
History, venue on Huskies' side

“We used to go up there and it was like going into a gun fight with a butcher knife.”

The thoughts of University of South Florida men’s soccer coach, George Kiefer in reference to past excursions to Storrs, Connecticut, home of the University of Connecticut Huskies and the site of this year’s American Athletic Conference Final Four. #2 Tulsa meets #3 SMU on Friday at 530pm ET followed by Kiefer’s #4 USF against #1 UConn who hold a commanding 9-1-2 mark against the Floridians.


November 13, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
ISU's Rachel Tejada is Women's Player of the Week

Illinois State’s Rachel Tejada is the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 9.


November 13, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Princeton's Cameron Porter is Men's Player of the Week

Princeton senior Cameron Porter is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 9.


November 12, 2014
MEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Bryant's Connor Norat

Bryant senior Connor Norat has been named the New England Soccer News Men's College Player of the week for the week ending November 9.


November 6, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Santa Clara's Sofia Huerta named Women's Player of the Week

Santa Clara's sophomore forward Sofia Huerta is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 2.


November 6, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Stanford's Corey Baird is Men's Player of the Week

Stanford freshman midfielder Corey Baird is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 2.


November 5, 2014
AAC TOURNAMENT PREVIEW
UCF looks to avenge regular season loss to UConn

At five feet, ten inches in height, Kendall Frey has the kind of frame required to perform the tasks of a target forward – strong with her back to the goal and a handful for opposing center backs. And as the scoring leader last season for her side and again this fall, one would figure a decent portion of her goals would come in the air.


November 3, 2014
BIG EAST WOMEN’S PREVIEW
Friars to face Marquette Tuesday

DePaul, a member of the Big East since 2005-06, had never finished higher than third in the table, and that was a season ago when the Blue Demons recorded their first winning record in conference play. How things have changed since head coach Erin Chastain took charge of the Blue Demons in the spring of 2007. Heading into the semi-finals of the Big East Conference Tournament this Friday, DePaul is the top seed after earning their first Big East regular season title (15-0-3; 7-0-2).


October 29, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Wake Forest's Jon Bakero is Men's College Player of the Week

Wake Forest freshman midfielder Jon Bakero has been named the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 26.


October 29, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Hofstra's Leah Galton is Women's College Player of the Week

Hofstra junior forward Leah Galton, who finished with four goals and one assist, was named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 26.


October 28, 2014
UMASS BOSTON'S KRISTA LEDIN IS NATION'S BEST
14-point week earns senior D-3 honor

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Division III UMass Boston scored nine goals in three games last week, and senior forward Krista Ledin had a hand in all of them,


October 22, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Michigan State's Jason Stacy is Men's Player of the Week

Michigan State junior midfielder Jason Stacy is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 19.


October 22, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UCLA's Sam Mewis is Women's College Player of the Week

UCLA's Sam Mewis is the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week after leading the top-ranked Bruins to Pacific 12 Conference victories over California and Arizona at Drake Stadium.


October 18, 2014
LATE LETDOWN
Bryant men settle for 1-1 draw

FAIRFIELD, Conn.--- – Despite holding a lead for the first 87 minutes, the Bryant University men battled Sacred Heart to a 1-1 draw Saturday afternoon.


October 17, 2014
KAYLA CONNECTS
Freshman's goal moves Huskies into first

WILMINGTON, N.C. -- Freshman Kayla Cappuzzo scored her second goal of the year to lift the Northeastern women to a 1-0 win over UNCW on Friday at UNCW Soccer Stadium.


October 15, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
BYU's Ashley Hatch is Women's Player of Week

Brigham Young sophomore forward Ashley Hatch is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 12.


October 15, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Michigan's Colin McAtee is Men's Player of Week

Michigan junior midfielder Colin McAtee is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 12.


October 11, 2014
FIRST LEAGUE LOSS
Northeastern women fall 1-0 to Hofstra

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- The Northeastern women suffered their first loss Colonial Athletic Association game, 1-0 at Hofstra on Saturday.


October 8, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Portland's Brandon Zambrano is Men's Player of the Week

Portland freshman forward Brandon Zambrano has been selected the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 5.


October 8, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Stanford's Walker-Hartshorn is Women's Player of the Week

Stanford's Ryan Walker-Hartshorn has been selected the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 5.


October 1, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Penn State's Connor Maloney is Men's Playero f the Week

Penn State sophomore Connor Maloney has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 28.


October 1, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
BYU's Ashley Hatch is Women's Player of the Week

BYU sophomore forward Ashley Hatch is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 28.


September 24, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Illini's Janelle Flaws is Women's Player of the Week

Illinois’ Janelle Flaws is Soccer News Net's Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 21.


September 17, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Florida State's Bakowska-Mathews is Women's Player of the Week

Florida State senior midfielder Marta Bakowska-Mathews has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the Week ending September 14.


September 17, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Cal's Connor Hallisey is Men's College Player of the Week

California’s Connor Hallisey has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 14.


September 13, 2014
LATE COMEBACK
Freshmen lead Northeastern to 2-1 win

BROOKLINE, Mass. – Rookie Brad Fountain scored the game-tying goal on a blast from 24 yards in the 89th minute and fellow freshman Ackim Mpofu won it just 1:02 into extra time to give Northeastern a 2-1 win over UMass Lowell Saturday night at Parsons Field.


September 10, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Wake's Gamble is Men's College Player of the Week

Wake Forest junior forward Michael Gamble is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the week for the week ending September 7.


September 10, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Arizona's Stoian is Women's College Player of the Week

Arizona's Gabi Stoian has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the week for the week ending September 7.


September 3, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Providence's Markus Naglestad is Men’s College Player of the Week

Providence senior Markus Naglestad has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending Sept. 1.


September 3, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Georgetown's Vanessa Skrumbis is Women’s College Player of the Week

Georgetown University senior Vanessa Skrumbis has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the Week ending September 1.


August 31, 2014
CLEAN SLADE
Sophomore leads Northeastern 1-0

BROOKLINE, Mass. – Sophomore Kimberly Slade scored her first collegiate goal in the second minute to help the Northeastern women top New Hampshire, 1-0, on Sunday at Parsons Field.


August 27, 2014
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Arizona’s Aly Moon is women’s player of the week

Arizona State’s Aly Moon has been selected the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week.


January 13, 2014
MEN’S COLLEGE BOOT
Notre Dame’s Shipp is Soccer News Net men’s college player of the year

Notre Dame forward Harrison Shipp is the winner of the Soccer News Net College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


January 13, 2014
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BOOT
UVa’s Morgan Brian is Soccer News Net women’s college player of the year

University of Virginia midfielder Morgan Brian is the winner of the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


January 14, 2014
HERMANNN WINNERS
Maryland's Mullins, UVA's Brian capture honors

ST. LOUIS – Maryland senior forward Patrick Mullins (New Orleans) and Virginia junior midfielder Morgan Brian (St. Simons Island, Ga.) are the 2013 winners of the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy.


December 20, 2013
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: CHANEL JOHNSON
Meet the candidates, and vote!

Hartford junior forward Chanel Johnson is one of nine at-large nominees for the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 16, 2013
VOTING EXTENDED
Men’s and Women’s College Boot voting open through Dec. 23

There’s still time to vote for the Soccer News Net Men’s and Women’s College Boot and New England Soccer News College Player of the Year awards. Voting, originally scheduled to end on December 19, has been extended through December 23.


December 15, 2013
COLLEGE CUP CHAMPIONS
Notre Dame tops Maryland 2-1 for first title

CHESTER, Pa. - The luck of the Irish prevailed Sunday evening in the College Cup final at PPL Park. Leon Brown and Andrew O’Malley both tallied to lead Notre Dame to a 2-1 win over Maryland for its first ever National Championship.


December 14, 2013
BATTLE OF THE BEST
Notre Dame and Maryland face off in final

PHILADELPHIA – Just a little over three weeks ago, November 21 to be exact, 48 teams began the quest for the 2013 Men’s College Cup. Now it’s down to two teams – No. 3 seed Notre Dame and No. 5 seed Maryland. But if you look at their records and their overall domination of opponents, it’s easy to argue that they might be the top two teams in the nation.


December 13, 2013
MEN’S COLLEGE CUP SEMIFINALS
Maryland, Notre Dame advance

CHESTER, Pa.---Once again Patrick Mullins proved to be the wrecking crew for the University of Maryland. The Hermann Trophy finalist scored two goals as the Terrapins advanced to the College Cup final with a 2-1 win over Virginia Friday night at PPL Park.


December 13, 2013
2013 ALL-AMERICA
NSCAA/Continental Tire Division I Men's Teams

The 2013 NSCAA/Continental Tire Division I Men's All-America Teams


December 12, 2013
NCAA MEN’S COLLEGE CUP
A look at the semi-finals

New Mexico will face Notre Dame in UNM’s second-ever Final Four match. This is the first trip to the College Cup for Notre Dame.


December 12, 2013
HERMANN TROPHY FINALISTS
Last year’s winners look for a repeat

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Three men and three women have been selected as finalists for the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy.


December 11, 2013
GOING TO KANSAS CITY
NCAA awards 9 soccer championships

KANSAS CITY, Kan.---Kansas City’s Sporting Park has already hosted this year’s MLS All-Star Game, U.S. Open Cup final and MLS Cup, and on Wednesday, the National Collegiate Athletic Association awarded 14 men’s and women’s championships to the city, including nine soccer finals.


December 8, 2013
WOMEN'S COLLEGE CUP
UCLA takes crown in OT, 1-0 over Florida State

CARY, NC-- Kodi Lavrusky scored a golden goal in the 97th minute giving UCLA a 1-0 win over the Seminoles, clinching the Bruins’ first-ever national championship, and sending the Seminoles home once again without the ultimate prize.


December 7, 2013
NCAA MEN’S ROUNDUP
Maryland, Notre Dame, New Mexico head to College Cup

SEATTLE - No. 25 New Mexico earned a spot in the NCAA Men's Soccer College Cup with a 1-0 win over No. 2 Washington in the Elite Eight Saturday night at Husky Soccer Stadium. With the win, the Lobos improve to 14-5-2 and advance to the College Cup for the second time in program history.


December 6, 2013
NCAA MEN’S ROUNDUP
Virginia advances with 2-1 win over UConn

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia men moved onto the NCAA College Cup with a 2-1 victory over Connecticut on a wet, chilly Friday evening at Klöckner Stadium.


December 6, 2013
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP ROUNDUP
Seminoles, Bruins prevail in semis

CARY, NC---Jamia Fields scored two second half goals, giving Florida State a 3-2 win over Virginia Tech at WakeMed Field Friday, and leading them into the finals of the NCAA College Cup.


December 6, 2013
2013 ALL-AMERICA
NSCAA/Continental Tire Division I Women's Teams



December 5, 2013
NCAA MEN’S QUARTERFINALS
A look at the upcoming games



December 5, 2013
NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
A look at Friday’s semi-final games

Three Atlantic Coast Conference teams, Florida State, Virginia Tech and Virginia, along with UCLA participate in the Women’s College Cup in the heart of ACC Country in Cary, NC.


December 3, 2013
MAKING THE LIST
UConn's Blake a semi-finalist for MAC Hermann Trophy

KANSAS CITY, Kan.---Connecticut's Andre Blake is among the 15 men and 15 women that have been named semifinalists for the 2013 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy.


November 30, 2013
NCAA WOMEN’S ROUNDUP
UCLA edges North Carolina 1-0 in 2OT

CHAPEL HILL, NC--Taylor Smith scored a golden goal to lead UCLA to a 1-0 double overtime win over North Carolina to advance the to the NCAA College Cup for the ninth time in program history.


November 29, 2013
NCAA WOMEN’S ROUNDUP
Three ACC teams, Virginia, Virginia Tech, FSU advance

BLACKSBURG, Va. –Virginia Tech defeated Duke 3-0 Friday at Thompson Field, advancing to the 2013 NCAA College Cup for the first time in school history.


November 28, 2013
NCAA WOMEN’S QUARTERFINALS
A look at the upcoming games

Michigan is making its second-ever appearance in the NCAA Quarterfinals, having reached the Elite Eight only one other time (2002). A win on Friday over Virginia would push Michigan through to the Women's College Cup for the first time in program history.


November 26, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Notre Dame's Shipp is men’s player of the week

Notre Dame senior forward Harrison Shipp has been named Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 24.


November 26, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
FSU’s Brynjarsdottir is women’s player of the week

Florida State junior midfielder Dagny Brynjarsdottir is the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 24.


November 20, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Marquette’s Lysak is Men’s Player of the Week

Marquette redshirt senior forward Adam Lysak is the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week after leading the Golden Eagles to their first-ever Big East championship with a pair of game-winning goals last weekend.


November 20, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UVA’s Doniak is Women’s Player of the Week

Virginia forward Makenzy Doniak has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 17.


November 20, 2013
MEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
29 nominated for Soccer News Net College Boot

Twenty-nine of the nation's top men's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2013 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the men's college player of the year.


November 18, 2013
MEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Quinnipiac's Borja Angoitia

Quinnpiac goalkeeper Borja Angoitia has been named New England Soccer News Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 17.


November 18, 2013
GOING DANCING
Three New England-area teams in NCAA tourney

Tickets punched. Three New England-area men's soccer teams have clinched berths in the Division I NCAA tournament, it was announced Monday afternoon.


November 18, 2013
WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
36 nominated for Soccer News Net College Boot

Thirty-six of the nation's top women's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2013 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the women's college player of the year.


November 17, 2013
TOUGH END TO MEMORABLE SEASON
Bryant falls in NEC tourney final

NEW BRITAIN, CONN. -- Despite a magical run during the final month of the season, the Bryant University men's soccer team fell to St. Francis Brooklyn, 3-2, in overtime Sunday afternoon in the Northeast Conference Tournament Championship.


November 15, 2013
BRYANT MARCHES ON
Bulldogs best Saint Francis in NEC semis

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. -- Continuing their magical late-season run, the third-seeded Bryant University men's soccer team defeated second-seeded Saint Francis U., 2-2 (3-0 PKs), to advance to the Northeast Conference tournament championship for the first time in program history in front of a loud and passionate Bryant-dominated crowd on Friday night at the CCSU Soccer Field.


November 14, 2013
THREE HONORS
UConn’s Beso, Blake, Larin earn American awards

FRISCO, Texas – UConn, the highest seed remaining in the American Athletic Conference Championship, had three players honored by the conference as junior Adria Beso was named Midfielder of the Year, Andre Blake was awarded Goalkeeper of the Year, and freshman Cyle Larin was the Rookie of the Year.


November 14, 2013
AMERICAN ATHLETIC HONORS
Awards, All Conference teams

2013 American Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer Major Award Winners


November 14, 2013
FRIARS MAKE THE TEAM
Three honored by Big East

CHESTER, Pa. – Providence Juniors Brandon Adler (Montville, N.J.) and Phil Towler (Cumbria, England) and freshman Julian Gressel (Neustadt an der Aisch, Germany), were recognized by the BIG EAST Conference at the 2013 BIG EAST Championship banquet held at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. on Thursday, Nov. 14.


November 14, 2013
BIG EAST HONORS
Awards, All Conference teams



November 14, 2013
ACC HONORS
Awards, All Conference teams



November 13, 2013
ATLANTIC 10
Men’s Soccer All-Conference Teams



November 13, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
LMU’s Perez is Men’s Player of the Week

Loyola Marymount's Adrien Perez is the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week after leading the Lions to a wild victory over Portland that kept them on track to win the West Coast Conference championship.


November 13, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Mountaineers’ Silva is Women’s Player of the Week

West Virginia forward Frances Silva has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 10.


November 11, 2013
FANTASTIC FOUR
Four New England teams to play in NCAAs

Four New England women's soccer teams have earned bids into the Division I NCAA tournament, it was announced Monday afternoon.


November 11, 2013
MEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Bryant University's Connor Horat

Bryant University junior forward Connor Norat has been named New England Soccer News Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 10.


November 10, 2013
HISTORIC WIN
Bryant books first Division I postseason bid

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Junior Connor Norat recorded his first career hat trick to lead the Bryant University men's soccer team to a 4-1 victory over Central Connecticut and a berth in the upcoming Northeast Conference tournament on Sunday afternoon at the Bulldog Soccer Field.


November 6, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Washington State’s Nicole Setterlund is women’s player of the week

Washington State midfielder Nicole Setterlund is the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 3.


November 6, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Billikens’ Kristo is men’s player of the week

Saint Louis forward Robert Kristo is the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 3.


November 3, 2013
BRETT'S A THREAT
Larocque nets winner for Bryant

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Sophomore forward Brett Larocque put home his team-leading sixth score of the season in the 54th minute to lift the Bryant University men's soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Fairleigh Dickinson Sunday afternoon.


November 3, 2013
FIELD SET
Louisville top seed in American; UConn second

PROVIDENCE, R.I. –The field for the inaugural Amereican Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer Championship has been set. Louisville earned the No. 1 seed as the first ever regular season conference champion.


November 1, 2013
LAST ONE-GOAL LOSS
Bryant loses to Central Connecticut, 2-1

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Despite holding the lead into the final 15 minutes of play, the Bryant University women's soccer team fell to Central Connecticut in overtime, 2-1, Friday afternoon in its season finale.


October 31, 2013
ACC SEEDS SET
Virginia #1, Boston #6

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Virginia holds the top seed for the 2013 Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Championship, which gets under way Sunday, Nov. 3, with quarterfinal matches at four campus sites.


October 30, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Tigers’ Oduro is Women’s College Player of the Week

Memphis' Christabel Oduro has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 27.


October 30, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Cavs’ Madison is Men’s College Player of the Week

Virginia's Darius Madison has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 27.


October 27, 2013
EARLY GOALS DOOM BRYANT
Bulldogs lose to LIU, 3-2

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- A pair of first half scores from LIU Brooklyn were too much for the Bryant University women's soccer team to overcome as the Bulldogs fall to the Blackbirds, 3-2, Sunday afternoon in Brooklyn, N.Y.


October 25, 2013
ALL LEVEL IN BROOKLYN
Bryant, LIU play to 1-1 draw

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Despite outshooting their opponents, 22-10, the Bryant University men's soccer team was unable to get a victory, tying LIU Brooklyn, 1-1, Friday afternoon in New York.


October 25, 2013
HEARTBREAKING LOSS
Bryant falls to Wagner in 2 OT

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- In a back-and-fourth match that needed two overtime periods to decide a victor, the Bryant University women's soccer team came up just short, falling to Wagner, 4-3, Friday afternoon at Bulldog Soccer Field.


October 22, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Georgetown’s Corboz is Women’s Player of the Week

Georgetown sophomore Daphne Corboz has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 20.


October 22, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Washington’s Roldan is Men’s Player of the Week

Washington midfielder Cristian Roldan has been named the Soccer News Net Men's Player of the Week for the week ending October 20.


October 20, 2013
BRYANT PREVAILS
Bulldogs beat Sacred Heart, 1-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- In an essential must-win situation, the Bryant University men's soccer team rose to the occasion to earn a huge 1-0 victory over Sacred Heart Sunday afternoon at the Bulldog Soccer Field.


October 18, 2013
THREE AND OUT
Bryant falls to FDU, 3-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Fairleigh Dickinson scored 10 minutes in and then added two second half tallies to top the Bryant University women's soccer team 3-0 on Friday night at University Stadium.


October 15, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
USC’s Alex Quincey is Women’s Player of the Week

USC's Alex Quincey is the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week after lifting the slumping Women of Troy to a draw with No. 8 California and a victory over No. 4 Stanford on their trip to the Bay Area


October 15, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Marquette’s C. Nortey is Men’s Player of the Week

Marquette sophomore forward C. Nortey is the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 13.


October 14, 2013
MEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
New Hamphire's Ugochukwu Uche

University of New Hampshire senior midfielder Ugochukwu Uche has been named New England Soccer News Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 14.


October 14, 2013
WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Hartford's Chanel Johnson

Hartford University junior midfielder Chanel Johnson has been named New England Soccer News Women's Player of the Week for the week ending October 14.


October 13, 2013
LOSS IN A FLASH
Bryant loses at Saint Francis

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- The Bryant University men's soccer team dropped a close call, 1-0, at Saint Francis U. in a true defensive battle Sunday afternoon in Loretto, Pa.


October 13, 2013
BRYANT BLASTED
Bulldogs fall to Saint Francis, 5-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- The Bryant University women's soccer team fell to Saint Francis U., 5-0, Sunday afternoon in Loretto, Pa.


October 11, 2013
KALAN THE CLUTCH
Junior scores lone goal for Bryant

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Taking advantage of a true defensive battle, the Bryant University men's soccer team netted the lone goal of the afternoon in 1-0 victory at Robert Morris on Friday.


October 11, 2013
STILL UNBEATEN IN THE NEC
Bryant draws Robert Morris, 2-2

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- In its first overtime action of the 2013 campaign, the Bryant University women's soccer team fought for the entire 110 minutes to earn a 2-2 tie against Robert Morris Friday afternoon in Moon Township, Pa.


October 8, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Miami's Flinn is Women's Player of the Week

Miami Junior Ashley Flinn has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week.


October 8, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Men's Player of the Week: Washington's Taylor Peay

Washington defender Taylor Peay has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the Week ending October 6.


October 6, 2013
BEARING THE ELEMENTS
Bryant beats Sacred Heart, 1-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – On a rainy, wet day in Smithfield, the Bryant University women's soccer team was able to bear the elements to start Northeast Conference play with a victory, topping Sacred Heart, 1-0, Sunday afternoon.


October 1, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Virginia's Eric Bird is Men's Player of the Week

Virginia's Eric Bird has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 29.


September 29, 2013
D KEY FOR BRYANT
Bulldogs beat NJIT, 2-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Sophomore forward Brett Larocque scored a pair of goals and the Bryant University defense shutdown the NJIT attack as the Bulldogs earned a 2-0 victory on Sunday afternoon at the Bulldog Soccer Field.


September 27, 2013
OVERTIME LOSS
Bryant falls to Saint Peter's, 1-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Just over two minutes into the second overtime, Saint Peter's found the back of the net ending a scoreless tie to hand the Bryant University men's soccer team a 1-0 loss Friday afternoon in Jersey City, N.J.


September 24, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Green Bay’s Sam Krenzien is men’s college player of the week

Green Bay senior forward Sam Krenzien has been selected as the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 22.


September 24, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Stanford’s Verloo and Penn State’s Church share women’s player of the week honors

Stanford forward Courtney Verloo and Penn State defender Whitney Church have been named Soccer News Net co-Women's College Players of the Week for the week ending September 22.


September 21, 2013
BRYANT FALLS TO HOLY CROSS
DeVivo second half hat trick the difference

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- A second-half hat trick from Holy Cross's Joey DeVivo was too much for the Bryant University men's soccer team to overcome, as the Bulldogs fell to the Crusaders, 4-1, Saturday afternoon in Smithfield.


September 20, 2013
TEAM WIN
Bryant defeats New Hampshire, 2-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- On the heels of a truly complete performance from start to finish, the Bryant University women's soccer team topped New Hampshire, 2-0, Friday afternoon at the Bulldog Soccer Field.


September 17, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Penn State's Maya Hayes is Women's Player of the Week

Penn State senior Maya Hayes has been named Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 15.


September 17, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Xavier's Matt Walker is Men's Player of the Week

Xavier senior midfielder Matt Walker has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 15.


September 15, 2013
BRYANT BOUNCES BY RIDER
Bulldogs fall, 2-1

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Despite dominating the second half on the offensive end, the Bryant University men's soccer team fell to Rider, 2-1, Sunday afternoon in its home opener.


September 13, 2013
NO BITE
Bulldogs lose at Rutgers, 4-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- The Bryant University women's soccer team ran into a tough Rutgers team Friday evening in New Jersey as the Scarlet Knights earned a 4-0 victory over the Bulldogs.


September 13, 2013
TEN SECONDS TO SPARE
Murphy scores late winner for Bryant

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- With less than 10 seconds to play, Shane Murphy scored to lift the Bryant University men's soccer team to a 3-2 victory over UMass Lowell Thursday night.


September 11, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Virginia’s Morgan Brian caps a big week

University of Virginia junior Morgan Brian had one impressive week, and has been named the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 8.


September 11, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UMBC’s Pete Caringi III is player of the week

UMBC striker Pete Caringi III continued his torrid scoring pace and has been named the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week, taking the honor for the week ending September 8.


September 10, 2013
LATE DRAMA
Ivanicki scores winner for Bryant over Holy Cross

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- With less than five minutes remaining in the contest, sophomore forward Rachael Ivanicki converted on an assist from classmate Scout Benson to lift the Bryant University women's soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Holy Cross Tuesday night.


September 9, 2013
MEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Rhode Island's Matt Sykes

Rhode Island junior midfielder Matt Sykes has been named New England Soccer News Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 8.


September 6, 2013
SHARING THE SCORING
Three different scores for Bryant in 3-1 win over RI

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- The Bryant University women's soccer team received goals from three different players, including two in a five-minute span late in the second half, and a pair of assists from sophomore Caitlin Hannagen to earn a 3-1 victory over Rhode Island Friday afternoon at the Bulldog Soccer Field.


September 3, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Cal’s Steve Birnbaum is Men’s Player of the Week

California defender Steve Birnbaum has been named the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the first week of the season.


September 3, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Maryland’s Haley Brock is Women’s Player of the Week

Maryland senior Haley Brock has been selected as the D.C. Soccer News Women's College Player of the Week for the Week ending September 1.


September 1, 2013
BRYANT FALLS TO LAFAYETTE
Bulldogs wrap up PA trip 1-1

EASTON, PA. -- The Bryant University men's soccer team dropped a tough decision to Lafayette, 2-1, in Easton, Pa., Sunday evening.


September 1, 2013
SANDERS STRIKES
Sophomore nets two goals for Bryant women

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Sophomore Suzanne Sanders scored a pair of goals and senior Lauren Viverito posted her first shutout of the season as the Bryant University women's soccer team defeated Delaware St., 3-0, Sunday afternoon at Alumni Stadium.


August 30, 2013
BRYANT BOUNCED
Rider rallies to beat Bulldogs, 2-1

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Freshman Kianna Woods' first career pushed the Bryant University women's soccer team even in the first half, but Rider scored a pair of second half goals on its way to a 3-1 victory Friday night at Ben Cohen Field.


August 30, 2013
RAMMED IN NEW JERSEY
Rhode Island men fall to Seton Hall, 3-0, in opener

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. -- Behind a two-goal performance from junior midfielder Konrad Plewa, tthe Seton Hall University men’s soccer team opened the 2013 season with a dominating 3-0 victory over the University of Rhode Island Friday night at Owen T. Carroll Field.


August 27, 2013
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Florida freshman Savannah Jordan named college player of the week

Florida freshman Savannah Jordan has been selected as the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week.


August 26. 2013
WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
BC's McKenzie Meehan

Boston College sophomore McKenzie Meehan has been named the New England Soccer News Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending August 25.


August 25. 2013
TOUGH WEEKEND
Bryant drops two one-goal games

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Despite outshooting their opponents for the second-straight contest, the Bryant University women's soccer team dropped its home opener, 1-0, to the University of Maine Sunday afternoon.


August 23, 2013
HARTFORD TOPS BRYANT, 1-0
Natasha Douglas scores lone goal in 82nd minute

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Despite outshooting its opponents by more than double, the Bryant University women’s soccer team fell to Hartford, 1-0, Friday night in both squad’s 2013 season opener.


August 20, 2013
HERMANN TROPHY
Huskies’ Diouf and Blake make the watch list

KANSAS CTY, Kan.--- Senior forward Mamadou Doudou Diouf and junior goalkeeper Andre Blake were both named to the 2013 MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List.


August 19, 2013
PRESEASON PICKS
UConn women tabbed for 4th in American Athletic

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – UCF and Louisville tied for first place in the inaugural American Athletic Conference women’s soccer preseason poll on Friday. The Knights and the Cardinals each earned 85 points in polling conducted by the league’s head coaches, who were not permitted to vote for their own team or their own players.


August 19, 2013
UNANIMOUS CHOICE
UConn picked to win American Athletic title

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – UConn was selected unanimously as the preseason favorite for the American Athletic Conference men’s soccer inaugural season.


August 13, 2013
NSCAA WOMEN'S PRE-SEASON POLL
Boston College, Dartmouth receive votes



August 13, 2013
NSCAA MEN'S PRE-SEASON POLL
UConn ranked #4



January 11, 2013
HERMANN WINNERS
UNC's Dunn, Maryland's Mullins cop top honors

ST. LOUIS - Junior midfielder Crystal Dunn from the University of North Carolina and junior forward Patrick Mullins from the University of Maryland are the winners of the 2012 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, presented to the best female and male players in NCAA Division I soccer.


January 10, 2013
MEN’S COLLEGE BOOT
Notre Dame’s Finley is Soccer News Net men’s college player of the year

Notre Dame forward Ryan Finley is the winner of the Soccer News Net College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


January 9, 2013
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BOOT
Tar Heels’ Dunn is Soccer News Net women’s college player of the year

North Carolina junior midfielder and Rockville Centre, NY native Crystal Dunn is the winner of the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


January 6, 2013
SUPPORTER'S CHOICE
Detroit's Bedell leads Men’s College Boot fan vote

Detroit junior midfielder Adam Bedell has been selected as the winner of the College Boot Supporter's Choice award. Bedell received the most votes from soccer fans in the annual Soccer News Net poll recognizing the national player of the year.


December 22, 2012
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: SCOTT CALDWELL
Meet the candidates, and vote!

Akron senior midfielder Scott Caldwell is one of seven at-large nominees for the Soccer News Net College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 21, 2012
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: REECE WILSON
Meet the candidates, and vote!

Central Connecticut State senior forward Reece Wilson is one of five nominees for New England Soccer News Men’s College Player of the Year and a regional nominee for the Soccer News Net College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 18, 2012
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: DON ANDING
Meet the candidates, and vote!

Northeastern senior forward Don Anding is one of five nominees for New England Soccer News Men’s College Player of the Year and a regional nominee for the Soccer News Net College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 16, 2012
VOTING EXTENDED
Women’s College Boot voting ends Dec. 23

There’s still time to vote for the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot and New England Soccer News Women’s College Player of the Year. Voting, originally scheduled to end on December 15, has been extended through December 23.


December 15, 2012
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: LINDSI LISONBEE CUTSHALL
Meet the candidates, and vote!

BYU senior defender Lindsi Lisonbee Cutshall is one of nine at-large nominees for the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 13, 2012
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: AMELIA PEREIRA
Meet the candidates, and vote!

Hartford senior forward Amelia Pereira is one of four nominees for New England Soccer News Women’s College Player of the Year and a regional nominee for the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 10, 2012
PREVIOUS WINNERS
Soccer News Net Men's College Boot

Previous winners of the Soccer News Net College Boot.


December 9, 2012
RED-LETTER DAY
Hoosiers top Hoyas in College Cup final

HOOVER, Ala. – Nikita Kotlov came through in the clutch for Indiana University on Sunday at Regions Park stadium, poking the ball into an empty net in the 64th minute to give the Hoosiers a 1-0 win over Georgetown and their eighth NCAA national championship.


December 8, 2012
PREVIOUS WINNERS
Soccer News Net Women's College Boot

Previous winners of the Soccer News Net College Boot.


December 7, 2012
FIGHTING ON TO THE FINAL
16 seed Indiana tops Creighton 1-0

HOOVER, Ala. – One goal – by Femi Hollinger-Janzen in the 27th minute – was all the Indiana Hoosiers needed to defeat Creighton 1-0 Friday at Regions Park Stadium and advance to their first NCAA College Cup Final since 2004.


December 7, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S ALL-AMERICA
DI First, second third teams



December 7, 2012
HOLDING STRONG
Georgetown tops Maryland 4-3 on pks

HOOVER, Ala. – The No. 2 seed vs. the No. 3 seed is always a good match. Friday’s match between No. 2 seed Maryland and No. 3 seed Georgetown didn’t disappoint. While Georgetown controlled most of the match, Maryland snuck back in there with three second-half goals, pushing for the win. But it was the Georgetown Hoyas who advanced topping Maryland 4-3 on penalty kicks.


December 7, 2012
HERMANN FINALISTS
Three men, three women make the cut

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Three men and three women have been selected as the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy finalists.


December 4, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
North Carolina finishes on top, BC receives votes



December 2, 2012
WOMEN'S COLLEGE CUP
Tar Heels overtake Penn State 4-1

SAN DIEGO---Four different players scored, as North Carolina dismantled Penn State 4-1 to capture their 21st NCAA Championship Sunday at Torero Stadium.


November 30, 2012
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Nittany Lions, Tar Heels advance

SAN DIEGO---Kealia Ohai scored in the 102nd minute giving North Carolina a 1-0 win over Stanford in the College Cup Semi Final at Torrero Stadium Friday night.


November 30, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S ALL-AMERICA
DI First, second third teams






November 28, 2012
MAC HERMANN TROPHY
Men's and women's semifinalists



November 28, 2012
MAC HERMANN TROPHY SEMIFINALISTS
BC's Mewis, UConn's Alvaraz and Diouf, Northeastern's Anding make the cut

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Boston College’s Kristen Mewis, UConn's Carlos Alvarez and Mamadou Doudou Diouf and Northeastern's Don Anding are among the fifteen men and 15 women have been announced as the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy semifinalists.


November 21, 2012
TOP MEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER
34 nominees, cast your vote now!.

Thirty-four of the nation's top men's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2012 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the men's college player of the year.


November 20, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Duke’s Kim DeCesare is Women's Player of the Week

Duke redshirt junior midfielder Kim DeCesare has been named the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 18.


November 20, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
FDU’s Antony Moore is Men's Player of the Week

Fairleigh Dickinson senior midfielder Antony Moore has been named the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 18.


November 15, 2012
TOP WOMEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER
Cast your vote now!

Thirty-seven of the nation's top women's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2012 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the women's college player of the year.


November 14, 2012
IVY LAURELS
Cornell’s Haber Player of the Year

PRINCETON, N.J. – Cornell junior forward Daniel Haber was unanimously selected Ivy League Player of the Year after a vote by the League’s eight coaches, the first Big Red to ever earn the award.


November 14, 2012
IVY LEAGUE
Men’s award winners, all conference teams



November 14, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
Akron at the top, UConn #7

NSCAA Men's Division I College poll


November 13, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Texas Tech's Dawn Ward is Women's Player of the Week

Texas Tech redshirt senior forward Dawn Ward has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 11.


November 13, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Notre Dame's Ryan Finley is Men's Player of the Week

Notre Dame senior forward Ryan Finley has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 11.


November 12, 2012
THE BRACKET
NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship

Here's the bracket for the 2012 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship.


November 12, 2012
EARNING A BID
UConn, BC, Northeastern, Brown selected for NCAA

INDIANAPOLIS – - Connecticut, Boston College, Northeastern and Brown have all earned bids to the NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship.


November 11, 2012
PLUCK OF THE IRISH
Irish top Georgetown in 2OT for Big East championship

CHESTER, Pa.--As if he needed to, Ryan Finley proved why he is the Big East's Offensive Player of the Year on Sunday. Finley scored two goals, including the game-winner in the last minute of the second overtime, to lift Notre Dame to a 3-2 win over Georgetown at PPL Park, giving them the Big East Championship.


November 10, 2012
FAMILIAR FOES
Georgetown-Notre Dame know each other well

It's not likely that there are two college teams in the country that know each other as well as Georgetown and Notre Dame, who will face off for the Big East Championship on Sunday at PPL Park at noon.


November 9, 2012
HOYAS ARE GOLDEN
Last minute goals fells Marquette 2-1.

CHESTER, Pa.----Brandon Allen scored a golden goal in the final minute of overtime, giving Georgetown a 2-1 win over Marquette in the semi final of the Big East Championship at PPL Park Friday night.


November 8, 2012
BIG EAST CONFERENCE
Awards, all-conference teams



November 7, 2012
TOP TENS ON TAP
Big East Championships features ranked squads

Dominant teams with national prominence are the order of the day in the semifinals of the Big East Championships, which kick off at PPL Park in Chester, Pa., on Friday after being moved from Red Bull Arena.


November 6, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Florida's Erika Tymrak is Women's Player of the Week

Florida forward Erika Tymrak has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 4.


November 6, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Memphis' Mark Sherrod is Men's Player of the Week

Memphis striker Mark Sherrod has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending November 4.


November 6, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
Stanford #1, BYU moves to #2

NSCAA Women's Division I College poll


November 6, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
Akron moves to #1, UConn still #6

NSCAA Men's Division I College poll


November 6, 2012
A BIG MOVE
Big East men's championship switched from Red Bull Arena to PPL Park

The Big East Men's Soccer Championships have become the latest sporting event to take a hit because of the wrath of Hurricane Sandy. The two day final four event, which was scheduled to take -place at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ on Friday and Sunday, has instead been moved to PPL Park in Chester, Pa.


November 5, 2012
THE BRACKET
2012 NCAA Women's College Cup

Here's the bracket for the 2012 NCAA Women's College Cup.


November 4, 2012
TAYLOR MADE
Madigan gives Marquette Big East women's title

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. – Junior Taylor Madigan scored in the 87th minute to propel Marquette (16-2-2) past Georgetown 1-0 in the title game of the Big East Women’s Soccer Championship at Rentschler Field, giving the Golden Eagles their first league title.


November 4, 2012
FRESHMAN LEADS THEM
Larocque nets OT winner for Bryant

NEW BRITAIN, Conn.---Freshman Brett Larocque put home his team-leading sixth goal of the season in the 110th minute to lift Bryant to a 2-1 win over Central Connecticut St. Sunday afternoon.


November 3, 2012
LOOKING FOR THEIR FIRST
Marquette-Georgetown square off for Big East title

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. – No. 15 Marquette (15-2-2) and No. 13 Georgetown (15-2-3) square off for the Big East Women’s Soccer Championship on Sunday, Nov. 4 at Noon at RentschlerField in East Hartford, Conn. Both teams are looking to earn their first women’s soccer tournament title.


November 2, 2012
QUARTERS ON TAP
Eight teams vie in Big East

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – With a pair of first round games finished, there are eight teams vying for the Big East Men’s Soccer Championship. The quarterfinals will be played on campus sites, with the semifinals and final held at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J., for the third-straight year.


November 1, 2012
BIG EAST HONORS
Hoyas Corboz leads the way

HARTFORD, Conn. – Fresh off its first regular-season divisional crown, Georgetown grabbed a pair of major awards as the Big East Conference presented its women’s soccer postseason honors and named its all-conference selections on Thursday evening at the Hartford Marriott Downtown.


November 1, 2012
BIG EAST CONFERENCE
Women's All Conference and award winners



November 1, 2012
BIG EAST WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT
Semi-finals set for Friday

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The 2012 Big East Women’s Soccer Championship heads to Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Conn., this weekend for the semifinals and title game of the 10-team tournament. The field has been narrowed to four teams, Georgetown, Marquette, Notre Dame and USF.


November 1, 2012
TOP HONORS
UVa's Miller, UNC's Dunn lead ACC winners

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Virginia senior Caroline Miller and North Carolina junior Crystal Dunn were the big winners in the annual Atlantic COast Conference post season awards.


November 1, 2012
ALL ACC
First, second, freshman teams and award winners



November 1, 2012
VENUE CHANGE
Big East women's tournament moved to Rentschler

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The 2012 BIG EAST Women’s Soccer Championship will be played at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Conn., Nov. 2 & 4. Originally set for Morrone Stadium on the University of Connecticut campus in Storrs, the switch is being made to help alleviate the complications on campus due to the impact of Hurricane Sandy.


October 30, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UCF's Deshorn Brown is Men's Player of the Week

UCF junior Deshorn Brown has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 28.


October 30, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Illinois' Vanessa DiBernardo is Women's Player of the Week

Illinois junior Vanessa DiBernardo has been named the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 28.


October 30, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
Stanford #1, BC falls out

NSCAA Women's Division I College poll


October 30, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
Maryland Still #1, UConn drops to #6

NSCAA Men's Division I College poll



THE BRACKET
Atlantic 10 Women's Soccer Championship



October 28, 2012
SHOOTING BLANKS
Bryant draws FDU 0-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The Bryant University men controlled a good majority of the game but could not break free from Fairleigh Dickinson, settling for a 0-0 draw on Sunday afternoon at Sutton Field.


October 27, 2012
THE BRACKET
Big East Men's Soccer Championship



October 27, 2012
SEEDINGS SET
UConn, Louisville tops in Big East

Connecticut and Georgetown tied for first place in the Big East Blue Division, while Louisville captured the Red Division regular-season title.


October 26, 2012
ANOTHER NAIL BITER
Bryant wins in OT

EMMITSBURG, MD. – Shana Follette scored her eight goal of the season in the 97th minute, giving Bryant a 1-0 win over Mount Saint Mary's on Friday afternoon.


October 24, 2012
HAWKS GROUNDED
UMBC rolls 7-1 over Hartford

BALTIMORE, Md. – America East leading scorer Peter Carinigi scored four times to lead UMBC to a 7-1 win over Hartford on Wednesday night at UMBC Soccer Stadium.


October 24, 2012
BIG EAST WOMEN'S NOTEBOOK
Tournament to begin Thursday

The 10-team Big East women’s soccer championship field has been set and play will begin on Thursday, Oct. 25. Georgetown and Marquette captured the regular-season division titles and No. 1 seeds in the tournament to earn byes to the quarterfinals on Oct. 28.


October 24, 2012
BIG EAST MEN'S NOTEBOOK
Irish, Bearcats guard their turf well

Notre Dame forward Ryan Finley notched a hat trick in Notre Dame’s 3-0 win over Providence on Saturday;


October 23, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Tennessee's Julie Eckel is Women’s Player of the Week

Tennessee sophomore goalkeeper Julie Eckel has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 21.


October 23, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Kentucky's Dylan Asher Men's Player of the Week

Kentucky junior Dylan Asher has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 21.


October 23, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
Stanford moves to #1, Boston College is #21

NSCAA Women's Division I College poll.


October 23, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
Maryland remains #1, UConn moves up

NSCAA Men's Division I College poll.


October 22, 2012
AE HONORS
Hawks sweep weekly awards

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Hartford junior Anthony Santaga was named America East COnfernce Player of the Week and freshman Viltsu Tuumi was named the Rookie of the Week.


October 21, 2012
BACK TO BACK BRACE
Bryant wins on goals by Norat

BROOKLYN, NY – Back-to-back goals by sophomore Connor Norat lifted the Bryant University men' to a 4-3 victory over Northeast Conference-foe St. Francis (NY) Sunday afternoon.


October 20, 2012
FIELD IS SET
Georgetown, Marquette head Big East tournament

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The 2012 Big East women’s soccer Championship field has been set as Georgetown and Marquette captured the regular-season division titles and No. 1 seeds in the 10-team league tournament.


October 20, 2012
FIRST AE WIN
Hartford blanks Binghamton 1-0

VESTAL, N.Y. - An early goal off the foot of Anthony Santaga proved to be the only offense that the University of Hartford needed to earn its first win in league play as the Hawks topped Binghamton, 1-0, at the Bearcats Sports Complex on Saturday night.


October 19, 2012
LATE LETUP
Bryant falls to Sacred Heart 2-1

FAIRFIELD, Conn – The Bryant University men gave up a pair of second half goals and fell to Sacred Heart at Campus Field Friday evening.


October 19, 2012
TENTH WIN
Bryant women down Robert Morris 1-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Krista Johnstone scored a late goal to give the Bryant women a 1-0 win over Robert Morris on Friday.


October 17, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Hoyas’ Neumann is men’s player of the week

Georgetown’s Steve Neumann has been named the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 14.


October 17, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Illinois State’s Kyla Cross Women’s Player of the Week

Illinois State junior forward Kyla Cross has been named Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 14.


October 16, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
Florida State still #1, BC #24

NSCAA Women's Division I College poll.


October 16, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
Terps stay #1, UConn moves to #4

NSCAA Men's Division I College poll.


October 16, 2012
WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
BC's Kristen Mewis

For the second time this season, Boston College senior midfielder Kristen Mewis has been selected as the New England Soccer News Women's College Player of the Week, for the week ending October 14.


October 16, 2012
MEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Bryant freshman Brett Laroque

Bryant University freshman forward Brett Laroque has been selected as the New England Soccer News Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 14.


October 14, 2012
LATE LETDOWN
Bryant men fall to Quinnipiac

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The Bryant University men fell to Quinnipiac Sunday afternoon, 2-0.


October 14, 2012
GOLDEN REBOUND
Bryant women find the score in 105th

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Shana Follette's rebound goal in the 105th minute gave the Bryant University women a 1-0 double overtime victory over Fairleigh Dickinson on Sunday afternoon at Sutton Field.


October 13, 2012
HAWKS FALL
Stony Brook wins on late goal

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – A late goal by Leonardo Fernandes gave Stony Brook a 2-1 win over Hartford on Saturday in a rematch of last year’s America East title game at Alumni Stadium.


October 12, 2012
FRESHMAN BRACES BRYANT
Bulldogs roll over LIU 4-1

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Freshman Brett Larocque scored twice as Bryant broke out for a 4-1 win over Long Island University to earn its second Northeast Conference victory of the season Friday afternoon.


October 11, 2012
STUNNER
New Hampshire rallies back to beat Hartford

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. –Jordan Thomas scored a late equalizer then set up the game winner by David Schlatter to give New Hampshire a 2-1 win over Hartford at at Alumni Stadium Wednesday night.


October 10, 2012
BIG EAST WOMEN'S NOTEBOOK
Tsantris closes in on 500

A pair of ranked teams square off on Friday as No. 24/25 Notre Dame (10-3-2) heads to No. 11/11 Georgetown (12-1-2).


October 10, 2012
BIG EAST MEN'S NOTEBOOK
Irish make some history

The seven-goal output in Irish’s 7-1 victory over Pittsburgh on Oct. 3 was the largest for the Irish since a 7-1 win over Western Michigan on Oct. 14, 1997.


October 9, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
E. Carolina's Cordero is women's Player of the Week

East Carolina junior goalkeeper Christiane Cordero has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 7.


October 9, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Notre Dame's Finley is Men's Player of the Week

Notre Dame senior forward Ryan Finley has been selected as the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending October 7.


October 9, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
Seminoles stay #1, BC falls to #23

NSCAA Women's Division I College poll.


October 9, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
Terps still #1,UConn falls to #6

NSCAA Men's Division I College poll.


October 7, 2012
QUICK START HOLDS
Bryant gets past Quinnipiac 2-1

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Bryant got off to a quick start and never looked back, scoring two goals in the first half to defeat Northeast Conference foe Quinnipiac, 2-1.


October 7, 2012
FALLING IN OT
Bryant men drop 3-2 decision to Monmouth

WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ--- Joseph Schmid scored in the 102nd minute to give Monmouth a 3-2 win over Bryant on Sunday.


October 7, 2012
HOT HAWK
Pereira scores both in Hartford win

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – Striker Amelia Pereira netted both goals to lead the University of Hartford to a 2-0 victory over the visiting Albany Great Danes at Alumni Stadium.


October 5, 2012
FALLING ON THE MOUNT
Bryant men toppled 4-1

EMMITSBURG, MD – Zoncher Dennis scored a goal and added an assist to help Mount St. Mary's defeat Bryant 4-1 on Friday.


October 5, 2012
ONE SCORE
Blackbirds women stop Bryant 1-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – A single goal by Nicole Labo, was the difference as Long Island University defeated Brant University, 1-0 on Friday at Sutton Field.


October 3, 2012
BIG EAST WOMEN'S NOTEBOOK
Georgetown re-writes the record book

Georgetown had a cornucopia of records in its 8-0 win at Pittsburgh on Sept. 30


October 3, 2012
BIG EAST MEN'S NOTEBOOK
UConn unbeaten at home in 32

Connecticut extended its home unbeaten streak to 32 games with a 2-1 victory over No. 8/9 Notre Dame in front of a sellout crowd of 5,100 fans. UConn has had three sell outs in seven home games for an average of 4,246 fans per game.


October 2, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
BC's Rugg is Men's College Player of the Week

Boston College forward Charlie Rugg has been named the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 30.


October 2, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Georgetown's Corboz is Women's College Player of the Week

Georgetown sophomore Daphne Corboz has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 30.


October 2, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
Maryland stays #1, Connecticut #2

NSACC Men's Poll


October 1, 2012
ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
Hartford’s Tuumi honored by AE

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After helping the Hartford earn a 1-1 tie at Boston University on Saturday night by registering a career-high in saves between the posts freshman Viltsu Tuumi was named the America East Rookie of the Week for the first time in his young career.


September 30, 2012
WRITTEN IN STONE
Early goal holds for Bryant win

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Senior Ryan Stone's 24th minute goal held up as Bryant defeated Robert Morris 2-1 on Sunday afternoon for the Bulldogs first Northeast Conference win of the season.


September 28, 2012
GONE IN A FLASH
Lone goal propels St. Francis men over Bryant

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Pedro Machado scored the only goal of the game in the 55th minte to give St. Francis (PA) a 1-0 win over Bryant Friday afternoon.


September 28, 2012
A FLASH BEFORE THEIR EYES
Bulldogs blanked by St. Francis

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Tesa McKibben had a hand in all three goals as St. Francis (Pa) defeated Bryant 3-0 Friday afternoon.


September 27, 2012
BIG EAST MEN'S NOTEBOOK
Hoyas off to hot start

Georgetown has won three games in a row and are off to the best start in program history with an 8-0-1 record. Georgetown’s No. 9 ranking in the NSCAA poll ties the highest in program history. With a 1-0 overtime win against Rutgers on Sept. 222, the Hoyas have played four OT games with a record of 3-0-1 in extra time.


September 27, 2012
BIG EAST WOMEN'S NOTEBOOK
Four games go to OT

There were four overtime games in the Big East last weekend, three of which were decided in the final minutes of the second overtime.


September 25, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Seton Hall's Michael Kuzan is College Player of the Week

Seton Hall redshirt senior goalkeeper Michael Kuzan has been selected as the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 23.


September 25, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
WVU’s Silva is Women's College Player of the Week

West Virginia junior forward Frances Silva is the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 23.


September 25, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
Florida State ranked # 1, Boston College # 5

NSCAA Women's National Poll


September 25, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
Maryland ranked #1, UConn #2

NSCAA Men's National Poll


September 23, 2012
SENIOR MOMENTS
Caputi, Zarella lead Bryant over Manhattan

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Seniors Angelo Caputi and Anthony Zarella each recorded their first tallies of the season to led Bryant to a 2-1 win over Manhattan on Sunday.


September 23, 2012
BRYANT FALLS
Monmouth scores late for 1-0 win

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Brianne Boyle scored in the 73rd minute to give Monmouth a 1-0 win over Bryant on Sunday.


September 22, 2012
HOME SETBACK
Hartford falls to Sacred Heart

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – A late free kick by Sacred Heart’s Marcello Castro broke open a scoreless match in the 83rd minute and put a halt to the University of Hartford’s four-game win streak at Alumni Stadium on Saturday night.


September 21, 2012
TOP DOGS
Bryant women blank Wagner, 2-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The Bryant University women posted their third straight win, and first Northeast Conference victory of the season, on Friday, defeating Wagner 2-0 on second-half goals by Regan Marin and Shana Follette.


September 18, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UCLA’s Bywaters is Women's College Player of the Week

UCLA senior M/F Zakiya Bywaters is the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 16.


September 18, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Duke’s James Belshaw is College Player of the Week

Duke senior goalkeeper James Belshaw has been selected as the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 16.


September 17, 2012
PAIR OF HONORS
Cotta tabbed by A-10, UMass

AMHERST, Mass. - After helping the UMass women's soccer team to a 2-0 week with a pair of shutouts, senior goalkeeper Emily Cota (Green Lane, Pa./Upper Perkiomen) has been named the Atlantic 10 Player of the Week and UMass Athlete of the Week..


September 17, 2012
NEC HONOR
Bulldog's Goldberg women's player of the week

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – After a two-goal weekend, including the game winner against Delaware St., junior forward Ari Goldberg (East Birdgewater, Mass.) was named Northeast Conference Player of the Week.


September 17, 2012
AMERICA EAST HONOR
Hartford's Simms is Rookie of the week

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – For the second time in as many weeks, University of Hartford freshman Javoni Simms was tabbed the America East Rookie of the Week.


September 17, 2012
ROOKIE HONOR
Bryant's Larocque tabbed by NEC

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – One day after tallying a score and an assist in the Bulldog's first win of 2012, men's soccer freshman Brett Larocque (Ottawa, Ont.) was named Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week.


September 17, 2012
RESCHEDULED
New date for Bryant's aborted match

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The Bryant University men's soccer team has rescheduled their recently postponed match at Holy Cross for Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m.


September 16, 2012
FIRST WIN
Bulldogs topple George Washington 2-1

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Paced by two second half scores, the Bryant University men defeated George Washington, 2-1, Sunday afternoon at Sutton Field to pick up their first win of the season.


September 15, 2012
GOLDEN AGAIN
Hawks Simms nets another OT winner

LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. – Freshman Javoni Simms once again scored the golden goal for the University of Hartford, this time reaching the back of the net in the 101st minute to propel the Hawks to a 1-0 triumph at Siena on Saturday evening.


September 14, 2012
GOOD AS GOLD(BERG)
Late goal gives Bryant 2-1 win

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – A goal by Ari Goldberg in the 87th minute gave Bryant a 2-1 win over Delaware State on Friday afternoon.


September 12, 2012
BIG EAST WOMEN'S NOTEBOOK
Conference slate approaches

Big East Conference play begins this week with three games set for Thursday and four slated for Friday.


September 12, 2012
BIG EAST MEN'S NOTEBOOK
UConn packs 'em in, Irish on a roll

Freshman Danny Bedoya scored his first-career goal in a 2-1 win against William & Mary and became the eighth different player to score for St. John’s in the first six games.


September 12, 2012
BOLTING THE BIG EAST
Notre Dame to join ACC

SOUTH BEND, Ind---Signaling a big move and change in scheduling for its men’s and women’s soccer teams, the University of Notre Dame on Wednesday accepted an invitation to become a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference in all sports except football.


September 12, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
Florida State is ranked # 1



September 11, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
North Carolina ranked # 1



September 11, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UConn's Schulmann is Women's Player of the Week

UConn senior forward Danielle Schulmann has been selected as the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 9.


September 11, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
ODU's Hopkinson Player of the Week

Old Dominion University's junior forward Tim Hopkinson has been selected as the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 9.


September 10, 2012
ROOKIE HONOR
Hartford’s Simms feted by America East

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – University of Hartford freshman Javoni Simms was named the America East Rookie of the Week for the week ending Sept. 9.


September 9, 2012
SECOND HALF HAWKS
Late goals lift Hartford over Penn 2-1

PHILADELPHIA – After 70 scoreless minutes, Damion Lowe and Javoni Simms scored in a span of 13 minutes to give Hartford a 2-1 win over Penn on Sunday afternoon.


September 9, 2012
FAY-TAL BLOW
Double-OT strike lifts Fairfield over Holy Cross

WORCESTER, Mass. –Shannon Fay scored two goals, including the game-winner in double overtime, to lead the Fairfield women past Holy Cross 2-1 loss on Sunday afternoon at the Linda Johnson Smith Soccer Stadium.


September 9, 2012
BLANKED
Bulldogs women nipped by Air Force, 1-0

USAFA, Colo. – The Bryant University women dropped the final game of their Colorado road trip 1-0 to Air Force on Sunday afternoon.


September 8, 2012
POSTPONED
Bulldogs-Crusaders called for weather

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The game between the Bryant University men and Holy Cross was postponed due to severe weather.


September 7, 2012
TOO MUCH TIGER
Bryant blanked for first time, 4-0

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Senior Hannah Peterson scored two first half goals to lead Colorado College to a 4-0 win over Bryant College at Stewart Field Friday.


September 5, 2012
BIG EAST MEN'S NOTEBOOK
Record breaking start for four teams

Georgetown (4-0) is on its best start since 2008, when the team went 5-0. Marquette remained perfect with a pair of shutouts over the weekend to improve to 4-0-0 overall, the team’s best start since 2000.


September 5, 2012
BIG EAST WOMEN'S NOTEBOOK
Four remain unbeaten

Four Big East teams remain unbeaten, Georgetown, Louisville, Marquette and Seton Hall. They are a combined 17-0-0 this season. Seton Hall (5- 0-0) is off to its best start ever.


September 4, 2012
CRUSADER CLEAN SHEET
Holy Cross shuts out Rhode Island 1-0

KINGSTON, R.I. – Sophomore goalkeeper Carly McCabe made seven saves as Holy Cross recorded a 1-0 road victory over Rhode Island on Tuesday evening. The Crusaders are now 2-2-1 on the season while the Rams hold a record of 4-2.


September 4, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
Florida State stays #1, BC is # 6

KANSAS CITY, Kan The Florida State Seminoles held on to their top spot in this week's NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Women's national poll.


September, 4, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
North Carolina stays #1, UConn, Brown, BC all ranked

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The North Carolina Tar Heels held on to their top spot in this week's NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Men's national poll.


September 4, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Louisville's Erin Yenney is women's player of the week

Louisville midfielder Erin Yenney has been named the Soccer News Net Women's Player of the Week for the week ending September 2.


September 4, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
UNC's Martin Murphy is Men's player of the week

North Carolina senior forward Martin Murphy is the Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending September 2.


September 3, 2012
SEESAW DRAW
Bryant, Rhode Island in 4-4 tie

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – For the second-straight contest, Bryant University took its opponent to double overtime, but Monday night in the Ocean State Cup Consolation Game, neither team was able to break the stalemate as the Bulldogs and host URI settled for a 4-4 draw.


September 3, 2012
A LITTLE EXTRA
Hawks win cross town battle with CCSU

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – With his second goal of the evening, junior Anthony Santaga netted the game-winner in overtime to lead the University of Hartford to a 2-1 victory over Central Connecticut State at Al-Marzook Field on Monday evening.


August 31, 2012
TOUGHER THAN RAMS
Hartford outlasts Fordham 1-0

BRONX, N.Y. – A late first half goal off the boot of rookie striker Javoni Simms coupled with a solid defensive effort in the second half led the University of Hartford to a 1-0 victory on Friday evening.


August 30, 2012
CLEAN SHEET FOR BULLDOGS
Bryant blanks Holy Cross 1-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Freshman Rachael Ivanick scored in the 84th minute to give Bryant a 1-0 win over Holy Cross at Sutton Field on Thursday afternoon.


August 28, 2012
BIG EAST MEN'S NOTEBOOK
Orange eclipse attendance record

Senior forward Ryan Finley tallied the gamewinner against RV/No. 21 Duke in the 76th minute on assists rom Dillon Powers and Harrison Shipp.


August 28, 2012
BIG EAST WOMEN'S NOTEBOOK
Louisville remains unbeaten

Big East teams had another solid weekend posting a combined 17-6-2 mark and raising the league’s overall nonconference record to 35-12-4 for a .725 winning percentage.


August 28, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
Florida State ranked # 1, Boston College # 7

KANSAS CITY, Kan.- The Florida State women are ranked in the top spot in this week's NCAA Division I rankings.


August 28, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S POLL
North Carolina ranked #1, UConn #5

KANSAS CITY, Kan- The North Carolina men are ranked in the top spot in this week's NCAA Division I rankings.


August 28, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Indiana's Zavaleta is men's player of the week

Indiana University forward Eriq Zavaleta has been selected as the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending August 26.


August 28, 2012
SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Colorado's Stuller is women's player of the week

Colorado forward Anne Stuller has been named the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending August 26.


August 26, 2012
CALLED OFF
Florida weather cancel's Bryant game

The scheduled men's soccer match between Bryant University and Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Fla. for Sunday morning was called during warmups due to weather.


August 26, 2012
SPREADING IT AROUND
Five score for Bryant in 5-1 win

SMITHFIELD, RI – Five different players scored, four of them in the second half, to give Bryant a 5-1 win over The Citadel Sunday morning at Bulldog Stadium.


August 25, 2012
BRACE BLANKS BULLDOGS
Bryant falls in opener to FIU

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – A two goal effort by Florida International sophomore Quentin Albrecht was too much for Bryant to overcome ast eh Panthers defeated the Bulldogs in their season opener 2-0 on Friday night.


August 24, 2012
ONE IS ENOUGH
Free kick lifts UMass over Delaware 1-0

AMHERST, Mass.--Connor DeVivo’s goal on a free kick in the 42nd minute gave Massachusetts t a 1-0 win over Delaware in the season-opener at Rudd Field Friday.


August 21, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S POLL
Stanford at the top, Boston College #10

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Stanford starts the year at the top spot in the first NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Women's poll of the 2012 regular season.

The defending national champions opened the season with a dominating 6-1 win over Santa Clara. Duke opens the season at the No. 2 spot with its 2-0-0 record, followed by Florida State, which jumped from its preseason No. 4 spot to the third spot in this week's rankings.


August 21, 2012
BIG EAST WOMEN'S NOTEBOOK
Conference teams off to hot start

The 2012 season got under way last weekend as Big East teams posted a 16-6-2 mark (.708 win percentage). A vast majority of the teams posted a win (14 of the 15) and were impressive at home going 10-2-0 (.833 win percentage).


August 20, 2012
NEC HONORS
Bryant's Viverito and DeBenedictis

SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Three days after a season opening victory against the University of Maine, Bryant's junior goalkeeper Lauren Viverito (Dayton, N.J.) and freshman forward Allison DeBenedictis (Norwell, Mass.) were selected as two of the NEC players of the week,.


August 17, 2012
BESTING THE BEARS
Bryant takes opening win over Maine

ORONO, Maine – A pair of first half goals helped the Bryant University women to its first victory of the season on Friday, downing the University of Maine, 2-1.


August 13, 2012
MAC HERMANN TROPHY
Women's Watch List



August 13, 2012
MAC HERMANN TROPHY
Men's Watch List



August 13, 2012
MAKING THE LIST
New England players on Hermann watch

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -Six men from New England area schools and three women have been named to the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy Watch Lists for 2012.


August 7, 2012
NSCAA WOMEN'S PRE-SEASON RANKINGS
BC ranked 11th, BU 23rd

KANSAS CITY, Kan.---Stanford leads the charge in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division I Women's College Preseason Rankings.


August 7, 2012
NSCAA MEN'S PRE-SEASON RANKINGS
UConn ranked 4th, BC 14, Brown 22nd

KANSAS CITY, Kan. Reigning Division I men's national champion North Carolina sit in the top spot of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America NCAA Division I Men's College Preseason Rankings, after finishing 21-2-3 overall in 2011.


August 7, 2012
BIG EAST WOMEN'S PRESEASON POLL
UConn 2nd, Providence 4th

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Notre Dame and Marquette were picked as favorites in the 2012 Big East preseason women’s soccer poll. The Irish were chosen to win the league’s National Division with 12 first-place votes, while the Golden Eagles had 13 first-place votes and sit atop the American Division in the poll.


August 7, 2012
BIG EAST PRESEASON MEN'S POLL
UConn picked first, Provi 5th

PROVIDENCE, R.I.- St. John’s was selected as the Big East Red Division favorite, while Connecticut was chosen to win the Big East Blue Division in the 2012 Big East Preseason Men’s Soccer Coaches’ Poll.


June 15, 2012
EXPANDED TOURNAMENT
A-10 adds two teams to post season

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Atlantic 10 Conference Council of Presidents approved expanding the league’s conference championship to eight teams.


June 15, 2012
NEW NESTERS
Hartford adds 12 recruits

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – University of Hartford has added 12 players who will join the roster for the upcoming 2012 season.


June 7, 2012
TRYING TO UPGRADE
Hartford plans more challenging slate

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – Seven home games and matchups with a pair of teams that were in the field of 48 for the 2011 NCAA Tournament are featured in the University of Hartford’s 2012 men’s schedule.


May 25, 2012
I'M A COACH BECAUSE….
Northeastern’s Leone found her passion

Like most soccer coaches, Tracey Leone got into coaching as a way to stay in the game after a playing career.


May 2, 2012
BACK TO CARY
Women's College Cup in North Carolina

INDIANAPOLIS--- The 2013 Women's College Cup will be back in a familiar place, with the selection of Cary, NC as the host.


May 2, 2012
COLLEGE CUP TO PHILLY
PPL Park to host 2013 NCAA event

CHESTER, Pa---– Villanova University and PPL Park will serve as the hosts for the 2013 NCAA College Cup. The dates for the 2013 Division I men’s soccer championship are Friday, Dec. 13 and Sunday, Dec. 15.


February 7, 2012
SPRING SLATE
Bryant sets men’s, women’s games

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Bryant University’s men’s and women’s teams will each play six matches as part of a spring schedule.


January 11, 2012
MEN’S COLLEGE BOOT
UCLA’s Hoffman is Soccer News Net men’s player of the year

UCLA forward Chandler Hoffman has won the Soccer News Net College Boot, honoring the national men’s college player of the year.


January 10, 2012
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BOOT
Illini’s DiBernardo is Soccer News Net women’s college player of the year

University of Illinois sophomore Vanessa DiBernardo has won the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, honoring the national women’s college player of the year.


January 6, 2012
HERMANN HONORS
Stanford's Noyola, Duke's Wenger take trophy

ST.LOUIS---Senior midfielder Teresa Noyola from Stanford University and junior forward Andrew Wenger from Duke University are the winners of the 2011 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, presented to the best female and male players in NCAA Division I soccer.


December 14, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Speas gives Tar Heels the title

North Carolina's Ben Speas is the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week, for the week ending December 11.


December 11, 2011
NOTHING COULD BE FINER
Carolina wins College Cup 1-0

HOOVER, Ala.---For the second time in as many College Cup games, Ben Speas played the hero on Sunday. The North Carolina forward scored the only goal as the Tar Heels defeated Charlotte 1-0 in front of 8,777 fans at Regions Park Stadium to capture their second NCAA Championship.


December 10, 2011
ALL AMERICA QUARTET
Hartford, BU selected from America East

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Four America East women have been named to the NSCAA Division I All-America team. Boston University's Angelina Cords and Jessica Luscinski along with University of Hartford's Caitlin Alves and Erin Quinlan each received third-team honors.


December 10, 2011
NSCAA WOMEN'S ALL-AMERICA
First, second third teams

KANSAS CITY, Kan.---The NCAA Women's Division I All-America teams selected by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.


December 10, 2011
NSCAA MEN'S ALL-AMERICA
First, second third teams

KANSAS CITY, Kan.---The NCAA Men's Division I All-America teams selected by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.


December 10, 2011
HONOR FOR HAWK
Bernhardsson named NSCAA All-Northeast

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – University of Hartford sophomore David Bernhardsson (Tjorn, Sweden) was named to the 2011 NSCAA


December 9, 2011
MEN'S COLLEGE CUP
All Carolina final, Charlotte, UNC advance

HOOVER, Ala. - The Charlotte 49ers advanced to the NCAA National Championship for the first time in program history on Friday night. The Niners (16-4-4) advanced past two-seed Creighton (21-2-1) in penalty kicks, 4-1 after a scoreless match.


December 9, 2011
HERMANN HEADLINERS
Stanford duo, Penn State's Hayes women's finalists

KANSAS CITY, Kan--- Maya Hayes from Penn State and Teresa Noyola and Lindsay Taylor from Stanford are the three finalists for finalists for the 2011 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy.


December 9, 2011
TROPHY TRIO
Finlay, Schuler, Wenger are Hermann men's finalists

KANSAS CITY, Kan.---Ethan Finlay from Creighton, Billy Schuler from North Carolina and Andrew Wenger from Duke are the three finalists for the 2011 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy.


December 7, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Noyola gives Cardinal a title

Stanford forward Teresa Noyola has been named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer New Net Women's College Player of the Week for the week ending December 4.


December 7, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Finlay leads Creighton to Final Four

Creighton's Ethan Finlay is the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Men's College Player of the Week for the week ending December 4.


December 7, 2011
BACK TO 'BAMA
Men's College Cup will return to Hoover

The NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Committee has selected the Birmingham-Hoover metropolitan area to serve as the host for the 2012 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship.


December 6, 2011
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: CAITLIN ALVES
Meet the candidates, and vote

Hartford forward Caitlin Alves is one of four nominees for New England Soccer News women’s college player of the year, and a regional nominee for the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 4, 2011
WOMEN’S CHAMPS
Stanford only 8th team to win NCAA crown

KENNESAW, Ga,---Stanford became only the eight team to win the NCAA Women’s soccer championship.


December 4, 2011
WOMEN'S COLLEGE CUP
Stanford finally wins one

KENNESAW, Ga. - After three straight trips to the College Cup final, Stanford finally hoisted the trophy on Sunday, beating Duke 1-0 at KSU Soccer Stadium.


December 4, 2011
MAKING THE LIST
15 Men's Hermann Trophy semifinalists named

KANSAS CITY, Kan.---Ethan Finlay (Creighton/Marshfield, Wis.) and Andrew Wenger (Duke/Lititz, Pa.) are the only two repeat selections among the 15 men’s semifinalists for the 2011 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, the most prestigious individual award in intercollegiate soccer.


December 4, 2011
HERMANN HOPEFULS
Four repeat nominees top women's semi finalists

KANSAS CITY, Kan.---Four women earned their second selection in as many years as semifinalists for the 2011 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, the most prestigious individual award in intercollegiate soccer.


December 4, 2011
MR. 608
Martin becomes all-time coach winngest college coach as Ohio Wesleyan wins title

DELAWARE, Ohio – The Ohio Wesleyan University men’s soccer team's 2-1 win over Calvin College on Saturday did more than give the Battling Bishops their second NCAA Division III national championship. It also marked the 608th career victory for Battling Bishop head coach Jay Martin, making him the all-time leader in victories by a college men’s soccer coach.


December 2, 2011
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Stanford, Duke advance to final

KENNESAW, Ga. – Freshman Chioma Ubogagu scored one goal and set up another within a three-minute span to spark Stanford to a 3-0 semifinal victory over Florida State on Friday and lead the team into the NCAA final for the third consecutive season.


November 30, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
NC’s Schuler is men’s college player of the week

North Carolina forward Billy Schuler has been named the SoccerSavings.com/ Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 27.


November 30, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Wake’s Meier is women’s college player of the week

Wake Forest’s Kristen Meier has been named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 27.


November 23, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Terps’ Townsend is Men’s Player of the Week

Maryland forward Casey Townsend is the SoccerSavings.com/ Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 20.


November 23, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Cavs’ Brian is Women’s Player of the Week

Virginia freshman midfielder Morgan Brian has been named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 20.


November 18, 2011
TOP MEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER
Cast your vote now!

Thirty-seven of the nation’s top men’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the men’s college player of the year.


November 16, 2011
IVY LEAGUE
Award winners, All-Conference selections



November 16, 2011
THE LUCKY ONE
Mkosana named Player of the Year

PRINCETON, N.J. -- After leading the League in scoring for the second time in four seasons and helping the Big Green to a fifth consecutive appearance in the NCAA Championship field, Dartmouth senior forward Lucky Mkosana (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) has been named the 2011 Ivy League Men’s Soccer Player of the Year.


November 16, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Tigers’ Oduro is Women’s National Player of the Week

Memphis forward Christabel Oduro has been named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 13.


November 16, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Johnnies’ Bennett is Men’s National Player of the Week

St. John's midfielder Jack Bennett, who scored the game-winning golden goal in extra time of the Big East championship game on Sunday, is the SoccerSavings.com/ Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 13.


November 15, 2011
SOCCER NEWS NET PARTNERS WITH HEADERS FOR HOPE
Official charity partner of College Player of the Year Award

Headers For Hope has been selected as the official charity partner of the Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the men's and women’s college player of the year.


November 15, 2011
TOP WOMEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER
Cast your vote now!

Thirty-two of the nation’s top women’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the women’s college player of the year.


November 14, 2011
COACH OF THE YEAR
Galaxy's Arena nets honor for third time

NEW YORK-- LA Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena was voted the 2011 MLS Coach of the Year. Arena is the first person to win the award three times, having also won it in 1997 and 2009. This season, Arena’s team won the Supporters Shield for the second consecutive year and achieved the second-best record (19-5-10, 67 points) in League history.


November 13, 2011
HAWKS HALTED
Stony Brook captures AE title

STONY BROOK, N.Y. – The University of Hartford men fell short of capturing the program’s second America East Tournament championship on Sunday evening when it fell to the Stony Brook Seawolves 4-2 final at La Valle Stadium.



ACC CHAMPIONSHIP
All-Tournament Team



November 12, 2011
BEAST OF THE EAST
Conference tournament is one of the best in soccer

The Big East Conference basketball tournament, held at Madison Square Garden since 1983, has long been considered one of the best, if not the best, hoops tourney in the country. The Big East Conference basketball tournament, held at Madison Square Garden since 1983, has long been considered one of the best, if not the best, hoops tourney in the country.


November 11, 2011
BIG EAST ROUNDUP
St. John’s advances to face Huskies

HARRISON, NJ---St. John’s advanced to their 12th Big East Final with a 2-0 win over Villanova at Red Bull Arena on Friday night.


November 10, 2011
IVY LEAGUE WINNERS
Women's All Conference and awards



November 10, 2011
BIG D
Huskies’ Baptiste, Blake take BIG EAST defensive honors

SHORT HILLS, N.J. – Five schools shared the BIG EAST men’s soccer postseason honors, as awards and all-conference teams were announced on Thursday evening at the 2011 BIG EAST Men’s Soccer Championship banquet.


November 10, 2011
ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE
Award winners, All Conference teams



November 8, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
’Nova netminder Fogarty is National Player of the Week

After leading Villanova to back-to-back upset shutout wins, goalkeeper John Fogarty has been named the SoccerSavings.com/ Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 6.


November 8, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Seminoles’ Wys is National Women’s Player of the Week

Florida State goalkeeper Kelsey Wys has been named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending November 6.


November 6, 2011
BIG EAST ROUNDUP
St.John's, Louisville, Villanova advance

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Walter Hines became the eighth player to score a game-winning goal this season as St. John’s defeated No. 23 West Virginia, 2-0, to advance to the Big East semifinals for the third time in the past four seasons on Sunday.


November 6, 2011
BIG EAST CHAMPS
Mountaineers take second straight women's title

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Goals from forwards Blake Miller and Frances Silva, and a stout defensive effort, guided No. 11 West Virginia past Louisville, 2-0, in front of 1,550 fans at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium in the finals of the Big East Women’s Soccer Championship. The Mountaineers won their second consecutive title and third in the last five years.


November 6, 2011
BREWER'S BRACE
Second half goals give Sacred Heart 2-1 win over Bryant

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Justin Brewer's two second half goal nullified a Bryant half time lead, giving Sacred Heart a 2-1 win in the season finale on Sunday at Bulldog Stadium.


November 5, 2011
HAWKS ADVANCE
Hartford takes 1-0 win over UMBC

BALTIMORE, Md. – Anthony Santaga scored the game winner as the University of Hartford knocked-off the defending America East Tournament champions, on the Retrievers Soccer Field with a 1-0 win in the quarterfinals of the America East Championship on Saturday evening.


November 4, 2011
BULLDOGS BLANKED
Bryant women fall to Quinnipiac

HAMDEN, Conn. – Quinnipiac University scored two goals in less than a minute to defeat Bryant University 2-0 at the Quinnipiac Soccer Field on Friday.


November 3, 2011
BIG EAST CONFERENCE
Women's soccer awards



November 3, 2011
BIG EAST AWARDS
Louisville women take pair of top honors

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Regular-season divisional champion Louisville earned a pair of major awards as the Big East Conference presented its women’s soccer postseason honors and named its all-conference selections on Thursday evening at the Lakeview Golf Resort and Spa.


November 3, 2011
AMERICA EAST AWARDS
BU men dominate individual honors

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. -- After capturing its conference-best 11th men’s soccer regular-season title, Boston University is the recipient of three major America East awards, while second-place Stony Brook University received two and reigning champion UMBC earned one. The annual award winners, along with the all-conference teams, were determined in a vote by the league’s head coaches


November 3, 2011
ALL ACC WOMEN'S TEAMS
Wake's Stengel offensive player of the year

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Duke, which finished atop the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season standings for the second time in school history, leads the 2011 All-ACC Women’s Soccer team.


November 1, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
UCLA’s Leroux nets women’s national honor

UCLA forward Sydney Leroux has been named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 30.


November 1, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Gaucho's Silva gets national nod

UC Santa Barbara midfielder Luis Silva is the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 30.


October 31, 2011
HONORED BY AMERICA EAST
Vermont's Peralta, Hartford's Yeaney earn weekly awards

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Strong offensive performances have netted University of Vermont's Juan Peralta and University of Hartford's Connor Yeaney the final America East men's soccer weekly awards of 2011.


October 31, 2011
IVY HONORS
Dartmouth's Cohen, Harvard's Kobayashi tops for week

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Dartmouth sophomore goalkeeper Noah Cohen and Harvard freshman forward Hiroki Kobayashi were honored by the Ivy League for their performances last week. Cohen was named player of the Week and Kobayashi Rookie of the Week


October 28, 2011
SCALING THE MOUNT
Two goals just enough for Bryant

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – A pair of goals ten minutes apart on either side of halftime, gave the Bryant women a 2-1 win over Mount St. Mary's University, 2-1, on Friday afternoon at Bulldog Stadium


October 26, 2011
LOADED FOR BEAR
Hartford takes AE tournment slot with OT win over Bearcats

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. –Sophomore transfers Anthony Santaga and David Bernhardsson connected in the 93rd minute to lift the University of Hartford to a 2-1 overtime victory over the Binghamton Bearcats on Senior Night at Alumni Stadium on Wednesday evening.


October 25, 2011
PEOPLE'S CHOICE
Hawks' Alves nets AE honor

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – Junior midfielder Caitlin Alves scored the first postseason honor for the Hawks as she was named the America East Fans’ Choice Player of the Year in a poll conducted on Facebook. Alves closed out the regular season leading the Hawks and the America East in points (25) and goals scored (10).


October 25, 2011
BIG EAST WOMEN'S NOTEBOOK
Louisville on six game streak

News and notes from around the Big East.


October 25, 2011
BIG EAST MEN'S NOTEBOOK
Eight teams set for tournament

News and notes from around the Big East


October 25, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
ND’s Henderson nets women’s national honor

Notre Dame senior forward Melissa Henderson has been named the SoccerSavings.com/ Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 23.


October 24, 2011
HONORED BY IVY
Yale's Paris Player of the Week

PRINCETON, NJ---Senior forward Charlie Paris scored the biggest goal of Yale’s season thus far when four minutes and 37 seconds into double overtime he netted the golden goal to lift the Bulldogs to a crucial 2-1 League victory at Penn.


October 25, 2011
SHARING THE HONOR
Morrissey A10 co-Player of the Week

NEWPORT NEWS, Va.— Massachusetts’ Julie Morrissey and Juliana Libertin of Dayton shared the Atlantic 10 Conference women’s soccer Co-Player of the Week award.


October 24, 2011
AMERICA EAST HONORS
Hartford's Bernhardsson, BU's Badji tabbes

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- University of Hartford and Boston University each picked up important wins in America East men's soccer contests over the weekend and a pair of key contributors to those victories have earned the conference's weekly honors.


October 23, 2011
COLONIAL CONQUEST
Bryant women beat Robert Morris 2-1

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. – Paced by goals from sophomore Ari Goldberg and senior Kaitlyn Hinck , the Bryant University women took down Robert Morris, 2-1, in a Northeast Conference game on Sunday at the North Athletic Complex


October 23, 2011
FLASH BURN
Bryant falls to St. Francis 3-0

LORETTO, Pa. – The Bryant University men were blanked, 3-0, by Saint Francis (PA) on Sunday afternoon at DeGol Field.



BIG EAST WOMEN
Tournament seedings set



October 23, 2011
AMERICA EAST TOURNAMENT
Women's field set

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. --The final day of the regular season decided the details for the America East Championship tournament


October 22, 2011
FIRST LEAGUE WIN
Hartford tackles UMBC 3-1

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. –David Bernhardsson, Jorge Rodriguez and Anthony Santaga all scored as Hartford notched their first league victory of the year defeating previously unbeaten in conference play UMBC 3-1 at Alumni Stadium on Saturday night.


October 21, 2011
BULLDOGS SKID ENDS
Bryant edges Robert Morris 1-0

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. –A third minute goal by Nicholas Parisi was all Bryan university needed to edge Robert Morris, 1-0, on Friday afternoon at the North Athletic Complex.


October 18, 2011
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Louisville sets attendance record

News and nores from around the Big East Conference.


October 18, 2011
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Final weekend on tap

The regular-season enters the final weekend of league play with every team in the conference having one final Big East match.


October 18, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Miami’s Howarth is Women’s Player of the Week

Miami junior Kate Howarth has been named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 16, after leading the Hurricanes to a pair of league wins over top-10 ranked opponents.


October 18, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Tigers’ Sherrod is Men’s Player of the Week

Following back-to-back hat tricks at Tulsa and against Nebraska-Omaha, Memphis forward Mark Sherrod has been named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 16.


October 17, 2011
AE HONORS
Vermont’s Edler, BU’s Thompson take weekly awards

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- After clutch performances that led to wins, University of Vermont's D.J. Edler (Atlanta, Ga./Pace Academy) and Boston University's Nick Thomson (Cramlington, England/Cramlington Learning Village) have earned America East weekly honors for the week ending Oct. 16. Edler received Player of the Week recognition while Thomson garnered Rookie of the Week accolades.


October 17, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Hartford’s Alves named Women’s Player of the Week

Hartford midfielder Caitlin Alves has been named the SoccerSavings.com/ New England Soccer News Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 16.


October 16, 2011
CAN’T SCALE THE MOUNT
Bulldogs fall 3-1

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Sophomore Nicholas Alberti scored a late goal for the second time in as many games, but the Bryant University men could not overcome a three-goal deficit, falling, 3-1, against Mount St. Mary's University on Sunday at Bulldog Stadium.


October 16, 2011
GOING GREEN
Two goals lead Bryant women 3-0 over FDU

TEANECK, N.J. – Senior captain Mary Green scored a career-high two goals, as the Bryant University women cruised to a 3-0 blanking of Fairleigh Dickinson University in a Northeast Conference showdown on Sunday afternoon at University Stadium.


October 11, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Duke’s Wenger is Men’s Player of the Week

After scoring four goals and adding an assist in a pair of games, Duke University’s Andrew Wenger has been named the SoccerSavings.com/ Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 9.


October 11, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Louisville’s Exeter is Women’s Player of the Week

After scoring four goals in two games, Louisville sophomore Christine Exeter has been named the SoccerSavings.com/ Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 9.


October 11, 2011
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
USF makes run vs. ranked opponents

News and notes from around the Big East Conference


October 11, 2011
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Louisville wins pair in OT

News and notes from around the Big East Conference.


October 9, 2011
HIGH FLYERS
Monmouth Hawks blank Bryant 2-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Monmouth scored two first half goals and went on to defeat Bryant 2-0 at Bulldog Stadium Sunday afternoon.


October 9, 2011
SET PLAY SET BACK
Bryant women fall to Sacred Heart

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Two goals late in the first half propelled the Sacred Heart women to a 2-0 win over Bryan at Bulldogs Stadium Sunday.


October 7, 2011
BYE, BYE BULLDOGS
LIU routs Bryant 4-1

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Ariana Calderon and Jen Spicer each scored two goals to give long Island University a 4-1 win over Bryant at LIU Field on Friday.


October 7, 2011
TERRIER TWO STEP
Bagot’s pair upends Bryant 2-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Gabriel Bagot scored a pair of second half goals to give St. Francis (NY) a 2-0 win over Bryant on Friday afternoon at Sutton Field.


October 5, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Terps’ Townsend is men’s player of the week

After leading Maryland to wins against nationally ranked opponents, senior forward Casey Townsend has been named the SoccerSavings.Com/Soccer News Net National Men’s College Player of the Week.


October 5, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Red Storm’s Leaverton is women’s player of the week

St. John's senior forward Jen Leaverton scored two game-winning goals and has been named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net National Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending October 2.


October 2, 2011
BYE, BYE BRYANT
Offense not enough in 4-3 loss to Blackbirds

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Senior forward Nicholas Parisi enjoyed a career game, scoring twice and dishing one assist, but the Bryant University men's soccer team fell 4-3 against Long Island University on Sunday at LIU Field.


October 2, 2011
DOG FIGHT
Bulldogs edge Great Danes 2-1

ALBANY - Led by a two-goal performance from junior Krista Johnstone the Bryant University women edged the University of Albany, 2-1, on Sunday afternoon at Varsity Field in its final non-conference match of the season.


September 30, 2011
DOGS DRAW
Bryant women tie CCSU 1-1

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Junior midfielder Alex Bengston headed home her first goal of the season just 48 seconds into regulation, but the Bryant University women were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw against Central Connecticut State University on Friday at Bulldog Stadium.


September 30, 2011
FALLING SHORT
Comeback not enough for Bryant

HAMDEN, Conn. - Junior Anthony Zarella scored his first collegiate goal in the 43rd minute, but the Bryant University men could not overcome two first-half goals against Quinnipiac University, dropping a 2-1 decision on Friday .


September 29, 2011
BIG EAST NOTEBOOK
W.Va. home streak snapped at 13

News and notes from around the Big East Conference.


September 29, 2011
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Marquette wins two in OT

News and notes from around the Big East


September 27, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Penn State’s Schaefer nets women’s national honor

Penn State’s Ali Schaefer has been selected as the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 25.


September 27, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Penn State’s Schaefer nets women’s national honor

Penn State’s Ali Schaefer has been selected as the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 25.


September 27, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Portland’s Evans earns men’s national honor

Portland sophomore midfielder Steven Evans has been selected as the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 25.


September 25, 2011
STOPPED AT TWO
Bryant streak ends, 2-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The Bryant University women saw a two-game unbeaten streak come to an end on Sunday, falling to Monmouth University, 2-0, at Sutton Field.


September 25, 2011
BRYANT BLANKS MANHATTAN
Lone goal gives Bulldogs 1-0 win

NEW YORK - Senior forward Bunmi Familoni scored his first collegiate goal in the 63rd minute, propelling Bryant University to a 1-0 victory over Manhattan College on Sunday.


September 23, 2011
SECOND HALF DOGS
Bryant scores late in 2-0 win

SMITHFIELD, R.I. –Two second-half goals gave the Bryant University women a 2-0 victory over Wagner College on a rainy afternoon at the Bryant Turf and Track Complex. With the win, the Bulldogs improve to 4-3-2, while the Seahawks, who were handed just their second loss in nine games, move to 5-2-2.


September 21, 2011
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
UConn moves to 6-0

News and notes from around the Big East Conference.


September 21, 2011
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Louisville snaps Notre Dame’s streak

News and notes from around the Big East Conference.


September 20, 2011
ARMY MARCHES ON
Second half goals keep Bryant winless

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Devin Perlee scored a pair of goals less than 10 minutes apart, propelling Army to a 2-1 victory over Bryant University on Tuesday afternoon at Bulldog Stadium. The Black Knights improve to 3-5, while the Bulldogs move to 0-4-1.


September 20, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Wake’s Stengel earns women’s national honor

Wake Forest forward Katie Stengel has been named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 18.


September 20, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
UIC’s Stanisavljevic earns men’s national honor

UIC forward Ivan Stanislavjevic has been selected as the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 18.


September 19, 2011
AMERICA EAST HONORS
Pair from BU, Hartford Gk get nods

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - A trio of players from the top two teams in the America East standings have earned women's soccer weekly honors for the final full week of non-conference play.


September 18, 2011
COMEBACK IS SHORT
Brown recovers, still falls 3-2

PROVIDENCE, RI – A 52nd minute goal by Amanda Stiles quelled a comeback by Brown and gave Sacred Heart a 3-2 win on Sunday afternoon at Stevenson Field.


September 18, 2011
DOUBLE CLEAN
Bryant, New Hampshire draw 0-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. - The Bryant University women and the University of New Hampshire battled to a 0-0 draw at Bulldog Stadium on Sunday afternoon.


September 17, 2011
FRENZIED FINISH
GW gets past Bryant 3-2

WASHINGTON, DC – Junior forward Seth Rudolph capped a frenzied second half with the game-winning goal in the 89th minute to propel the George Washington past Bryant, 3-2, at Mount Vernon Field on Saturday.


September 14, 2011
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Seton Hall’s Ritter moves up scoring chart

News and notes from around the Big East Conference.


September 14, 2011
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Cardinal's Rolfe moves up the charts

News and notes from around the Big East Conference.


September 13, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
Georgia’s Newfield gets women's national honor

Georgia sophomore midfielder Alexa Newfield has been selected as the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 11.


September 13, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
IU’s Purdie gets men's national honor

Indiana senior Alec Purdie has added to his list of weekly awards by being named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 11.


September 11, 2011
STILL WINLESS
Bryant settles for 1-1 draw with Rider

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. – Senior captain Nicholas Parisi scored a penalty kick goal, but the Bryant Bulldogs were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw with Rider on Sunday afternoon at Campus Turf Field.


September 11, 2011
SCORING AGAIN
Sanders lifts Bryant

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Rookie forward Suzanne Sanders scored for the second straight game, propelling the Bryant University women to a 1-0 victory against George Washington in the Navy Invitational at the Glenn Warner Soccer Facility on Sunday.


September 7, 2011
CLEAN SHEET ON QUICK GOALS
Brown scores twice in 37 seconds

PROVIDENCE, RI – Senior captain Sarah Hebert-Seropian and sophomore Maddie Wiener scored goals 37 seconds apart during the final 15 minutes to help lift the Brown (3-0-0) to a hard-fought 2-0 win over cross-town rival Providence College (1-2-4) on a rainy Wednesday evening at Stevenson Field.


September 7, 2011
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
WVU off to slow start



September 7, 2011
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Clark tied for most wins on Notre Dame history



September 6, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE (W)
Penn State’s Hayes gets national honor

Penn State forward Maya Hayes has been selected as the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 4. Hayes’ National honor follows her selection for the second straight week as the SoccerSavings.com/Philly Soccer News Player of the Week.


September 6, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE (M)
St. John’s Bennett gets national honor

St. John's junior midfielder Jack Bennett, who connected for two game-winning goals last week, was named the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 4.


September 5, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE
BC’s Mewis is Women’s College Player of the Week

Boston College forward Kristen Mewis has been named the SoccerSavings.Com/New England Soccer News Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending September 4.


September 2, 2011
GIVE THEM LIBERTY
Brown takes first win at Invitational

LNCHBURG, VA – Freshman Allie Reilly scored her first career goal to help lift the Brown women (1-0-0) to a 1-0 win over Liberty during the opening day of the Liberty Invitational.


August 31, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE (W)
Jones leads Tar Heel to wins

University of North Carolina forward Courtney Jones is the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week for the week ending August 28.


August 31, 2011
SOCCERSAVINGS.COM SALUTE (M)
Gaul nets two winners, another honor

Bradley senior Bryan Gaul is the SoccerSavings.com/Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Week for the week ending August 28.


August 31, 2011
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Huskies open with win

The Huskies opened the regular season with a 2-0 victory over St. Francis in front of a crowd of 2,192 on Saturday.


August 31, 2011
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTE BOOK
Irene shortens the schedule

The Huskies knocked off Colgate 3-0 on Aug. 25 at home.... The match against Central Connecticut on Aug. 28 was postponed due to Hurricane Irene .


August 26, 2011
MORE COLLEGE CANCELATIONS
UMass, Sacred Heart, BC affected by stopm

UMass women's soccer's home opener, originally scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 28, at 1 p.m. against Fairfield has been rescheduled due to the impending hurricane Irene. The Minutewomen will now kick off the season on Rudd Field on Tuesday, Aug. 30, at 4 p.m. against the Stags.


August 25, 2011
SQUEEZING COLGATE
UConn women post 3-0 shutout

STORRS, Conn. –Freshman Riley Houle had a goal and an assist, leading Connecticut to a 3-0 win over Colgate on Thursday night. The shutout home victory moves the Huskies to 1-1-0 on the season and maintains their perfect overall record against the Raiders (8-0-0).


August 25, 2011
COLLEGE CHANGES
Games shuffled for Irene

The UConn men’s soccer contest against St. Francis scheduled for Saturday, August 27 at 7:30 p.m. at Morrone Stadium has been moved to 1 p.m. due to impending inclement weather.


August 17, 2011
IT’S UCONN, LOUSVILLE
Huskies, Cardinals picked tops in Big East

PROVIDENCE, R.I.- Louisville was selected as the Big East Red Division favorite, while Connecticut was chosen to win the Big East Blue Division in the 2011 Big East Preseason Men’s Soccer Coaches’ Poll. Both teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2010, with Louisville reaching the national title game.


August 15, 2011
HERMANN TROPHY WATCH
BC’S Di Martino, Mewis on the list

Boston College junior forward Vicki DiMartino and Junior midfielder Kristen Mewis were among nine players from the Atlantic Coast Conference named to the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy Watch List for the 2011 season.



MAKING THE LIST
UConn places pair on MAC Hermann Trophy watch

UConn senior midfielder Carlos Alvarez and senior forward Tony Cascio were named to the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy Watch List for the 2011 season, as was Boston University senior midfielder Michael Bustamante.


August 9, 2011
NSCAA WOMEN’S POLL
Boston College ranked fourth

The complete 2011 NSCAA National Preseason Rankings:


August 9, 2011
BIG EAST WOMEN’S POLL
UConn picked third

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Notre Dame and West Virginia were picked as favorites in the 2011 Big East preseason women’s soccer poll. The Irish were unanimously chosen to win the league’s National Division, while the Mountaineers had eight first-place votes and sit atop the American Division in the poll.


August 1, 2011
BACK ON FOX SOCCER
College Game of the Week to return

The seventh season of the NSCAA College Game of the Week on FOX Soccer will feature eight women’s and 12 men’s matches.


April 5, 2011
NEW CHALLENGE
Gaspar to assist Queiroz in Iran

Dan Gaspar has a new challenge -- the Iranian National Team.


March 25, 2011
STEPS DOWN
Gaspar leaves Hartford after 6 years

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – University of Hartford men’s soccer coach Dan Gaspar has resigned from his position. Gaspar, who is pursuing a coaching opportunity at the international level, has been with the Hartford men’s soccer program since 2005.


March 14, 2011
BENEFIT GAMES
Dartmouth, Harvard to face Haiti National Team

HANOVER, N.H. - The Dartmouth and Harvard men's soccer teams will host the National Team of Haiti to benefit Partners in Health relief efforts in Haiti.


February 9, 2011
BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
UConn to host women in 2012, WVA hosts in 2011

PROVIDENCE, RI---The University of Connecticut will host the 2012 Big East Women’s Soccer Championship. The games will be played at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium in Storrs, Conn. on November 2 and 4, 2012. West Virginia University will host the 2011 Big East Women’s Soccer Championship, with games held at Dick Dlesk Stadium on November 4 and 6, 2011.


January 7, 2010
HERMANN AWARD WINNERS
Stanford's Press is women's winner, Akron's Nagbe takes men's honor

ST. LOUIS, MO. -- Stanford University senior forward Christen Press and University of Akron junior forward Darlington Nagbe Friday were named the women's and men's winners of the 2010 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy.


January 6, 2011
MEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Soccer News Net selects Akron’s Nagbe

University of Akron forward Darlington Nagbe has been named the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Year.


January 6, 2011
WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Soccer News Net selects Notre Dame’s Henderson

Notre Dame junior forward Melissa Henderson has been named the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Year.


January 5, 2011
MEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
New England Soccer News honors Huskies GK Ford

University of Connecticut senior goalkeeper Josh Ford has been named the New England Soccer News Men’s College Player of the Year. He also is among the finalists for the Soccer News Network National Player of the Year, which will be announced January 6.


January 4, 2011
WOMEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
New England Soccer News honors BC’s Mewis

Boston College sophomore midfielder Kristen Mewis has been named the New England Soccer News Women’s College Player of the Year. She also is among the finalists for the Soccer News Network National Player of the Year, which will be announced January 6.


December 16, 2010
VOTING EXTENDED
Women’s Player of the Year voting ends Dec. 23

There’s still time to vote for the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Year. Voting, originally scheduled to end on December 15, has been extended through December 23.


December 16, 2010
FAME CALLS
Wesleyan coach elected by NSCAA

KANSAS CITY, Kan--- Terry Jackson of Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn. has been selected to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame. Jackson and Joe Borrosh of Pittsford-Mendon High School in Pittsford, N.Y., will be inducted into the Hall at the Association’s Awards Banquet on Friday, Jan. 14, 2011, held at the Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore, Md, in conjunction with the 2011 NSCAA Convention.


December 12, 2010
WINNING IT ALL
Akron Zips top Louisville for Championship

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Scott Caldwell’s 79th minute goal was the difference-maker for Akron on Sunday, lifting the Zips over the Louisville Cardinals 1-0 for their first-ever NCAA Championship.


December 11, 2010
A LOOK AT THE CHAMPIONSHIP
#3 seed Akron faces # 1 seed Louisville

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - Last year the Akron Zips entered the College Cup final as the no. 1 seed and as an undefeated team. This season the shoe is on the other foot. Akron (21-1-2) is the no. 3 seed, while their opponent the Louisville Cardinals (20-0-3) are the no. 1 seed and undefeated.


December 10, 2010
BACK TO THE FINAL
Akron fights back for 2-1 win

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - The Akron Zips knew what it took to get back to the College Cup final. Friday night they did just that. A second minute goal by Michigan may have thrown them off for a bit, but the Zips relied on resiliency to earn a 2-1 win and a ticket to the final.


December 10, 2010
HEAVY ON THE ACC
Six on the Soccer News Net Women’s Ballot

GREENSBORO, N.C -- Six women from Atlantic Coast Conference schools are among the 38 finalists for the 2010 Soccer News Net Player of the Year. The on-line ballot, which will be open to fan voting until Wednesday, Dec. 15, includes the following ACC student-athletes: Kristen Mewis, So., M, Boston College; Victoria DiMartino, So., F, Boston College; Crystal Dunn, Fr., D, North Carolina; Sinead Farrelly, Sr., M, Virginia; Jasmyne Spencer Jr., F, Maryland; Meghan Klingenberg, Sr., M, North Carolina.


December 10, 2010
ALL AMERICAN BOYS
UConn’s Cascio, Ford earn NSCAA honors

KANSAS CITY, Ks—UConn’s Tony Cascio and Josh Ford were named to National Soccer Coaches of America All-America team on Friday. Cascio was named to the first team and Ford was listed on the third team.


December 10, 2010
REMAINING PERFECT
Late goal sends Louisville to Final

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - For the second straight match, a late Louisville rally led by Aaron Horton equaled a win for the Cardinals. Horton tallied a goal with under a minute left to hand the North Carolina Tar Heels a 2-1 loss and end their season.


December 10, 2010
MEN’S FINALISTS
Bruin, Nagbe, Rolfe up for Hermann Trophy

The Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, the Mid-American Conference Player of the Year and a first-team All-Big East All selection comprise the three finalists for the 2010 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer. Will Bruin from Indiana, Darlington Nagbe from Akron, and Colin Rolfe from Louisville are the three finalists for the award.


December 10, 2010
WOMEN’S FINALISTS
Henderson, Press, Morgan up for Hermann Trophy

The Big East Offensive Player of the Year, a first-team All-Pac 10 selection and the Pac-10 Player of the Year comprise the three finalists for the 2010 Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer. The finalists were determined in voting by Division I women's head coaches at institutions who are members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.


December 9, 2010
A LOOK AT THE FINAL FOUR
College Cup Kicks off Friday Evening

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - This year's College Cup is full of story lines. The Akron Zips return to the Cup for the second straight season, looking to avenge their loss last season when they fell to Virginia 3-2 in penalty kicks


December 5, 2010
CHAMPS AGAIN
Irish win third Women's College Cup title

CARY, NC--- Notre Dame doesn’t lose when Melissa Henderson factors in the scoring. That scenario held true once again at Wake Med Soccer Park on Sunday as the Fighting Irish defeated Stanford 1-0 to capture the NCAA Womens’ College Cup Championship.


December 3, 2010
LUCK OF THE IRISH
Laddish leads ND into final

CARY, NC---Notre Dame ran into a hot goalkeeper and the woodwork four times, but an 83rd minute goal by freshman Mandy Laddish gave the Fighting Irish a 1-0 win over Ohio State at WakeMed Soccer Park, advancing them to the final of the NCAA College Cup.


December 3, 2010
ALL AMERICA
Mewis named to first team; DiMartino, Sheeleigh, Kevorkian also selected

KANSAS CITY, Kan---Boston College midfielder Kristen Mewis was named to the 2010 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Women’s NCAA Division I All-America First Team. Her team mate Victoria DiMartino was named to the fourth team as were Boston University forward Lisa Kevorkian and Harvard forward Katherine Sheeleigh.


December 1, 2010
HERMANN TROPHY LIST
UConn’s Cascio is a semifinalist

Connecticut forward Tony Cascio is among the 15 semifinalists for the 2010 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, the most prestigious individual award in intercollegiate soccer.


November 24, 2010
MEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Cast your vote!

Thirty seven of the nation’s top men’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Soccer News Net Player of the Year Award.


November 17, 2010
WOMEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Cast your vote!

Thirty eight of the nation’s top women’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Soccer News Net Player of the Year Award.


November 16, 2010
ALL IVY LEAGUE
Complete list of men's selections



November 15, 2010
NCAA MEN’S COLLEGE CUP
First/second round games

All first-round games will be played Thursday, November 18, while all second-round action will take place Sunday, November 21.


November 15, 2010
BEAST OF THE BRACKET
Big East lands seven teams in tourney

PROVIDENCE, R.I.- Seven Big East teams will compete in the 2010 NCAA Championship, including undefeated Louisville, the 2010 Big East Tournament Champion. Providence, Georgetown and West Virginia will host first-round games, while No. 11 seed Connecticut earns a first-round bye and USF will play at Central Florida in the first round. All first-round games will be played Thursday, November 18, while all second-round action will take place Sunday, November 21.


November 15, 2010
TOURNAMENT TIME
BC, Brown, Dartmouth, Provi and UConn earn bids

INDIANAPOLIS--- Boston College, Brown, Dartmouth and Providence, along with 11th seeded Connecticut have been drawn into the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championship Tournament.


November 14, 2010
TOP TURTLES
Maryland wins ACC crown 1-0

CARY, N.C. – Second-seeded Maryland outlasted top-seeded North Carolina, 1-0, to win the 2010 ACC Men’s Soccer Championship Sunday afternoon at WakeMed Soccer Park.


November 14, 2010
BIG EAST CHAMPIONS
Louisville tops Providence in pks



November 12, 2010
ACC SEMIFINAL
Terps advance, will face BC

CARY, N.C. – Behind two goals from senior Jason Herrick, the second-seeded Maryland Terrapins defeated the sixth-seeded Virginia Cavaliers, 2-0, in the first semifinal match of the ACC Men’s Soccer Championship Friday night at WakeMed Soccer Park.


November 12, 2010
SEEING RED
Cardinals top Irish in Big East semis

HARRISON, NJ—One play can change a game. Come playoff time, two plays can change a season. Notre Dame’s season changed at Red Bull Arena on Friday night on two plays, the goal Louisville scored to earn a 1-0 win and the goal Notre Dame didn’t.


November 11, 2010
BIG EAST MEN’S SOCCER AWARDS
Complete list



November 11, 2010
ALL IVY WOMEN
Complete list of winners



November 10, 2010
ACC QUARTERFINALS
Terps, Cavaliers, Tar Heels advance

CARY, N.C. – Junior forward Casey Townsend delivered his third game-winning goal of the season early in the second half, and second-seeded Maryland edged seventh-seeded Clemson, 2-1, in the opening quarterfinal match of the 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Championship.


November 9, 2010
ACC ALL CONFERENCE TEAMS
Duke sweeps player of the year honors

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Fourth-seeded Duke swept the top two individual accolades in the Atlantic Conference year end awards, with – the ACC Offensive Player of the Year award going to Ryan Finley and Defensive Player of the Year to Andrew Wenger.


November 9, 2010
THE FINAL FOUR
Cincinnati vs. Providence, Notre Dame vs. Louisville in Big East semis

PROVIDENCE, R.I.- The field has been set for the semifinals of the Big East men's championship at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J. this weekend.


November 7, 2010
ACC CHAMPS
Wake Forest wins first ever title

CARY, N.C. – Wake Forest goalkeeper Aubrey Bledsoe made three saves on Maryland penalty kicks as the fifth-seeded Demon Deacons claimed their first-ever Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Championship Sunday afternoon at WakeMed Soccer Park.


November 7, 2010
TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN(EERS)
West Virginia wins Big East title

PISCATAWAY, N.J. –Meghan Lewis scored the game winner in the 82nd minute to lead the No. 22/16 West Virginia past USF 1-0 in the title game of the Big East Women’s Soccer Championship played at Yurcak Field on the campus of Rutgers University.


November 7, 2010
HIGH FLYERS
Dayton captures A-10 title with 3-2 OT win

KINGSTON, R.I. – Alexis Garcia scored in the 105th minute as Dayton captured its seventh Atlantic 10 Conference Women’s Soccer Championship crown, its second in as many years, topping Charlotte 4-3 in a double overtime thriller Sunday afternoon at the URI Complex.


November 6, 2010
GUNNING FOR A TITLE
Upset minded USF face West Virginia in Big East final

PISCATAWAY, N.J. –Having already upset a number one and number two seed to advance to the Big East Championship game the USF Bulls are looking to make it a triple sweep on Sunday when they face West Virginia at Yurcak Field at noon.


November 6, 2010
BIG EAST ROUNDUP
Louisville, Notre Dame also advance

LOUISVILLE, Ky---Number one seed Louisville scored two second half goals to defeat West Virginia 2-0 at Cardinal Park Saturday night and advance to the semi-finals of the Big East Conference Championship.


November 6, 2010
BROWN DELIVERS
Bears thrash Yale 4-1

PROVIDENCE, RI- Brown scored three second half goals en route to a 4-1 win over Yale T.J. Popolizio , Evan Coleman , Sean Rosa and Kevin Gavey each scored goals to improve the Bears to 11-2-3 overall and move to 3-2-1 in the Ivy League. The Bulldogs dropped to 3-11-2 on the year and fell to 1-4-1 in league play.



HIGH FLYERS
Dayton gets past Bonnies 1-0 in A1-0

KINGSTON, R.I. – Just 39 seconds into the first overtime period, Alexis Garcia knocked in a rebound from Colleen Williams to lead Daytin to a 1-0 victory over St. Bonaventure in the second semifinal of the 2010 Atlantic 10 Conference Women’s Soccer Championship at the URI Soccer Complex.


November 5, 2010
ACC UPSET
Wake Forest advances over UNC in pks

CARY, N.C – Amanda Howell’s successful penalty kick spelled the difference as fifth-seeded Wake Forest outlasted top-seeded North Carolina in a semifinal of the 23rd annual Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Championship on Friday night at WakeMed Soccer Park.


November 5, 2010
BIG EAST ROUNDUP
USF women advance to face West Virginia

PISCATAWAY, N.J. –Veronica Reid scored twice in the first half, making the difference as USF defeated Marquette 3-2 to advance to the title game of the Big East Championship for the first time in school history.


November 4, 2010
SEARCHING FOR A TITLE
Big East women kick off semifinals Friday

PISCATAWAY, NJ--The 2010 Big East Women’s Soccer Championship semifinals kickoff on Friday, Nov. 5 at Yurcak Field on the campus of Rutgers University.


November 4, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN’S HONORS
Marquette takes three awards

SOMERSET, N.J. – Five different schools were represented when the Big East Conference presented its women’s soccer postseason honors on Thursday evening at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Marquette junior Natalie Kulla was named the Big East Goalkeeper of the Year, while junior teammate Kerry McBride was named the Big East Defensive Player of the Year. Marquette head coach Markus Roeders earned Big East Coach of the Year honors for the second straight season.


November 4, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN
All-Conference Teams



November 4, 2010
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Final regular season wrap



November 3, 2010
A-10 TOURNAMENT
Women kick off Thursday

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – The six team Atlantic 10 Conference Women’s Soccer Championship will kick off at the University of Rhode Island, November 4, 5 and 7. Charlotte and Dayton finished atop the league standings with 24 points to be named A-10 regular season co-champs.


November 3, 2010
ACC ROUNDUP
Maryland, UNC, Wake Forest advance

CARY, N.C. - Molly Dreska scored the only goal as second-seeded Maryland Terrapins blanked the seventh-seeded Duke Blue Devils, 1-0, Wednesday evening at WakeMed Soccer Park to advance to the semifinals of the ACC Women’s Soccer Tournament for the first time since 2003.


October 31, 2010
TOURNEY TIME
BIG EAST first-round pairings set

The Big East men’s tournament begins Wednesday night, when UConn hosts DePaul, St. John’s travels to Marquette, Villanova hosts Providence, and USF plays at West Virginia.


October 31, 2010
PIONEERING EFFORT
Sacred Heart blanks Bryant

FAIRFIELD, Conn. – A pair of early goals for Sacred Heart proved to be enough for the Pioneers as the Bryant University men’s soccer team dropped its season finale, 2-0, Sunday afternoon.


October 31, 2010
HIGH FLYING HAWKS
Monmouth women blank Bryant

WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ . – Ali Kliment scored a pair of second half goals to give Monmouth a 3-0 win over Bryant on the Great Lawn Sunday afternoon.



HUSKIES FALL
OT goal gives Old Dominion 1-0 win

NORFOLK, VA—Junior forward Daniel Lidster scored his first goal of the season in the 104th minute to give ODU a 1-0 victory over Northeastern Saturday night.


October 30, 2010
A TIFFANY JEWEL
Yovino leads Hofstra over Northeastern

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.---Tiffany Yovino scored both goals, including the game winner, in the 101st minute to give No. No. 21 Hofstra, a 2-1 in double overtime win over Northeastern, on Saturday.


October 29, 2010
NOT ENOUGH
Bryant women fall in OT

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The Bryant Bulldog women took an early lead but could not hold on, falling 2-1 in overtime to Mount St. Mary’s Friday night in Emmitsburg, Md.


October 29, 2010
ROUGH KNIGHT
Bulldogs nipped by Fairleigh Dickinson

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Despite a furious second-half rally, the Bryant University men dropped a 2-1 decision to Fairleigh Dickinson on senior day at Sutton Field Friday afternoon.


October 26, 2010
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Hoyas clinch post season berth

The Hoyas went 2-0 on the week with wins over Pittsburgh on Oct. 20 and Marquette on Oct. 23, clinching a berth into the Big East Championship.


October 26, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Ten teams set for post season

The 10-team Big East women’s soccer championship field has been set with Notre Dame and Marquette earning No. 1 seeds. Georgetown and West Virginia earned No. 2 seeds, while Rutgers and USF earned No. 3 seeds. All six teams earned byes to the quarterfinals of the Big East Championship.


October 24, 2010
SCORELESS SHOOTOUT
Brown-Cornell women in 0-0 draw

PROVIDENCE, RI – The Brown women outshot Cornell , 20-6, but had little to show for it, as the two teams battled to a 0-0 draw on Sunday afternoon at Stevenson Field. Bears’ goalies Amber Bledsoe and MC Barrett helped Brown post its sixth shutout of the year, while combining to stop three shots.


October 24, 2010
BRYANT BLANKED
Bulldogs women fall to CCSU 1-0

NEW BRITAIN, Conn--A late first half goal by Cilo Tregar gave Central Connecticut State a 1-0 win over Bryant University at CCSU Soccer Field Sunday afternoon.


October 24, 2010
HIGH FLYING HAWKS
Bryant fall to Monmouth 3-0

WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ---Three different players scored for Monmouth as they shut out Bryant College 3-0 at The Great Lawn on Sunday afternoon.


October 24, 2010
WOMEN’S BRACKETS SET
UConn seeded fourth in Big East

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The 10-team Big East women’s soccer championship field has been set with Notre Dame and Marquette earning No. 1 seeds. Georgetown and West Virginia earned No. 2 seeds, while Rutgers and USF earned No. 3 seeds. All six teams earned a bye to the quarterfinals of the Big East Championship. Connecticut and DePaul earned No. 4 seeds and will host No. 5 seeds Louisville and Pittsburgh in first-round action this week.


October 23, 2010
FOUR ON THE FLOOR
Northeastern routs UNC-Wilmington 4-0

BROOKLINE, Mass.---Four different players scored as Northeastern routed UNC Wilmington 4-0 on Friday at Parsons Field. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Fylak picked up her first career victory with a shutout.


October 23, 2010
COLLAPSE ON THE MOUNT
Bryant loses in OT 4-3

EMMITSBURG, Md. – Senior Norbert Guery had a pair of first half goal for Bryant, but Alex Oxford scored in overtime to give Mount St. Mary’s a 4-3 win at Waldron Family Stadium Friday night.


October 22, 2010
BULLDOGS BESTED
Bryan women fall to Quinnipiac 1-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – A second half goal by Jillian Strassner was all Quinnipiac need to beat Bryant University in cold, windy conditions on senior day at Bulldog Stadium Friday afternoon.


October 19, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
DePaul claims post season spot



October 19, 2010
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Hoyas on a hot streak

Cincinnati went 1-1-0 last week, falling to Louisville 3-1 on Oct. 13 before defeating Seton Hall 2-1 on Oct. 16...In the win against Seton Hall, Shamar Shelton and Matt Bahner each scored in the second half...The Bearcats are back in action against USF on Oct. 20 and at Villanova on Oct. 23.


October 17, 2010
TOPPED BY TRIBE
Notheastern falls to William & Mary 1-0

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. ---A second half goal by Mallory Schaeffer lifted William & Mary to a 1-0 win over Northeastern on Sunday.


October 17, 2010
ONE IS ENOUGH
Bryant women fall to LIU 1-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – A second half goal was enough to give the Long Island University women a 1-0 win over Bryant College in a Northeast Conference matchup Sunday afternoon at Bulldog Stadium.


October 17, 2010
CLEAN SHEETS
Bryant, Central Conn. scoreless

NEW BRITAIN, Conn – Bryant University and Central Connecticut battled to a scoreless tie at Willowbrook Park on Sunday afternoon.


October 15, 2010
A ROYAL BRACE
Northeastern falls to Old Dominion 2-1

NORFOLK, Va.---Victoria Johnson scored two goals to give Old Dominion a 2-1 win over Northeastern at ODU Soccer Stadium Friday night.


October 12, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
DePaul sweeps NJ schools, Irish extend streak, Hoyas, Eagles heat up

DePaul went 2-0-0 last week, including a 2-0 win over Rutgers on Oct. 8 and a 1-0 double-overtime win against Seton Hall on Oct. 10


October 10, 2010
GOLDEN GUERY
OT goal leads Bryant over LIU

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Senior Norbert Guery scored four minutes into overtime to give Bryant University a 2-1 victory over Long Island Sunday afternoon at Bulldog Stadium.


October 10, 2010
LEAD EVAPORATES
Northeastern falls to Towson 2-1

BROOKLINE, Mass. The Northeastern women jumped out to an early lead, but fell to Towson, 2-1, on Sunday at Parsons Field.


October 10, 2010
ONE IS ALL IT TAKES
Bryant blanks St. Francis (PA)

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Junior Kaitlyn Hinck gave the Bryant University women a 1-0 lead just 16 minutes into the match at Bulldog Stadium and it was all the Bulldogs needed to defeat Saint Francis (PA.) and improve to 3-0-1 in the Northeast Conference (5-7-2 overall).


October 8, 2010
BAUM COLLARS BULLDOGS
Two goals leads 5-0 rout of Bryant

BROOKLYN, NY– Nick Baum netted a pair of goals and three other players added solo tallies as St. Francis (N.Y.) defeated Bryant University 5-0, on Friday afternoon.


October 8, 2010
BULLDOGS BITE
Bryant women blank Robert Morris 2-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Junior Kaitlyn Hinck and senior Steph Del Mistro each netted a goal while the defense took care of the rest as the Bryant University women downed Northeast Conference foe Robert Morris, 2-0, Friday afternoon at Sutton Field.


October 5, 2010
A BROWN FIRST
Bears beat St. John’s 1-0

PROVIDENCE, RI- Evan Coleman scored his first goal of the season to give Brown their first ever win over St. John’s 1-0 on Tuesday night at Stevenson Field.


October 5, 2010
ROOKIE BRACES BROWN
Wiener scores first two of career

PROVIDENCE, RI – Freshman Maddie Wiener became the fourth member of the Class of 2014 to score her first career goal, as the rookie forward tallied the first two goals of her career to lead the Brown women’s soccer team (5-3-3) to a 2-0 victory over Holy Cross (3-5-2) on Tuesday evening at Stevenson Field.


October 5, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Mountaineers extend unbeaten streak

The Mountaineers extended their unbeaten streak to four matches following a 3-0-0 record last week in conference play.


October 5, 2010
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Two shutouts for Bearcats, MU unbeaten in four

Cincinnati posted two shutouts last week, recording a 0-0 tie against Xavier and a 2-0 win against Rutgers...


October 3, 2010
SCORELESS
Bryant women Fairfield 0-0

FAIRFIELD, Conn--Sophomore goalkeeper Kelsi Jacob made six saves for the Bryant University women as they tied Sacred Heart, 0-0, Sunday afternoon


October 3, 2010
DRAWS AND DRAGONS
Northwestern ties Drexel 1-1

BROOKLINE, Mass. ---Northwestern took a second half lead, but Drexel came back to tie it as the two women’s teams played to a 1-1 draw on Sunday at Parsons Field.


October 3, 2010
RED FLASH ROMP
St. Francis upends Bryant, 4-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – It wasn’t for lack of trying, but Bryant University suffered their first Northeast Conference loss of the season with Sunday’s 4-0 loss to Saint Francis (Pa.) at Bulldog Stadium.


October 1, 2010
SALVAGE JOB
Second half goal gives Bryant 1-1 tie

SMITHFIELD, R.I. –Sean Kaukas knocked in the game-tying goal early in the second half to help Bryant salvage a 1-1 overtime tie with visiting Robert Morris University in the Northeast Conference opener Friday at a rain-soaked Bulldog Stadium.


October 1, 2010
A BULLDOG BRACE
Johnstone leads Bryant women past FDU

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Sophomore Krista Johnstone netted a pair of goals, both on feeds from senior Steph Del Mistro, to lead the Bryant University women past Fairleigh Dickinson, 3-0, in the Northeast Conference opener Friday afternoon at a rain-swept Bulldog Stadium.


October 1, 2010
FROM THE BRINK
Northeastern comes back twice to win

HOCKESSIN, Del. --The Northeastern women came back from a one-goal deficit twice to defeat Delaware 3-2 at the Hockessin Soccer Club on Friday. The game was postponed on Thursday due heavy rains in the Mid-Atlantic region and moved from Delaware’s campus.


September 30, 2010
SHOOTING GALLERY
Maine takes 23 shots in win over Vermont

ORONO, Maine –Lisa Bijman scored the game-winner in the 65th minute as the Maine Black Bears edged America East rival Vermont 2-1 Thursday at Alumni Field.


September 29, 2010
FIGHTING BACK
UNH women tie Brown 2-2

PROVIDENCE, RI – The New Hampshire women fought back from a pair of one goal deficits to tie Brown 2-2 Wednesday afternoon at Stevenson Field.


September 28, 2010
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Louisville remains unbeaten

The Cardinals remained unbeaten with a scoreless draw against Ohio State and a 2-1 victory over Providence. . .


September 28, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
WVU GK closes in on school record

WVU’s Kerri Butler has 34 career shutouts, leaving her three short of breaking the school’s all-time record.


September 26, 2010
OUT DUKED
Northeastern falls to James Madison 2-1

HARRISONBURG, VA.---Two second half goals by Teresa Rynier pushed James Madison past Northeastern 3-1 on Sunday.


September 24, 2010
MORSE CODE
Pair of goals leads Manhattan over Bryant

NEW YORK---Caroline Morse scored two goals for Manhattan College as they defeated Bryant University Friday night. Manhattan improves to 2-5-1 with the victory while the Bulldogs drop to 2-7-1 to mark the end of their non-conference schedule.


September 22, 2010
HILTON SERVES ONE UP
OT goal give UNH 2-1 win over Bryant

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Brad Hilton scored two minutes into over time to give New Hampshire a 2-1 win over Bryant Wednesday night.


September 22, 2010
DANES ARE GREATER
Bryant falls to Albany 2-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Despite taking seven shots in the second half, the Bryant University women could not climb back from an early deficit, falling to the University at Albany, 2-0 at Bulldog Stadium Wednesday afternoon.


September 22, 2010
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Panthers fall twice after 4-0 start

After a 4-0 start, the Panthers lost twice last week, falling to James Madison and Cal-State Fullerton in Morgantown, W.Va


September 22, 2010
IT'S GOOD TO BE KING
Ex-Harvard aide joins Rutgers staff

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Rutgers women’s coach Glenn Crooks named Fred King to his staff Wednesday as the director of soccer operations.


September 22, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
UConn unbeaten streak snapped

UConn saw its five-game unbeaten stretch snapped with a 3-1 loss at Boston University on Sept. 19.


September 19, 2010
SKID SNAPPED
Wildcats end losing streak 1-0 over Bryant

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Brooke Duchaney scored the only goal to give New Hampshire a 1-0 win over Bryant on Sunday.


September 17, 2010
HUSKIES RALLY
NU downs New Hampshire 3-1

BROOKLINE, MASS. Paced by a pair of second half goals, the Northeastern Huskies downed the New Hampshire Wildcats, 3-1, at Parsons Field on Friday night.


September 15, 2010
BACK FROM THE BRINK
Bryant women tie Holy Cross 2-2

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Bryant’s women came back from a two goal deficit to tie Holy Cross 2-2 at the Bryant Turf Complex on Wednesday.


September 15, 2010
STOPPING ARMY
Bryant wins 1-0 in OT

WEST POINT, N.Y. – Angelo Caputi scored in the 105th minute to give Bryant University a 1-0 win over The United States Military Academy Wednesday night. The win was the Bulldogs (2-2) second straight.


September 16, 2010
ATLANTIC 10 WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
GW’s Mahon un-scored upon

George Washington’s Bridget Mahon has not allowed a goal this year keeping opponents off the scoreboard in three appearances covering 192 minutes between the posts. She has five saves.


September 14, 2010
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Diop helps UConn stay unbeaten



September 14, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Conference play kicks in this week

While a Georgetown-Villanova matchup officially opened Big East Conference play on Sept. 1, a majority of the teams step into league action later this week. A key matchup in the National Division kicks things off as undefeated Louisville (6-0-0) hosts Cincinnati (5-1-1) on Sept. 16 in the battle of I-71. In the American Division on Sept. 17, UConn (4-2-1) hosts Providence (6-1-0), while USF (5-1-1) hosts preseason divisional favorite Marquette (3-3-2).


September 12, 2010
FIRST WIN
Bryant tops Manhattan 2-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Bryant got goals in each half to defeat Manhattan College 2-0 for its first win of the season Sunday afternoon.


September 12, 2010
SECOND HALF BLITZ
Northeastern scores three to beat Lafayette

BROOKLINE, Mass.--- The Northeastern women scored three unanswered goals in the second half to defeat Lafayette 3-0 at Parsons Field Sunday.


September 10, 2010
BRACE BUMPS BRYANT
Lafayette hands Bulldogs another loss

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Jill Dozier tallied a pair of goals for the Leopards as the Bryant University women fell to visiting Lafayette, 2-0 Friday afternoon. Bryant dipped to 2-3 with the loss while the Leopards improved to 3-2 on the season.


September 7, 2010
ATLANTIC 10 WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Pfeiffer, Morin share Player of the Week

Saint Joseph’s Jen Pfeiffer and La Salle’s Renee Washington lead the Atlantic 10 Conference with 10 points as both have tallied five goals each this year.


September 7, 2010
ATLANTIC 10 WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Pfeiffer, Morin share Player of the Week

Saint Joseph’s Jen Pfeiffer and La Salle’s Renee Washington lead the Atlantic 10 Conference with 10 points as both have tallied five goals each this year.


September 7, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Cincinnati off to best start

UC is off to its best start in school history and is unbeaten in six games (5-0-1)...


September 7, 2010
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Georgetown’s Onyeador has 2 game winners



September 5, 2010
TWO MINUTE DRILL
Bryant win second straight in OT

JERSEY CITY, N.J. – The Bryant University women’s soccer team seems to have a flare for the dramatic as of late as sophomore Alex Bengston scored the game-winning goal in the second minute of overtime to beat Saint Peter’s College, 1-0 Sunday afternoon.


September 3, 2010
FIRST WIN
Bryant women top NJIT

NEWARK, N.J. – In her third game as a member of the Bryant University women’s soccer team, freshman Ari Goldberg scored the game-winning goal early in the first overtime to lift the Bulldogs past the New Jersey Institute of Technology, 2-1 Friday night.


September 3, 2010
ON A ROLL
Northeastern wins third straight

HANOVER, N.H. The Northeastern women continued to roll on Friday, defeating Brown, 1-0, in the first game of the Nike Invitational Tournament.


September 3, 2010
TAYLOR MADE
Gorman scores two to lead Brown over Bryant

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Junior Taylor Gorman scored a pair of goals for Brown and Austin Mandel registered two assists as the Bears defeated Bryant University 4-0 on Friday afternoon at Bryant’s Sutton Field.


September 1, 2010
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
D’Ambrisi leads Georgetown



September 1, 2010
A-10 WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Fordham’s Ancelj Player of the Week

Fordham and Charlotte remain the lone unbeaten in the Atlantic 10 Conference through the first two weeks of the 2010 Women’s Soccer season...the Rams tied for the best start in program history at 3-0-0...the 49ers open the season at 2-0-0 for the ninth time in school history, they will look to match last year’s start with a win over Arizona State on Friday.


August 31, 2010
HOSTING THE COLLEGE CUP
KSU Stadium gets 2010 women’s final

KENNESAW, Ga.---KSU Soccer Stadium will host the 2011 NCAA Women’s College Cup, the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Committee announced.
The $16 million soccer stadium is shared by Kennesaw State University and the Atlanta Beat of Women’s Professional Soccer.


August 29, 2010
KNOTTED UP
New Hampshire, Rider draw 1-1

BURLINGTON, Vt. – New Hampshire and Rider played to a 1-1 draw despite two overtime periods in day two of the TD Bank Classic at Centennial Field.


August 29, 2010
OCEAN STATE SWEEP
Northeastern takes second of weekend

KINGSTON, R.I. - The Northeastern women completed a Rhode Island weekend sweep on Sunday, defeating Rhode Island, 2-1.


August 27, 2010
WILDCATS WIN
UNH tops LaSalle 2-1

BURLINGTON, Vt. –New Hampshire defeated La Salle 2-1 in the first game of the TD Bank Classic hosted by Vermont.


August 27, 2010
BLANKED BULLDOGS
Northeastern Huskies top Bryant3-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Northeastern University jumped out to an early lead and kept up the balanced offensive attack as they defeated the Bryant University women’s soccer team, 3-0 on Friday afternoon. The win was the first for the Huskies under new coach Tracy Leone.


August 22, 2010
GOING STAG
Fairfield tops Bryant 1-0

SMITHFIELD, R.I. –Junior Jasmin Corniel scored the only goal of the game to give Fairfield a 1-0 win over Bryant University at a rainy Bulldog Stadium Sunday afternoon.


August 22, 2010
CAROLINA CLEAN SHEET
Northeastern falls to Gamecocks 3-0

BROOKLINE, Mass. - The Northeastern women's fell to No. 12 South Carolina, 3-0, in its season opener on Saturday at Parsons Field.


August 10, 2010
NSCAA WOMEN’S PRE-SEASON POLL
BC ranked sixth, Seven ACC teams in top 25

KANSAS CITY, Kan---The Boston College women were ranked sixth in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America pre-season poll, announced Tuesday.


August 10, 2010
NSCAA MEN’S PRE-SEASON POLL
Harvard, BC, UConn ranked

KANSAS CITY, Kan---Harvard university, Boston College and the University of Connecticut were ranked in the top 25 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America pre-season poll, announced Tuesday.


June 8, 2010
OCEAN STATE CLASSIC
Four schools in four year deal for tournament

Brown, Bryant, Providence and Rhode Island men's soccer teams have announced the formation of a four-year agreement to participate in the Ocean State Soccer Classic, beginning in the fall of 2010.


April 20, 2010
COACHING GIG
Breakers Phillips to assist Northeastern

Ashley Phillips, a former collegiate standout at Clemson and current goalkeeper for the Boston Breakers has been named an assistant women’s soccer coach at Northeastern University.


April 19, 2010
TAKING OVER TUFTS
Harvard assistant Junot named head coach

MEDFORD, Mass. – Former Harvard assistant coach Carl Junot has been named the head men’s soccer coach at Tufts, it was announced over the weekend.


April 14, 2010
NEW ASSISTANT
Massengale joins Northeastern women’s staff

Lindsay Massengale, a former professional soccer player and star defender at Clemson University, has been named assistant women’s soccer coach at Northeastern.


March 9, 2010
A HUSKIES CLASS
Northeastern signs five

The Northeastern University men’s team has five new recruits coming on board. Joining the Huskies are Conner Alexander, Hamadi Cantave, Nikko Lara, Rex Messing and AJ Stueck.


March 5, 2010
REUNITED
Gaspar to work with Portugal, Queiroz at WC

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – University of Hartford’s men's coach Dan Gaspar has rejoied Portugal's National Team staff in preparation for World Cup in South Africa.


February 2, 2010
GUIDING THE HUSKIES
Leone takes over at Northeastern

Tracy Leone has been named the head women’s coach at Northeastern University, talking over the Huskies after spending the last three years as an assistant under her husband Ray Leone and helping lead the Crimson to back-to-back Ivy League championships in 2008 and ‘09. Harvard went 29-16-7 while Leone was in Cambridge. She takes over for Ed Matz who resigned to move over to UMass.


January 12, 2010
MEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Bunbury honored by Soccer News Net

Akron sophomore Teal Bunbury has been named the Soccer News Net Men’s College Player of the Year. The award is given based on fan balloting, which concluded on December 19, and on voting by the staff of the six Soccer News Net sites.


January 11, 2010
WOMEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
O’Hara honored by Soccer News Net



January 8, 2010
TOP OF THE COLLEGE HEAP
O'Hara, Bunbury win Hermann Trophies

ST. LOUIS -- Senior forward Kelley O’Hara from Stanford University and sophomore forward Teal Bunbury from the University of Akron Friday night were named the winners of the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, presented to the top female and male players in NCAA Division I soccer. The winners were decided by a vote of NCAA Division I soccer coaches who are members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.


January 5, 2010
MEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
New England Soccer News honors Harvard’s Akpan

Harvard forward Andre Akpan has been named the New England Soccer News Men’s College Player of the Year. He also is among the finalists for the Soccer News Network National player of the Year, which will be announced next week.


December 13, 2009
RETURN TO GLORY
Cavaliers snap 15-year College Cup drought

CARY, NC—The nation’s top two college soccer teams battled to a 110-minute scoreless draw before the University of Virginia captured the 2009 College Cup championship 3-2 in penalty kicks over the previously unbeaten Akron Zips Sunday at WakeMed Soccer Park.


December 12, 2009
TUESDAY DEADLINE
Vote for women's college player of year

Thirty eight of the nation’s top women’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Soccer News Net Player of the Year Award.


December 11, 2009
COLLEGE CUP SEMIFINALS
Virginia, Akron advance

CARY, NC---Brian Ownby scored in the third minute of overtime to give Virginia a 2-1 win over Wake Forest and propel the Cavaliers into the final of the NCAA College Cup.


December 11, 2009
ALL AMERICA
Akpan named for third time

CARY, NC---Andre Akpan (Harvard/Grand Prairie, Texas) earned his third selection to the NSCAA Men’s NCAA Division I All-America Team with the announcement of the 2009 squad. He is one of only four among the 36 players to earn repeat honors.


December 11, 2009
MEN’S HERMANN FINALISTS
Akpan, Bone, Bunbury up for MAC honor

CARY, NC---The Ivy League Player of the Year, the ACC Offensive Player of the Year and Mid-American Conference Player of the Year comprise the three finalists for the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer. The finalists were determined in voting by Division I men's soccer coaches who are members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.


December 11, 2009
HOSTING THE BIG EAST
Men's semis, finals at Red Bull Arena next 3 years

PROVIDENCE, RI---The Big East and the New York Red Bulls will join forces with a three-year partnership for the conference’s men’s soccer championship at Red Bull Arena through the 2012 tournament, it was announced Friday. The 25,000-seat stadium in Harrison, N.J., is scheduled to open for an MLS match between the Red Bulls and Chicago Fire on March 27.


December 11, 2009
HERMANN WOMEN FINALISTS
Cheney, Heath, O’Hara are final 3

CARY, North Carolina – A four-time NSCAA All-America, a first-team All-ACC selection and the Pac-10 player of the year comprise the three finalists for the Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer. The finalists were determined in voting by Division I women's soccer coaches who are members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.


December 11, 2009
MEN'S COLLEGE CUP
TV schedule for Friday, Sunday

ESPN2 AND ESPNU will televise the Men's College Cup Friday and Sunday.


December 6, 2009
TAR HEELS AGAIN
Carolina wins 20th NCAA title

COLLEGE STATION, Tex---There are sports dynasties and then there are the North Carolina Tar Heels. Jessica McDonald scored in the third minute as North Carolina beat previously undefeated Stanford 1-0 to capture their 20 the NCAA championship in front of 8,536 fans at rain soaked Aggie Stadium Sunday.


December 5, 2009
NCAA MEN’S QUARTERFINALS
Unbeaten Zips advance, so does Wake Forest

AKRON, Ohio--- Kofi Sarkodie scored in the 17th minute to lead the Akron Zips to a 1-0 win over Tulsa before 4,254 fans Saturday night at Lee Jackson Field. Akron advances to the College Cup for the second time in school history and for the first time in 23 years.


December 5, 2009
NCAA MEN’S QUARTERFINALS
Virginia, North Carolina advance

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va---Virginia took a sixth minute lead and never looked back as they defeated defending NCAA Champion Maryland 3-0 in a clash of Atlantic Coast Conference schools on front of 4,900 at Klocklner Stadium Friday night.


December 4, 2009
CAROLINA'S SPOILER
Nogueira dashes Irish hopes again

COLLEGE STATION, Tex.—An old nemesis returned on Friday to spoil the Notre Dame women’s championship hopes for the third time in four years. North Carolina senior Casey Nogueira, who scored game-winning goals against the Irish in the 2006 and 2008 College Cup finals, eluded her defender and scored from point-blank range in the 83rd minute to give the Tar Heels a 1-0 win and send the Irish packing in the semifinal round.


December 4, 2009
BRIDESMAIDS AGAIN
UCLA falls in semi to Stanford

COLLEGE STATION, Tx.---Stanford’s golden duo kept the Cardinal undefeated, and ended UCLA’s season at the College Cup without a trophy for seventh straight year. Kelley O’Hara gave Stanford a lead and Kristin Press scored the overtime game winner to give Stanford a 2-1 win and advance them to the final on Sunday.


December 4, 2009
NSCAA ALL AMERICA
Three from BC named, BU, UConn & Northeastern all represented

COLLEGE STATION, Tx.---Boston College goalkeeper Jill Mastroianni, defender Kelly Henderson and forward Vicki DiMartino were named secon team National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-America. Northeastern forward Devin Petta was also named to the second team, while Connecticut defender Brittany Taylor and Boston University defender Casey Brown were named to the third team.


December 3, 2009
FINALIST SHOWCASE
Player of the Year nominees in College Cup

Seven finalists for the Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Year award will be showcasing their talents at this weekend’s NCAA Women’s College Cup in College Station, Texas.


December 3, 2009
NO CINDERELLA TEAMS
Final Four have been there before

Cinderella does not live in the NCAA Women’s Tournament. Everyone of the four teams in the semi-finals has been there before and three of the four teams were number one regional seeds. The first semi-final will feature Pac-10 rivals UCLA and Stanford at 5:30 pm ET, while Notre Dame will square off against defending champion North Carolina at 8:00 pm ET at the Aggie Soccer Stadium in College Station, Texas.


December 3, 2009
HERMANN TROPHY SEMIFINALISTS – WOMEN
BC’s Henderson makes the list

Boston College defender Kelly Henderson is among 15 semifinalists for the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer.


December 3, 2009
HERMANN TROPHY SEMIFINALISTS – MEN
Harvard’s Akpan, UConn’s Stahl make the list

Harvard striker Andre Akpan and Connecticut midfielder Toni Stahl are among the 15 semifinalists for the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer.


November 29, 2009
NCAA MEN’S ROUNDUP
Wake Forest, North Carolina advance

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.-- Ari Dimas scored the only goal to lead Virginia to a 1-0 win over Portland at Klockner Stadium Sunday. The Cavaliers advance to the quarterfinals and will face Maryland on Friday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. in Charlottesville.


November 28, 2009
NCAA WOMEN’S ROUNDUP
UCLA advance for seventh straight year

LOS ANGELES---A first half goal by Lauren Cheney was the game winner as UCLA advanced to their seventh cosnecutive NCAA College Cup with a 2-1 quarterfinal win over Portland at Drake Stadium Saturday night.


November 28, 2009
DOMINANT ROLE
ACC lays claim to NCAA Final Four

Perhaps no conference has dominated a final four in any college sport like the Atlantic Coast Conference has in women’s soccer. With North Carolina’s 5-2 win over Wake Forest on Friday, the ACC will have a team in the final four for the 27th year (of a possible 28) that at least one ACC team has reached the Final Four and the fifth straight year the conference has been represented.


November 28, 2009
NCAA WOMEN’S QUARTERFINALS
Notre Dame, North Carolina advance

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A pair of first half goals, less than a minute apart propelled Notre Dame into the NCAA College Cup with a 2-0 win over Florida State in front of an unfriendly crowd of 2,000 at the Seminole Soccer Complex Friday.


November 24, 2009
FIVE FINALISTS
New England players on the ballot for Women’s Player of the Year

Five players from New England schools are among the 38 nominees for the 2009 Soccer News New Women’s College Player of the Year Award.


November 22, 2009
NCAA MEN'S ROUNDUP
Second round recaps

EAST LANSING, Mich.-- Christian Ibeagha and Andrew Wenger scored first half goals to lead Duke to a 2-1 win over Michigan State.


November 21, 2009
NCAA WOMEN’S ROUNDUP
Tar Heels advance again

CHAPEL HILL, NC----Casey Nogueira scored the only goal as North Carolina posted their eighth straight shutout with a 1-0 win over Maryland at Fetzer Field on Saturday.


November 20, 2009
NCAA WOMEN’S ROUNDUP
Round of 16 Recaps

COLUMBIA, SC---Bess Harrington scored off a corner kick with one second left to give Wake Forest a 1-0 win over South Carolina Friday night in front of 4,347 fans at Stone Stadium.


November 19, 2009
NCAA MEN’S ROUNDUP
First round recaps

Sebastian Thuriere and Bernardo Anor scored in the first half as USF came back from a one goal deficit to defeat Stetson 2-1. The Hatter had taken the lead on an early goal by Fredrik Brustad.


November 17, 2009
MEN’S ALL IVY
First, Second Honorable Mention



November 17, 2009
MEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Cast your vote!

Thirty four of the nation’s top men’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Soccer News Net Player of the Year Award.


November 15, 2009
NCAA WOMEN’S ROUNDUP
Second round recaps

CHAPEL HILL, NC---Courtney Jones scored in the ninth minute and Tobin Heath, Meghan Klingenberg and Lucy Bronze added goals as North Carolina defeated Georgia to advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament for the 28th consecutive time.


November 13, 2009
NCAA WOMEN’S ROUNDUP
First round recaps Part 2



November 13, 2009
NCAA WOMEN’S ROUNDUP
First round recaps Part 1



November 12, 2009
AWARD SEASON
UConn, Providence players honored by BIG EAST

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Connecticut senior Kwame Watson-Siriboe and Louisville senior Phil Edginton have both been named 2009 BIG EAST Defensive Players of the Year. Watson-Siriboe's teammates, senior Toni Stahl and freshman Carlos Alvarez, have been named BIG EAST Midfielder and Rookie of the Year, respectively.


November 10, 2009
WOMEN’S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Cast your vote!

Thirty eight of the nation’s top women’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Soccer News Net Player of the Year Award.


November 8, 2009
ACC WOMEN”S CHAMPIONSHIP
It’s the Tar Heels again.

CARY, N.C. – North Carolina does not lose in the ACC Championship. The Tar Heels captured their 20th conference title with a 3-0 win over Florida State Sunday afternoon at WakeMed Soccer Park. Only twice in the 22-year history of the tournament has UNC not captured the crown as it improved to 57-0-3 in ACC Tournament action.


November 8, 2009
BIG EAST WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP
Notre Dame wins title for 11th time

STORRS, Conn. – Senior Amanda Clark registered her first career postseason points scoring a goal in the 71st minute to lift Notre Dame to its 11th Big East Championship, and second straight, with a 2-1 victory over Marquette on Sunday afternoon at Morrone Stadium.


November 7, 2009
HAWKS RALLY, 2-1
Unseat BU in America East

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. - Down a goal with 24 minutes remaining in the America East tournament opening round match-up, Hartford rallied with two scores in the following 10 minutes to defeat the Boston University 2-1, on Saturday night at Al-Marzook Field.


November 7, 2009
THIRD SEED
Northeastern opens CAA on Friday

RICHMOND, VA--- The pairings are set for the 2009 CAA Men’s Soccer Championship, which will be held November 13 and 15 at UNCW Soccer Stadium in Wilmington, N.C.


November 6, 2009
BIG EAST WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT
Irish move on with 2-1 win

STORRS, Conn. – Sophomore Jessica Schuveiller scored in the 99th minute to give Notre Dame a 2-1 win over St. John’s 2-1 in the semifinals of the 2009 Big East Women’s Soccer Championship on Friday night.


November 6, 2009
BIG EAST WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT
Marquette blanks West Virginia

STORRS, Conn. – Rachel Sloan scored the only goal of the game and sophomore goalkeeper Natalie Kulla made six saves and increased her league-leading shutout total to 15, as the Golden Eagles defeated West Virginia 1-0 in the first semifinal of the 2009 Big East Women’s Soccer Championship at Joe Morrone Stadium Friday.


November 6, 2009
ACC WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT
Seminoles advance 2-0 over Hokies

CARY, N.C. – Top-seed Florida State broke open a tight game in the second half and advanced to the Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Championship finals for the fifth time in school history with a 2-0 victory over fourth-seeded Virginia Tech Friday night at WakeMed Soccer Park.


November 6, 2009
HUSKIES FALL
#1 seed Northeastern losses to JMU

BROOKLINE, Mass. – Junior midfield Teresa Rynier registered three assists to lead fourth-seeded James Madison to a 3-1 victory over #1 Northeastern in the second semifinal of the CAA Women’s Soccer Championship Friday evening at Northeastern University’s Parsons Field.


November 6, 2009
DOUBLE HONORS
Northeastern’s Petta gets two CAA Awards

BROOKLINE, Mass. - Northeastern freshman forward Devin Petta was selected as the 2009 Colonial Athletic Association women's soccer Player and Rookie of the Year in voting by the league's head coaches. The award was presented Thursday night on the eve of the semifinals of the CAA Women's Soccer Championship.


November 5, 2009
BIG EAST WOMEN’S ALL CONFERENCE
UConn places one on first, second, third teams



November 4, 2009
BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
Semi Finals Kick off Friday

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The 2009 Big East Women’s Soccer Championship heads to Storrs, Conn., on the campus of the University of Connecticut for three games, with the semifinals set to begin on Friday, Nov. 6.


November 4, 2009
ACC WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT
Tar Heels, Hokies advance

CARY, N.C.—Third seeded North Carolina scored a goal in first half and added two in the second to blank sixth-seeded Maryland, 3-0, and advanced to Friday’s 7:30 p.m. semifinal match against second-seeded Boston College.


November 2, 2009
ACC WOMEN’S PAIRINGS SET
BC is second seed

CARY, N.C. – Florida State will be the top-seeded team as the 22nd Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Championship gets under way Wednesday (Nov. 4) at Cary’s WakeMed Soccer Park.


October 28, 2009
AMERICA EAST WOMEN
Awards, All Conference teams



October 26, 2009
A BIG TEN BOW
Schoepfer named Player of the Week

PARK RIDGE, Ill--Katie Schoepfer recorded just the 13th hat trick in Penn State history, and the first since 2005, in a 6-0 win over Illinois on Sunday.


October 25, 2009
BRACKET SET
UConn to open Big East tournament



October 24, 2009
POSTPONED
Dartmouth, UConn games rescheduled

Due to sever weather conditions in the northeast, several soccer games have been postponed.


October 15, 2009
BACK TO CARY
ACC Championships at WakeMed Park

CARY, N.C. – For the second straight year, Cary’s WakeMed Soccer Park will play host to both the Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships.


October 2, 2009
EARLY GOAL FELLS WILDCATS
Huskies prevail 1-0 over Villanova

STORRS, Conn—An early goal by Linda Ruutu gave Connecticut a 1-0 win over Villanova at Morrone Stadium Friday. The victory was the first for the Huskies over the Wildcats since 2004.


October 2, 2009
LATE HEROICS
CCSU scores with seconds left for 1-1 tie

NEW BRITAIN, Conn—Sophomore Jared Spieker was the late game hero once again, as he scored with 13 seconds remaining in regulation to give Central Connecticut State University a 1-1 tie against St. Francis (PA) in the Blue Devils' Northeast Conference opener on Friday.


September 29, 2009
HAWK HUNTERS
CCSU blanks Hartford, 3-0

NEW BRITAIN, Conn.— Central Connecticut State (5-2-0) scored twice in the first 14 minutes of play and went on to defeat the University of Hartford, 3-0, Tuesday afternoon at CCSU Soccer Field.


September 28, 2009
HUSKY NETS BIG EAST HONOR
Watson-Sirboe Defensive Player of the Week

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Connecticut senior captain Kwame Watson-Siriboe was named this week's Big East Defensive Player of the Week as he led the UConn men's soccer team to its fourth and fifth shutouts of the season, both offensively and defensively, over the weekend.


September 28, 2009
BIG EAST SWEEP
UConn shuts down Orange 2-0

STORRS, Conn. – Cruz Hernandez scored his first goal of the season as the University of Connecticut downed Syracuse 2-0 before a crowd of 2,697 at Morrone Stadium.. After its BIG EAST sweep over the weekend with wins over the Orange and St. John's, UConn improves to 4-2-2 overall and 3-1-0 in the conference.


September 26, 2009
A BRONX TALE
CCSU stops Firdham 2-1

BRONX, NY---Junior Shawn Buchanan scored the game-winning goal in the 66th to minute to propel the Central Connecticut State University men's soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Fordham on Saturday.


September 25, 2009
HUSKIES HOLD ON
UConn weathers Red Storm 1-0

STORRS, Conn.– Senior captain Kwame Watson-Siriboe headed a rebound into the back of the net for his second goal of the season as the University of Connecticut defeated No. 18 St. John’s 1-0 in front of a sold out crowd of 4,785 fans on Friday night at Morrone Stadium.


September 16, 2009
BLANKED BY BULLDOGS
CCSU suffers first defeat to Yale

New Britain, Ct—Yale scored two late goals to down Central Connecticut State 2-0 Wednesday. It marked the first loss of the season for the Blue Devils, who are now 3-1-0. The win is the first for Yale who improve to 1-1-2.


September 12, 2009
OUT OF THE BLUE
CCSU continues hot start with 2-1 OT win

New Britain, Ct--- Jared Spieker scored with two minutes left in the second overtime to give Central Connecticut a 2-1 win over Holy Cross on Saturday.


September 11, 2009
ONE IS NOT ENOUGH
Catamounts blow another lead, tie Portland 1-1

BURINGTON, Vt.—The Vermont Catamounts got off to a quick start, but couldn’t do better than a 1-1 tie with Portland Friday at Centennial Field.


September 6, 2009
TOURNAMENT TITLE
CCSU takes second straight for NH Classic win

DURHAM, NH---- Senior captain Eddie Floyd scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another to lift the Central Connecticut State University men to a 3-1 victory over the University of New Hampshire on Sunday afternoon.


August 28, 2009
GOOD START
CCSU women defeat Siena in season opener

BURLINGTON, Vt.—Leah Blaney’s 17th-minute goal was all the Central Connecticut State women needed to defeat the Siena Saints Friday at the University of Vermont’s TD Bank Classic.


August 13, 2009
BEANTOWN DERBIES
BU, BC, Harvard on Fox Soccer Channel

Fox Soccer Channel and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America have announced a schedule of College Game of the Week telecasts will include eight women’s and 12 men’s matches. All but one of the women’s matches will be featured on Sunday afternoon, while 11 of the 12 men’s matches will be played on Friday nights.


August 12, 2009
EAGLES PICKED THIRD
Tar Heels top ACC women's poll

GREENSBORO, N.C – Defending NCAA champion North Carolina is the unanimous favorite to again finish atop the 2009 women’s soccer standings, according to a preseason vote of the league’s head coaches.


August 11, 2009
BEING WATCHED
Six from area on Hermann Trophy lists

ST. LOUIS, Mo.—Six players from area colleges have been named to the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy watch list.

Boston College senior forward Gina DiMartino and sophomore goalkeeper Jillian Mastroianni have been named to the women’s list, as has Northeastern sophomore forward Veronica Napoli
Harvard’s senior forward Andre Akpan, UMass junior midfielder Ben Arikian and UConn senior midfielder Toni Stahl have been named to the men’s list.


April 23, 2009
MOVED TO WEST VIRGINIA
Big East men's Final Four

This fall's Big East Men’s soccer championship has been moved.


January 13, 2009
MEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Duke’s Grella honored by Soccer News Network

Duke University senior Mike Grella has been named the Soccer News Network College Player of the Year.


January 12, 2009
WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
UNC’s Nogueira takes Soccer News Net honor

North Carolina’s Casey Nogueira has been named the Soccer News Network Women’s College Player of the Year.


January 9, 2009
HERMANN WINNERS
ND’s Hanks, Wake’s Tracy take trophies

ST. LOUIS, Mo.---University of Notre Dame forward Kerri Hanks and Wake Forest forward Marcus Tracy are the winners of the 2008 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, presented to the top female and male players in NCAA Division I soccer. The winners were decided by a vote of NCAA Division I soccer coaches who are current members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.


January 5, 2009
HONORED BY NSCAA
Naeher wins D-3 Player of the year

KANSAS CITY, Kansas---Messiah College junior Amanda Naeher, a native of Seymour, Conn. Has been named the Division III player of the year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.


December 14, 2008
TERRAPINS TOO TOUGH FOR UNC
Graham Zusi goal ends Tar Heels' dream

FRISCO, TX—Graham Zusi, 5-9 inches of opportunity in a Terrapin jersey put his personal stamp on the 2008 College Cup scoring the only goal Sunday in a 1-0 win over the University of North Carolina, leading Maryland to the Division 1 men’s college championship at Pizza Hut Park. He was also the hero Friday with the winning score over St. John’s.


December 12, 2008
ALL ACC FINAL
Maryland, North Carolina advance in NCAAs

FRISCO, Texas - Senior forward Brian Shriver found the back of the net in the fourth minute and junior goalkeeper Brooks Haggerty followed with a career-best seven saves to lead No. 13 seed North Carolina past No. 1 seed Wake Forest, 1-0, Friday in the first of two national semifinals at the 2008 NCAA Men's Soccer College Cup at Pizza Hut Park.


December 12, 2008
MEN’S ALL AMERICA
Harvard has two selections, BC, Dartmouth, UConn all place players on team

KANSAS CITY, Kansas---Harvard’s Andre Akpan was the only New England player selected to the 2008 NSCAA/adidas Men’s Division I All-America First Team. Alejandro Bedoya of Boston College and Mike Fucito of Harvard were named to the second team, while Dartmouth’s Craig Henderson and UConn’s O'Brian White. Harvard was one of seven schools to have more than one player selected.


December 12, 2008
THE FINAL THREE
Wake, Akron players on short list for Hermann

A pair of Wake Forest Demon Deacons and the nation's top goal-scorer comprise the three finalists for the men's Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer.


December 11, 2008
ALL NORTH ATLANTIC
Three from CCSU honored

KANSAS CITY, Kansas---Central Connecticut State University senior captains Yan Klukowski and David Tyrie received were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of American all North Atlantic First Team, while sophomore Robert Cavener was awarded with a third team selection.


December 11, 2008
NSCAA ALL-NORTHEAST REGION
Complete selections



December 7, 2008
NINETEENTH TITLE
North Carolina tops Notre Dame 2-1 in College Cup

CARY, N.C. – Despite an early goal by Notre Dame’s Kerri Hanks, North Carolina’s Casey Nogueira tallied two and led the Tar Heels to their 19th College Cup title.


December. 6, 2008
FINAL FOUR
Maryland, North Carolina, St. John's and Wake Forest head to Frisco

The four teams for the men’s College Cup have been decided. Maryland, North Carolina, St. John’s and Wake Forest all advanced to the Semifinals to be played at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas next weekend.


December 5, 2008
PENALIZED
North Carolina PK enough to top UCLA 1-0

CARY, N.C. – UCLA watched its perfect season come to an end against North Carolina. The Bruins didn’t give up without a fight, but a penalty kick goal proved to much for them to bounce back from in a 1-0 loss.


December 5, 2008
IRISH WINNER
Notre Dame tops Stanford 1-0, advances to final

CARY, N.C. – A strong push by Stanford in the second half, caused the Notre Dame Figting Irish some problems. But the freshman connection early in the first half played dividends as Notre Dame topped Stanford 1-0 to advance to the College Cup Final.


December 5, 2008
ALL AMERICAN
BC, Fairfield, Northeastern earn 1 selection each



November 18, 2008
MEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
30 college stars on the national ballot

Thirty of the nation’s top men’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Soccer News Net Player of the Year Award.


November 18, 2008
WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
32 top collegians named to ballot

Thirty two of the nation’s top women’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Soccer News Net Player of the Year Award.


November 17, 2008
THE COMPLETE FIELD
For the Men's Division I tournament

Indianapolis -- The NCAA Division I men’s soccer committee announced Monday the bracket for the NCAA Division I men’s soccer championship.


November 17, 2008
GAINING A BID
Seven New England teams in NCAAs

INDIANAPOLIS---Boston College, Boston University, Harvard, UMass, Dartmouth, Connecticut and Fairfield all earned bids to the NCAA Men’s Tournament.


November 14, 2008
BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS
St. John’s, UCF advance

TAMPA, FLA. –St. John’s advanced to the title game of the Big East Men’s Soccer Championship after topping DePaul, 2-0 in a semifinal matchup at the USF Soccer/Track Stadium on the campus of the University of South Florida on Friday night


November 13, 2008
NEC HONORS
Klukowski, Tyree named first team

WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ---Central Connecticut State senior captains Yan Klukowski and David Tyrie received All-Northeast Conference First Team honors, while sophomore Robert Cavener was selected to the All-NEC Second Team.


November 10, 2008
BRACKET SET
Four Boston schools in NCAAs

Chestnut Hill, MA – Boston College, Boston University, Northeastern and Harvard have all been selected for the NCAA Women’s Tournament.


November 9, 2008
ANOTHER ACC TITLE
North Carolina wins for 19th time

CARY, N.C. –Top-seeded North Carolina brought home yet another Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Championship on Sunday, blanking seventh-seeded Virginia Tech 3-0 in the title game at WakeMed Soccer Park.


November 9, 2008
BIG EAST CHAMPS
Irish top Connecticut

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Melissa Henderson scored in overtime to give the No. 1 seeded Notre Dame Fighting Irish a 1-0 win over No. 3 seeded Connecticut at Alumni Field Sunday. It was the Irish’s 10th Big East women’s soccer championship and the first final to be settled on a goal in overtime.


November 9, 2008
FALLING TO HAWKS IN OT
CCSU gives up lead, losses 2-1

NEW BRITAIN, Conn---Raphael Guimaraes scored the lone goal for the Central Connecticut as they fell to NEC leading Monmouth, 2-1 in overtime, on Sunday.


November 7, 2008
ONE TO GO
Huskies advance to Big East title game

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – The No. 3 seeded Connecticut women (7-8-6) advanced to the title game of the BIG EAST Championship with a penalty kick win over West Virginia (13-2-6) on Friday afternoon.


November 7, 2008
MOUNT MASTERS
3-1 win for CCSU

NEW BRITAIN, Conn.--Juniors Eddie Floyd and Hadji Diop scored to give Central Connecticut (9-6-2, 3-4-1) a 3-1 comeback win over Mount St. Mary's (9-8-0, 5-3-0) Friday afternoon at the CCSU Soccer Field.


November 4, 2008
2008 ALL ACC-WOMEN’S TEAM
UNC's Nogueira, Virginia's Krzysik lead selections

GREENSBORO, N.C. – North Carolina forward Casey Nogueira and Virginia defender Nikki Krzysik lead this year's All-Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Soccer Team.


November 2, 2008
BIG EAST FIELD SET
Four women’s teams advance to semis

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The 2008 BIG EAST women’s soccer semifinal field has been set as Connecticut, Marquette, Notre Dame and West Virginia each won their quarterfinal matches this afternoon.


November 2, 2008
GOOD MOVE
Tyrie scores lone goal for Blue Devils

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa—Defender David Tyrie was moved to forward to provide Central Connecticut with a spark up front and the move worked as he scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Robert Morris on Sunday.


October 31, 2008
WINNING IN A FLASH
Early goal lifts CCSU over St. Francis

LORETTO, PA---Sophomore Robert Cavener scored his second goal of the season to lift Central Connecticut past St. Francis1-0 Friday. The midfielder put in a header off of a cross from junior Hadji Diop only seven minutes into the game.


October 29, 2008
AMERICA EAST ALL CONFERENCE
Women’s first, second, rookie teams



October 20, 2008
AMERICA EAST HONORS
Vermont’s Kaknes is player of the week

BURLINGTON, Vt. – Vermont senior midfielder Lexie Kaknes was named the America East Co-Player of the Week for the week ending Oct. 19. Kaknes is the second Catamount to earn a weekly conference honor this season, joining teammate Emily Perrin.


October 19, 2008
FIRST NEC POINT FOR CCSU
Blue Devils tie Fairleigh Dickinson 1-1

NEW BRITAIN, Conn---Central Connecticut (6-5-2, 0-3-1) recorded its first point in NEC play Sunday afternoon, playing to a 1-1 tie against Fairleigh Dickinson (7-3-2, 2-0-1) at the CCSU Soccer Field. Junior Eddie Floyd scored the first goal of his career in the second half for the Blue Devils.


October 17, 2008
PIONEERING EFFORT
Sacred Heart comes back to beat CCSU

NEW BRITAIN, Conn-- Central Connecticut scored the first goal, but Sacred Heart University countered with two of their own to defeat the Blue Devils, 2-1, on Friday afternoon at the CCSU Soccer Field.


October 13, 2008
AMERICA EAST HONORS
Hartford’s Villa, Vt’s Tobin share award; BU’s Bustamente top rookie

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Three America East men's soccer players received weekly accolades after each led their team to a pair of conference wins last week. Hartford's Carlos Villa and Vermont' s Connor Tobin shared Player of the Week honors, while Boston University's Michael Bustamante (Chelsea, Mass./Chelsea) took home Rookie of the Week accolades for the week ending October 12.


October 13, 2008
HONORED BY BIG EAST
Friars get two weekly awards

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Two Providence players were honored by the Big East this week after leading the Friars to a pair of shutout wins Tim Murray earned Big East Goalkeeper of the Week honors, while Chris Stoker was named Rookie of the Week after scoring the game-winning tally in the West Virginia win


October 12, 2008
IT'S FOR THE BIRDS
LIU defeats Central 2-1 in OT

NEW BRITAIN, Conn--- Mohammad Mashriqi scored in the 97th to lift Long Island to a 2-1 win over Central Connecticut Sunday afternoon.


October 10, 2008
BOUNCED IN BROOKLYN
CCSU loses NEC opener

BROOKLYN, NY--- St. Francis sophomore John Sallhag notched the game-winner in the last minute to give the Terriers a 2-1 win over Central Connecticut State at the Aviator Sports Complex Friday afternoon.


October 1, 2008
CCSU BLUE DEVILS ROLL
Shutout Bryant 5-0

NEW BRITAIN, Conn---Sophomore Christopher Brown scored three goals and senior captain Yan Klukowski added one goal and two assists to lead the Central Connecticut men's past Bryant University on Wednesday afternoon at the CCSU Soccer Field. Junior forward Raphael Guimaraes also scored his second goal of the season in the 5-0 victory over the Bulldogs.


September 29, 2008
IVY ROOKIE HONORS
Dartmouth’s O’Dey selected

HANOVER, N.H. - Dartmouth women's soccer freshman Aly O'Dea (Irvine, Calif.) has been named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week for her impressive efforts of late.


September 28, 2008
ATLANTIC 10 HONORS
Rhody's Pennock shares player of the week

KINGSTON, R.I. - Rhode Island's Chris Pennock (Middlesborough, England) was named Atlantic 10 Men's Soccer Co-Player of the Week after posting back-to-back shutouts at the UMass Invitational this past weekend.


September 28, 2008
A COMEBACK WIN
Blue Devils overtake Sienna

FAIRFIELD, Conn---Senior captain David Tyrie scored twice, while fellow senior captain Yan Klukowski tallied a goal and an assist to lead Central Connecticut to a victory over Siena on Sunday afternoon.


September 23, 2008
CAVS K'O CCSU 4-0
Freshman scores twice to lead Virginia

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA--Tony Tchani scored two goals to lead the University of Virginia to a 4-0 win over Central Connecticut on Tuesday.


September 23, 2008
A-10 HONORS
UMass’ Smith Rhody’s Fair get nods

Massachusetts midfielder Therese Smith has been named the Atlantic 10 women’s player of the week, while Rhode Island’s Erese Fair share rookie of the week honors.


September 20, 2008
THEY'LL TAKE MANHATTAN
CCSU shutsout Jaspers 1-0

NEW YORK, NY--- Senior captain Yan Klukowski scored the game winning goal in the 30th minute off of an assist from sophomore Connor Smith to give CCSU a 1-0 win over Manhattan on Saturday.


September 17, 2008
BROWN LEADS BLUE DEVILS
Soph has winnnig goal, assist

NEW BRITAIN, Conn---Sophomore Christopher Brown scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another to lift Central Connecticut past the Marist Red Foxes, 3-1. Senior captain David Tyrie and junior Raphael Guimaraes also scored goals for Blue Devils.


September 9, 2008
HANGING ON
Man down CCSU ties Hartford

WEST HARTFORD, Ct---The Central Connecticut Blue Devils held on to a 1-1 tie with the Unviersity of Hartford, despite playing a man down after losing captain Yan Klukowski to a red card with 28 minutes left in the second half.


September 9, 2008
POSTPONED
Providence-RI game

Tuesday's men's soccer game between Providence and Rhode Island has been postponed. The game has not yet been rescheduled.


September 7, 2008
BROWN OUT
Early goals lead Bears to 2-0 win

PROVIDENCE---Brown scored twice in the first 15 minutes and went on to defeat Villanova 2-0 in the final game of the adidas-Brown Soccer Classic Sunday.


September 5, 2008
BREAKING THE BONNIES
Klukowski hat trick leads CCSU 4-0

NEW BRITAIN---Senior captain Yan Klukowski scored three goals in the second half and sophomore Christopher Brown added another to lift the Central Connecticut men's soccer team past St. Bonaventure, 4-0.


September 2, 2008
DEVILS THWART CRUSADERS
CCSU pulls out 1-0 win at Holy Cross

WORCESTER, Mass-- Sophomore Robert Cavener scored the game winning goal in the 79th minute to propel Central Connecticut State University past Holy Cross 1-0 on Tuesday night. The Blue Devils are now 1-0 while Holy Cross is 1-1.


August 19, 2008
DIMARTINO ON THE LIST
Two from UConn also on Hermann Watch

ST.LOUIS - Boston College junior Gina DiMartino is one of 47 players placed on a watch list for the 2008 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy. DiMartino was named to the list in 2007.


August 19, 2008
ON THE LIST
10 from New England on Hermann watch

ST.LOUIS---Ten players from New England schools have been named to the Hermann Trophy Watch list. Only seven schools placed multiple players on the list, with UConn, Harvard and Central Connecticut State among them.


August 14, 2008
NEC POLL
CCSU second, Sacred Heart third

Somerset, NJ -- Monmouth, which has won three straight NEC regular season titles, has been chosen as the preseason favorite to claim the 2008 Northeast Conference men’s soccer championship, according to a poll of league head coaches.


August 13, 2008
BIG EAST WOMEN’S COACHES POLL
UConn second, Provi sixth

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Notre Dame and West Virginia have been tabbed as favorites in the 2008 Big East preseason women’s soccer poll. UConn was selected second in the American Division, while Providence was picked sixth.


August 13, 2008
ACC COACHES POLL
Wake picked first, BC third

GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Wake Forest was named the 2008 Atlantic Coast Conference preseason favorite, as determined by a vote of the league’s nine head coaches.


August 12, 2008
BEAST OF THE EAST
UConn picked for first

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The University of Connecticut and the University of South Florida have been chosen to capture the 2008 Big East men’s soccer regular-season divisional titles.


August 4, 2008
UMASS SECOND
Rhody fourth in A-10 Poll

PHILADELPHIA - Coming off an Atlantic 10 Tournament title, a run through the NCAA Tournament and a National Semifinals appearance, the University of Massachusetts men's soccer team was picked second in the Atlantic 10 Men's Soccer Coaches Poll released on Monday.


August 4, 2008
TAR HEELS TOP POLL
BC tabbed fourth

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Not surprisingly, the three-time defending and 19-time Atlantic Coast Conference champion North Carolina Tar Heels have been selected first in the 2008 ACC women’s soccer pre-season poll, as voted on by the league’s 11 head coaches.


June 2, 2008
SECOND CAP
S. Conn defender Farrier plays for T&T

Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago -- Southern Connecticut junior defender Ancil Farrier, a two-time All American, Sunday earned his second cap for Trinidad & Tobago in a 3-0 loss to England at Hasely Crawford Stadium.


Jan. 20, 2008
NSCAA AWARD
Cuttone honored for top college story

Charles Cuttone, executive editor of the six Sports Vue websites, including New England Soccer News.com, was named one of four winners of the 2007 National Soccer Coaches Association of America writing contest.


Jan. 14, 2008
WOMEN’S NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR
USC’s Rodriguez wins UMBRO Award

USC’s Amy Rodriguez has been named the UMBRO/Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Year.


January 13, 2008
TOP DOG
Huskies’ White wins Hermann Trophy; Yamaguchi takes women’s award

UConn junior forward O’Brian White has won the 2007 Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy, recognizing the top player in men’s Division I college soccer. Florida state junior Mami Yamaguchi, also a forward, took the women’s award.


Jan 9, 2008
UMBRO WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Schnur wins NewEnglandSoccerNews.com honor

UConn’s Meghan Schnur has been selected as the UMBRO/New England Soccer News Women’s Player of the Year.


Dec. 26, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
16 men nominated for online fan voting

Sixteen of the nation’s top men’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Umbro/Soccer News Net Player of the Year Award.


Dec. 20, 2007
KERR DUKE-BOUND
Harvard coach returns to alma mater

John Kerr, men's coach at Harvard University for nine years, has been named head coach at Duke, replacing John Rennie, who retired after 29 years leading the team.


Dec. 18, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
21 women nominated for online fan voting

Twenty-one of the nation’s top women’s college soccer players have been named finalists for the Umbro/Soccer News Net Player of the Year Award.


Dec. 16, 2007
COLLEGE CUP TOWN USA
Cary perfect place for the event

CARY,NC---If there is a better place to hold the College Cup, it would be warmer. Other than that, the atmosphere, size of the crowds and location of the host of this year’s event would seem to be perfect.


Dec. 16, 2007
THERE'S NO STOPPING HIM
Wake Forest's Marcus Tracy is Solid, Valentin Bleeds and OSU Reflects

CARY, N.C. - Marcus Tracy is a dream-spoiler for the Ohio State Buckeyes. But for his team, Wake Forest, he’s a hero. Tracy led the Demon Deacons to a College Cup Championship with three goals and one assist in two games. He fueled the team to a 2-0 win over Virginia Tech and then a 2-1 win vs. Wake Forest. And it could have been 3-1. He’s a special player.


Dec. 16, 2007
UNSTOPPABLE DEMON DEACONS
Wake Forest captures crown 2-1

CARY, N.C. – It didn’t take too long for Ohio State to prove they were a team on a mission. In just the 13th minute of play Roger Espinoza blasted a short ball into the net for a 1-0 lead over Wake Forest. But in the second half, things turned into a Wake Forest show as the Demon Deacons earned a 2-1 win.


Dec. 16, 2007
EARLY LEAD
Ohio State Stuns Wake Forest with Goal in 13th Minute

CARY, N.C. – It didn’t take too long for Ohio State to prove they were a team on a mission. In just the 13th minute of play Roger Espinoza blasted a short ball into the net for a 1-0 lead over Wake Forest.


Dec. 15, 2007
COLLEGE CUP TIDBITS
A Couple of Interesting Finds

Wake Forest's assistant coach recently coached at Ohio State, while he began his coaching career at UMass. Six players in the College Cup Final have been invited to the MLS Combine in January.


Dec. 15, 2007
OHIO STATE VS. WAKE FOREST
College Cup Final, Sunday at 3:00 p.m.

CARY, N.C. – Going into tomorrow’s College Cup final, Wake Forest may be the favorite. But don’t count out Ohio State. Both teams have had a great run. And now it comes down to just one more game. The teams face off at 3:00 p.m. ET (live on ESPN2).


Dec. 15, 2007
WOMEN'S ALL AMERICANS
Huskies place two on first team

CARY, NC---Connecticut Huskies Brittany Taylor (Campbell Hall, NY) and Megan Schnur (Butler, PA) were named to the 2007 NSCAA/adidas Women’s NCAA Division I All-America Team. UConn was one of three teams to place two players on the first team.


Dec. 15, 2007
MEN'S ALL AMERICANS
Final four team dominate

CARY, NC---Seven players whose teams advanced to the NCAA Division I Men’s College Cup lead the selections to that division’s 2007 NSCAA/adidas All-America team.


Dec. 14, 2007
HOKIES LEFT IN THEIR WAKE
Deacons blank Virginia Tech in Semifinal

CARY, N.C. – Marcus Tracy knows how to get things done. With two goals, he led Wake Forest to its second consecutive College Cup final with a 2-0 win over Virginia Tech.


Dec. 14, 2007
HERMANN FINALIST
UConn’s White one of three

CARY, N.C. – O’Brian White a forward from Connecticut has been named a finalist for the 2007 Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy. The award is presented annually to the top men’s soccer player in the United States. This year’s winner will be announced during a nationally-televised news conference on January 11, 2008.


Dec. 13, 2007
ON THE TUBE
College Cup games will be on ESPN2/ESPNU

All three games of the men’s College Cup will be televised by ESPN on at least one of it’s networks.


Dec. 12, 2007
ALL NORTH EAST TEAM
UConn leads the way

Connecticut led the way with five overall selections, while Harvard and Hartford had three each, as the National Soccer Coaches Association of American named their All-North East Regional Team.


Dec. 9, 2007
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
All tournament team



Dec. 9, 2007
LAST LAUGH
USC's Khosroshahin wins title in first year

COLLEGE STATION, TX---Ali Khosroshahin laughed like he had been at USC for years. But Sunday, he led his team to a national championship in his first season with the Trojans.


Dec. 9, 2007
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
USC breezes past Florida State for title

COLLEGE STATION, TX---It was hot enough to be summer in College Station, even on Dec. 9. But it was the even hotter USC Trojans that melted the Florida State Seminoles 2-0 to win the NCAA Division I championship. It was the first-ever women’s soccer championship for USC.


Dec. 9, 2007
MEN'S COLLEGE CUP
UMass will face Buckeyes

COLUMBUS, Ohio — After a scoreless first half, Ohio State scored four times in a 12-minute span in the second half, ending the Bradley soccer season with a 4-0 victory over the Braves Sunday at Jesse Owens Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.


Dec. 9, 2007
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Underdogs face off in final

COLLEGE STATION, TX---With both favored teams biting the bullet in Friday’s semifinals, Sunday’s NCAA Division I College Cup Women’s Championship between Florida State and University of Southern California could be called an underdog’s bowl, a title shot for the wannabes.


Dec. 8, 2007
MEN'S COLLEGE CUP
Luck runs out for Irish, Wake advances

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Austin da Luz scored a golden goal in the 97th minute to give Wake Forest a 1-0 win over Notre Dame in front of 4,859 fans at Spry Stadium Saturday night.


Dec. 8, 2007
HOKIE POKIE
Virginia Tech ends Connecticut season

STORRS, Conn---Patrick Nyarko’s goal was the only one of the game, and gave Virginia Tech a 1-0 win over Connecticut in front of 5, 495 at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium Saturday.


Dec. 7, 2007
MARCHING ON
Trojans top UCLA 2-1

COLLEGE STATION, TX--Despite taking a beating in the first half, physically and on the scoreboard, USC’s Trojans showed they would not let an early setback keep them from a championship game appointment on December 9. USC rebounded from a first-half 1-0 deficit to throttle the skillful Bruins 2-1 Friday. Amy Rodriguez scored both USC goals.


Dec. 7, 2007
LUCK RUNS OUT
Seminoles stop Irish 3-2

COLLEGE STATION, TX--Notre Dame stumbled early and often in this college season, but the Fighting Irish worked hard to bring its team back to the championship form it enjoyed at last year’s College Cup. It only took Florida State University 15 seconds to start unraveling all of that hard work.


Dec. 6, 2007
ON THE TUBE
College Cup games will be on ESPN2/ESPNU

Both the women’s and men’s College Cup semifinals and finals will be televised live by ESPN on at least one of it’s networks.


Dec. 6, 2007
COLLEGE CUP
This weekend’s schedule



Dec. 4, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
SMU’s Bruno Guarda

Individual honors have come early and often for junior Bruno Guarda, SMU midfielder. For the second year in a row, he is a Hermann Trophy semifinalist, picked by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and the Missouri Athletic Club. That is the short list for the nominees as the best collegiate soccer player in the nation.


Dec. 2, 2007
NCAA COLLEGE CUP
Third round recaps

COLUMBUS, Ohio---The Ohio State Buckeyes overcame a two goal deficit and knocked off the defending champion UC-Santa Barbara Gauchos 4-3 on an overtime goal by Andrew Magill.


Dec. 2, 2007
WHITE WASHED
Hat trick leads UConn to Elite 8

STORRS, Conn—O’Brian White scored three goals to lead the Connecticut Huskies to a 5-0 win over the USF Bulls at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium Sunday.


Dec. 1, 2007
MEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Third round recaps

OMAHA, Neb---Ian Sarachan tallied the lone goal for the UIC Flames, his second of the season, to lead a 1-0 win over No. 8 seeded Creighton. The win moved UIC into the Quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament for the first time.


Dec. 1, 2007
MEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Weekend schedule



Nov. 30, 2007
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Quarterfinal recaps

LOS ANGELES---Danesha Adams scored her 14th goal of the season in the 104th minute to lift the UCLA Bruins to s 3-2 win over Portland Friday night.


Nov. 28, 2007
MEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Second round recaps

COLUMBUS, Ohio---Ohio State defeated Louisville, 1-0, Wednesday in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium to advance to the third round of the 2007 NCAA Tournament.


Nov. 28, 2007
BEARS GO DOWN
ODU beats Brown in OT

PROVIDENCE, RI---Ambane Emmanuel scored in the 107th minute to give Old Dominion a 2-1 win over Brown on Wednesday.


Nov 28, 2007
HERMANN AWARD
Akpan, Bedoya, two from UConn on list

ST. LOUIS---Harvard’s Andre Akpan, Boston College’s Alejandro Bedoya and Julius James and O’Brian White of Connecticut are among the 15 semi-finalists for the 2007 MAC Hermann Trophy.


Nov. 27, 2007
COLLEGE CUP
This week's men’s & women’s schedules



Nov. 27, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
UIC’s Jovan Bobonja

He can stop them. And he can take them. There’s nothing about penalty kicks that UIC goalkeeper Jovan Bubonja can’t do. In Friday’s game vs. St. Louis in the NCAA first round, Bubonja was selected to choose the players who would take the PK’s for his squad.


Nov 25, 2007
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Third round recap

BLOOMINGTON, Ind---Duke advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals for only the third time in school history, with a 2-0 win over Indiana at Jerry Yeagley Field Sunday.


Nov. 24, 2007
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Third round recaps

PORTLAND, Ore. – Michelle Enyeart had two goals and Sophie Schmidt had a pair of assists to lead the Portland Pilots to a 3-0 win over the Tennessee Lady Volunteers in front of a crowd of 4,841 at Merlo Field.


Nov. 24, 2007
MEN’S COLLEGE CUP
First round recaps

BALTIMORE, Md---First half goals by Eddie Dines and Phil Bannister gave the Loyola Greyhounds a 2-0 win over Liberty in the first round of the NCAA College Cup Saturday.


Nov. 23, 2007
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Round of 16 recaps

TALLAHASEE, Fl---Mami Yamaguchi had a goal and two assists and Sanna Talonen netted her fifth game winner of the year as the Florida Seminoles shutout the Texas Longhorns 4-0 in front of 1,091 at the Seminole Soccer Complex Friday.


Nov 23, 2007
MEN'S COLLEGE CUP
First round recaps

BERKELEY---The California Golden Bears defeated UC Davis, 2-1, in double overtime Friday afternoon at Edwards Stadium. In front of 3,479 fans, freshman forward Andrew Wiedeman scored the game-winning goal after a throw-in from senior defender Luke Sassano to advance the Golden Bears to the second round. Cal improved to 12-5-2, while the Aggies fell to 12-5-3.


Nov. 23, 2007
NCAA COLLEGE CUP
This weekend's men’s & women’s schedules



Nov. 22, 2007
MEN'S ALL IVY
Six Dartmouth players named

Princeton, N.J. - Dartmouth has had six players named to All-Ivy teams including first team nods to senior Ale Frischeisen (Garden City, N.Y.) and junior Sean Milligan (Westport, Conn.).


Nov. 20, 2007
IVY LEAGUE HONORS
Harvard’s Sheeligh, top Rookie

Diana Matheson (Oakville, Ont.) only played in 10 games this season for Princeton, but her play was strong enough to be voted the 2007 Ivy League Player of the Year by the League coaches. Harvard freshman forward Katherine Sheeleigh (New Vernon, N.J.) was voted the 2007 Ivy League Rookie of the Year and also earned first-team accolades.


Nov. 19, 2007
BRACKETOLOGY
48 teams set for College Cup tourney

INDIANAPOLIS---Boston College, the champion of the Atlantic Coast Conference is the top seed as the NCAA announced the pairings of the 48 teams that will compete for a spot in the 2007 NCAA Men’s College Cup December 14 and 16 in Cary, North Carolina, at SAS Soccer Park. Wake Forest is the number two seed, Connecticut number three and Indiana number four.


Nov. 19, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
Hofstra's Brooke DeRosa

Brooke DeRosa's life sounds like an inspirational movie more than anything else. She goes to Syracuse University to get an education and play soccer as a defender and midfielder. She gets engaged and then pregnant. She breaks up with her fiancee and returns to her Ronkonkoma, L.I. home and family and give birth to her baby.


Nov. 18, 2007
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
Second Round Recaps

CHAPEL HILL, NC---Casey Nogueira and Nikki Washington both had a goal and an assist to lead the North Carolina Tar Heels (19-3-1) to a 3-1 win over Greensboro at Fetzer Field Sunday.


Nov. 16, 2007
WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
First Round Recaps

CHAPEL HILL, NC---The North Carolina Tar Heels scored four goals in the first 23 minutes enroute to a 6-1 win over High Point.


Nov. 16, 2007
A DEVIL OF A WIN
CCSU advances to title game

West Long Branch, NJ---David Pinto scored the only goal to lead Central Connecticut to a 1-0 win over top-seeded Monmouth and a spot in the Northeast Conference title game.


Nov. 15, 2007
BIG EAST HONORS
Connecticut, DePaul net two individual awards

Hartford, Conn. – Connecticut senior Julius James has been named 2007 Big East Defensive Player of the Year for the third straight year, while his teammate, junior forward O’Brian White, has been tabbed Offensive Player of the Year. DePaul’s Brian Visser was selected as Goalkeeper of the Year, and his coach, Craig Blazer, along with his staff earned Coaching Staff of the Year accolades. West Virginia senior Andy Wright was named Midfielder of the Year, while Seton Hall midfielder Brayan Martinez was picked Rookie of the Year.


Nov. 14, 2007
ATLANTIC 10 HONORS
Billikens pick up two awards

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. - Teammates Kyle Patterson and Calum Angus of Saint Louis have been named the Atlantic 10 Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively, in voting conducted by the league's head coaches.


Nov. 14, 2007
ACC MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
Hokies, Tar Heels, Decons all advance

CARY, N.C. - Virginia Tech advanced to the semifinals of the 2007 ACC Men's Soccer Championship with a 3-0 win over Maryland at the SAS Soccer Park on Wednesday. For the Hokies, the win marked the school's first-ever victory in ACC men's soccer postseason action.


Nov. 13, 2007
ACC CHAMPIONSHIPS
Cavaliers advance to quarters

CARY, N.C. - Chris Tierney scored two goals to help the Virginia Cavaliers to a 4-1 win over NC State at SAS Soccer Park Tuesday.


Nov. 12, 2007
NCAA WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT
Complete schedule



Nov. 12, 2007
ACC MEN
BC’s Manswell Player of the Week

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Boston College’s Sherron Manswell was named Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Player of the Week after leading the sixth-ranked Eagles to a 3-1 win over eighth-ranked Virginia Tech last Friday en route to clinching the ACC regular season title and top seed at the upcoming ACC Men’s Soccer Tournament.


Nov. 12, 2007
TOP SEED
BC #1 in ACC Tournament

CARY, N.C. – The Atlantic Coast Conference kicks off the 2007 ACC Men’s Soccer Championship at the SAS Soccer Complex on Tuesday, November 13. The four-day tournament opens competition with eighth-seeded Virginia facing ninth-seeded NC State in the day’s only match.


Nov. 11, 2007
ACC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
Tar Heels crowned for 18th time

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLA. – Nikki Washington scored the only goal to lead the North Carolina Tar Heels to the Atlantic Coast League Championship, with a 1-0 win over the Florida State Seminoles at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex. The league crown is the third in a row and 18th for the Tar Heels in the last 19 years the ACC has held a tournament.


Nov. 11, 2007
BIG EAST TOURNAMENT
ND Drops St. John's 1-0, Advance to Semis

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Freshman Josh Thiermann scored his first goal of the season to send the No. 11 Notre Dame men’s soccer team past St. John’s, 1-0, in the quarterfinals of the Big East Championship on Sunday afternoon at Alumni Field.


Nov. 11, 2007
A-10 TOURNEY SET
Saint Louis top seed

PHILADELPHIA, PA - Saint Louis (12-2-3/8-1-0), ranked 22nd nationally by the NSCAA, earned the top seed in the 2007 Atlantic 10 Men's Soccer Championship, which gets underway on Thursday, Nov. 15, at Baujan Field on the campus of the University of Dayton.


Nov. 11, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
West Virginia tops Irish on pks

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia (15-4-2) tied Notre Dame (15-4-2) 1-1 then went on to win the championship of the Big East women’s soccer tournament with a 5-3 decision on penalty kicks. The championship was held in front of a season high crowd of 1,200 at WVU’s Dick Dlesk Stadium.


Nov. 11, 2007
BIG EAST TOURNAMENT
DePaul, Louisville, UConn advance

CHICAGO---Steffen Vroom scored in the 50th minute to lead the De Paul Blue Demons to a 1-0 win over Cincinnati in the quarterfinals of the Big East Championship.


November 10, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
UCLA’s Danesha Adams

LOS ANGELES--On an emotionally charged Senior Day at Drake Stadium, the top-ranked UCLA women honored the team’s four departing graduates. Shortly thereafter, the Bruins went out and dismantled the University of Arizona by a score of 3-0. For senior Danesha Adams, it was just another day at the office, but the midfielder couldn’t help but look back on her time at the school, quickly drawing to a close.


Nov. 9, 2007
ACC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
North Carolina, Florida State advance

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLA. – For only the third time in the history of the Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Championship, a semifinal game came down to a shootout as top-seeded North Carolina advanced to Sunday’s championship game on penalty kicks, 4-2.


Nov. 9, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
Notre Dame, W. Virginia advance



Nov. 9, 2007
SEMI-FINAL LOSS
CCSU drops 2-1 decision

NEW BRITAIN, CT---Rachel Caneen scored the lone Central Connecticut (9-9-1, 6-3-0) goal in a 2-1 Northeast Conference Tournament semifinal loss against Sacred Heart (5-11-4, 4-2-3).


Nov. 8, 2007
ALL CONFERENCE
Five from CCSU named to NEC team

Central Connecticut had five players named to 2007 Women's Soccer All-Northeast Conference teams, including defensive player of the year honoree Megan McClements. McClements, a senior, joined sophomores Leah Blayney, Rachel Caneen and Ciara Crinion on the first team. Freshman Clio Tregear, meanwhile, collected second team honors. The awards were presented at a banquet on the eve of the 2007 NEC Women's Soccer Tournament.


Nov. 8, 2007
BIG EAST HONORS
UConn has two winners

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Georgetown and Connecticut had a pair of major award winners as the Big East Conference presented its women’s soccer postseason honors and named its all-conference selections Thursday evening at the Lakeview Resort. West Virginia senior Ashley Banks and Notre Dame junior Brittany Bock were named Big East Co-Offensive Players of the Year. Georgetown’s Dave Nolan was named the Big East Coach of the Year, while freshman midfielder Ingrid Wells was named the Big East Rookie of the Year. UConn senior Meghan Schnur was named the Big East Midfielder of the Year, while junior teammate Brittany Taylor was named the Big East Defensive Player of the Year. Villanova senior Jillian Loyden was named the Big East Goalkeeper of the Year.


Nov. 7, 2007
AMERICA EAST HONORS
BU’s Hlavaty and O’Neal get awards

CAMBRIDGE, MASS.-- Binghamton University’s Cameron Keith was named the America East Striker of the Year, while teammate Adam Chavez was tabbed Defender of the Year and the Bearcats’ coaching staff earned Coaching Staff of the Year honors, as determined in a vote by the league’s head coaches.


Nov. 8, 2007
BIG EAST BEGINS
Women’s tourney in W.Va.



Nov. 8, 2007
NSCAA RANKINGS
Connecticut men, UCLA women top polls



Nov. 7, 2007
ACC WOMEN’S ROUNDUP
NC, Virginia, Wake Forest advance

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLA. – No. 1 seed North Carolina (16-3-0, 9-1-0 ACC) , earned a 3-0 victory over eighth-seeded Clemson in the opening game of the 2007 Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Championship at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex.


Nov. 6, 2007
AMERICA EAST TOURNAMENT
Vermont gets first round bye

BURLINGTON, Vt. -- After finishing the regular season with three straight wins to jump four spots in the league standings, the University of Vermont has earned the second seed in the 2007 America East Men's Soccer Championship that opens with quarterfinal action this weekend.


Nov. 6, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
Results and Schedule



Nov. 6, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
UConn hopes for at-large bid

CINCINNATI: The Bearcats closed the season with a 6-10-2 record, including a 3-7-1 mark in Big East play.


Nov. 6, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
Schedule and seedings

The 2007 Big East Men’s Soccer Championship will feature the top 12 of the league’s 16 teams.


Nov. 6, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
UConn, De Paul top seeds

CINCINNATI: The Bearcats ended the 2007 season with a 7-1-0 record at home. UC capped the home season with a 2-0 win over then-No. 11 Michigan State on Oct. 31.


Nov. 6, 2007
ALL-ACC WOMEN’S TEAM
BC places two on freshman team

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Virginia totaled five selections, the most of any school on the 2007 All-ACC Women’s Soccer Teams. Wake Forest placed four on the team, while defending champion North Carolina and Clemson each had three. Duke, Miami and Florida State each landed a pair of all-leaguers and NC State and Virginia Tech rounded out the All-ACC contingent with one apiece.


Nov. 5, 2007
IVY LEAGUE MEN
Dartmouth’s Giudicelli Rookie of the Week

Hanover, N.H. - For the third-straight week, a Dartmouth men's soccer player has been honored by the Ivy League with freshman back Brayn Giudicelli (Emerald Hills, Calif.) taking home Rookie of the Week accolades today.


Nov. 5, 2007
BIG EAST MEN
Bearcats pick up two awards

Providence, R.I. – Cincinnati’s Miguel Rosales and Noah Davidson were named Big East Goalkeeper and Offensive Player of the Week, respectively, entering the 10th week of the men’s soccer season. Georgetown’s Alex Verdi was picked as the Big East Rookie of the Week, while Jason Bristol of West Virginia is the Big East Defensive Player of the Week.


Nov. 5, 2007
ACC WOMEN
VT’s Kinser Player of the Week

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Ashley Kinser of Virginia Tech has been selected Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Player of the Week accolades after helping the unranked Virginia Tech Hokies shut out No. 10 Boston College to close out the regular season.


Nov. 5, 2007
SEEDING SET
ACC Women kick off Wednesday

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Seeding and pairings for the 2007 Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Championship has been set with defending league champion North Carolina as the No. 1 seed for the seventh-straight year.


Nov. 5, 2007
ACC MEN
Terps’ Stephen King honored

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Maryland’s Stephen King was named Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Player of the Week after leading the No. 25 Terrapins to a 4-1 upset over ACC foe and 14th-ranked Virginia on Saturday in front of 3,267 fans at Maryland’s Ludwig Field. The honor is King’s first of the 2007 season.


Nov. 4, 2007
CLOSING LOSS
CCSU ends regular season with 1-0 defeat

FAIRFIELD, Conn-Central Connecticut (9-8-2, 6-3-0) ended its regular season with a 1-0 Northeast Conference road loss at Sacred Heart (4-11-4, 4-2-3).


Nov. 3, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
Notre Dame’s Kerri Hanks

Notre Dame’s Kerri Hanks scores goals. There’s no doubt about it. In her sophomore campaign, she tallied 22 goals and also 22 assists. This year in her junior campaign, she continues to lead the team in scoring with 11 goals and 13 assists.


Oct. 31, 2007
AMERICA EAST
Women’s All-Conference Selections



Oct. 30, 2007
EARLY GOALS COST
Monmouth women stop CCSU 2-1

WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ---Monmouth scored two first half goals to defeat Central Connecticut State 2-1 Tuesday afternoon.


Oct. 30, 2007
NSCAA RANKINGS
Connecticut men, UCLA women top poll



Oct. 30, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Irish go unbeaten again

CINCINNATI: The Bearcats closed out the season with a 6-10-2 record, including a 3-7-1 mark in Big East play.


Oct. 30, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
One spot left for championships

The entire Blue Division has been determined, while the Red Division has one more vacant spot to clinch for the 2007 Big East Men’s Soccer Championship. Notre Dame is the only team to earn a first-round bye. Connecticut, West Virginia, Providence, Seton Hall and Georgetown, along with Notre Dame, are vying for seeding in the final games this upcoming week.


Oct. 29, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN
Four share awards

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The final Big East regular season Weekly Awards have been announced and three players earned weekly honors for the first time this season. Notre Dame junior forward Kerri Hanks was named the Big East Offensive Player of the Week, while West Virginia junior Krystle Kallman was named the Big East Defensive Player of the Week. St. John’s senior Jaime Beran was named the Big East Goalkeeper of the Week, while Georgetown freshman Ingrid Wells earned her second consecutive Big East Rookie of the Week honor.


Oct. 29, 2007
BIG EAST MEN
UConn’s White, Provi’s Cianci honored

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – DePaul recorded two conference wins this past week, and the Big East named Brian Visser Big East Goalkeeper of the Week. Connecticut’s O’Brian White also led UConn to two wins, as he was selected Big East Offensive Player of the Week. The Big East Defensive Player of the Week honor was awarded to West Virginia’s Andrew Halsell, while Providence’s Nick Cianci was picked as Big East Rookie of the Week.


Oct. 29, 2007
IVY LEAGUE MEN
Dartmouth’s Milligan Player of the Week

Princeton, N.J. Dartmouth goalkeeper Sean Milligan has been named Ivy League Player of the Week for the second time this season.


Oct. 29, 2007
ACC WOMEN
BC’S Crutchfield shares honor

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Boston College’s Natalie Crutchfield and Wake Forest’s Jill Hutchinson have been selected to share Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Player of the Week accolades for helping their respective teams post key upset victories in conference action last week. It also marks the third time this season that the league’s weekly award has been shared, as Crutchfield earns her first league recognition and Hutchinson receives her second.


Oct. 29, 2007
ACC MEN
BC’s Bedoya shares award

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Boston College’s Alejandro Bedoya and Duke’s Joshua Medcalf were named Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Co-Players of the Week after leading their respective teams to unbeaten and winning marks on the week.


Oct. 28, 2007
FIELD SET
Big East women's tourney starts Nov. 1

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The 2007 Big East Women’s Soccer Championship field has been set, and will begin on Nov. 1 with a pair of first round matches. American Division No. 5 seed USF will travel to No. 4 seed Villanova for a 3:00 p.m. matchup, while National Division No. 5 seed Rutgers will travel to American Division No. 4 seed St. John’s for a 7:00 p.m. tilt.


Oct. 28, 2007
A BLUE DEVIL BLANKING
CCSU shuts out Wagner 3-0

NEW BRITAIN, CT---Central Connecticut (8-6-1, 5-1-0) scored three second half goals to earn a 3-0 Northeast Conference home win over Wagner (3-11-2, 1-5-1) on senior day.


Oct. 28, 2007
SEEDINGS SET
America East Women's Tourney

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.-- New Hampshire earned the top seed for the America East Women's Soccer Championship by virtue of Hartford's 2-0 victory over Vermont (3-14-1, 2-6-2) on Sunday. Earlier in the day, Maine defeated Stony Brook, 1-0, and Boston University earned a share of the regular-season title with a 2-0 win over Binghamton. In Baltimore, UMBC (3-13-2, 2-6-2) downed Albany (4-10-3, 1-7-1) 3-1.


Oct. 27, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
Giusfredi next big thing out of Seton Hall

South Orange, N.J. -- It's a warm October night and the students are late arriving at Owen T. Carroll Field. But that's OK, because the guy they came to cheer for and sing songs about is off to a slow start.


Oct. 26, 2007
MANCINI PROPELLS CCSU
2-1 win over LIU



Oct. 26, 2007
NSCAA POLLS
Wake Forest, UCLA top men's women's teams



Oct. 23, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Friars on a roll

CINCINNATI: UC holds a 5-1-0 mark at home after this past weekend’s play.


Oct. 23, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’ S NOTEBOOK
UConn streak ends

CINCINNATI - The Bearcats went 1-1-0 last week, including a 3-0 win over USF on Oct. 19 and a 1-1 double-overtime tie against Marquette on Oct. 21.


Oct. 23, 2007
NEC WOMEN
CCSU’S Lloyd honored

Central Connecticut 's Beth Lloyd picked up Brine/Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week honors. The freshman midfielder assisted on a pair of goals in CCSU's 4-2 victory over Mount St. Mary's.


Oct. 22, 2007
BIG EAST MEN
Providence wins two awards

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – A pair of Providence men’s soccer players, Tim Murray and Alex Redding, were named Big East Goalkeeper and Rookie of the Week, respectively, after shutting out both of PC’s opponents this past week. West Virginia’s Jason Bristol earned Big East Defensive Player of the Week and Rutgers’ Tomislav Barisic was selected as the Big East Offensive of the Week.


Oct. 22, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN
Four schools share honors

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – With five spots clinched and five spots remaining in the 2007 Big East Women’s Soccer Championship, every team is still alive for postseason play entering the final week of the regular season. Highlighting the weekly awards are three players who will look to help their team capture one of those spots.


Oct. 22, 2007
IVY LEAGUE WOMEN
Dartmouth, Brown frosh share award

PRINCETON, NJ---Penn sophomore Jessica Fucello has been named the Ivy League Player of the Week. Harvard freshman Katherine Sheeleigh and Brown freshman Sylvia Stone have been named co-Rookies of the Week.


Oct. 22, 2007
IVY LEAGUE MEN
Dartmouth’s Rothenberg honored

PRINCETON N.J.- Dartmouth junior forward Dani Rothenberg has been named the Ivy League Player of the Week, while Penn’s Loukas Tasigianis has been named Rookie of the Week.


Oct. 22, 2007
ACC MEN
Wake’s Lahound Player of the Week

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Wake Forest’s Michael Lahoud was named Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Player of the Week after recording his first goals of the 2007 season in a pair of regular season shutouts for the top-ranked Demon Deacons.


Oct. 22, 2007
ACC WOMEN
NC’s Klingenberg honored

GREENSBORO, N.C. – North Carolina’s Meghan Klingenberg has been tabbed Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Player of the Week after helping the eighth-ranked Tar Heels secure two road victories, including a win over No. 14 Boston College last week.


Oct. 21, 2007
SCALING THE MOUNT
CCSU women 4-2 victors

EMMITSBURGH, Md---Rachel Caneen scored two goals to lead Central Connecticut (6-6-1, 3-1-0) in a 4-2 Northeast Conference win at Mount St. Mary's (4-11-0, 2-4-0). Sophomores Brittany Emin and Leah Blayney each added a goal, while freshman Beth Lloyd had two assists. Erin Herd improved to 4-0-0 in goal on the year, making three saves.


Oct. 19, 2007
RESCHEDULED
Weather moves pair of games

A pair of college games have been re-scheduled due to Friday’s storms.


Oct. 19, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
Indiana’s Kristin Arnold

September 9, 2007 a Hoosier star came to life. IU Women’s soccer player Kristin Arnold turned a new page in her career. She tallied a game-winner in the 49th second of overtime to lift IU to a 1-0 win over No. 13 USC.


Oct. 17, 2007
LEASHED
Terriers, Great Danes tie 1-1

ALBANY, N.Y. - Defender Derek Puerta scored Boston University’s only goal as the Terriers played to a 1-1 double overtime tie with Albany on Wednesday.


Oct. 17, 2007
RPI RANKINGS
Five NE schools in top 20

Five New England schools Boston College, Connecticut, Brown, Harvard and Fairfield are all among the top 20 schools ranked in the NCAA's initial RPI rankings of the 2007 season.


Oct. 16, 2007
NSCAA POLLS
Connecticut, UCLA top men’s, women’s teams



Oct. 16, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Huskies gk Labbe has seven shutouts

CINCINNATI: The Bearcats went 1-1 last week, including a 2-1 loss to Seton Hall on Oct. 12 and a 2-1 win over Rutgers on Oct. 14.


Oct. 16, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
UConn's O'Brien leads league in scoring

Connecticut’s O’Brian White scored three goals in each of UConn’s wins over Pittsburgh and Providence to propel him into first place in league goals scored with eight. White also leads the league in points with 16. Connecticut’s Mike Pezza has tallied eight assists in eight league games.


Oct. 15, 2007
SPOTS SET
ND, UConn in Big East women’s field

The first two spots for the Big East Women’s Soccer Championship field have been secured. Notre Dame (21 points) and Connecticut (19 points) have each assured themselves a trip to the postseason.


Oct. 15, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN
UConn’s Taylor gets defensive honor

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Louisville senior goalkeeper Joanna Haig and freshman teammate Kelsey Hunyadi helped the Cardinals to a 2-0-0 record last week and earned Big East women’s soccer weekly honors. Haig was named the Big East Goalkeeper of the Week, while Hunyadi was named the Big East Rookie of the Week.


Oct. 15, 2007
BIG EAST MEN
UConn’s White honored

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Connecticut’s O’Brian White was named men’s soccer Big East Offensive Player of the Week, for the second straight week. Louisville’s Phil Edington was picked as the Defensive Player of the Week, while St. John’s Jason Landers earns Goalkeeper of the Week accolades. West Virginia’s Zach Johnson garners Big East Rookie of the Week honors.


Oct. 15, 2007
ACC WOMEN
Miami GK wins award

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Goalkeeper Lauren McAdam of Miami has been tabbed Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Player of the Week for her performance in a pair of shutout victories as the Hurricanes finished 2-0 in conference play last week. She is the second student-athlete from Miami to receive the league’s weekly award this season.


Oct. 15, 2007
ACC MEN
NC’s Adeley Player of the Week

GREENSBORO, N.C. – North Carolina’s Ryan Adeleye was named Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Player of the Week after leading his unranked Tar Heels to a 1-0 upset over eighth-ranked Duke, scoring the game winner in the 103rd minute.


Oct. 14, 2007
FIRST GOAL A BIG ONE
Blayney nets OT winner for CCSU

NEW BRITAN, Conn---Sophomore Leah Blayney’s first goal in a Central Connecticut uniform was the 108th minute game winner in a 2-1 victory of Robert Morris in a Northeast Conference game Sunday.


Oct. 12, 2007
FIRST GOAL FOR GRAHAM
CCSU women top St. Francis 1-0

NEW BRITAIN, CT---Abby Graham scored her first collegiate goal to lead Central Connecticut (4-6-1, 1-1-0) to a 1-0 win over St. Francis (PA) (3-7-2, 0-1-1).


Oct 12, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
Jillian Loyden, Villanova

Jillian Loyden might be the best goalkeeper you’ve never heard of. And if that sounds like a commercial for the national team, maybe it is.


Oct. 10, 2007
TOP OF THE POLLS
UConn ranked No. 1

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Four Big East men’s teams remain ranked in the NSCAA/adidas and Soccer America polls, with Connecticut holding the top spot in both.


Oct. 9, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Milestone for UConn’s Tsantiris

CINCINNATI - The Bearcats earned their first Big East win of the season as freshman Kendall Loggins scored with 56 seconds remaining in the second overtime at Pittsburgh 2-1 on Oct. 5.


Oct. 9, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
UConn tops '06 win total

With a 4-0 win over Pittsburgh on Oct. 6, UConn surpassed its win total from a year ago (10-7-2), improving to 11-1-0 on the season.


Oct. 8, 2007
CRADLE OF COACHING
Tsantris picks up win 450

Connecticut head coach Len Tsantiris picked up career win No. 450 with a 2-1 overtime victory over Seton Hall on Oct. 7. Already holding the No. 2 spot in career wins on the NCAA all-time list, Tsantiris has directed the Huskies into the NCAA Championship every year since its inception in 1982.


Oct. 8, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN
WVU, ND, Cincinnati share awards

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – West Virginia women’s soccer senior defender Natalie Cocchi and sophomore goalkeeper Mallory Beck helped the Mountaineers post a pair of conference shutouts this past week and earned Big East Weekly Awards.


Oct. 8, 2007
BIG EAST MEN
UConn’s O’Brien leads offense



Oct. 8, 2007
ACC WOMEN
BC’s Knowlton shares award

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Brooke Knowlton of Boston College and Casey Nogueira of North Carolina have been tabbed Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Co-Players of the Week for their performances ending the week of October 7.


Oct. 8, 2007
ACC MEN
BC’s Bedoya shares honors

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Boston College’s Alejandro Bedoya and Virginia Tech’s Robert Edmans were named Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Co-Players of the Week for their performances for the week ending Oct. 7. The honor is the second weekly recognition of the season for both Bedoya and Edmans.


Oct. 7, 2007
CAN’T HANG ON
CCSU women score first, lose 2-1

NEW BRITAIN, CT--Sophomore Rachel Caneen scored her third goal of the season, accounting for the lone Central Connecticut (3-6-1, 0-1-0) goal in a 2-1 Northeast Conference loss against Quinnipiac (8-2-0, 1-0-0).


Oct. 5, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
Mike Grella, Duke

Do a search on YouTube for Mike Grella and the first video that pops up gives you a pretty good indication of the type of player the Glen Cove, L.I., native is.


Oct. 2, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Huskies 3-0 in conference

CINCINNATI - The Bearcats went 0-2 last weekend, including a 2-1 double-overtime loss to DePaul on Sept. 28. UC also lost at Notre Dame 6-1 on Sept. 30.


Oct. 2, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Maduro Leading the League in scoring

Providence’s Ryan Maduro jumped into the league lead after posting two goals and an assist in PC’s 3-1 win over Syracuse. The senior midfielder has three goals and two assists for eight points in four league games.


Oct. 1, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN
Pair of UConn players honored

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Having posted a 2-0-0 record last week, the UConn women’s soccer team had two players earn Big East Weekly Awards. Senior midfielder Meghan Schnur was named the Big East Offensive Player of the Week, while junior goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe was named the Big East Goalkeeper of the Week.


Oct. 1, 2007
BIG EAST MEN
Maduro offensive Player of the Week

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Connecticut and Villanova posted shutout wins over league opponents this past weekend. Villanova senior Jason Friel was picked as the Big East Goalkeeper of the Week, while teammate Sean Mergenthal was tabbed with Freshman of the Week honors. Connecticut senior Julius James was named the Big East Defensive Player of the Week and Providence senior Ryan Maduro was selected as the Offensive Player of the Week.


Oct. 1, 2007
ACC WOMEN
Miami’s Steibruch Player of the Week

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Freshman Brittney Steinbruch of Miami has been tabbed Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Player of the Week after helping the Hurricanes emerge from conference play last weekend with an unblemished 2-0 mark.


Oct 1, 2007
ACC MEN
Va Tech’s Hock honored

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Virginia Tech’s Stefan Hock was named Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Player of the Week after scoring the game-tying goal at No. 4 Virginia Friday night in Klockner Stadium in order to extend the No. 12 Hokies’ unbeaten streak to eight matches.


Sept. 30, 2007
DEVIL OF A TIME
CCSU scores three in ten minutes for 3-2 win

HARTORD, Ct--Central Connecticut (3-5-1) scored three times in less than a 10-minute span to earn a 3-2 overtime victory at Hartford (2-5-2). Sophomore Brittany Emin scored two goals and assisted on the third to lead the Blue Devils. Fellow sophomore Karise Hilt accounted for the third CCSU score.


Sept. 28, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
North Carolina’s Yael Averbuch

Some soccer players are born to play the sport. Yael Averbuch probably fits that mold.


Sept. 25, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
UConn in best start since 2000

The 7-1 start to the season is still the best opening run since the 2000 national championship season when UConn went 10-1-1 before absorbing its second loss.


Sept. 25, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
UConn on scoring tear

CINCINNATI: The Bearcats went 1-1 last week, including a 1-0 double overtime loss against Louisville on Sept. 21. UC knocked off Cleveland State 4-1 on Sept. 23. Sophomore goalkeeper Andrea Kaminski shut out UofL for 107 minutes before allowing a goal on a set piece in double overtime. She also had four saves against Cleveland State.


Sept. 24, 2007
IVY LEAGUE MEN
Dartmouth’s Olsen Rookie of the Week

Princeton, N.J. After leading the Dartmouth men's soccer team to a 2-0 weekend, freshman Andrew Olsen has been named Ivy League Rookie of the Week for the second consecutive time.


Sept. 24, 2007
BIG EAST MEN
Cincinnati duo garner honors

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – With its wins over Seton Hall and Georgetown, Cincinnati’s Patrick Baxter and Miguel Rosales earned Big East Offensive Player and Rookie of the Week honors, respectively.


Sept. 24, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN
Four schools share honors

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Four different schools have been represented in the weekly Big East Women’s Soccer Awards. Seton Hall senior Alli Donofrio was named the Big East Offensive Player of the Week, while Villanova sophomore Kelly Eagan was named the Big East Defensive Player of the Week.


Sept. 24, 2007
ACC WOMEN
Duke, Wake Forest players honored

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Duke’s CJ Ludemann and Wake Forest’s Jill Hutchinson have been tabbed Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Co-Players of the Week, as the sophomores each totaled five points on two goals and one assist to help their respective teams finish the week with 2-0-0 marks.


Sept. 24, 2007
ACC MEN
BC’s Bedoya shares weekly honor

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Boston College’s Alejandro Bedoya and Wake Forest’s Cody Arnoux were named Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Co-Players of the Week after helping their respective squads post perfect records on the week and remain flawless in league action.


Sept. 24, 2007
IVY LEAGUE WOMEN
Harvard’s Sheeleigh Player of the Week

Cambridge, Mass. –Harvard’s Katherine Sheeleigh has been named Ivy League Player of the Week.


Sept. 24, 2007
AMERICA EAST MEN
BU’s Hlavaty honored

Cambridge, Mass. – Junior midfielder Neil Hlavaty scored two goals in the Boston University men’s soccer team’s wins over UCF and Rhode Island last week to earn America East Player of the Week honors for the week of Sept. 24.


Sept. 23, 2007
BULLDOGS BITE
Yalies beat CCSU 1-0

NEW BRITAIN, Conn---Maggie Westfal scored the game’s only goal to give Yale a 1-0 win over Central Connecticut State on Sunday.


Sept. 21, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
SMU’s Adrian Chevannes

As one of SMU’s most versatile soccer players, Adrian Chevannes has seen duty for the Mustangs up and down the field. But head coach Schellas Hyndman has moved the Fort Worth native for the last time, maybe, to right defensive back.


Sept. 18, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Three wins for Marquette, off to 7-0 start

CINCINNATI: The Bearcats went 1-2 last week, including a 4-3 win against Dayton on Sept. 11. UC begins BIG EAST play this week with a 5:30 p.m. home contest on Sept. 21 against Louisville.


Sept 18, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
UConn's Reid 2 wins shy of 300

CINCINNATI: The Bearcats’ 4-0 win over Xavier on Sept. 13 was the most lopsided win in the cross-town rivalry since a 4-0 drubbing of the Musketeers in 1997. It was also the first time UC scored four goals in a match since a 4-3 double-overtime win at Louisville in Cincinnati’s first-ever BIG EAST match on Sept. 7, 2005.


Sept. 17, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN
Marquette, Syracuse, Villanova share honors

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Carrying a 7-0-0 start, the Marquette women’s soccer team saw a pair of its players highlight the BIG EAST Women’s Soccer Weekly Awards. Junior Katie Kelly was named the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week, while freshman Ashley Bares was named the Rookie of the Week. Syracuse sophomore Eliza Bennett-Hattan was named the BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week, while Villanova sophomore Erin Byrnes was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week.


Sept. 17, 2007
AMERICA EAST WOMEN
Main keep tops for week

Cambridge, Mass--Maine goalkeeper Jasmine Phillips was named America East Women's Soccer Player of the Week while Albany midfielder Teresa Boring was chosen Rookie of the Week for the second-straight week.


Sept. 17, 2007
AMERICA EAST MEN
Groves of Hartford, Symington of Vermont share rookie honors

Cambridge, Mass---Michael Palacio of Stony Brook was named America East Men's Soccer Player of the Week. Sam Groves of Hartford and Brendan Symington of Vermont shared Rookie of the Week honors.


Sept. 17, 2007
IVY LEAGUE WOMEN
Mann named Player of the Week

Sophomore goalie Lauren Mann of the Harvard women’s soccer team was named Ivy League Player of the Week.


Sept. 17, 2007
IVY LEAGUE MEN
Akpan PLayer of the Week

Princeton, NJ--- Harvard sophomore forward Andre Akpan has been named Ivy League Player of the Week.


Sept. 17, 2007
BIG EAST MEN
UConn’s Castilla Defender of the Week

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – With West Virginia’s 1-0 win at No. 5/5 Duke, Zach Johnson and Paul Paradise earn BIG EAST Weekly honors after the third week of play. Johnson was tabbed as Goalkeeper of the Week, while Paradise earned rookie accolades. Villanova’s Mike Seamon was selected as the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week and Oscar Castilla of Connecticut garnered defensive honors.


Sept. 17, 2007
ACC WOMEN
Virginia’s Foley Honored

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Shannon Foley of Virginia has been tabbed Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Player of the Week, as the senior forward tallied eight points on three goals and two assists to help the No. 8 Virginia Cavaliers defeat a pair of nationally ranked opponents last week.


Sept. 14, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
St John’s Ryan Soroka

Given that a number of his contemporaries already have made the leap to Europe, it's not surprising that St. John's sophomore midfielder-forward Ryan Soroka is considering going pro.


Sept. 12, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S NOTEBOOK
Irish OT streak ends; Hoyas drop first

CINCINNATI: The Bearcats lost their only match of the week 3-0 at Michigan on Sept. 7. It was the first lost of the year for UC who checks in at 1-1-1 overall on the young season. In their season-opening 2-1 double overtime win over Xavier on Aug. 31, the Bearcats saw head coach Meridy Glenn earn career win No. 250.


Sept. 12, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S NOTEBOOK
Big wins over ACC teams

CONNECTICUT: The Huskies won their third and fourth straight to capture the UConn/adidas Classic with wins over No. 15 South Carolina (3-0) and Florida International (1-0) on Sept. 7 and 8, respectively.


Sept. 11, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S HONOR ROLL
Marquette leads the way

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Marquette defense led the way in the Big East’s Weekly Honor Roll selections. Junior Shannon Cusick was named the Defensive Player of the Week for her part in a Marquette backline that has not allowed a goal on the year.


Sept. 11, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S HONOR ROLL
Nova’s Friel and Sleece, WVU’s Johnson, UConn’s White

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Villanova and West Virginia knocked off Duke and Maryland, respectively, to headline this week’s BIG EAST men’s soccer honors. Villanova’s Jason Friel is tabbed as BIG EAST Goalie of the Week, while teammate Matt Sleece earns defensive honors. WVU goalie Zach Johnson has been named Rookie of the Week, while Connecticut’s O’Brian White earns Offensive Player of the Week honor for the second time this season.


Sept. 11, 2007
ACC WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Hokie forward wins it

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Forward Marika Gray, who netted both goals in a 2-1 victory against No. 13 Tennessee in the Hawthorn Suites Hokie Invitational last weekend, has been tabbed Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Player of the Week.


Sept. 11, 2007
ACC MEN’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Va Tech’s Edmans gets honor

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Virginia Tech’s Robert Edmans was named Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Player of the Week after helping the Hokies to a 2-0 finish at the Hawthorne Suites Invitational at Tech Soccer Stadium in Blacksburg, Va.


Sept. 7, 2007
UMBRO COLLEGE SPOTLIGHT
Notre Dame’s Joseph Lapira

In just the first game of the season, Notre Dame’s Joseph Lapira tallied a goal and an assist. So is the senior forward on track to where he was last season?


Sept. 6, 2007
LIONS STOP HUSKIES
Penn State takes 1-0 win over UConn

STORRS, CT--The 15th-ranked Nittany Lion women used a first half goal from Aubrey Aden-Buie to beat No. 17 Connecticut, 1-0 Thursday night. Penn State keeper Alyssa Naeher looked outstanding in the victory, tallying six saves including several pivotal stops.


Sept. 5, 2007
BIG EAST MEN'S NOTEBOOK
UConn wins back-to-back games

NOTRE DAME-Using just 3:17 of extra time, Notre Dame defeated top-ranked UCLA 2-1 in overtime.


Sept. 5, 2007
ACC WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Virginia's Krzysik honored

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Defender Nikki Krzysik of Virginia has been named the season's first Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Soccer Player of the Week after helping the ninth-ranked Cavaliers kick off the 2007 season with a pair of shut-out victories last weekend.


Sept. 5, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN'S NOTEBOOK
UConn-Penn State on TV Thursday

CINCINNATI - The Bearcats went 1-0-1 to open the 2007 season. On Aug. 31 UC posted a 2-1 double overtime win against Xavier. It was the 250th career win for head coach Meridy Glenn who holds a mark of 250-174-38 following a 1-1 tie to Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 2. Glenn is 16th in wins all-time among Division I women’s soccer coaches.


Sept. 5, 2007
ACC MEN'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Maryland's Zusi selected

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Maryland’s Graham Zusi was named Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Soccer Player of the Week after leading the Terrapins to a 1-0-1 weekend, capturing the Offensive Most Valuable Player honor and a spot on the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic All-Tournament team to open the 2007 season.


Sept. 5, 2007
BIG EAST WOMEN’S HONOR ROLL
Players from four schools selected

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Four different schools have been highlighted in the first BIG EAST Women’s Soccer Weekly Awards.


Sept. 5, 2007
BIG EAST MEN’S HONOR ROLL
Players from four schools selected

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Men’s soccer players from four different schools were honored by the BIG EAST after the first week of play comes to a close. Connecticut’s O’Brian White was picked BIG EAST Player of the Week, while Notre Dame’s Chris Cahill was chosen Goalie of the Week. Brad Peetoom was selected for defensive honors, while Brayan Martinez was tabbed BIG EAST Rookie of the Week.


Sept. 2, 2007
BIG TURNOUT FOR BU-BC
Rivalry revived, Eagles win, 1-0



August 30, 2007
BU-BC KICKS OFF SEASON
Rivalry continues at Nickerson Saturday

Boston University will play host to Boston College at Nickerson Field in the regular-season opener for both schools' men's teams at 7 p.m. Saturday.


August 21, 2007
CLOSE CALL
BU, Vermont picked 2nd and 3rd by coaches

The University of Binghamton was picked to finish first in the America East by the league's coaches in the annual preseason poll released by the conference.


August 21, 2007
TABBED FOR FIRST
Terrier women top coaches poll

For the fourth consecutive year, the Boston University women’s soccer team has been picked to win the America East conference title, according to a vote of the conference’s head coaches.


August 20, 2007
EXHIBITION WIN
UMass tops LIU 1-0

AMHERST, Mass. - Freshman midfielder Ben Arikian and junior forward Prince Ofosu each tallied goals on Monday afternoon as UMass defeated Long Island University 2-0 in the first exhibition match of the season. Arikian netted his goal in the 16th minute, while Ofosu scored in the 66th minute.


June 18, 2007
CATAMOUNTS SET SLATE
Women to face four College Cup teams

BURLINGTON, Vt. - The University of Vermont women's soccer team's 2007 schedule includes four teams that advanced to the 2006 NCAA College Cup (Boston U, California, Hartford, Rutgers). UVM will compete against schools from nine different conferences, including the Big East, Pac-10, and West Coast Conference, plus its America East foes this season. Head coach Kerry Dziczkaniec announced the Catamount schedule today.


April 19, 2007
NEW COACH AT MIT
Alessi retires after 30+ years

For the first time in 32 years, the MIT men’s soccer program will operate under a different coach.


April 19, 2007
COLBY COACH GOES FULL-TIME
Drops gig at DOS office

After serving as Colby’s men’s head coach for 31 years, Mark Serdjenian is making it official – he’s going full-time.


April 3, 2007
BRAWL GAME
NU-BU preseason contest turns rough

A preseason match between Northeastern and Boston University turned rough Saturday after a hard foul by BU’s Neil Hlavaty.


March 27, 2007
CARY ON
N.C. town to host men's, women's College Cups

INDIANAPOLIS---For many schools, the center of the college soccer universe will be Cary, N.C. in 2008 and 2009. That's because the town will host a men's and women's College Cup in each of those years, the National Collegiate Athletic Association announced on Tueseday.


March 24, 2007
COLLEGE CROWDS
Top 50 in men's average attendance



March 24, 2007
COLLEGE CROWDS
Top 50 in men's total attendance



March 24, 2007
DRAWING CROWDS
Three NE schools among tops in attendance

Three New England schools ranked among the national leaders in men's soccer attendance in 2006 according to figures compiled by the National Collegiate Athletic Association.


Jan. 14, 2007
HINGHAM NATIVE HONORED
Jay Martin wins NSCAA award

Jay Martin, men’s soccer coach at Ohio Wesleyan University, was named the recipient of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s Honor Award. The announcement was made at the organization’s awards banquet at the NSCAA convention in Indianapolis.


January 12, 2007
GONSALVES TORONTO-BOUND
Rhody midfielder picked by expansion team

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind---Rhode Island men’s soccer standout Jeffrey Gonsalves was selected in the fourth round of the 2007 MLS SuperDraft. Gonsalves was picked 40th overall, by the Toronto FC, which will kick off its inaugural season in 2007.


January 8, 2006
ALL NEW ENGLAND
Three Dartmouth women selected by NEWISA

HANOVER, N.H. - Three members of the Dartmouth women's soccer team earned NEWISA All-New England honors following an impressive season.


December 17, 2006
ENGLISH TRIAL
Konopka gets a look from Cardiff City

Highly-touted goalkeeper Chris Konopka, who completed his stellar four-year college career at Providence College last month, left Saturday for South Wales in the United Kingdom for a week-long trial with Cardiff City FC of the English Football League.


December 7, 2006
GONSALVES NAMED 3RD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
Finished 2006 season with 41 points

Rhode Island senior standout Jeffrey Gonsalves has been named to the 2006 College Soccer News All-America Third Team. The honor comes just over a week after Gonsalves was selected to participate in the 2007 Adidas MLS Player Combine, which will take place Jan. 5-8 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.


December 4, 2006
FIRST TEAM
Davies named All-America

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass--Boston College junior forward Charlie Davies has earned National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-America first-team recognition.


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