FORMER TRINIDAD and Tobago striker and current men’s team assistant coach Stern John stated his delight in being part of the MLS Caribbean Combine last month.
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A MEMORIAL fund page in the name of Reuel Tyson, 20, has been created through the Jefferson College Foundation to help the footballer’s family defray funeral expenses.
Former Columbus Crew standout and current Trinidad and Tobago Senior Men’s Team assistant coach Stern John has been selected to serve as one of the coaches at the 2018 MLS Caribbean Combine in Bridgetown, Barbados from October 22-25, 2018.
Reuel J. Tyson, 20, a member of the Jefferson College men’s soccer team, died in a two-vehicle accident Saturday night (Oct. 27) on Hwy. 67, north of Berry Road in Bonne Terre, in St. Francois County, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. He was pronounced dead at the scene at 11:45 p.m. by the St. Francois County coroner.
For Denzel Woods, coming to America meant no more hearing gun shots while practicing at the soccer field.
Wheeling Jesuit University inducted three new members into its Athletics Hall of Fame Saturday morning inside Erickson Alumni Center.
Former St Anthony’s college duo Brent Rahim and Julius James have been made 2018 honorees of the University of Connecticut in the United States.
A young student who won a football scholarship only this year died yesterday in a vehicular accident in the United States.
Tobago defender transfers to division one school
TOBAGONIAN Nathan Harte continues to elevate his stock and keep alive his dream of playing professional football. Harte, a central defender with the skill to also play defensive midfield, will be competing in the NCAA division one soccer championship in September after transferring to the University of North Florida from Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana.