Even though we had just made history — having etched Howard University’s name in the history books as the first historically black college to capture a Division I NCAA championship — the feeling I had swirling around my head was the journey taken that led to the accomplishment. Even as our players celebrated in the locker room — dancing, crying and hugging — all I could think about was the process and the end result. That’s the coach in me, I suppose. It was about the collective growth.
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Nathan Regis, the senior from Pfeiffer University (Richfield, NC) joined the Ocean City Nor’easters this year after an exceptional season for the Pfeiffer Falcons. Regis' 32 goals and 7 assists in 25 games earned him the NCAA Division II Player of the Year award and helped his school win a national championship.
Andrew Revanales of Massasoit Community College has earned All-America honors in men’s soccer.
Former national midfielder and legendary St. Augustine Secondary and Arima Senior Comprehensive coach, Michael Grayson, was inducted into the Davis and Elkins College Athletic Hall of Fame this past weekend. Grayson was one of four new inductees who were honored at the ceremony held on Saturday, May 14th at the Myles Center for the Arts Harper-McNeeley Auditorium.
Former T&T Under-20 forward Ricardo John has been was named to the American NSCAA All-South Region Third team for the second straight season.
If the young footballers do not take a hint after hearing of the young (Central FC) player, then it will be worth your while to find out.
Junior forward Nathan Regis of Pfeiffer University (N.C.) headlines the 2015 Division II Conference Commissioners Association Men's Soccer All-America First Team as the Ron Lenz National Player of the Year.
Indiana University head men's soccer coach Todd Yeagley announced the addition of transfer Rashad Hyacenth to the team's roster.
Pfeiffer University’s scoring machine delivered one final time this season as Nathan Regis (Charlotte Eagles) scored two goals to lead his side to a 4-0 victory against Cal Poly Pomona on Saturday in the 2015 NCAA Division II Championship at the Ashton Brosnaham Complex in Pensacola, Fla.