September 24, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

Here is my challenge, 889 teams were named, 333 men & 556 women, how do I list them all? I know, go with those we have any ties to, major programs and local ones.

Men's Teams

U of Akron

Bard College

Bellarmine U

Boston College

Brown U.

Bryant U.


Clemson U.

Connecticut College

Duke U.

Fordham U.

Georgetown U.

Hartwick College

Hofstra U.



SUNY Oneonta

Stony Brook

Suffolk U.


Rutgers U.

September 23, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

A great movie directed by Marcus Rosenmuller will be discussed with Marcus in one of our future Zoom sessions. A soccer movie on the life of Bert Troutmann  of Man City from 1949-'64 he is still a player near the top number of games for the team. He arrived in England as a Nazi, having been awarded the Iron Cross among other citations and was a member of the Hitler Youth. While held in England as a POW, he was taken out of the camp to play soccer and after the war, made his way to Man City.

September 22, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

The FIFA window fast approaching will be devoid of such games, however the Nov. window has not shut. Such games are yet another casualty of the Coronavirus crisis as they have passed for the month of October.

September 19, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

Sean Davis-Knee

Ryan Meara-Hip

Patrick Seagrist-Groin

Marc Rzarkowski-Hip

Jimmy McLaughlin-Ankle

Saad Abdul-Salaam-Undisclosed

All of the above are out for the game today.

September 19, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

The time to get their first consecutive wins of 2020 is now upon them, will the Red Bulls be able to get that done? Last game in DC, Aaron Long equalled Stever Jolley for tops in goals with 7 among defenders. Maybe 2 wins straight and maybe their 4th blank sheet of the year, having shutout Atlanta, NYCFC & DC?

Aarong Long stated after the last game "I think we have no shortage of talented center backs on this team. It was a flawless performance from the 3 of us. We were very confortable. I think that week of rest kind of helped us back there. It was a good performance."