Nathan Regis will no doubt go down as arguably the greatest men’s soccer player in Pfeiffer history. Only a junior, he is already tied for the most goals in program history with 49, and barring something crazy, he will break that record at some point in the near future.
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Wiley College men's soccer players Quesi Weston (SO/Palo Seco, Trinidad&Tobago) and Dwight Pope (SO/Trinidad and Tobago)'s relationship started long before they put on the purple Wildcat uniform.
Pfeiffer Athletics has announced the 2014-15 Athletes of the Year who will be honored at the Hall of Fame Ceremony on the evening of December 4. Men’s soccer star Nathan Regis has been selected as the Male Athlete of the Year, while women’s tennis standout Olivia Nelms earned the Female Athlete of the Year.
Pfeiffer forward Nathan Regis has been named National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Division II Soccer National Player of the Week. Regis becomes the second Falcon to take home the honor this season. The junior is currently tied in the nation for the most goals scored (15) and second in the nation in total points (34).
After helping the Boston University men's soccer team claim a shutout win against Harvard and netting the equalizer against Bucknell, senior Jeroen Blugh has been named the Patriot League Corvias Defender of the Week, the conference office announced Monday afternoon.
Pfeiffer forward Nathan Regis has been named the Conference Carolinas Player of the Week for the week for the week of Oct. 5-11. The junior finished the week with three goals in two contests and helped lead the Falcons to a school-record 11th consecutive win.
West Texas A&M freshmen Khadidra Debesette’s school record performance on the pitch has earned her Lone Star Offensive Player of the Week for women’s soccer.
National Under-23 duo Xavier Rajpaul and Keane McIvor are both back into the starting teams with their respective teams in the United States Colleges set up, following situations which forced to sit out the game for some time.
West Texas A&M’s Khadidra Debesette became the first women’s soccer player in school history to score four goals in a match while tying the school record for most points in a match with eight, leading WT past Texas A&M-International 8-0 Monday afternoon at The Pitch at Buffalo Sports Park.