Belmont University men's soccer forward Rashad Hyacenth (D'Abadie, Trinidad & Tobago) has been named to the Horizon League All-Freshman Team, the league office announced Monday.
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Mateo Garces-Yepes converted on Pfeiffer’s fourth and final penalty kick as the Falcons (16-4-1) secured a 4-2 shootout victory over Lees-McRae (13-5-2) to capture the 2014 Conference Carolinas Tournament Championship on Saturday afternoon. Nicolas Dulac made two huge saves in penalty kicks and Pfeiffer went 4-for-4 in PK’s to clinch the title.
For the second time this season, Wayland Baptist goalkeeper John-Ramses Thomas has been named Sooner Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week for men's soccer.
In one of the most impressive showings of the season, the Pfeiffer men’s soccer team (16-4) overpowered Barton (13-6) by a final score of 6-0 on the campus of Limestone Thursday evening in the semifinals of the Conference Carolinas Tournament. Nathan Regis recorded a career-high seven points and his second hat trick of the season to lead the Falcons to their first Conference Tournament Championship game since 2000.
Four aspiring footballers are off this month to various American universities to take up full scholarships offered by Epic Sports Agency Limited.
Nathan Regis and Martim Galvao were named to the First Team All-Conference and four other Falcons earned All-Conference accolades as announced by Conference Carolinas on Thursday afternoon. Pfeiffer has set the school record for most wins in a season (15) and most shutouts in a season (9) en route to earning the No. 2 seed in the Conference Carolinas Tournament.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — American International Athletic Director Matt Johnson announced today that the college has removed the interim tag on Kevon Isa, naming him the full-time Head Coach of the nation's fourth-ranked women's soccer team after spending the last seven seasons as the team's primary assistant coach.
The Virginia Tech Hokies’ men’s soccer program is slowly but steadily building the program up as they look to become national contenders in the future especially with the success of the Virginia Tech women’s soccer team.
Former National Under-17 captain Brendon Creed is at Temple University in the United States and is currently part of the team’s preseason campaign.