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College Soccer in New England
Some of the most vibrant and competitve college soccer in the nation takes place in New England. From UConn and Boston College to Franklin Pierce, Williams and beyond, the region boasts some of the finest collegiate soccer programs in the country.
There are the long and storied rivalries of Ivy League schools, and Boston College plays in the ACC, the most competitive soccer conference in the nation. Division II Franklin Pierce has long been a power in the second division, while New England has the most teams in DIII. Teams like Wheaton, Williams, Amherst, Middlebury and Bowdoin have all made headlines, representing just a handful of the dozens of excellent DIII programs in the region. We try to keep track of New England schools and players competing in the NAIA, USCAA, NJCAA and NCCAA, too.
Many professional players who have come through local colleges, including former Rev Andy Dorman (BU), the late Bobby Rhine of FC Dallas (UConn), Brianna Scurry (UMass) and Charlie Davies (BC).
We cover all aspects of the New England college scene in this part of the site.
Latest College Soccer Stories
10/26/09 - Hartford Women Top Vermont.
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. -- Michele DeSanti scored once and handed out an assist, her first points of the season, to lead the Hartford Hawks to a 3-0 shutout victory over visiting Vermont in America East womenï¿½s soccer action on Sunday afternoon.
10/26/09 - Dartmouth Splits with Columbia.
HANOVER, N.H. ï¿½- Two second half goals and an impressive performance by its goalkeeper gave Columbia a 2-0 upset of the 15th ranked Dartmouth menï¿½s soccer team Sunday.
10/25/09 - SCSU Sweeps SNHU.
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Victor Hernandez scored twice to lead Southern Connecticut State University to a 2-1 Northeast-10 menï¿½s soccer victory over No. 5 Southern New Hampshire University Saturday night at Larkin Field.
10/23/09 - BU Women Clinch America East.
The Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team (11-5-2, 6-1 America East) has claimed its third straight America East regular season title as a result of Stony Brookï¿½s 4-0 loss to Maine Thursday afternoon.
10/20/09 - Quinnipiac Cleans Up Weekly Awards.
Three members of the Quinnipiac University womenï¿½s soccer team swept the adidas/Northeast Conference weekly awards after two victories at home this past weekend.
10/18/09 - UML's Gillis Sets D2 Record.
Senior goalkeeper Jamie Gillis (North Billerica, Mass.) eclipsed the NCAA Division II record for consecutive shutout minutes as No. 19 UMass Lowell defeated Southern Connecticut State University, 3-0, Saturday afternoon in a womenï¿½s soccer clash at Cushing Field.
10/18/09 - Saturday's NE Soccer Roundup.
Freshman Laura Muise (Newburyport, Mass.) scored two goals, one in each half, as the Bentley University womenï¿½s soccer team earned a 2-0 Senior Day victory over the Assumption Greyhounds Saturday afternoon in a Northeast-10 match.
10/16/09 - Trinity Women Run Past Magnus.
HARTFORD, Conn. ï¿½ The Trinity College womenï¿½s soccer team posted a 5-1 win over the visiting Albertus Magnus College Falcons in Thursday afternoon. Trinity improves to 4-3-2, while the Falcons drop to 8-4-2.
10/12/09 - BC Women Work Overtime.
Boston College junior Brooke Knowlton scored in overtime to lead the Eagles womenï¿½s soccer team past ACC foe Virginia, 1-0, Sunday afternoon.
10/11/09 - A Worthwhile Trip to Beliz.
For some, a ï¿½working lunchï¿½ is not all that uncommon. But a ï¿½working vacation,ï¿½ well, thatï¿½s something entirely different.
10/11/09 - Franklin Pierce Men Rout Saint Rose.
The Franklin Pierce University menï¿½s soccer team ran their unbeaten streak to five straight games (4-0-1) Saturday night with a 5-0 win over Saint Rose at Sodexo Field in Rindge, N.H.
10/8/09 - UNH Men Upset BU.
BOSTON, MASS. - Chris Banks (Westborough, Mass.) punched in the game-deciding goal off a pass from Sean Coleman (Stratham, N.H.) in the 73rd minute of play to propel the University of New Hampshire menï¿½s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Boston University to open up conference play, Wednesday night at Nickerson Field.
10/8/09 - USM Pair Tops in LEC.
GORHAM, Maine -- Two University of Southern Maine juniors were recognized by the Little East Conference earlier this week.
10/8/09 - UML Women Rule the Roost.
LOWELL, Mass. -- Junior forward Brianne Bozzella (Wilmington, Mass.) and senior goalkeeper Jamie Gillis (North Billerica, Mass.) were named the Player and Goalkeeper of the Week, respectively, by the Northeast-10 Conference after leading the UMass Lowell womenï¿½s soccer team to a 2-0 clip last week.
10/6/09 - Mixed Results for UML Bentley.
The UMass-Lowell and Bentley soccer teams underwent a home-and-home battle with much different results.
10/6/09 - UConn Tops Big East Rival PC.
STORRS, Conn. ï¿½ The University of Connecticut scored three times in the first half and defeated the Providence College menï¿½s soccer team, 4-0, Tuesday night in a BIG EAST Conference match at Morrone Stadium.
10/6/09 - BC Coach Earns Local Hall Nod.
Boston College head menï¿½s soccer coach Ed Kelly will be inducted into the New England Soccer Hall of Fame this November.
10/5/09 - Crimson Frosh Named Rookie of the Week.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ Freshman forward Brian Rogers of the eighth-ranked Harvard menï¿½s soccer team has been selected as the Ivy League Rookie of the Week for the second time this season, the conference office announced Monday afternoon.
10/4/09 - Lady Terriers Continue Hot Play.
ORONO, Maine - Senior Emily Pallotta netted two goals and classmate Casey Brown and sophomore Jessica Luscinski potted one apiece to lead the Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team to a 4-2 win over Maine on Sunday.
10/4/09 - UNH Women Upend Hartford.
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. -- The University of New Hampshire womenï¿½s soccer team won its second game of the season after defeating Hartford, 2-1, on Sunday afternoon.
10/4/09 - Harvard Tops Rival Yale.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. ï¿½ After waiting hours to start the game due to lightning, the eighth-ranked Harvard menï¿½s soccer team earned a dramatic, 1-0, double overtime victory at archrival Yale Saturday evening.
10/3/09 - BC Men Fall to No. 24 NC State.
Tyler Lassiter snapped a 1-1 tie in the 103rd minute with his second goal of the match to lift the No. 24 NC State soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Boston College before 1,000 fans at Dail Soccer Field.
10/1/09 - Brown Battles BU to Draw.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. ï¿½ The No. 16 Boston University men's soccer team and No. 23 Brown battled to a 3-3 draw on Wednesday night at Stephenson Field.
10/1/09 - Dartmouth Snaps Brief Skid.
Junior Daniel Keat played a role in all three goals as the No. 18 Dartmouth men's soccer team turned in a dominant 3-1 win over Vermont Wednesday night.
9/29/09 - A-10 Recognizes UMass Frosh.
AMHERST, Mass. - UMass women's soccer freshman Emily Cota was named the Atlantic 10 Co-Rookie of the Week following her stellar performance in the Minutewomen's first two conference games of the season.
9/29/09 - NE-10 Honors Local Pair.
Sean Lambert of the Southern New Hampshire University menï¿½s soccer team and Angelika Johansson of the Franklin Pierce womenï¿½s soccer team were honored by the Northeast-10 Conference on Monday afternoon the Goalkeeper and Player of the Week, respectively.
9/29/09 - BU, Maine in Weekly Honors.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ Boston University and the University of Maine combined to win three of the four America East weekly honors.
9/29/09 - Harvard's Harms Wins Weekly Award.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ Harvard goalkeeper Austin Harms has been honored as the Ivy League Player of the Week for the second time this season, the conference office announced Monday.
9/27/09 - UMass Women Unbeaten in Five.
PITTSBURGH, Pa. - A late tally by redshirt junior and Dedham (Mass.) native Sydney Stoll helped the UMass women's soccer team extend its unbeaten streak to five straight games as the squad defeated Duquesne, 1-0, in Atlantic 10 action on Sunday afternoon.
9/27/09 - First Loss for Harvard Men.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The No. 6 Harvard menï¿½s soccer team suffered its first loss of the season Saturday, dropping a 1-0 decision to No. 3 Wake Forest in a non-conference matchup.
9/26/09 - Bobcats Snare First Home Win.
HAMDEN, Conn. ï¿½ The Quinnipiac menï¿½s soccer team won its first game at home this year, downing Vermont, 2-1, Saturday.
9/26/09 - Eagles Upset No. 11 Duke.
NEWTON, Mass. ï¿½ Freshman midfielder Colin Murphy netted the game-winning goal in the 51st minute and goalkeeper Justin Luthy made three second-half saves as the Boston College menï¿½s soccer team earned a 2-0 victory over No. 11 Duke Friday night at the Newton Campus Complex.
9/25/09 - Comeback Win for BU Women.
BOSTON - Senior Emily Pallotta headed home the game-winning goal two minutes into overtime, as the Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team battled back to beat Dartmouth for the first time since 2004.
9/24/09 - SNHU Ground River Hawks.
LOWELL, Mass. ï¿½ No. 7 Southern New Hampshire University posted its sixth straight shutout with a 2-0 win over UMass Lowell in Northeast-10 menï¿½s soccer Wednesday night.
9/24/09 - Dorman Leads BU Past Holy Cross.
BOSTON - Senior Richy Dorman tallied his first points of the season by first scoring a goal and then recording an assist on the second goal to lead the 19th-ranked Boston University men's soccer team past Holy Cross, 2-0, on Wednesday night at Nickerson Field.
9/23/09 - Keat Named Ivy League's Best.
Dartmouth menï¿½s soccer junior co-captain Daniel Keat was named the Ivy League Player of the Week after a five-point weekend for the Big Green.
9/23/09 - URI Men Top Yale.
Junior Greg Balicki scored the overtime game-winner as the Rhode Island menï¿½s soccer team rallied back from a first half deficit to take down Yale, 2-1, Tuesday night in New Haven.
9/21/09 - Tough Sunday for UVM Soccer.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Babayele Sodade scored off a Two-Boys Gumede free kick with less than seven minutes remaining to lift Alabama-Birmingham to a 1-0 victory over the University of Vermont menï¿½s soccer team in the second day of the Memphis Classic.
9/19/09 - Eagle Men Take Boston Derby.
BOSTON, Mass. -- In another thrilling contest between two cross-town rivals, the Boston College menï¿½s soccer team defeated No. 14 Boston University Friday night at Nickerson Field in front a boisterous crowd of 1,907 attendees.
9/18/09 - Hartford, UMass Women Draw.
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. -- The University of Hartford womenï¿½s soccer team battled the University of Massachusetts to a 1-1 double overtime draw on Thursday evening.
9/16/09 - Quinnipiac Men Best Army.
WEST POINT, N.Y. ï¿½ Senior goalkeeper Freddy Hall recorded his third consecutive shutout as the Quinnipiac University menï¿½s soccer team defeated Army, 1-0, at Clinton Field.
9/14/09 - BU Men Upend No. 1 St. Johns.
BOSTON, Mass. -- Sophomore Stephen Knox scored his first goal of the season and his first career game-winner off an assist from junior Aaron Oï¿½Neal in the 34th minute to help lead the Boston University menï¿½s soccer team (3-1-1) past St. John's (1-1-2), 1-0, on Sunday night at Nickerson Field.
9/13/09 - Dartmouth Women Upset West Virginia.
Charlottesville, Va. -- Dartmouth sophomore Aly Oï¿½Dea scored the game-winner early in the second half to give the womenï¿½s soccer team a 1-0 upset win over No. 12 West Virginia Sunday afternoon.
9/13/09 - Johnson State Sweeps Saturday.
JOHNSON, Vt. -- The Johnson State womenï¿½s soccer controlled action throughout the day en route to a 2-0 non-conference womenï¿½s soccer victory over Southern Vermont College Saturday at Minaert Field.
9/12/09 - URI Men Win at Dartmouth.
HANOVER, N.H. -- The University of Rhode Island menï¿½s soccer team recorded its second shutout victory of the season with a 2-0 blanking of Iona Friday night at Dartmouthï¿½s Nike Hypertherm Classic.The Rams scored once in each half to secure the win.
9/11/09 - Thursday's Women's College Roundup.
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. -- Four different players scored a goal as the Fairfield University womenï¿½s soccer team defeated the University of Hartford, 4-0 Tuesday evening at Al-Marzook Field. The win improves the Stags record to 2-3, while the Hawks fall to 2-2.
9/11/09 - Colby-Sawyer Women Top Lasell.
NEW LONDON, N.H. -- Freshman Ashley Reis (Peterborough, N.H.) scored her first collegiate goal 12 minutes into the first half to help lift the Colby-Sawyer womenï¿½s soccer team past Lasell, 2-0, Thursday evening.
9/9/09 - Awards Galore for Locals.
With the beginning of the week comes weekly award announcements from various leagues across the region, and several New England-based players have been selected among the best for their recent exploits on the pitch.
9/8/09 - Shand Finds Home in Keene.
KEENE, N.H. -- Justifiably nervous prior to playing in his first game with the Keene State College menï¿½s soccer team last Tuesday night, a superstitious Shawn Shand cringed when Owl coach Ron Butcher handed him a jersey with No. 13 emblazoned on the back.
9/8/09 - Bentley Women Hold Off Dowling.
WALTHAM, Mass. -- Senior Cheryl Boyd (Holliston, Mass.) scored two first half goals and the Bentley University womenï¿½s soccer team withstood Dowlingï¿½s second half comeback attempt to post a 2-1, non-conference win Monday afternoon.
9/7/09 - Ritter Earns Big East Acclaim.
Providence College menï¿½s soccer forward Timothy Ritter (Weston, Mass.) was named Big East Offensive Player of the Week Monday.
9/7/09 - Franklin Pierce Classic Wraps Up.
RINDGE, N.H. -- Sophomore midfielder Diego Tabares (Seekonk, Mass.) scored twice, including the game-winner, and added an assist Sunday night to lead the Franklin Pierce University menï¿½s soccer team to a 4-3, non-conference win over Molloy in the finale of the Franklin Pierce Labor Day Classic at Sodexo Field
9/7/09 - CCSU Men Win New Hampshire Classic.
DURHAM, N.H. -- Senior captain Eddie Floyd scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another to lift the Central Connecticut State University menï¿½s soccer team to a 3-1 victory over the University of New Hampshire Sunday afternoon.
9/6/09 - BU Men Upset UConn.
STORRS, Conn. -- For the second consecutive year, senior goalie Hrafn Davidsson shut out Connecticut, but this time he received offensive support, as the Terriers stunned the 12th-ranked Huskies, 3-0, Saturday night at Morrone Stadium in front of a boisterous 3,495 fans.
9/6/09 - PC Men Beat Holy Cross.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Providence College menï¿½s soccer team scored early on its way to a 1-0 victory over Holy Cross Saturday in the home opener at PCï¿½s Glay Field.
9/6/09 - Tough Saturday for Southern Maine.
NORTON, Mass. -- Nine different Wheaton College menï¿½s soccer players chalked up at least one point in leading the Lyons past the University of Southern Maine, 5-1, on Saturday to open the two-day, four-team Adidas Kick-Off Classic at Keefe Field.
9/5/09 - Harvard Teams Kick Off Season.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Andre Akpan, Harvardï¿½s all-time leading scorer, became the first Crimson player to reach the century mark in points as he tallied two goals and handed out an assist to guide the Harvard menï¿½s soccer team to a 4-1 victory over Stony Brook in its season opener Friday afternoon at Ohiri Field.
9/5/09 - Holy Cross Women Are 2-0.
Senior co-captain Shelby Stand (Douglas, Mass.) scored two goals in her season debut to lead the Holy Cross womenï¿½s soccer team to victory, 2-1, over Manhattan College Friday night. With the win, the Crusaders remain undefeated and improve to 2-0 overall, while the Jaspers fall to 1-2 on the season.
9/5/09 - Dartmouth Men Romp in Opener.
HANOVER, N.H. -- The 10th ranked Dartmouth menï¿½s soccer team opened the 2009 season with a 7-0 romp over St. Peterï¿½s in front of a boisterous crowd at Burnham Field.
9/3/09 - SNHU Women Tie Le Moyne in Shootout.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Ariel Teixeira (Warren, R.I.) finished with two goals and two assists for Southern New Hampshire University as it played Le Moyne College to a wild 4-4 tie Wednesday afternoon at the Niland Athletic Complex.
9/3/09 - BC Women Win Boston Derby.
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. -- The Boston College womenï¿½s soccer team topped Boston University, 2-0, Wednesday night at Newton Soccer Field.
9/3/09 - Wednesday's Women's College Roundup.
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. -- The University of Hartford womenï¿½s soccer team scored four times in the second half en route to a 4-1 victory over Iona College Wednesday night at Alumni Stadium.
9/2/09 - UMass, BU Men Draw Even.
AMHERST, Mass. -- The Boston University menï¿½s soccer team scored a second half equalizer against Massachusetts to leave Rudd Field Tuesday afternoon with a 1-1 draw in the season opener for both teams.
9/2/09 - Hartford Men Nip Bryant.
SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- The University of Hartford menï¿½s soccer team opened its 2009 campaign with a 1-0 victory against the Bryant Bulldogs Tuesday afternoon.
9/2/09 - Tuesday's Men's College Roundup.
WALTHAM, Mass. -- Bentley University improved to 2-0 in the Northeast-10 with a 4-0 victory over AIC Tuesday afternoon in the home opener for the menï¿½s soccer team.
9/2/09 - Bonfigli, St. Martin Win Awards.
Vermontï¿½s Gabby Bonfigli (America East) and Stonehillï¿½s Kirstie St. Martin (Northeast-10) won player of the week awards for their respective leagues, it was announced Monday.
8/31/09 - Sunday's Women's College Roundup.
BOSTON, Mass. -- In front of a program-record crowd of 4,963 fans, the Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team delivered a 2-0 victory over Massachusetts (0-2) Sunday evening at Nickerson Field.
8/31/09 - UVM Women Take TD Bank Classic.
BURLINGTON, Vt. - The University of Vermont womenï¿½s soccer team took home the 2009 TD Bank Classic title for the first time since 2003 after playing through 110 minutes and to a 2-2 draw against Central Connecticut State Sunday afternoon at Centennial Field.
8/30/09 - Saturday's Men's College Roundup.
EASTON, Mass. -- Stonehill College sophomore Michael White (Lisbon, N.H.) fired in a volley with 1:25 left in the first overtime to lift the Skyhawks to a 1-0 victory over Concordia (N.Y.) College in non-conference menï¿½s soccer action on Day 2 of the 2009 Stonehill Skyhawks Kickoff Classic at W.B. Mason Stadium Saturday afternoon.
8/29/09 - Women's College Soccer Roundup.
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. -- Junior forward Brooke Knowlton scored two goals to lead the Boston College womenï¿½s soccer team past non-conference foe Fairfield University, 5-0, Friday night at the Newton Soccer Field.
8/29/09 - Good Start for Stonehill Men.
EASTON, Mass. -- The Stonehill College menï¿½s soccer team opened its 2009 season with a 2-1 victory over Felician College in non-conference menï¿½s soccer action Friday on day one of the Skyhawks Kickoff Classic at Skyhawk Field.
8/29/09 - UVM Women Win in OT.
BURLINGTON, Vt. - Carson Laderoute (Rutland, Vt.) finished off a cross 2:12 into overtime, her second goal of the day, to lift the Vermont Catamounts past the University of Montreal, 3-2, on the first day of the TD Bank Classic at Centennial Field Friday.
8/28/09 - Raven Men Knock Off No. 2 Dowling.
RINDGE, N.H. -- Sophomore goalkeeper Alexander Pilitsis (Brunswick, Maine) turned aside all five shots he faced and senior midfielder Kensaku Tsuji scored the game-winning goal in the first half Thursday night as the No. 16 nationally ranked Franklin Pierce University menï¿½s soccer team opened the season with a 3-0 home victory in non-conference play over No. 2 Dowling at Sodexo Field.
8/28/09 - BU Women Top URI.
BOSTON, Mass. -- The Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team kicked off its 2009 campaign on a high note, as it defeated the University of Rhode Island, 2-0, Thursday evening at Nickerson Field.
8/25/09 - Western Connecticut State Atop LEC Women's Poll.
Western Connecticut State University will attempt to become the first team in Little East womenï¿½s soccer history to win four consecutive conference championships after being tabbed the preseason favorite in the annual coachesï¿½ poll for the fourth straight season and eighth overall since joining the league in 1994.
8/25/09 - Quinnipiac Third in NEC Poll.
HAMDEN, Conn. ï¿½ The Quinnipiac menï¿½s soccer team was the highest ranked New England team in the Northeast Conference Preseason Coachesï¿½ Poll.
8/25/09 - SNHU Leads Northeast-10 Ranks.
The Southern New Hampshire University menï¿½s soccer team, which captured the Northeast-10 regular season and tournament titles a season ago, has been selected by the conferenceï¿½s 14 head coaches to repeat as conference champions.
8/25/09 - CCSU Tops NEC Women's Poll.
Central Connecticut State University was voted the 2009 Northeast Conference women's soccer favorite, according to a preseason poll of the league's head coaches.
8/25/09 - Franklin Pierce Women Named NE-10 Best.
RINDGE, N.H. ï¿½ The No. 11 nationally-ranked Franklin Pierce University womenï¿½s soccer team has been selected as the favorite in the Northeast-10 Conference Preseason Coachesï¿½ Poll.
8/25/09 - Eastern Connecticut State Leads Little East Poll.
Eastern Connecticut State University, which captured the Little East Conference regular season and tournament titles in 2007 and finished third in the regular season last fall, was picked to win this yearï¿½s championship in a poll of the leagueï¿½s head coaches.
8/22/09 - Connecticut's Preston Hirten Mourned.
A memorial service is being held Saturday for Preston Hirten, a Westport, Conn. native who died Tuesday after collapsing during a University of Mary Washington soccer practice.
8/21/09 - Holy Cross' Miller Earns Preseason Plaudit.
Holy Cross menï¿½s soccer junior forward Kyle Miller has been voted as Patriot League Preseason Offensive Player of the Year in a vote by conference head coaches and sports information directors.
8/20/09 - BC Picked 6th in ACC Poll.
The Boston College menï¿½s soccer team has been predicted to finish sixth in the ACC this year, according to the annual coachesï¿½ preseason poll released Wednesday.
8/20/09 - America East Preview: BU on Top.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ The defending America East champion Boston University menï¿½s soccer team was picked to win the conference again in the leagueï¿½s preseason coachesï¿½ poll released on Wednesday.
8/19/09 - Three NE-10 Teams in D2 Preseason Poll.
The UMass-Lowell menï¿½s soccer team, ranked No. 8 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Division II preseason poll released Monday, head three New England schools in the top-25 rankings.
8/17/09 - Success Expected in Preseason Polls.
With the college season just around the corner, conferences are announcing their preseason polls, and several New England teams are expected to be among the best in the countryï¿½s top leagues.
8/12/09 - Local Quartet on Hemann List.
Harvard senior forward Andre Akpan, UMass junior midfielder Ben Arikian, UConn senior midfielder Toni Stahl and Monmouth junior midfielder Ryan Kinne (Naugatuck, Conn.) have been named to the 2009 Missouri Athletic Clubï¿½s Hermann Trophy Watch List, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) announced Tuesday.
7/29/09 - Bedoya a Hit in Sweden.
Former Boston College All-America soccer star Alejandro Bedoya, who plays professionally for Swedenï¿½s Orebro SK of the Allsvenskan (the countryï¿½s first division), scored his first two league goals after entering the match in the 78th minute to help Orebro to a 2-2 draw with BK Hacken on Monday.
7/24/09 - UConn's White Makes MLS Debut.
Former Connecticut standout Oï¿½Brian White made his MLS debut for Toronto FC in Wednesday nightï¿½s scoreless tie against Argentine side River Plate.
7/24/09 - Napoli Named UMass Women's Coach.
AMHERST, Mass. ï¿½ Former University of Massachusetts standout goalkeeper Angela Napoli has been appointed UMass womenï¿½s soccer head coach for the 2009 season, replacing longtime coach Jim Rudy, who retired this spring after 21 years at the helm.
7/20/09 - Dartmouth's Milligan Gets Call in Scotland.
Former Dartmouth goalkeeper Sean Milligan (Class of ï¿½09) earned an international start Monday for Greenock Morton FC, a Scottish Football League First Division (the countryï¿½s second highest level) club.
7/11/09 - It's Offical: Davies to Sign With Sochaux.
What has been rumored in the press for days became official yesterday, as French Ligue 1 side Sochaux will sign U.S. international forward Charlie Davies.
7/2/09 - All-Americans Feature Ivy League Pair.
Harvard senior forward Andre Akpan and Dartmouth senior midfielder Craig Henderson have been named to the College Soccer News All-America first team. For Akpan, it is his second straight appearance on the team.
7/1/09 - McNeil Joins BC as Coach.
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. ï¿½ Kia McNeill is coming back to her alma mater.
6/22/09 - UVM Legend Greig Passes Away.
Former University of Vermont coach and UVM Athletics Hall of Famer Hal Greig passed away in Ticonderoga, N.Y. Wednesday after a long, courageous battle with an illness.
6/18/09 - Smith Waived; Adair Resigns.
More than two months after his arrest for allegedly assaulting his two daughters and placement on leave of absence, Clemson University menï¿½s soccer coach Trevor Adair has resigned.
6/11/09 - Assumption Women Hire Melia.
Glenn Melia, a Sutton, Mass. native and former standout forward with the United States Air Force Academy, has been named the women's soccer coach at Assumption College.
6/10/09 - Local Keeper Wins Weekly Award.
Western Mass. Pioneer goalkeeper James Thorpe was honored as the USL Second Division Player of the Week.
6/9/09 - Conn. College Men Name New Coach.
Kenny Murphy, assistant soccer coach at Brown University, has been named head coach of the Connecticut College men's soccer program.
6/6/09 - Franklin Pierce Star Shines in USL.
Franklin Pierce University junior All-American Angelika Johansson was named to the W-League "Team of the Week" as announced by the United Soccer Leagues (USL).
6/1/09 - Pioneer Wins PLayer of the Week.
Western Mass. Pioneer forward Yan Klukowski was honored as the USL Second Division Player of the Week.
5/30/09 - Mutiny Sign former Hartford Star.
The New England Mutiny of the WPSL East Conference have bolstered their attack, signing former SoccerPlus CT Reds and University of Hartford standout Meagan Reimer.
5/28/09 - Hartford Coach Joins Portugal Staff.
Hartford's men's soccer coach Dan Gaspar has been invited by the Portuguese Football Federation to join its national team staff in preparation for its upcoming World Cup Qualifiers.
5/21/09 - Lady Eagles Class in High Regard.
The Boston College women's soccer team will welcome six new players for the 2009 campaign, and TopDrawerSoccer.com has rated BCï¿½s recruiting class second in the ACC behind North Carolina.
5/1/09 - Dartmouth Add Two More.
Dartmouth men's soccer head coach Jeff Cook has announced two more players for the class of 2013 who will join the defending Ivy League champions this fall.
4/27/09 - Assumption Women's Coach Resigns.
WORCESTER, Mass. ï¿½ Assumption College womenï¿½s soccer coach Neil Stafford has resigned effective immediately, Ted Paulauskas, Assumptionï¿½s Direcotor of Athletics, announced Monday.
4/24/09 - Gallagher to Coach Holy Cross Women.
The College of the Holy Cross has named Darren Gallagher as its new head womenï¿½s soccer coach, as he becomes the sixth head coach in the history of the program.
4/23/09 - UVM Women Add 14 Players.
BURLINGTON, Vt. - The University of Vermont women's soccer team will add a whopping 14 newcomers to the team for the 2009 season, including six players from around New England.
4/21/09 - UML Tips Scales as New Coach.
Bryan Scales, a native of Medway, Mass., is the new head coach of the UMass-Lowell menï¿½s soccer program.
4/16/09 - UMaine Cuts Men's Soccer Program.
The University of Maine has suspended its menï¿½s soccer program, effective June 30, as a result of budget cuts being made across the university system.
4/16/09 - Three Mass. Natives Sign with BU.
BOSTON ï¿½ Three Massachusetts natives are among the five freshmen heading to the reigning America East champion Boston University menï¿½s soccer team.
4/7/09 - Providence Hires Dean Coach.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. ï¿½ Former Dean College head coach John Mark Andrade has been hired at Providence College to assist menï¿½s head coach Chaka Daley.
3/27/09 - NEISL All-Star Game Taking Shape.
Many of New Englandï¿½s top college soccer players will meet at Clark University in Worcester, Mass. for the annual New England Intercollegiate Soccer League (NEISL) All-Star Game.
3/24/09 - Catching Up With Perek Belleh Part II.
Soccer New England continues its interview with former University of Rhode Island menï¿½s soccer standout Perek Belleh.
3/23/09 - Catching Up With Perek Belleh.
When Perek Bellehï¿½s soccer career at the University of Rhode Island was over, it seemed a pretty good bet he had a future in the professional ranks.
3/13/09 - Real Madrid, BU, MIT Join Forces.
Friday, BU, MIT and Real Madrid joined forces in a collaboration agreement to research several aspects of sports, including physical preparation, physiological factors, diet and nutrition.
3/5/09 - BC Defender Heads Back to Fury.
ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY ï¿½ Boston College All-American Alyssa Pember will return to the Long Island Fury for a fourth season this spring.
3/4/09 - Breakers Hire Harvard Asst..
WESTWOOD, Mass. - Harvard women's soccer assistant Katie Shields will join the Boston Breakers' coaching staff as an assistant for the 2009 season.
3/2/09 - Fairfield Inks Three Women.
Fairfield womenï¿½s soccer announced the signings of three players, including Newtown (Conn.) High School senior Kasey Schulz.
2/26/09 - BC Hires New Assistant.
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. ï¿½ The Boston College womenï¿½s soccer team has hired former George Washington assistant Neel Bhattacharjee as an assistant coach.
2/25/09 - BC's Henderson Returns to Fury.
Boston College women's soccer midfielder Kelly Henderson will return to the WPSL's Long Island Fury for a fourth season.
2/18/09 - UVMs Tobin Heads to Norway.
Former University of Vermont men's soccer standout Connor Tobin has signed a professional contract to play for Nybersgund IL-Trysil in Norway.
2/16/09 - BU Senior Invited to Breakers Camp.
Boston University womenï¿½s soccer senior Marisha Schumacher-Hodge has been invited by the coaches of the Boston Breakers to participate in its preseason camp, following a strong showing at the teams tryouts on Feb. 9-10.
2/13/09 - Franklin Pierce Hires Former Player as Coach.
RINDGE, N.H. ï¿½ Franklin Pierce has hired Providence assistant Craig Stewart as the new head coach of its menï¿½s soccer team.
2/11/09 - NE-10 All-Academic Team.
Nearly two dozen New England-based college soccer players have been named to the Northeast-10 Conference Fall All-Academic team.
2/8/09 - Holy Cross Hires Ted Priestly.
Ted Priestly, who recently capped his 12th season as head coach of the UMass-Lowell menï¿½s soccer program, has accepted the head post at the College of the Holy Cross.
2/5/09 - Hoolman Joins BC Staff.
Franklin Pierce University has announced the resignation of menï¿½s soccer head coach Marco Koolman, who has accepted a coaching position on Ed Kellyï¿½s menï¿½s soccer staff at Boston College.
1/31/09 - Revs Sign UMass Keeper Simmons.
The New England Revolution announced Friday that former UMass goalkeeper Zack Simmons has signed a developmental contract with Major League Soccer to play for the Revs, and that the club has elevated keeper Brad Knighton and defender Chris Tierney from the developmental roster to the senior roster.
1/22/09 - Mann Gets Call From Scotland.
Goalkeeper Lauren Mann of the Harvard womenï¿½s soccer team has been invited to the Scottish Womenï¿½s National Team training camp.
1/16/09 - Revs Draft 7 Out of College.
The New England Revolution selected seven players in Thursdayï¿½s 2009 MLS SuperDraft in St. Louis. A pair of first-round selections ï¿½ Indiana defender Kevin Alston and Tampa outside midfielder Ryan Maxwell ï¿½ highlighted the class that included a league-high seven selections.
1/05/09 - UMass-Lowell Senior Earns Tryout.
LOWELL ï¿½ UMass-Lowell senior and Lowell, Mass. native Jamie Wangia, was invited to participate in a tryout for the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium.
12/30/08 - Regional Honor for SNHU Coach.
MANCHESTER, N.H. ï¿½ Southern New Hampshire University menï¿½s soccer coach Marc Hubbard was named the NSCAA/adidas Division II East Region Coach of the Year.
12/29/08 - UMass Coach Recognized by NSCAA.
AMHERST, Mass. - After leading the UMass men's soccer team to its second straight NCAA Tournament appearance, coach Sam Koch was named the NSCAA/adidas Mid-Atlantic Region Coach Of The Year.
12/17/08 - Three Locals Earn All-Freshman Honors.
Three local players have been selected to the Soccer America All-Freshman womenï¿½s soccer team, the publication announced Tuesday.
12/13/08 - Division III Men's All-Americans.
Seven players with local ties made the NSCAA/adidas Division III Menï¿½s All-American teams.
12/13/08 - Harvard Leads Local All-Americans.
Harvard was one of seven colleges to place two players on the NSCAA/adidas Division I Menï¿½s All-American teams.
12/12/08 - Men's All-Atlantic Region Teams.
Yesterday, Soccer New England told you about the All-Northeast Region Team. Today, we reveal the local players recognized in the NSCAA/adidas Division I All-North Atlantic and All-South Atlantic Teams.
12/11/08 - Men's All-Northeast Region Team.
New England schools were well-represented in the Division I Menï¿½s NSCAA/adidas All-Northeast Region team.
12/11/08 - Nine Area Players Invited to MLS Combine.
Nine players from area colleges were among the 65 seniors invited to participate in the 2009 adidas Major League Soccer Player Combine next month.
12/11/08 - Bedoya Signs With Swedish Club.
Boston College forward Alejandro Bedoya has signed a three-year contract with Swedish club Orebro SK.
12/10/08 - Sacred Heart Coach Inducted to Conn. HOF.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Sacred Heart menï¿½s soccer coach Joe Barroso has been selected for induction into the Connecticut Soccer Hall of Fame. The ceremonies will be held Jan. 31 at the Farmington Marriott in Farmington, Conn.
12/6/08 - Williams Players Amongst DIII All-Americans.
Two players from local Williams College made the NSCAA Division III Womenï¿½s All-America First Team.
12/6/08 - Division II Women's All-Americans.
Three players from Franklin Pierce headlined the Division II Womenï¿½s All-American teams.
12/6/08 - Three Make DI Women's All-Americans.
Three players from local colleges made the NSCAA Division I Womenï¿½s All-American Third Team.
12/5/08 - Local Players on Women's NE Region Team.
Nine of 11 players on the NSCAAï¿½s Division I Womenï¿½s All-Northeast Region Team were from New England Schools.
12/3/08 - UVM Player Heads Down Under.
BURLINGTON, Vt. -- Former Vermont men's soccer player and Boxford, Mass. native Justin Geibel will play professional soccer in Australia for the Brisbane Strikers.
12/2/08 - Trinity's Ley NESCAC's Top Rookie.
Trinity College womenï¿½s soccer freshman forward Jenny Ley (Warwick, R.I.) was selected as the 2008 New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Rookie of the Year
12/1/08 - Wake Forest Eliminates Dartmouth.
The No. 1 seed and defending national champion Wake Forest men's soccer team proved too big, too tough and too much to handle for 16-seed Dartmouth, taking a huge 7-0 win over the Big Green in the third round of the NCAA Tournament Sunday.
11/30/08 - UConn Falls to Creighton.
OMAHA, Neb. ï¿½ A free kick with 1:28 left in the first overtime lifted No. 2 Creighton past No. 22 UConn, 2-1, in the third round of the NCAA menï¿½s soccer tournament Saturday at Morrison Stadium.
11/30/08 - Three Local Finalists for Men's Hermann Trophy.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ Three local players ï¿½ including last seasonï¿½s winner, UConnï¿½s Oï¿½Brian White ï¿½ were named among the 15 semifinalists for the 2008 menï¿½s soccer MAC Hermann Trophy award, given annually to the nationï¿½s top college soccer player.
11/27/08 - Dartmouth Edges BC in PKs.
HANOVER, N.H. --ï¿½ After 110 scoreless minutes, the Dartmouth menï¿½s soccer team, buoyed by a big save from Connecticut native Sean Milligan, outlasted Boston College, 4-2, in penalty kicks.
11/26/08 - Late Goal Sinks BU Men.
The Boston University menï¿½s soccer team held tough with third-seed St. Johnï¿½s in Tuesdayï¿½s NCAA Tournament second round match, but sophomore Sverre Wegge Gundhus broke the scoreless tie with eight minutes remaining in regulation to push the Red Storm past the Terriers, 1-0, to advance to the third round.
11/26/08 - Harvard Eliminated By USF.
TAMPA, Fla. ï¿½ A John Stamatis first half goal wasnï¿½t enough and the No. 30 Harvard menï¿½s soccer team was eliminated from the NCAA Tournament Tuesday, falling 2-1 to No. 8 South Florida in a second round game at USF Soccer Stadium.
11/26/08 - UConn Men Upset Virginia.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. ï¿½ Goals from senior Dori Arad and freshman Tony Cascio led the UConn menï¿½s soccer team to a 2-0 upset victory over No. 10 Virginia in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Tuesday night.
11/25/08 - Ivy League Honors for Locals.
Dartmouth senior Craig Henderson and freshman Lucky Mkosana were named the Ivy League Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year, respectively.
11/23/08 - Akpan Leads Harvard By UMass.
AMHERST, Mass. ï¿½ All-American Andre Akpan found the back of the net in overtime to lift No. 30 Harvard to a sudden victory, 1-0, at No. 25 UMass in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday afternoon.
11/23/08 - Seminoles Oust BC Women.
The Boston College womenï¿½s soccer team NCAA tournament run ended in the Sweet 16 with a 1-0 loss to Florida State at the Seminole Soccer Complex in Tallahassee, Fla. Saturday afternoon.
11/22/08 - Huskies Upend Fairfield.
STORRS, Conn. ï¿½ In an all-Connecticut battle, the UConn men's soccer team beat Fairfield University, 1-0, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday night at Marrone Stadium.
11/22/08 - BU Men Advance on Oh Goal.
Senior Jin Oh recorded his second-consecutive game-winning goal to help the Boston University menï¿½s soccer team advance past Fairleigh Dickinson, 1-0, during the first round of the NCAA tournament at Nickerson Field on Friday evening in temperatures that dipped below 30 degrees.
11/22/08 - BC Defeats Colgate in First Round.
NEWTON, Mass. ï¿½ A pair of goals from a couple of underclassmen propelled the Boston College menï¿½s soccer team to a 2-0 win over Colgate in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday.
11/21/08 - All-American Honots for FPU Sophomore.
Franklin Pierce University sophomore forward Angelika Johansson has earned a spot on the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America womenï¿½s soccer second team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America committee.
11/18/08 - A-10 Honors for UMass Pair.
UMass seniors Zack Simmons and Ben Arikian were named the Atlantic-10ï¿½s Defensive and Midfielder of the Year, respectively.
11/18/08 - Brito Named Player of the Year Again.
Quinnipiac University menï¿½s soccer senior Graciano Brito was named the Northeast Conference Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.
11/18/08 - Second Straight Offensive Honor for White.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. ï¿½For the second straight year, Connecticut senior Oï¿½Brian White was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year.
11/18/08 - Dartmouth Paces Men's Field.
Led by Dartmouth, one of the 16 teams with a first-round bye, seven New England schools qualified for the 2008 NCAA menï¿½s soccer tournament, as announced on Monday.
11/17/08 - UMass-Lowell Upsets SNHU.
MANCHESTER, N.H. ï¿½ Two Lowell natives helped the fourth-seeded UMass-Lowell menï¿½s soccer team upset No. 1 seed Southern New Hampshire, 2-1, in the NCAA DII East Region Semifinal on Sunday.
11/17/08 - Harvard Drops Finale to Penn.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. ï¿½ The No. 26 Harvard menï¿½s soccer team fell 1-0 in overtime at No. 24 Penn Sunday afternoon, giving the Quakers a share of the Ivy League title with Dartmouth.
11/17/08 - Holy Cross Falls in Final.
HAMILTON, N.Y. ï¿½ The Holy Cross menï¿½s soccer team lost the Patriot League Championship, 2-1, to Colgate on a late header Sunday afternoon at Van Doren Field.
11/17/08 - Dayton Tops UMass in A-10.
PITTSBURGH - Third-seeded Dayton (15-4-2) blanked top-seeded Massachusetts (10-7-3), 1-0 to win the Atlantic 10 Men's Soccer Championship Sunday afternoon.
11/17/08 - Williams Women Move on in D3.
The Williams (17-0-1) womenï¿½s soccer team took its first step toward its ultimate goal of winning an NCAA Division III national championship, dealing the visiting Husson Lady Braves (16-5-1) a 3-0 loss to advance to the Sweet 16 for the second consecutive year.
11/17/08 - BC Women Roll Over NU.
The No. 10 Boston College women's soccer scored three first half goals and never looked back as the Eagles defeated Northeastern, 4-0, in the second round off the NCAA Tournament at the Newton Soccer Field on Sunday afternoon.
11/16/08 - BU Wins America East.
BOSTON - Senior forward Jin Oh came off the bench to score his second goal in as many games and lift the top-seeded Boston University Terriers over the third-seeded Binghamton Bearcats, 1-0, in the America East Men's Championship final Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field.
11/15/08 - Quinnipiac Finished By FDU.
LONG BRANCH, N.J. ï¿½ The Quinnipiac menï¿½s soccer team fell to Fairleigh Dickinson 2-0, Friday afternoon in the semifinals of the Northeast Conference Tournament.
11/15/08 - NU, BC Women Advance.
The Northeastern and Boston College womenï¿½s soccer teams both won in NCAA first round play in Newton Friday, and will face each other Sunday at 1 p.m.
11/15/08 - BC Men Ousted by Maryland.
CARY, N.C. - On a soggy field in which goals were nearly impossible to come by, Maryland broke through against Boston College in most unlikely fashion to post a 1-0 win in Friday night's first ACC Men's Soccer Championship semifinal match.
11/15/08 - Ok. State Eliminates Fairfield.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - The Fairfield women's soccer team were edged by fourth-seeded Oklahoma State, 1-0, Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
11/14/08 - USC Ends Terriers' Season.
PROVO, Utah -- Buoyed by two second-half goals, the defending national champion USC womenï¿½s soccer team beat Boston University, 2-0, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Thursday.
11/13/08 - Bedoya, Brown Make All-ACC Team.
Boston College menï¿½s soccer seniors Alejandro Bedoya and Chris Brown earned All-ACC first-team honors while forward Edvin Worley earned All-ACC Freshman team recognition, according to an announcement by the league this week.
11/13/08 - Eagles Slay Tigers in Overtime.
CARY, N.C. ï¿½ Junior forward Mor Avi Hanan scored off a free kick with 5:58 left in the second overtime period to lift the third-seeded Boston College menï¿½s soccer team to a 1-0 win over sixth-seeded Clemson in Wednesdayï¿½s ACC quarterfinal match.
11/13/08 - BU Downs UVM in Semis.
BOSTON, Mass. -- With a berth to the America East championship game at stake, both the Vermont and Boston University menï¿½s soccer teams battled hard until the last second, but the Terriers came out the victor with a game-winning score in the 82nd minute to defeat the Catamounts, 2-1, at Nickerson Field Wednesday night.
11/12/08 - Ben Arikian A-10s Best.
After scoring a goal and adding two assists in wins over No. 10 Saint Louis and Charlotte last weekend, UMass men's soccer sophomore midfielder Ben Arikian has been named the Atlantic-10 Co-Player of the Week.
11/12/08 - Ivy League Honors NE Pair.
The Ivy League has named two New England players as its Rookies of the Week: Harvard freshman Melanie Baskind and Dartmouth freshman Lucky Mkosana.
11/11/08 - Three Local Teams in DII Women's Bracket.
Franklin Pierce, Bridgeport and Merrimack were among the 48 teams that qualified for the Division II womenï¿½s soccer tournament.
11/11/08 - SNHU Top Seed in DII Men East Regional.
Southern New Hampshire University earned the top seed in the East Regional of the of the NCAA Division II menï¿½s soccer tournament.
11/11/08 - Williams Heads D3 Women's Field.
New england is well represented in the Division III womenï¿½s soccer tournament, with ten teams from the region qualifying for the 61-team field.
11/11/08 - Nine Local Schools in DIII Men's Tourney.
Nine teams from New England qualified for the 58-team NCAA Division III menï¿½s soccer tournament.
11/11/08 - BC Leads Division One Women's Field.
Boston College leads a field of six New England teams in this yearï¿½s NCAA Division 1 womenï¿½s soccer pairings, announced Monday night.
11/10/08 - UMass Wins Regular Season Crown.
AMHERST, Mass. - Ben Arikian's header in the 48th minute proved the difference maker as the UMass men's soccer team shutout Charlotte, 1-0, at Rudd Field earning the Atlantic 10 Regular Season league title.
11/10/08 - Fairfield Wins MAAC Championship.
Loudonville, N.Y. - The Fairfield University women's soccer team won its seventh Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship with a 3-0 win over top-seeded Loyola College Sunday on Siena Turf Field.
11/10/08 - Notre Dame Wins Big East.
NOTRE DAME, Ind. ï¿½ The No. 1 seeded and undefeated Notre Dame womenï¿½s soccer team beat No. 3 seeded Connecticut, 1-0, in overtime on a cold afternoon at soggy Alumni Field to win the BIG EAST Womenï¿½s Soccer Championship.
11/10/08 - St. Rose Wins NE-10 Title.
Second-seeded Saint Rose captured its second-straight Northeast-10 Conference womenï¿½s soccer tournament title with a 5-3 decision in a penalty kick shootout after playing top-seeded Franklin Pierce to a 1-1 draw Sunday afternoon.
11/9/08 - Friars' Season Comes to End.
The Providence College menï¿½s soccer team fell to No. 3 St. Johns, 1-0, in overtime on Saturday, concluding its season with a 9-7-3 record.
11/9/08 - Harvard Women Ivy League Champs.
Junior defender Lizzy Nichols scored on a penalty kick with nine seconds remaining in the second overtime against Columbia Saturday to lift the Harvard womenï¿½s soccer team to its first Ivy League championship since 1999
11/9/08 - UVM Takes Down Hartford.
BURLINGTON, Vt. ï¿½ The Vermont menï¿½s soccer team advanced to the America East semifinals after beating Hartford, 3-1, at Centennial Field on Saturday.
11/9/08 - BU Women Win America East.
BOSTON ï¿½ The Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team broke a scoreless deadlock with a pair of goals in the span of two minutes midway through the second half and held off a late charge from Stony Brook to capture the America East Championship Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field.
11/8/08 - Franklin Pierce Forfeits Game.
RINDGE, N.H. ï¿½ The Northeast-10 Conference has informed Franklin Pierce University that it must forfeit its advancement from the semifinal round of the NE-10 menï¿½s soccer tournament for inadvertent use of an ineligible player in Wednesdayï¿½s match at Southern New Hampshire University.
11/8/08 - UConn Women in Title Game.
NOTRE DAME, Ind. ï¿½ The No. 3 seeded Connecticut womenï¿½s soccer team advanced to the title game of the BIG EAST Championship, beating West Virginia in penalty kicks, 4-3, after the two clubs battled to a 1-1 draw after two overtimes on Friday.
11/8/08 - Stags Advance to MAAC Title Game.
After a scoreless draw in regulation, the Fairfield women's soccer team advanced to the Championship Game of the MAAC, defeating third-seeded Siena, 5-4, in penalty kicks.
11/8/08 - UMass Clinches A-10 Playoff Berth.
AMHERST, Mass. - Junior midfielder Mark DeSantis ensured UMass would have a chance to defend its Atlantic-10 title, potting home the game-winning goal in the 108th minute of a 2-1 triumph over St. Louis Friday.
11/7/08 - Terriers Grab Top Seed, Awards.
Boston University freshman and Chelsea (Mass.) native Michael Bustamante earned the America East Midfielder and Rookie of the Year honors, becoming just the fourth player in league history to earn multiple end-of-year awards in the same season.
11/7/08 - Stunning Comeback for Franklin Pierce.
The Franklin Pierce womenï¿½s soccer team, the top seed in the Northeast-10 Conference tournament, scored twice in the final four minutes of regulation to stun upset-minded and fourth-seeded Southern Connecticut State University in conference tournament semifinal round action Thursday night.
11/7/08 - Farmington Players Among NAC's Best.
Five University of Maine at Farmington women's soccer players were honored by the North Atlantic Conference Wednesday.
11/6/08 - BC Women Win First ACC Postseason Game.
CARY, N.C. ï¿½ The Boston College womenï¿½s soccer team recorded its first ACC postseason victory since joining the conference in 2005, downing Duke, 1-0, Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the ACC Championship.
11/6/08 - Late Goal Lifts Providence.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. ï¿½ Junior back Bryan Minogue scored his first career goal with 1:23 remaining in the second half to lead the Providence College menï¿½s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Villanova in the BIG EAST Championship First round Wednesday afternoon at Glay Field.
11/6/08 - Akpan Ties Record in Crimson Win.
ORONO, Maine ï¿½ All-American forward Andre Akpan tied the Crimson career assist record and added a goal of his own, as the 29th-ranked Harvard menï¿½s soccer team earned a 2-0 shutout victory at Maine Wednesday afternoon.
11/6/08 - Wheaton Men Upset Clark.
WORCESTER, Mass. -- Freshman midfielder Pablo Mena scored his first collegiate goal in the 49th minute to lift sixth-seed Wheaton College men's soccer team to an upset victory over third-seed Clark University in a New England Womenï¿½s and Menï¿½s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) quarterfinal round game Wednesday night at Granger Field.
11/5/08 - ACC Accolades for BC Women.
CHESTNUT HILL, MA ï¿½ The Boston College womenï¿½s soccer team had three players make the All-ACC Second Team and three more on the All-ACC Freshmen team in awards announced by the conference Tuesday.
11/5/08 - Mass Native Sends Dartmouth to Win.
HANOVER, N.H.- Norwell (Mass.) native Andrew Olsen scored the game-winner in overtime to push the Dartmouth men's soccer team to a critical 2-1 win over New Hampshire Tuesday night.
11/4/08 - Brito Wins Third POTW Award.
HAMDEN, Conn. ï¿½ Quinnipiac menï¿½s soccer forward Graciano Brito was named the Brine/Northeast Conference Player of the Week for the third time this season, as announced by the conference Monday.
11/4/08 - Fairfield Players Recognized.
Fairfield University womenï¿½s soccer players Ahna Johnson and Jasmin Corniel were recognized by the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Monday, earning Offensive Player of the Week and Rookie of the Week accolades, respectively.
11/4/08 - Dartmouth, UVM Rookies Honored.
Two local menï¿½s soccer freshmen were honored for their sensational play last week. Dartmouth forward Maarten van Ess was named the Ivy League Co-Rookie of the Week, while Lukas Petersen of Vermont snared the America East Rookie of the Week.
11/3/08 - Terriers Advance to Title Game.
BOSTON ï¿½ Senior Marisha Schumacher-Hodgeï¿½s goal in the 55th minute helped the Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team break a program record with eight straight victories after its 1-0 triumph over Maine in the America East semifinals Sunday.
11/3/08 - CCSu Ends Quinnipiac's Season.
HAMDEN, Conn. ï¿½ The Central Connecticut womenï¿½s soccer team scored a first half goal and held on for a 1-0 win over Quinnipiac on Sunday afternoon.
11/3/08 - Williams Women Take Care of Colby.
Defending NESCAC champions and top-seeded Williams College took care of business against eighth-seeded Colby Sunday afternoon in the opening round of the conference tournament, dealing the Mules a 4-0 defeat.
11/3/08 - Freshman Leads No. 13 BC.
CHESTNUT HILL, MA ï¿½ Freshman Julia Bouchelle scored her seventh goal of the season to lead the No. 13 Boston College womenï¿½s soccer team past Clemson, 1-0, at the Newton Soccer Field on Sunday afternoon.
11/2/08 - Friars Explode Against Pitt.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The Providence College men's soccer team scored three second-half and defeated Pittsburgh, 3-0, Saturday afternoon in a pivotal BIG EAST match at Glay Field.
11/2/08 - Dartmouth, Harvard Battle It Out.
HANOVER, N.H. ï¿½ Longtime Ivy League foes Dartmouth and Harvard hooked up this week, with the Dartmouth men taking away a physical 1-0 victory and the two womenï¿½s sides ending in a 1-1 draw.
11/1/08 - Rare Home Loss for Minutewomen.
AMHERST, Mass. ï¿½ St. Louis scored a goal in each half and the UMass womenï¿½s soccer team lost at home for the first time in over a year, falling 2-0 to the Atlantic-10 foe Friday.
11/1/08 - CCSU Gets First NEC Win.
A Robert Cavener header in the seventh minute gave Central Connecticut State its first conference victory of the season, 1-0 win over St. Francis (PA) in NEC menï¿½s soccer action Friday.
10/31/08 - NH Teams Square Off in NE-10.
A matchup of two New Hampshire schools headlines the opening round of this yearï¿½s Northeast-10 womenï¿½s soccer championships.
10/31/08 - Maine Women Advance on Penalties.
University of Maine keeper Jasmine Phillips did it all Thursday afternoon.
10/30/08 - BU Leads America East Awards.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Boston University, the America East regular-season champion in womenï¿½s soccer, took home three of the six major postseason awards, which were determined in a vote by the leagueï¿½s head coaches on Wednesday.
10/30/08 - PK Gives Yale Win Over CCSU.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Entering Wednesday's game with Central Connecticut, Yale hadn't been awarded a penalty kick all season. Head coach Rudy Meredith had become so frustrated with the situation he had his team stop practicing them.
10/30/08 - Local Women Win Weekly Awards.
Four New England-based womenï¿½s soccer players recently earned weekly honors in their respective conferences this week.
10/29/08 - Holy Cross Beats BC in OT.
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. ï¿½ Junior midfielder Ryan Oï¿½Hanlon scored the game winning goal in the 105th minute, leading the Holy Cross menï¿½s soccer team to a 1-0 double overtime victory over No. 19 Boston College on Tuesday.
10/29/08 - Harvard Wins Sixth Straight.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ John Stamatis and Michael Fucito each contributed a goal and an assist and the No. 17 Harvard menï¿½s soccer team won its sixth straight game, this one a 3-1 triumph over Providence on Tuesday.
10/28/08 - Area Men Earn Weekly Honors.
Vermont's Drew Smalley was named America East Player of Rookie of the Week after leading the Catamounts to a key win and UConnï¿½s Josh Ford was picked as Goalkeeper of the Week in the BIG EAST after notching his 10th shutout.
10/28/08 - Honors for Franklin Pierce Pair.
Franklin Pierce University All-American Gabriela Demoner was named the Northeast-10 Conferenceï¿½s womenï¿½s soccer Player of the Week.
10/28/08 - Dartmouth's Mkosana Ivys Top Rookie.
Dartmouth men's soccer freshman Lucky Mkosana was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week for the third time this season.
10/27/08 - Quinnipiac Topples Central Conn..
HAMDEN, Conn. ï¿½ Graciano Brito scored two goals and the Quinnipiac University menï¿½s soccer team defeated Central Connecticut State University, 3-1, Sunday afternoon
10/27/08 - UMass Helps Koch Achieve Milestone.
AMHERST, Mass. ï¿½ Goals from Stuart Thomson and Prince Ofosu helped UMass coach Sam Koch earn his 250th career victory in the Minutemenï¿½s 2-0 win over George Washington on Sunday.
10/26/08 - Elms Wins Key NECC Encounter.
Elms College junior forward and Westfield (Mass.) native Serina Percoski netted her seventh goal of the season and freshman keeper Kelly Callahan (Monson, Mass.) stopped four shots to lead the Blazers to a thrilling 1-0 win over Lesley University in Saturdayï¿½s New England Collegiate Conference womenï¿½s soccer showdown.
10/26/08 - Husson Women Win Maine Battle.
The Husson University womenï¿½s soccer team completed an undefeated North Atlantic Conference campaign with Saturdayï¿½s 2-0 win over the University of Maine at Farmington.
10/26/08 - Franklin Peirce Nips Merrimack.
Franklin Pierce University, ranked 15th in this weekï¿½s NSCAA/adidas Division II poll, is just a win away from claiming its sixth Northeast-10 Conference regular season championship after notching a 1-0 victory over No. 21 Merrimack College on Saturday.
10/25/08 - UMass Battles Back vs. Richmond.
The UMass menï¿½s soccer team was able to fight back from a 1-0 deficit and score two goals in the game's final 11:40 to come away victors in a 2-1 decision over Richmond Fridat afternoon at Rudd Field.
10/25/08 - Quinnipiac Rolls Over FDU.
The Quinnipiac University womenï¿½s soccer team defeated Fairleigh Dickinson, 4-1, Friday afternoon.
10/24/08 - BU Women Win League Crown.
The Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team (12-5-1, 7-0 AE) clinched the America East regular season crown outright with a 2-1 victory at UMBC (2-16-0, 1-6 AE) on Thursday afternoon.
10/24/08 - Maine Women in AE Playoffs.
The University of Maine women's soccer defeated New Hampshire, 1-0, Thursday afternoon. With the win, the Black Bears clinch a spot in the America East playoffs.
10/23/08 - NH Men's Teams Draw Even.
Fourth-ranked Southern New Hampshire University and Saint Anselm College played to a 0-0 tie in Northeast-10 menï¿½s soccer Wednesday afternoon at Saint Anselmï¿½s Melucci Field.
10/23/08 - Hartford Women Shut Out Bryant.
The University of Hartford womenï¿½s soccer team closed out the non-conference portion of its schedule with a 3-0 win over Bryant University Wednesday evening.
10/23/08 - Vermont Battles BU to Draw.
BOSTON ï¿½ It was the Tale of Two Halves in the 1-1 tie between Boston University and Vermont in the America East men's soccer battle Wednesday night at Nickerson Field.
10/22/08 - Holy Cross Player Recognized.
WORCESTER, Mass. ï¿½ Holy Cross menï¿½s soccer forward Kyle Miller was named the Patriot Leagueï¿½s Offensive Player of the Week for his hat trick in the Crusadersï¿½ win over the weekend.
10/22/08 - Akpan Leads Harvard Past Crusaders.
WORCESTER, Mass. ï¿½ Andre Akpan tallied two goals and collected an assist and John Stamatis earned two helpers to guide the No. 22 Harvard menï¿½s soccer team to a 3-0 victory at Holy Cross on a cold, drizzly Tuesday evening.
10/21/08 - Crimson Nearly Sweep Weeklies.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ The Harvard menï¿½s soccer team nearly swept the Ivy League weekly awards, earning three of the four honors announced Monday.
10/21/08 - Big Green Goalkeeper Peaks.
PRINCETON, N.J. ï¿½ Dartmouth women's soccer senior goalkeeper Laurel Peak earned the Ivy League Player of the Week for her role in two shutout wins.
10/21/08 - Three Locals Capture AE Awards.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ Maine's Alex Rickett was named America East menï¿½s soccer Co-Player of the Week while Boston University's Farrell McClernon and Vermont's Lexi Kaknes were anointed America East women's soccer Co-Players of the Week after each led their respective team to key wins last week.
10/20/08 - Brito Leads Quinnipiac to Victory.
HAMDEN, Conn. ï¿½ Graciano Brito scored a goal and recorded an assist and Freddy Hall earned his fourth shutout in the Quinnipiac University menï¿½s soccer 2-0 victory over Sacred Heart Sunday.
10/20/08 - BU Women Ruling America East.
Junior Mara Osher netted the game-winning goal and senior Marisha Schumacher-Hodge added an insurance tally, as the Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team shut out Stony Brook, 2-0, on Sunday afternoon at Nickerson Field.
10/20/08 - Vermont and Maine Stay Tied.
ORONO, Maine - The Vermont Catamounts and Maine Black Bears played to a 1-1 draw after 110 minutes of action in an America East women's soccer match on Sunday afternoon.
10/19/08 - Harvard Takes Care of Brown.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The visiting Harvard soccer teams took advantage of Ivy League rival Brown on Saturday, with the womenï¿½s side coming away with a 3-0 shutout and the men prevailing, 4-1, on the Brown Bears home turf.
10/19/08 - Young Dorman Nets Win for BU.
DURHAM, New Hampshire - Richy Dorman, the brother of former Rev Andy Dorman, scored his first career goal in the 88th minute to lead the Boston University menï¿½s soccer team to its fourth straight win and third on the road, a 2-1 victory over New Hampshire on Saturday afternoon at Lewis Field.
10/18/08 - Northeastern Beats Georgia State.
The Northeastern womenï¿½s soccer team defeated Georgia State, 3-0 on Friday at Parsons Field.
10/18/08 - Fairfield Teams Enjoy Victories.
The Fairfield soccer teams enjoyed identical 1-0 victories on Friday. The men downed Saint Peterï¿½s on a late second half goal while the women needed overtime to beat Marist.
10/18/08 - Sacred Heart Downs Central Conn..
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. ï¿½ Connecticut native Jason Tessitore scored and Matt Jones made six saves in goal to give Sacred Heart its first Northeast Conference victory of the season, a 2-1 win over Central Connecticut on Friday.
10/18/08 - UConn Women Shut Out DePaul.
STORRS, Conn. ï¿½ The UConn womenï¿½s soccer team scored in the first five minutes and never let up, ousting visiting DePaul, 3-0, on Friday.
10/17/08 - First League Win for UVM Women.
BURLINGTON, Vt. - Senior Lexie Kaknes scored twice and added an assist to lead the Vermont womenï¿½s soccer team to a 5-0 shutout win over visiting UMBC at Centennial Field on Thursday afternoon.
10/16/08 - Terriers Win Third Straight.
ORONO, Maine - Junior Shaun Taylor scored the lone goal in the eighth minute to lead the Boston University menï¿½s soccer team to its third straight win, a 1-0 victory over Maine on Wednesday afternoon at Alumni Field.
10/16/08 - White Leads UConn by Dartmouth.
STORRS, Conn. ï¿½ Defending Hermann Trophy winner Oï¿½Brian White scored twice to lead the No. 20 UConn menï¿½s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Dartmouth Wednesday night.
10/15/08 - BC Beats Buzzer, Yale.
Sophomore Jeremiah Gallington connected from just inside the 18-yard box into the left-side netting as the buzzer signaled the end of regulation to lift Boston College to a 2-1 non-conference victory over Yale on Tuesday night.
10/14/08 - Providence Players Recognized.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. ï¿½ Two Providence College juniors and Massachusetts natives were honored with BIG EAST weekly awards for their play last week.
10/14/08 - America East Honors Five Locals.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ Five area players were recognized by the America East after impressive performances last week.
10/13/08 - Sheehan Gives Wildcats Win.
DURHAM, N.H. - Michelle Sheehan scored an unassisted goal in the 87th minute to break a 2-2 tie and lift the New Hampshire Wildcats past visiting Vermont, 3-2, in America East women's soccer action on Sunday afternoon.
10/13/08 - URI Beats UMass in Atlantic-10 Opener.
KINGSTON, R.I. - Rhode Island sophomore Dwayne Williams scored his second goal of the season to lift the Rams to a 1-0 victory over UMass in the Atlantic 10 opener for both teams on Sunday afternoon at the URI Soccer Complex.
10/12/08 - Hartford Wins Thirs Straight.
WEST HARTFORD, CONN ï¿½ The University of Hartford menï¿½s soccer team remains undefeated in the America East after defeating Maine 2-0 on Saturday night at Al-Marzook Field.
10/12/08 - Dartmouth Gets By Yale.
HANOVER, N.H ï¿½ Dartmouth senior Craig Henderson headed home an Andrew Olsen ball that proved to be the game-winner in the Big Green's 1-0 victory over Yale Saturday.
10/11/08 - Quinnipiac Has Mixed Results.
The Quinnipiac soccer teams had differing results on Friday, with the menï¿½s team coming away with a 3-0 victory at Long Island University and the womenï¿½s side dropping a 2-1 decision at home to Monmouth.
10/9/08 - UNH Takes Care of Maine.
DURHAM, N.H. ï¿½ A second-half goal from Chris Banks led the Hew Hampshire menï¿½s soccer team to a 1-0 win over Maine Wednesday night.
10/9/08 - Vermont Holds Off Dartmouth.
BURLINGTON, Vt. -- Goals by Connor Tobin and Patrick Alonis and a sturdy defensive effort allowed Vermont to hold off Dartmouth, 2-1, in men's soccer action Wednesday afternoon at Centennial Field.
10/9/08 - Providence Downs Connecticut.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Sophomore Matt Marcinï¿½s strike in the 35th minute proved to be the difference as the Providence College menï¿½s soccer team defeated No. 13/11 Connecticut, 1-0, Wednesday afternoon in a BIG EAST match at Glay Field.
10/8/08 - Rookies Earn League Awards.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.ï¿½ Great goalkeeping and timely scoring earned two local freshman conference honors this week.
10/8/08 - Assumption Women Topple SNHU.
Tina Gillen scored twice in the second half to lead Assumption College to a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over No. 18 Southern New Hampshire University in Northeast-10 womenï¿½s soccer Tuesday night.
10/8/08 - No. 1 Wake Forest Beats UMass.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. ï¿½ The No. 1 ranked Wake Forest menï¿½s soccer team used a pair of goals in both halves to defeat the UMass men's soccer team 2-0 on Tuesday night at Spry Stadium.
10/7/08 - Hartford's Aldred League's Best.
University of Hartford senior Lauren Aldred was named the America East womenï¿½s soccer Player of the Week on Monday.
10/7/08 - Quinnipiac Sweeps NEC Honors.
HAMDEN, Conn. ï¿½ Quinnipiac swept the Northeast Conference awards this week as freshman Furtuna Velaj was named the womenï¿½s soccer Player of the Week and senior midfielder Graciano Brito was named the Player of the Week on the menï¿½s side.
10/6/08 - Williams Women Run Past Union.
Gabrielle Woodsonï¿½s four goal effort propelled Williams (8-0) past a pesky Union squad (7-2) Sunday afternoon, 5-1.
10/6/08 - Brown Tops Ivy For Columbia.
PROVIDENCE ï¿½ Senior Rhett Bernstein scored his fourth consecutive game-winning goal and the Brown menï¿½s soccer team earned a 2-1 victory over Columbia Saturday in its first Ivy League contest of the season.
10/6/08 - Terriers Throttle Catamounts.
BOSTON - In its best offensive outing of the season, the Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team shut out Vermont, 4-0, on Sunday afternoon at Centennial Field.
10/5/08 - Brown Tops Ivy Foe Columbia.
PROVIDENCE ï¿½ Senior Rhett Bernstein scored his fourth consecutive game-winning goal and the Brown menï¿½s soccer team earned a 2-1 victory over Columbia Saturday in its first Ivy League contest of the season.
10/5/08 - River Hawks Sweep Bentley.
Senior Jamie Wangia scored off two corner kicks ï¿½ including the game-winner in the 68th minute ï¿½ to lead the UMass Lowell menï¿½s soccer team over Bentley, 3-2, Saturday afternoon in a Northeast-10 Conference menï¿½s soccer clash in Waltham.
10/5/08 - Harvard women Top Rival Yale.
CAMBRIDGE -- Freshman Melanie Baskind scored the game-winning goal and added two assists as the Harvard womenï¿½s soccer team defeated archrival Yale, 3-1, on a cool, breezy Saturday afternoon at Ohiri Field.
10/4/08 - UConn Falls to West Virginia.
STORRS, Conn. ï¿½ The UConn menï¿½s soccer team fell to West Virginia, 1-0, after surrendering a first-half goal Friday night at Joseph Morrone Stadium.
10/4/08 - Duke Drops BC in OT.
NEWTON, Mass. ï¿½ Duke forward Mike Grella broke a scoreless tie in the 102nd minute to lead the Blue Devils to a 1-0 victory over Boston College in ACC soccer action Friday night at the Newton Soccer Complex.
10/3/08 - Phillips Leads Maine Women.
The University of Maine womenï¿½s soccer team defeated the University at Albany by the score of 1-0 on Thursday evening at Alumni Field in Orono.
10/3/08 - Hartford Women Shut Down UVM.
The University of Hartford womenï¿½s soccer team picked up its first conference victory of the season on Thursday afternoon with a 2-0 win over the University of Vermont.
10/3/08 - Eagles Blow Past Miami.
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. ï¿½ Four different goal scorers led the No. 12 Boston College women's soccer team to a 4-1 victory over Miami in ACC soccer action Thursday night at the Newton Soccer Field.
10/2/08 - Central Conn. Thumps Bryant.
Sophomore Christopher Brown scored three goals and senior captain Yan Klukowski added one goal and two assists to lead the Central Connecticut men's soccer team to a 5-0 win over Bryant Wednesday afternoon at the CCSU Soccer Field.
10/2/08 - Brown Women Handle Holy Cross.
Holy Cross senior co-captain Casey Boland scored an unassisted goal to give the Crusaders an early 1-0 lead against Brown Wednesday night, but the Bears came back with four unanswered to take a 4-1 win in the non-conference match-up.
10/2/08 - FP Women Cruise Past St. Anselm.
Franklin Pierce University scored three times in the first 30 minutes and never looked back in a 4-0 victory over Saint Anselm College in Northeast-10 womenï¿½s soccer action Wednesday night.
10/1/08 - Gagne, Lasell Shine Last Week.
After netting four goals and an assist in two wins for Lasell College last week, Zach Gagne was named the GNAC Player of the Week.
10/1/08 - Terriers Score Five; Rout Harvard.
BOSTON - The Boston University menï¿½s soccer team scored early and often and with two goals from junior Shaun Taylor, recorded the Terriersï¿½ largest margin of victory ever against Harvard with a 5-1 win on Tuesday night at Nickerson Field.
9/30/08 - Rookies Shine Across New England.
From various womenï¿½s soccer conferences throughout New England, three area freshmen came home with Rookie of the Week honors for their outstanding efforts last week.
9/30/08 - NU's Napoli Named Player of the Week.
Northeastern womenï¿½s soccer freshman Veronica Napoli was named the CAA Player of the Week and Co-Rookie of the Week, the conference announced Monday.
9/30/08 - Franklin Pierce Dup Racks Up Awards.
Two members of the defending D-II Champion Franklin Pierce University menï¿½s soccer team swept the Northeast-10 Conferenceï¿½s weekly menï¿½s soccer awards, announced Monday afternoon.
9/30/08 - America East Honors for New Englanders.
The America East conference announced Monday that Shaunna Kaplan, a junior forward on the University of New Hampshire womenï¿½s soccer team, has been named America East womenï¿½s soccer Player of the Week for the week ending Sept. 28.
9/29/08 - Brown Women Nip Dartmouth.
The Dartmouth women's soccer team threw everything it had at Brown Sunday afternoon, but the Bears clamped down defensively for a 1-0 win over the Big Green, their first in 13 years.
9/29/08 - Rhode Island Heads Past Hartford.
AMHERST, Mass. - Rhode Island freshman Erkko Puranen netted his team-leading fourth goal of the season in overtime to lead the Rams over Hartford, 1-0, Sunday afternoon at the UMass Invitational.
9/29/08 - Blue Devils Battle Back.
The Central Connecticut menï¿½s soccer team rallied from a 2-0 second-half deficit to defeat Siena, 3-2, on a game winning header by captain David Tyrie in the first overtime.
9/28/08 - So. Conn. Aces Bentley.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Senior Igor Santosï¿½s goal in the 87th minute broke a 1-1 tie between the Bentley and Southern Connecticut menï¿½s soccer teams and gave the host Owls a 2-1 win Saturday night.
9/28/08 - Maine Maritime, Johnson St. Split.
The Johnson State (Vt.) College menï¿½s soccer team moved to 6-3 overall on the season, and 2-0 in North Atlantic Conference play, with a 1-0 shutout of visiting Maine Maritime Academy Saturday.
9/27/08 - Hawks Soar Against Minutmen.
AMHERST, Mass. - In a rain-soaked game one of the UMass Classic, visiting Hartford scored 28 seconds into the second overtime period to pull off a 1-0 win over the UMass men's soccer team.
9/27/08 - St. John's Takes Down UConn.
QUEENS, N.Y. - Two second-half goals lifted No. 4 St. John's over No. 5 UConn, 3-1, in BIG EAST menï¿½s soccer action at Belson Stadium Friday night.
9/26/08 - Dartmouth Women Top UNH in OT.
Dartmouth freshman Aly O'Dea continued her hot streak with her second straight overtime game-winner as the Big Green took a 2-1 win over New Hampshire in double-overtime Thursday night.
9/26/08 - BC Women Tie Duke.
DURHAM, N.C. -- The No. 15 Boston College womenï¿½s team opened ACC action Thursday with a 0-0 tie against No. 10 Duke at Koskinen Stadium.
9/25/08 - Bedoya Named Player of the Week.
Boston College senior Alejandro Bedoya was named the NSCAA menï¿½s soccer Player for the Week for the week ending Sept. 23, the selection committee announced Wednesday.
9/25/08 - McClernon Sends BU to Win.
BOSTON - Junior Farrell McClernonï¿½s goal in the 77th minute broke a scoreless deadlock and lifted the Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Brown on Wednesday evening at Nickerson Field.
9/24/08 - Three Straight Shutouts for NU.
BROOKLINE, Mass. ï¿½ The Northeastern menï¿½s soccer team recorded its third straight shutout, downing Boston University, 1-0, Tuesday and snapping BUï¿½s three-game unbeaten streak in the process.
9/24/08 - Bench Sparks Yale Victory.
HAMDEN, Conn. ï¿½ With a number of players out with nagging injuries or illness, the Yale men's soccer team needed someone to step up in Tuesday's game with Quinnipiac. Senior Liam Leonard was happy to oblige.
9/24/08 - Brown Beats No. 13 BC.
Newton, Mass. ï¿½ Brown senior Rhett Bernstein knocked a loose ball inside the 18-yard box into the net for the gameï¿½s only goal as Brown defeated No. 13 Boston College, 1-0, in non-league action before 482 fans at the Newton Campus Soccer Complex.
9/24/08 - Big Guns Lead Harvard Past UNH.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ The big guns were firing for the Harvard menï¿½s soccer team Tuesday.
9/23/08 - CCSU's Klukowski Honored by NEC.
Central Connecticut State menï¿½s soccer captain Yan Klukowski was tabbed Brine/NEC Player of the Week for his performances in CCSU's victories over Marist and Manhattan last week.
9/23/08 - High Five for Qunnipiac's Velaj.
Furtuna Velaj (Stamford, Conn.) scored five of Quinnipiacï¿½s six goals as the womenï¿½s soccer team shut down New Jersey Institute of Technology, 6-0, on Sunday.
9/23/08 - UVM Drops Close One to Colgate.
BURLINGTON, Vt. -- Steven Miller's second half goal snapped a 1-1 deadlock to lift Colgate to a 2-1 win over Vermont Monday afternoon in menï¿½s soccer action at Centennial Field.
9/22/08 - White Leads Huskies to Late Win.
STORRS, Conn. ï¿½ O'Brian White found the back of the net in the 87th minute to lead the No. 4/5 University of Connecticut men's soccer team over BIG EAST opponent Cincinnati 2-1 in conference action Sunday at Morrone Stadium.
9/22/08 - Hartford Women Settle for Draw.
The University of Hartford womenï¿½s soccer team played to a 1-1 draw against Colgate University Sunday afternoon at Alumni Stadium.
9/22/08 - Fairfield, UConn Women Tie.
The Fairfield University womenï¿½s soccer team scored two second-half goals to earn a 2-2 draw with visiting UConn on Lessing Field in Fairfield Sunday afternoon.
9/22/08 - Lady Terriers Hang Tough.
The Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team fell to host Minnesota, 1-0, Sunday afternoon on the final day of the Minnesota Gold Classic.
9/21/08 - UNH Beats UMass; Stays Unbeaten.
DURHAM, N.H. ï¿½ Trailing, 1-0, the New Hampshire menï¿½s soccer team scored two unanswered goals to defeat UMass, 2-1, on Saturday and remain undefeated on the season at 5-0-1
9/20/08 - Bedoya Leads BC to Big Win.
NEWTON, Mass. ï¿½ Senior Alejandro Bedoya scored his first three goals of the season to lead No. 16 Boston College to a 4-1 thrashing over No. 7 North Carolina in front of 1,353 fans at the Newton Campus Soccer Complex.
9/20/08 - UConn Teams Win Big East Openers.
STORRS, Conn. ï¿½ The University of Connecticut soccer teams kicked of its respective Big East Conference schedules with 1-0 wins on Friday.
9/20/08 - Stags Defeat Holy Cross.
Friday nightï¿½s womenï¿½s soccer match between Fairfield University and Holy Cross saw two teams continue to head in opposite directions.
9/20/08 - Moylan Earns First International Cap.
University of New Haven senior captain Selina Moylan earned her first international cap for the Republic of Ireland womenï¿½s soccer team, coming on as a substitute in the 82nd minute against the United States in the Americansï¿½ 1-0 win Wednesday night at Giants Stadium.
9/19/08 - Dartmouth Hands Maine First Loss.
ORONO, Maine. - Nearly two years since the last time she scored a goal, Dartmouth senior Becky Poskin made her comeback official when she hammered home the game-winner with 51 seconds left in double-overtime to send the Big Green womenï¿½s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Maine Thursday.
9/18/08 - Rhodey Tops Harvard in OT.
KINGSTON, R.I. -- Erkko Puranen scored on a breakaway ï¿½ the first shot of overtime ï¿½ to lift Rhode Island to a 1-0 extra session win over Harvard Wednesday night.
9/18/08 - Brown Lifts CCSU Past Marist.
Sophomore Christopher Brown scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another to lift the Central Connecticut men's soccer team past Marist, 3-1, on Wednesday.
9/18/08 - Late Goals Lead URI by Vermont.
A pair of late goals in the final 20 minutes put the University of Rhode Island womenï¿½s soccer team past visiting Vermont, 2-0, Wednesday night at the URI Soccer Complex in Kingston.
9/17/08 - Bryant Drops Two on Tuesday.
Both Bryant soccer teams traveled for away games Tuesday night and both came away with losses.
9/16/08 - Local Men's Players Recognized.
Big weekends for local menï¿½s soccer programs translated into a slew of conference weekly honors for New England players.
9/16/08 - Awards Galore for Fairfield Women.
The Fairfield University womenï¿½s soccer team posted a 3-0 week to improve to 6-1 on the year, and move to fourth in the NSCAA/adidas Northeast Region poll.
9/15/08 - Big Second Half Lifts Harvard Past Vermont.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ Three second-half goals propelled the Harvard menï¿½s soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Vermont Sunday at Ohiri Field.
9/15/08 - OT Header Sends UMass Past HC.
AMHERST, MASS. - Senior Vanessa Patry headed in a corner kick at the start of the second overtime to capture a 2-1 victory for the UMass women's soccer team over Holy Cross on Sunday afternoon at Rudd Field.
9/15/08 - Terriers Trounce Rhode Island.
BOSTON ï¿½ Tom Strackhouse scored two goals in 65 seconds and the Boston University menï¿½s soccer team defeated Rhode Island, 4-0, to earn its first victory of the season Sunday afternoon at Nickerson Field.
9/15/08 - Brown Women Do It Again.
Junior tri-captain Brenna Hogue (Concord, CA) turned in another spectacular performance in net to help lead the Brown womenï¿½s soccer team (2-1-1) to a 0-0 tie against No. 1 ranked UCLA (5-0-1) in the Bearsï¿½ second game of the UConn Classic.
9/15/08 - Dambrosio Earns 100th Win with ECSU Women.
The Eastern Connecticut State University womenï¿½s soccer team scored twice in a span of eight minutes early in the second half and went on to a 4-0 non-conference victory over Johnson and Wales University Sunday afternoon at Thomas Nevers Field in Willimantic, Conn.
9/14/08 - PC Takes Down No. 20 Georgetown.
ENCE, R.I. - Sophomore Michael Pereira scored in the 82nd minute to lift the 25th-ranked Providence College menï¿½s soccer team to a 1-0 victory over No. 20 Georgetown Saturday afternoon in the BIG EAST opener for both PCï¿½s Glay Field.
9/13/08 - CCSU Splits Friday Games.
Central Connecticutï¿½s Leah Blayney and Rachel Caneen each scored a goal and tallied an assist to lead the Blue Devils in a 2-0 victory over Holy Cross Friday evening at the CCSU Soccer Stadium in New Britain.
9/13/08 - Fla. Tech Upsets Franklin Pierce Women.
Melboure, Fla. -- Florida Institute of Technology scored 5:28 into overtime Friday to claim a 3-2 victory over Franklin Pierce University, ranked No. 4 in this weekï¿½s NSCAA/adidas Division II poll, in non-conference womenï¿½s soccer action at Rick Stottler Field.
9/13/08 - BC Opens ACC with Loss to Maryland.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland senior Graham Zusi netted the gameï¿½s only goal in the 11th minute to lead the No. 8 Terps to a 1-0 victory over No. 9 Boston College in the Atlantic Coast Conference season opener for both teams before 2,750 fans at Ludwig Field.
9/13/08 - Ireland Women Call Up Moylan.
New Haven senior Selina Moylan was called up by the Republic of Ireland National team to play against the United States of America in Giants Stadium Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
9/13/08 - Brown Upsets No. 11 Penn. St..
STORRS, CT - Freshman Sarah Hebert-Seropian's first career goal with 58 seconds left in the first overtime lifted the Brown women's soccer team to a thrilling 1-0 upset of No. 11 Penn State on Friday.
9/12/08 - Friars Snare Dramtic Victory.
WEST HARTFORD, CT ï¿½ The Providence College womenï¿½s soccer team scored two goals in the final six minutes of regulation to steal a 2-1 victory over the University of Hartford on Thursday night at Alumni Stadium.
9/11/08 - Harvard Shuts Out New Hampshire.
DURHAM, N.H. ï¿½ Laura Dale made nine saves for her first career victory and shutout to lead the Harvard womenï¿½s soccer team past host New Hampshire, 1-0, in a non-conference matchup at Bremner Field Wednesday evening.
9/11/08 - Brandeis Sweeps Babson.
WALTHAM, Mass. -- Senior forward Ben Premo (Florence, Mass.) tallied a goal and an assist in the final five minutes to lead the Brandeis University men's soccer team past visiting Babson College, 3-1, on Gordon Field Wednesday night.
9/10/08 - Hartford Draws with CCSU.
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. ï¿½ The University of Hartford menï¿½s soccer team battled their way to a 1-1 draw against Central Connecticut State University Tuesday evening at Alumni Stadium at Al-Marzook Field.
9/10/08 - Holy Cross Upends Sacred Heart.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. ï¿½ Freshman Ryan Hall scored the game-winning goal in his first collegiate appearance as the Holy Cross menï¿½s soccer team defeated Sacred Heart, 1-0, Tuesday afternoon.
9/10/08 - SNHU Women Blank St. Michael's.
Senior Sophia Saint Paul (Brockton, Mass.) scored with just over 16 minutes to play in the first half and classmate Stef Young (Natick, Mass.) made four saves en route to her first shutout of the season as the Southern New Hampshire University womenï¿½s soccer team posted a 1-0 victory over Saint Michaelï¿½s College Tuesday afternoon in Northeast-10 action.
9/9/08 - Monday's Div. III Roundup.
Kim Rodgers (Derby, Conn.) and Lindsay LaCourse (Scarborough, Maine) each scored a goal while keeper Victoria Fernandes (Randolph, Mass.) notched her first shutout of the season in the Wheelock College womenï¿½s soccer teamï¿½s 2-0 win over Regis at Pine Manor College Monday afternoon.
9/9/08 - Bentley's Boyd NE-10 Player of the Week.
Bentley College junior forward and Holliston, Mass., native Cheryl Boyd has been named the Northeast-10 womenï¿½s soccer player of the week.
9/9/08 - America East Honors BU Pair.
Boston University senior keeper Hrafn Davidsson and freshman midfielder Jessica Luscinski (Bedford, N.H.) were named America East menï¿½s Player of the Week and womenï¿½s Rookie of the Week, respectively.
9/8/08 - Terrier Women Trump UConn.
STORRS, Conn. ï¿½ Freshman Jessica Luscinski scored her first collegiate goal and the Boston University women's soccer team claimed a 1-0 triumph over No. 19 Connecticut on Sunday afternoon at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium.
9/8/08 - Dartmouth Stuns No. 6 Indiana.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. ï¿½ A day after a hard-luck 2-1 loss to No. 8 Notre Dame that was decided on a last-second goal, the Dartmouth menï¿½s soccer team took out its frustrations on the 6th-ranked team in the country, stunning Indiana, 4-0, Sunday at the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament.
9/8/08 - Fairfield Wins Third Straight.
The Fairfield University womenï¿½s soccer team earned its third consecutive win, defeating visiting Seton Hall University 2-0 on Lessing Field Sunday evening.
9/7/08 - Holy Cross Ties Providence.
WORCESTER, Mass. - Sophomore midfielder Tom Wilhelm scored in the 83rd minute and the Holy Cross men's soccer team tied Providence, 1-1, in double overtime Friday night at the Linda Johnson Smith Soccer Stadium.
9/6/08 - Kerr Triumphs Over Old Team.
DURHAM, N.C. ï¿½ Against the team he coached for nine season, Duke coach John Kerr must have felt a little strange not celebrating after a goal from Michael Fucito.
9/6/08 - Eagles Soar By Villanova.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. ï¿½ Greg Oï¿½Neil sure picked a good time to score his first collegiate goal.
9/6/08 - Tough Night for Ivy League Women.
Yale, Harvard and Brown all opened their season with a loss Friday night.
9/5/08 - Minutewomen Tie Wildcats.
AMHERST, MASS. ï¿½ With the help of two goals from senior co-captain Vanessa Patry, the UMass womenï¿½s soccer team opened its home schedule with a 2-2 draw against New Hampshire on Thursday afternoon on Rudd Field.
9/5/08 - Friars Defeat Holy Cross.
PROVIDENCE, R.I.ï¿½ ï¿½ The Providence College womenï¿½s soccer team remained undefeated after downing Holy Cross, 3-0, Thursday night at Glay Field.
9/4/08 - Own Goal Benefits UConn.
STORRS, Conn. - The No. 3 University of Connecticut men's soccer team took advantage of an own goal to get by Stony Brook, 1-0, Wednesday night at Joseph J. Marrone Stadium.
9/4/08 - America East Weekly Awards.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- University of Maine's Jasmine Phillips and University of Vermont's Emily Perrin have been named America East Player and Rookie of the Week, respectively, in women's soccer for the week ending September 1.
9/3/08 - CCSU Takes Care of Holy Cross.
Sophomore Robert Cavener scored the game winning goal in the 79th minute of play to vault Central Connecticut State past Holy Cross, 1-0, in men's soccer action Tuesday night.
9/2/08 - Providence Upsets No. 4 Lousiville.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Sophomore Nick Cianci scored in the 16th minute to lead the Providence College menï¿½s soccer team to a 1-0 upset victory over fourth-ranked Boston College Monday afternoon at Glay Field.
9/2/08 - Central Conn Downs UNH.
Junior Rachel Caneen scored her first goal of the season to lead the Central Connecticut women's soccer team to a 1-0 victory over the University of New Hampshire on Sunday.
9/2/08 - UMass Battles Back vs. Terriers.
BOSTON - In front of a Boston University school-record 5,935 fans at Nickerson Field, the No. 13 UMass men's soccer team overcame two deficits to force double overtime before Ben Arikianï¿½s golden goal captured a 3-2 UMass win over the Terriers.
8/31/08 - Northeastern Ties Louisville.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- The Northeastern menï¿½s soccer team tied No. 23 Louisville in two overtimes on Saturday night, despite being outshot 21-6 in the game.
8/31/08 - UConn Sails By St. Peter's.
KINGSTON, R.I. - Backed by senior Jennifer Herman?s goal in the 69th minute the Boston University women?s soccer team earned a 1-0 triumph over Rhode Island on Thursday evening.
8/31/08 - Holy Cross Upsets Minutemen.
WORCESTER, Mass. - Holy Cross defender Alejandro Melean scored on a header in the 10th minute of play as the Crusaders upset No. 13 UMass on Friday night in the season-opener for both sides.
8/31/08 - BC Men Take Down Terriers.
NEWTON, Mass. ï¿½ Freshman Edvin Worley snapped a 1-1 tie in the 82nd minute to lift fourth-ranked Boston College to a 2-1 victory over Boston University in the season-opening game for the Comm Ave. rivals Friday night.
8/29/08 - BU Shuts Out URI.
KINGSTON, R.I. - Backed by senior Jennifer Hermanï¿½s goal in the 69th minute the Boston University womenï¿½s soccer team earned a 1-0 triumph over Rhode Island on Thursday evening.
8/28/08 - Four Locals Amongst Preseason Best.
Four of the 11 players on Soccer Americaï¿½s Preseason All-American Team hail from New England schools, including 2007 Player of the Year Oï¿½Brian White of UConn.
8/26/08 - America East Weekly Honors.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Following the opening the weekend of the 2008 women's soccer campaign, Maine's Laura Martel and Hartford's Breeanna Robinson have earned the first weekly honors of the season.
8/25/08 - Hartford Snares First Win.
WEST HARTFORD, CT ï¿½ The University of Hartford womenï¿½s soccer team picked up its first victory of the 2008 season on Sunday with a 3-0 final over Fairleigh Dickinson University at Alumni Stadium.
8/25/08 - UNH Topples Holy Cross.
WORCESTER, Mass. ï¿½ Two of New Hampshireï¿½s top performers from last year got back at Sunday, leading the Wildcats to a 2-1 victory over Holy Cross in the season opener for both womenï¿½s programs.
8/24/08 - BC Nips Terriers in Opener.
BOSTON ï¿½ In the annual season-opener for both sides, the Boston College womenï¿½s soccer team rode a goal from a freshman to a 1-0 victory over Boston University Saturday night at Nickerson Field.
8/24/08 - UVM Women Drop Opener.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. ï¿½ The Vermont womenï¿½s soccer team dropped its season opener, 3-0, to Navy Saturday in the first ever meeting between the two programs.
8/22/08 - Four area Teams Make Men's Poll.
Four New England menï¿½s college soccer programs made the top 13 of the NSCAA/adidas Top 25 preseason poll released last week.
8/22/08 - UConn, BC in Women's Top 25.
The University of Connecticut and Boston College womenï¿½s soccer teams made the NSCAA/adidas Top 25 preseason poll released last week.
8/20/08 - Vermont Men Picked to Win America East.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ The University of Vermont has been chosen to repeat as America East champions by the leagueï¿½s head coaches in the conference preseason coachesï¿½ poll released Wednesday.
8/19/08 - 3 Area PLayers on Wmoen's Hermann Watch.
Boston Collegeï¿½s Gina DiMartino and UConnï¿½s Stephanie Labbe and Brittany Taylor were among the 47 womenï¿½s college soccer players named to the Missouri Athletics Clubï¿½s Hermann Trophy Watch List.
8/19/08 - Men's MAC Hermann Watch List.
UConnï¿½s Oï¿½Brian White has a chance to become the first menï¿½s player in over a decade win the college soccer player of the year award in back to back seasons.
8/18/08 - BU Picked to Win America East.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ For the fifth-consecutive year, Boston University has been chosen as the preseason favorite to win the America East Womenï¿½s Soccer Championship, as determined by a vote of the conferenceï¿½s head coaches.
8/14/08 - ACC Men's Preseason Poll.
The Boston College menï¿½s soccer team was picked to finish third in the Atlantic Coast Conference in the ACC Preseason Coachesï¿½ Poll released Wednesday.
8/14/08 - Big East Women's Poll.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. ï¿½ UConn Senior goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe and senior forward Liz Eng were picked to the Big East All-Preseason Team.
8/14/08 - UConn Picked to Win Division.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. ï¿½ The University of Connecticut and the University of South Florida have been chosen to capture the 2008 BIG EAST menï¿½s soccer regular-season divisional titles.
8/1/08 - Dartmouth Keeper Names WPSL All-Star.
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. -- Dartmouth women's soccer senior goalkeeper Laurel Peak was named a Women's Premier Soccer League Midwest All-Star last week.
7/29/08 - Bentley Hires Former Harvard Asst..
WALTHAM, Mass. ï¿½ Longtime Harvard assistant Gary Crompton was named the head coach of the Bentley menï¿½s soccer team, Falconsï¿½ athletic director Bob DeFelice announced Tuesday.
7/22/08 - BU Inks Five Mass Natives.
BOSTON ï¿½ The Boston University menï¿½s soccer team and head coach Neil Roberts announced the signing of 11 student-athletes for the 2008 season, including five from Massachusetts.
7/10/08 - Schnur on U23 Women's Team.
UConn's Meghan Schnur was named to the U.S. Under-23 Women's National Team that will travel to Sweden Friday for the Nordic Cup tournament held next week.
7/9/08 - BC's Ayarna Signs with Swedish Club.
Boston College All-American Reuben Ayarna has left school early to sign with GAIS Gothenburg of Allsvenskan, Swedenï¿½s top-level soccer league.
6/17/08 - BC Player on U20 Roster.
CHICAGO ï¿½ Boston College forward Gina DiMartino was among the 20 players named to the US Womenï¿½s National Teamï¿½s Under-20 World Cup qualifying roster that will begin its quest in the CONCACAF tournament this June in Mexico.
6/5/08 - Harvard Adds Asst. to Staff.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ Two-time Big East goalkeeper of the year Chris Cahill joined the Harvard menï¿½s soccer coaching staff as an assistant coach Wednesday.
5/21/08 - UMass Coach Honored at Fenway.
BOSTON, Mass. ï¿½ Everything Sam Koch is involved in turns to gold these days.
5/3/08 - BU, BC Release Scedules.
The Boston University and Boston College menï¿½s soccer teams released their respective schedules this week, marked by the rivalsï¿½ annual season opening match set for August 29 at BC.
4/29/08 - The Coach's Corner: The "Other" Part of the Job.
I am fortunate enough to have and have had a full time coaching career which has encompassed college, youth, professional and national staff levels. I genuinely love what I do and when I am on the field coaching or watching and preparing for games I don?t believe what I do is work. It is fun and it is enjoyable.
4/11/08 - Eagles' Defender Signs Overseas.
CHESTNUT HILL ï¿½ Boston College defender Kia McNeill has signed a contract to play with Kristianstad of the professional womenï¿½s league Allsvenska in Sweden.
4/10/08 - Revs Ink Brown Defender.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. ï¿½ The Revolution signed third-round pick Matthew Britner, a defender out of Brown, to a developmental contract Wednesday.
4/9/08 - BU Alum Hooks on with Miami FC.
BOSTON ï¿½ Boston University menï¿½s soccer product Jarryd Goldberg signed with Miami FC of the United Soccer League First Division on Tuesday.
4/8/08 - Harvard, Dartmouth Round Out Staff.
Harvard has hired New Mexico assistant coach Carl Junot as an assistant on new coach Jamie Clarkï¿½s menï¿½s soccer staff while former Dartmouth women's soccer standout Mary McVeigh ('03) is returning to her alma mater as an assistant for her former team.
4/7/08 - URI Alum Dynamite for Dynamo.
University of Rhode Island product Geoff Cameron had a smashing debut for the Houston Dynamo in his first MLS start Sunday.
3/25/08 - Dartmouth Twosome Lead Homeland.
Dartmouth men's soccer players Craig Henderson Daniel Keat have helped their native New Zealand seal a bid for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
3/14/08 - Renegades Sign Franklin Pierce Standout.
The MPS Boston Renegades recently signed Franklin Pierce's Gabriella Demoner and Swede native Therese Luckner as well as three players from Texas A&M.
3/6/08 - Former Providence Keeper Signs With Irish Club.
DUBLIN, IRELAND -- Former Providence College goalkeeper and Jersey Shore Boca standout Chris Konopka will continue his professional soccer career in Europe this season after the former Kansas City keeper inked a one-year deal with Irish soccer club Bohemians FC.
3/2/08 - Aztecs Sign UMass Brothers.
BEVERLY, Mass. ï¿½ Mike and Mark DeSantis, the brothers from Stoneham (Mass.) who helped lead UMass to the Final Four last fall, signed with the Boston Aztecs of the NPSL for this summer.
2/22/08 - Dartmouth Pair Rep New Zealand.
HANOVER, N.H. -- Dartmouth men's soccer players Craig Henderson and Daniel Keat have been named to their homeland New Zealand's national team
2/20/08 - Three Locals Called Into U-20 Camp.
CHICAGO ï¿½ Freshmen Stuart Amick (UMass), Shawn Chin (Boston College) and Jon Okafor (Brown) were among the 23 college players called into the US Under-20 Menï¿½s National Teamï¿½s domestic training camp that began yesterday in New Orleans.
2/12/08 - Harvard Names New Men's Coach.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ï¿½ Harvard has found a replacement for John Kerr. The Crimson today announced the hiring of Notre Dame assistant Jamie Clark as the new head coach of the menï¿½s soccer program.
2/11/08 - Former UConn Star Signs With Norwegian Club.
UConn product and FC Dallas defender Chris Gbandi's transfer to Norwegian club FK Haugesund has been finalized.
2/6/08 - Vermont Names New Women's Coach.
BURLINGTON, Vt. ï¿½ The Vermont womenï¿½s soccer teamï¿½s nearly three-month search for a head coach ended today with the appointment of Kwame Lloyd, a Division III womenï¿½s soccer and lacrosse coach at Virginiaï¿½s Christopher Newport University.
2/5/08 - New Chapter For Kerr.
After nine years coaching at Harvard, where he developed the men's program into a perennial contender while making his mark on the area's youth scene with his self-entitled soccer camps and his work with F.C. Greater Boston, there was only one way John Kerr was leaving the comforts of Cambridge: if his alma mater came calling.
1/30/08 - The Coach's Corner: After The Season.
The last time I wrote in early October, things were going well for Quinnipiac womenï¿½s soccer.
1/28/08 - Billerica Native On Fire's Radar.
Add Tim Conway's name to the list of local players drafted in last Thursday's MLS Supplemental Draft.
1/26/08 - Supplemental Draft Plucks Six Locals.
Thursday's MLS Supplemental Draft brought six players with local ties one step closer to playing for Major League Soccer.
1/18/08 - MLS Draft Roundup.
BALTIMORE -- Revolution selections Michael Videira (Milford, Mass.) and Matthew Britner (Brown University) weren't the only players with local ties selected in the MLS Draft. Four other area players -- led by UConn defender and No. 9 overall pick Julius James -- were chosen Friday.
1/12/08 - White Wins Hermann Trophy.
SAINT LOUIS, Mo. -- UConn men's soccer forward O'Brian White became the third Huskie to win the Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy, given annually to the nation's top collegiate soccer player.
1/9/08 - UNH Asst. Named Head Coach of So. New Hampshire.
MANCHESTER, N.H. ï¿½ UNH men's soccer assistant coach Marc Hubbard has been named the new head coach of Southen New Hampshire University men's program, effective immediately.
1/4/08 - Trinity Coach Voted Best in Conference.
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Trinity College menï¿½s soccer coach Michael Pilger was selected as the 2007 New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Coach of the Year.
1/4/08 - Thorpe Named D-II Player of the Year.
RINDGE, N.H. ï¿½ Franklin Pierce goalkeeper James Thorpe was named the NSCAA/adidas Division II menï¿½s soccer Player of the Year Thursday.
1/2/08 - Boston College Players Invited to U-23 Camp.
CHICAGO -- Three players with Boston College ties were invited to the U.S. Under-23 men's soccer team's two week training camp tin Bradenton, Fla. from Jan. 6-20.
12/28/07 - UConn Rises in Final Women's Soccer Poll.
The University of Connecticut women's soccer team's run to the NCAA Quarterfinals vaulted the squad into the No. 9 ranking in the final NSCAA/adidas women's soccer poll conducted at the conclusion of the season.
12/26/07 - UMass Heads New England Schools in Final Poll.
Despite not being ranked the entire season, the UMass men's soccer team finished the 2007 season ranked No. 4 in the NSCAA/adidas National Top-25 Poll which was published at the conclusion of the NCAA Tournament.
12/24/07 - White Named Player of the Year.
Only days after being named a MAC Hermann Trophy finalist and First Team All-America, UConn men's soccer forward O'Brian White was selected Soccer America's 2007 Men's Player of the Year in recognition of his record-setting season.
12/21/07 - Four Locals Up For Coach of the Year.
UMass coach Sam Koch, Quinnipiac coach Eric Da Costa, UConn's Ray Reid and Boston College's Ed Kelly are among the 11 finalists for the NSCAA/adidas National Coach of the Year award.
12/20/07 - Four Lady Eagles Honored.
The Boston College women's soccer team had six players named to the New England Women's Intercollegiate Soccer Association team this week. Senior Kia McNeill, junior Caroline Walden and sophomore Gina DiMartino were named to the first-team, while junior Sarah Buonomo, freshman Hannah Cerrone and freshman Chelsea Regan earned second-team honors.
12/19/07 - Division III Men's All-Americans.
Middlebury College (Vermont) placed three players on the Division III All-American First Team, released last week by the NSCAA and adidas. Goalkeeper Brian Bush, defender Alex Elias (Manchester Center, Vt.) and forward Casey Ftorek (Wolfeboro, N.H.) all earned first squad recognition.
12/19/07 - Division III Women's All-Americans.
Three players from local colleges were among the 11 selected for the women's soccer Division III All-American First Team, released last week by the NSCAA and adidas.
12/18/07 - Bryant Places Two on Women's Division II All-Americans.
Bryant University placed two players on the 2007 women's soccer Division II All-American First Team, representing with junior back Danielle Malta and senior midfielder Tricia Spada.
12/18/07 - Thorpe Franklin Pierce Head Division II All-Americans.
James Thorpe closed out his collegiate career by leading the Franklin Pierce men's soccer team to the NCAA Division II national title and claiming his third selection to the NSCAA/adidas Men's NCAA Division II All-America Team.
12/18/07 - Women's NSCAA adidas All-America Team.
Two University of Connecticut women's soccer players earned first-team selections on the 2007 NSCAA/adidas Division I All-America Team.
12/17/07 - Simmons Named to All-Tournament Team.
UMass goalkeeper Zach Simmons was named to the College Cup All-Tournament Team, the only player on the Minutemen to make it and the first player in school history to earn such honors.
12/17/07 - Men's NSCAA adidas All-America Team.
Four men's soccer players from New England schools earned spots on the 2007 NSCAA/adidas All-America Team.
12/16/07 - Tracy Connects Again as Wake Forest Wins Championship.
Connecticut native Marcus Tracy led the Wake Forest men's soccer team back from a 1-0 deficit and to its first ever National Championship, after beating Ohio State, 2-1, Sunday in the NCAA men's soccer championship.
12/15/07 - Eight Locals Heading to MLS Combine.
Seven players from area colleges and universities and another Massachusetts native were among the 54 players invited to the 2008 adidas MLS Player Combine, set to be held Jan. 11-15 at Lockhart Stadium in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
12/14/07 - UMass Falls to Ohio State.
The clock struck midnight for the UMass men's soccer team Friday, ending the Cinderella-story of the 2007 College Cup with a 1-0 loss to Ohio State in the NCAA semifinals at SAS Soccer Park.
12/14/07 - Connecticut Native Powers Wake Forest to Final.
Wake Forest is going to the 2007 College Cup final on the back of Connecticut native Marcus Tracy.
12/14/07 - UMass and Ohio State Square Off.
Interviews with ESPN? A press conference with the national media? A live televised tilt against fifth-seeded Ohio State? It's been quite the whirlwind for the UMass men's soccer team.
12/14/07 - UConn's White Returning for Senior Year.
UConn men's soccer standout forward O'Brian White officially announced today that he will return to the Huskies for his senior season in 2008, forgoing any professional opportunities at this time.
12/14/07 - Accolades Pour in for Boston College.
The accolades continue to pour in for the Boston College men's soccer team.
12/13/07 - Local Players Fill All Northeast Team.
Three players from the University of Connecticut and two from Harvard highlight the 2007 NSCAA men's soccer Division I All-Region First Team announced this week.
12/9/07 - UMass Going To College Cup.
Stuart Amick and Mike DeSantis scored and Zach Simmons made five saves to lead the UMass men's soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Illinois-Chicago and a trip to the NCAA Semifinals for the first time in program history.
12/9/07 - Defense Rules in UMass UIC Game.
This Elite Eight showdown pits two of the country's top defensive teams on Rudd Field.
12/8/07 - Virginia Tech Upsets UConn.
The University of Connecticut men's soccer team, winners of eight straight and 13 of the past 14 NCAA Tournament games played at Morrone Stadium, dropped a tough 1-0 decision to Virginia Tech Saturday in the quarterfinals of the 2007 College Cup.
12/7/07 - UConn Prepares for Virginia Tech.
While this is the first-ever Elite Eight appearance for 11th-seeded Virginia Tech, UConn has reached the NCAA quarterfinals 10 times in its storied history, three times under Ray Reid.
12/4/07 - UMass to Host Illinois Chicago.
The UMass men's soccer team will continue its historic run in the NCAA Tournament against Illinois-Chicago this Sunday at noon on the Minutemen's Rudd Field.
12/3/07 - Franklin Pierce Wins Men's National Championship.
The Franklin Pierce University men's soccer team scored with less than two minutes left in regulation to win the first NCAA Division II National Championship in program history, a 1-0 victory over 16th-ranked Lincoln Memorial University (Tenn.) at the Orange Beach Sportsplex Sunday afternoon.
12/2/07 - UConn Routs South Florida.
Just 1:15 into the match, it was O'Brian White from Mike Pezza and an early UConn lead over South Florida. That would be the recurring theme Sunday as White went on to score three times - two on helpers from Pezza - and the Huskies rolled over their BIG EAST foe, 5-0, in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
12/2/07 - Minutemen Prevail In Snow Battle.
After snow and wintery conditions halted the game for an hour and 10 minutes, the Minutemen responded with a three-goal second half to take down Central Connecticut State, 3-1, Sunday in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
12/2/07 - UConn Routs South Florida.
Just 1:15 into the match, it was O'Brian White from Mike Pezza and an early UConn lead over South Florida. That would be the recurring theme Sunday as White went on to score three times ï¿½ two on helpers from Pezza ï¿½ and the Huskies rolled over their BIG EAST foe, 5-0, in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
12/1/07 - Battle of Cinderallas UMass Hosts Central Conn.
This is the furthest the UMass men's soccer team has made it in the NCAA Tournament and the furthest Central Connecticut has gone in any sport in school history.
12/1/07 - USF Tries To Solve Huskies.
The South Florida men's soccer team travels to Storrs feeling the pressure that going 0-6 -- including 0-2 this season ï¿½ with two goals scored against your opponent produces.
11/30/07 - Four Local Players Up for Hermann Trophy.
Four standouts from New England schools have been named semifinalists for the Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy, given annually to the nation's top Division I soccer player.
11/29/07 - Old Dominion Knocks Out Brown.
It took nearly 107 minutes of soccer, but Old Dominion was able to upset the one-loss Brown University men's soccer team, 2-1, in double overtime in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Wednesday.
11/29/07 - Central Conn. Upsets Tulsa.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team became the first team in school history to advance to the round of 16 in any sport during the school's Division I era.
11/29/07 - UMass Stuns No.1 Seed Boston College.
Mark DeSantis took off as soon as Doug Rappaport hit the ball. As DeSantis watched Rappaport's corner kick loft toward the center of the box, he rushed toward the back post. And when he connected, driving the ball inside the left post past Boston College goalkeeper Chris Brown, the players on the UMass bench erupted.
11/29/07 - Arad, UConn End Vermont's Run.
UConn men's soccer midfielder Dori Arad continued his torrid postseason hot streak, scoring his fourth goal of the playoffs 41 seconds into the game Wednesday to lead the third-seeded Huskies to a 2-0 win over Vermont in NCAA second round action at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium.
11/27/07 - UConn and Vermont Renew Rivalry.
The last time the Vermont men's soccer team faced UConn was in 1989. George Bush was president, The Simpsons started running as a series on FOX, the United States had troops stationed in Iraq and the Catamounts were the favorites, defeating the Huskies, 2-0, at UVM's Centennial Field in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
11/27/07 - Central-Conn-Travels-To-Tulsa.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team, which made history Saturday when they became the first men's program in school history to win a NCAA Tournament game, will travel all the way to Oklahoma to face the sixth-ranked University of Tulsa in the second round Wednesday.
11/27/07 - Brown Hosts Old Dominion.
The Old Dominion men's soccer team advanced to the second round of the tournament after beating Brown's in-state rival, Providence, 1-0, on Saturday.
11/27/07 - BC Meets UMass.
When the UMass men's soccer team travels to Boston College to take on the Eagles in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Wednesday, one thing is for certain: Chris Brown will have an impact on the game's outcome.
11/25/07 - Providence Eliminated From Tournament.
The Providence men's soccer team couldn't overcome a second half goal and fell to Old Dominion, 1-0, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday at the Old Dominion Soccer Stadium.
11/24/07 - Central Connecticut Upsets Harvard.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team became the first men's program in the school's Division I history to win a NCAA Tournament game, upsetting No. 15 Harvard in a 3-2 thriller Saturday at the Crimson's own Ohiri Field.
11/24/07 - Vermont Takes Down Dartmouth.
A goal by Connor Tobin with 26 seconds left in regulation and two sensational saves by Roger Scully (East Lyme, Conn.) in the penalty kick round gave Vermont a first-round tournament victory over Dartmouth after a 1-1 regulation tie Saturday.
11/24/07 - UMass Edges Terriers.
Michael Jejna scored the eventual game-winner in the second half and the UMass defense ï¿½ with a little help from the post ï¿½ withstood some late charges from Boston University to give the Minutemen men's soccer team a 2-1 win in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday.
11/23/07 - Local Players Earn National Recognition.
Boston College goalkeeper Chris Brown and forward Sherron Manswell and Vermont forward Jordan Crasilneck were named to the Soccer America men's soccer National Team of the Week.
11/21/07 - New England Schools Dominate Ivy League Awards.
Three New England schools nearly swept All-Ivy First-Team honors, placing 11 of 12 players on the league's top squad, voted by the league's head coaches.
11/21/07 - NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament Preview.
Ten New England colleges will be among the 64 teams vying for the 2007 College Cup in the NCAA men's soccer tournament set to begin this weekend in various sites across the country.
11/20/07 - Ten Local Schools in Big Dance.
Ten New England colleges qualified for the 64-team NCAA Tournament bracket announced Monday.
11/18/07 - Vermont Wins America East Championship.
The fifth straight win and seventh straight shutout for the Vermont men's soccer team continued its storybook run to the NCAA Tournament after Saturday's 1-0 victory over Binghamton in the America East Championship.
11/18/07 - UMass Wins Atlantic-10.
The UMass men's soccer team earned its second-ever NCAA Tournament berth with a 2-0 shutout win over Charlotte in the Atlantic-10 Championship Sunday.
11/18/07 - UConn Wins 7th BIG EAST Title.
Israel native Dori Arad scored two goals to lead the No. 2 UConn men's soccer team to the 2007 BIG EAST Championship title with a 2-0 win over Notre Dame Sunday.
11/18/07 - BC Wins ACC Championship.
The Boston College men's soccer team rode junior midfielder Mike Konicoff's goal and assist to a 2-1 conference-clinching victory over Wake Forest in the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Sunday.
11/17/07 - UConn Downs Boston College.
After 110 minutes of scoreless soccer, the University of Connecticut women's soccer team went to the eighth penalty kick to down Boston College in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday.
11/15/07 - Eagles Claw Virginia.
The No. 6 Boston College men's soccer team used a 64th-minute goal by fullback Jamie Melas to beat Virginia, 1-0, in the Atlantic Coast Conference quarterfinal Wednesday at the SAS Soccer Complex.
11/15/07 - Vermont Runs Past UNH to America East Title Game.
The Vermont men's soccer team continued its improbable run to the America East Championship, beating New Hampshire, 2-0, Wednesday to advance to the conference title game in a season that started with three wins in 11 games.
11/14/07 - NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament Preview.
The 64-team bracket is set for the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament with three big-time New England schools set to compete at Boston College this weekend for a shot at the 2007 title.
11/14/07 - New-Haven-Joins-Northeast-10.
The University of New Haven accepted an offer to join the Northeast-10 Conference as a full-time member beginning the 2008-09 academic year.
11/13/07 - Bedoya Kelly Honored by ACC.
Boston College men's soccer midfielder Alejandro Bedoya and coach Ed Kelly, both key cogs in the Eagles run to the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season title, were named league's Offensive Player and Coach of the Year, respectively.
11/13/07 - Vermont Women's Coach Resigns.
Vermont women's soccer coach Kerry Dziczkaniec resigned just over two weeks after her team completed its dismal 2007 campaign, finishing 3-14-1.
11/12/07 - Eagles Earn No.1 Seed.
After winning the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championship, the Boston College men's soccer team will be the No. 1 seed in the 2007 ACC Tournament and will play the winner of Tuesday's game between Virginia and North Carolina State.
11/12/07 - BU Wins America East Championship.
The Boston University women's soccer team won its second America East Championship in three years, edging New Hampshire, 2-1, on Saturday to earn a trip to the NCAA Tournament.
11/12/07 - URI UMass Ready for A-10 Tourney.
Local men's soccer programs from UMass and the University of Rhode Island earned spots in next weekend's Atlantic-10 Men's Soccer Championship in Dayton, Ohio.
11/12/07 - Brandeis Wins First Ever ECAC Crown.
Buoyed by two second-half goals from Boston native and tournament MVP Tzlil Castel, the Brandeis University women's soccer team claimed it's first-ever ECAC Division III New England tournament title with a 2-0 win over Keene State Sunday.
11/11/07 - UConn Steams Past South Florida.
After over 80 minutes of scoreless soccer, UConn's Ryan Cordeiro scored twice in the last seven minutes to lead UConn men's soccer team to a 2-0 win over South Florida in the BIG EAST Quarterfinals Saturday night.
11/9/07 - BIG EAST Women's Awards.
UConn senior Meghan Schnur was named the BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year and junior teammate Brittany Taylor was named the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year.
11/8/07 - BU Hall of Famer Named Head Scout of Chelsea.
Boston University men's soccer Hall of Famer Mike Emenalo was named the head scout for the English Premier League's Chelsea Football Club.
11/8/07 - America East Men's Soccer Awards.
Boston University's Neil Hlavaty was selected as the America East Midfielder of the Year while teammate Aaron O'Neal took home Rookie of the Year honors, as determined in a vote by the league's head coaches.
11/7/07 - Hawk Earns Player of the Week.
Hartford men's soccer forward Andreas Blamo was named the America East Men's Soccer Player of the Week for his efforts in each of the Hawk's games last week.
11/7/07 - BIG EAST Tourney Kicks Off.
The BIG EAST tournament gets underway this afternoon at Glay Field at Providence College. The fourth-seeded (Blue Division) Friars host fifth-place (Red Division) Cincinnati Wednesday at 1:00 p.m.
11/6/07 - Dartmouth Player Earns Top Rookie Honor.
Dartmouth men's soccer defender Brayn Giudicelli was named Ivy League Rookie of the Week Monday.
11/4/07 - UConn Takes Regular Season Crown.
The No. 1-ranked University of Connecticut men's soccer team downed Seton Hall, 1-0, in the team's season finale Saturday.
11/1/07 - Bryant Ends Franklin Pierce's Reign.
For the first time since 1999, the Northeast-10 Conference Women's Soccer Tournament will have a different champion.
11/1/07 - BC Downs Maryland.
Boston College women's soccer back Hannah Cerrone scored on goal and set up another to lead the No. 10 Eagles past ACC foe Maryland, 2-0, Thursday night.
11/1/07 - UNH, BU Dominate America East Awards.
The University of New Hampshire and Boston University women's soccer teams took home five out of six America East individual yearly awards determined in a vote by the league's head coaches.
11/1/07 - Southern New Hampshire Coach Resigns.
After a season in which his team finished a disappointing 5-8-5, Southern New Hampshire men's soccer coach Dave Anderson announced his resignation Thursday, effective Nov. 30.
11/1/07 - Bright Soccer Players Around New England.
Local soccer players from the top colleges and universities in New England littered the ESPN The Magazine 2007 Academic All-District 1 Team, released Thursday by the College Spots Information Directors of America.
10/31/07 - Dartmouth Keeper Honored Again.
Westport, Conn. native and Dartmouth men's soccer goalkeeper Sean Milligan was named Ivy League Player of the Week for the second time this season.
10/31/07 - Big East Honors Have Local Flavor.
UConn's O'Brian White was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week for the fifth time this season while Providence's Nick Cianci was picked as conference's Rookie of the Week.
10/31/07 - BU Nearly Sweeps Conference Weeklys.
Boston University nearly swept all the America East soccer awards. Luckily, for UMBC's Morgan Warrington (Women's Rookie of the Week), BU left one for someone else.
10/31/07 - Bedoya Named National Player of the Week.
Boston College men's soccer midfielder Alejandro Bedoya was not only named the ACC Co-Player of the Week, but also earned Soccer America National Player of the Week honors.
10/29/07 - Friars Tie Notre Dame.
The Providence College men's soccer team extended its season-long unbeaten streak to five games after battling No. 7/11 Notre Dame to a 2-2 draw Sunday.
10/29/07 - Terriers Earn Share of Conference Title.
A balanced scoring attack gave the Boston University women's soccer team a 2-0 win over Binghamton and a share of the America East regular season title.
10/29/07 - BC Women Upset No.3 Virginia.
With less than three minutes left in the game, freshman Natalie Crutchfield buried a Gina DiMartino feed to give the Boston College women's soccer team a 1-0 upset over No. 3 Virginia Sunday afternoon.
10/26/07 - Late Goal Lifts UVM.
It may have been Senior Day, but it was a sophomore who earned the glory for the Vermont women's soccer team Thursday.
10/25/07 - BC Ousts Dartmouth.
A late goal with under five minutes left gave No. 12 Boston College a 1-0 win over non-conference foe Dartmouth Wednesday.
10/25/07 - Vermont Blasts Maine.
Two second half goals propelled the Vermont men's soccer team to a 2-0 victory over America East rival Maine Wednesday afternoon at Alumni Field.
10/24/07 - MIT Outlasts UMass Boston.
Chase Lochmiller scored two early goals before being ejected and Tom Caldwell and the MIT defense held on to preserve a 2-1 win over UMass-Boston in Division III men's soccer action Tuesday.
10/23/07 - Providence Duo Nets Honors.
Two Providence College players and Massachusetts natives garnered Big East men's soccer honors this week.
10/23/07 - Locals Earn Ivy League Awards.
Dartmouth junior forward Dani Rothenberg was named the Ivy League Men's Soccer Player of the Week and Harvard freshman Katherine Sheeleigh earned the Ivy League's Rookie of the Week award for the women's division.
10/23/07 - UNH's Kaplan Honored.
Shaunna Kaplan of the University of New Hampshire women's soccer team earned America East Player of the Week.
10/17/07 - Franklin Pierce Wins Battle of Ranked DIIs.
In a battled of ranked Division II schools, the No. 18 Franklin Pierce women's soccer team ran roughshod over 15th-ranked New Haven Tuesday, scoring twice each half to post a convincing 4-0 victory.
10/17/07 - Bentley Snaps Skid.
Time was running out on the Bentley women's soccer team Tuesday. The Falcons hadn't won in six games and were less than two minutes away from running that streak to seven with a double overtime tie to a team with six wins.
10/17/07 - Providence Upsets No.9 BC.
Alex Redding returned to his hometown Tuesday and scored the winning goal in the Providence men's soccer team's 1-0 upset over No. 9 Boston College.
10/16/07 - White Wins Offensive Award Again.
O'Brian White, a junior forward on the top-ranked University of Connecticut men's soccer team, was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week for the fourth time this season and second consecutive week.
10/16/07 - Terriers Sweep America East Honors.
Boston University staked claim to this week's America East soccer honors.
10/15/07 - Northeastern Stays Hot at Home.
Winless on the road, the Northeastern University men's soccer team could get used to playing at home.
10/15/07 - UVM Hosts Shoeless Tournament Fundraiser.
More than 100 University of Vermont students braved possible busted toes and 40-degree weather to attend "Lose the Shoes," a shoeless fundraiser for Futbol para la Vida, an HIV and AIDS education initiative in the Dominican Republic.
10/15/07 - Wildcats Best Catamounts.
Caitlin Serafine scored once and assisted on another and Caitlin Whalen added two helpers to lead the New Hampshire women's soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Vermont Sunday.
10/15/07 - The Coach's Corner - Dave Clarke Week 2.
This week, see what Dave must do to prepare his team for a two-game week -- including a tilt with his alma mater -- and learn what goes into getting pregrame breakfast for a women's team.
10/14/07 - Brown Takes Down Harvard.
The 14th-ranked Brown men's soccer team will look to move up a lot higher in Monday's polls.
10/12/07 - BC Women Dealt First Loss.
A tough own goal sent the Boston College women's soccer team to its first loss of the season, a 1-0 defeat at the hands of ACC rival Miami Thursday night.
10/12/07 - Rams Just Golden.
Amanda Thomas picked a good time to score her first goal of the season. The University of Rhode Island defender potted the game-winning goal in the 98 th minute to give the URI women's soccer team a 3-2 overtime win over UMass-Amherst Thursday.
10/11/07 - Brown Grounds Eagles.
It took 93 minutes of soccer to decide a game between the nation's 14th- and 5th- best teams, but in the end it was Laurent Manual who gave No. 14 Brown a 1-0 overtime victory over 5 th-ranked Boston College Wednesday.
10/11/07 - BU Slays Black Bears.
Freshman Aaron O'Neal scored twice to lead the Boston University men's soccer team to its first America East win of the season, a 2-0 triumph over Maine Wednesday night at Nickerson Field.
10/11/07 - No.1 Huskies Down PC.
O'Brian White made sure the UConn men's soccer team lived up to the billing.
10/10/07 - America East Honor Roll.
University of New Hampshire women's soccer forward Michelle Sheehan, was named America East Co-Player of the Week for her two-goal performance last week. Meanwhile, Michelle Orelli of Hartford, who scored the game-winning goal in her team's game against Binghamton, was named the Rookie of the Week.
10/10/07 - Franklin Freshmen Thriving.
Franklin Pierce's Johan Torstensson earned Freshman of the Week accolades for men's soccer.
10/9/07 - BU and Dartmouth Tie.
Kelsey Quick scored in the 56th minute to help the Dartmouth women's soccer team tie Boston University, 1-1, Monday.
10/9/07 - Harvard Has Top Rookie.
Harvard women's soccer freshman forward Kerry Kartsonis was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week.
10/9/07 - UConn Junior On Offensive.
UConn men's soccer junior O'Brian White was named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week after recording 10 points in two Husky home victories.
10/9/07 - Eagles Net Two Awards.
Strong play in victories over Duke earned the Boston College soccer teams some recognition in the Atlantic Coast Conference's weekly awards.
10/8/07 - Bobcats Claw Central CT.
Sara Lawlor and the Quinnipiac women's soccer team overcame an early 1-0 deficit to defeat Central Connecticut State University, 2-1, on the road Sunday afternoon.
10/8/07 - Northeastern Falls to William and Mary.
The Northeastern men's soccer team's disappointing season continued Sunday. The Huskies dropped to 2-7 when after losing a tough one in overtime, 2-1, to William and Mary.
10/8/07 - Coaches Corner with Dave Clarke.
My first blog entry and already I am a week or so late. Why did I agree to write it? What was I thinking?
10/7/07 - UMass Goalie Nets Shutout Record.
Durham, New Hampshire's Zack Simmons broke the UMass career shut out record with his 17th career shutout Saturday in a 1-0 win over Hartford.
10/7/07 - Crimson Can Cornell.
Senior co-captain Megan Merritt scored her second goal of the season to lead Harvard past Cornell, 1-0, Saturday in the Crimson's first Ivy League victory of the season.
10/6/07 - BC Tops Duke.
In a battle of two ACC and national powers, two goals from Alejandro Bedoya helped pace the No. 6 Boston College men's soccer team past No. 4 Duke, 4-2, in front of 1,566 fans Friday.
10/6/07 - Lady Eagles Knot Blue Devils.
The Boston College women's soccer team still hasn't lost.
10/5/07 - Terriers on the Prowl.
Junior Marisha Schumacher-Hodge headed an active Boston University offense, notching a goal and two assists in the BU women's 4-0 win over Albany Thursday.
10/5/07 - Wildcats Earn Fourth Shutout.
Marianne Rivard and Michelle Sheehan each scored and Ally Yost made five saves to lead the New Hampshire women's soccer team past the University of Maryland Baltimore County, 2-0, Thursday afternoon.
10/4/07 - UNH Ends Dartmouth Streak.
Westborough's (Mass.) Chris Banks scored in the 53rd minute to lead the New Hampshire men's soccer team past Dartmouth, 1-0, Wednesday.
10/3/07 - St. Michael's Stuns UMass-Lowell.
An 83rd-minute strike from Tim Warren broke a 0-0 deadlock to give St. Michael's a 1-0 upset victory over No. 4 UMass-Lowell in Division II action Tuesday.
10/3/07 - BU Deals Brown First Loss.
The Boston University men's soccer team dealt Brown its first loss of the season, 1-0, in a non-conference tilt Tuesday.
10/2/07 - Twin Honors for Huskies.
The UConn women's soccer team earned two Big East weekly honors after going 2-0-0 last week.
10/2/07 - Simmons Shares Performer-of-the-Week.
UMass men's soccer goalkeeper Zach Simmons was named Atlantice 10 Co-Performer of the Week after recording his 16th career shutout Saturday in a 1-0 win over Boston University.
10/1/07 - URI Tames Black Bears.
Poland native Lukasz Tumicz scored twice and added an assist to lead the University of Rhode Island men's soccer team to a 4-1 win over Maine Sunday.
10/1/07 - Lucky 7 For Quinnipiac.
The Quinnipiac women's soccer team won its seventh straight game Sunday in a 2-0 win over Holy Cross.
10/1/07 - BU Wins America East Opener.
Freshman Tiya Gallegos' first collegiate goal was enough to send the Boston University women's soccer team past Vermont, 1-0, in the America East opener Sunday.
9/30/07 - Reid Earns 300th Career Win.
Ryan Cordeiro and the UConn men's soccer team made sure coach Ray Reid got his 300th victory Friday night. Cordeiro scored twice and Akeem Priestley added another to lead the No. 5 Huskies over St. John's, 3-0, in front of 5,116 fans eager to see history made by their heralded coach.
9/28/07 - MIT Stays Clean at Home.
Andre Bishara ensured the MIT menï¿½s soccer team would remain undefeated at home when his 73rd-minute free kick found the back of the net in Thursdayï¿½s 1-0 victory over Bates.
9/27/07 - Wheaton Escapes With Win.
The Wheaton womenï¿½s soccer team looked to be headed toward its first loss of the season Wednesday, down 1-0 to Amherst with 10 minutes left.
9/27/07 - Keene State Upsets Williams.
Alex Horne and the Keene State menï¿½s soccer team dealt Williams College its first loss of the season, 1-0, yesterday.
9/27/07 - Babson Gets By Framingham-State.
The Babson menï¿½s soccer team scored twice in a five-minute span midway through the second half to down Framingham State, 2-1, in a non-conference game Wednesday.
9/26/07 - BC's Bedoya Shares ACC Award.
Boston College midfielder Alejandro Bedoyaï¿½s busy week earned him a share of the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week honors with Wake Forest's Cody Arnoux.
9/26/07 - Two Locals Earn AE Rookie Honors.
Two local players shared America East womenï¿½s soccer Rookie of the Week honors.
9/26/07 - Terriers' Hlavaty Recognized.
Boston University menï¿½s soccer midfielder Neil Hlavaty was named America East Player of the Week for his efforts in two Terrier wins last week.
9/25/07 - A Big Green Comeback.
Craig Henderson and Andrew Olsen each scored within 50 seconds of each other to give the Dartmouth men's soccer team a 2-1 comeback win over Saint Francis.
9/24/07 - Eagles Shock North Carolina.
Down 1-0 late in Saturdayï¿½s ACC match against North Carolina, the Boston College menï¿½s soccer team got a goal from Alejandro Bedoya with just over three minutes left in regulation.
9/24/07 - UConn Sneaks Past No.17 USF.
Chukwudi Chijinduï¿½s 71st minute goal gave the UConn menï¿½s soccer team a come-from-behind 2-1 win over No. 17 South Florida.
9/17/07 - Twin Honors for Harvard.
Two Crimson players, Andre Akpan and Lauren Mann, both won Ivy League Player of the Week honors.
9/17/07 - Castillo Honored.
UConn's Oscar Castillo was named Big East Defensive Player of the Week, the third week in a row that a Huskie has been honored by the Big East.
9/3/07 - URI Edges PC.
Goals from Steve Mellen and Lukasz Tumicz, and a shutout from goalkeeper Chris Pennock, earned Rhode Island a 2-0 win over cross-state rivals Providence College.
8/31/07 - UConn Men Defeat Canisius.
The University of Connecticut men's soccer team got their season off to a winning start with a 3-2 victory over Canisius.
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