College

January 4, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

Still almost 30 years later he still leads this program in goals with his 50 and is #2 in assists with 30, Huey Fuergeson, who we knew in his freshman year that this Jamaican player would be special, he turned out to be extra special. Taking 3 Big East titles in his time at SJU, his freshman year we lost in the final, during this time he lead the team in scoring each and every of those 3 years, hitting a career high with 17 goals in his 2nd season.

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January 4, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

The top players in NCAA soccer have been named, one is a repeat, the first in the women's game since Morgan Brian with her pair in 2013 & '14. We had hoped for Dylan Nealis to win it, yes he is a local out of Massapequa and his team, Georgetown won the title, his opponent who had a goal in the final, Jr. Joe Bell of Clemson were both runners up to Clemson Jr. Robbie Robinson, coached by Mike Noonan a former player for my Louisville Thunder. He is the first Tiger to take the trophy since St. John's transfer Wojtek Krakowiak in 1998 and 3rd overall.

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December 20, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

The year is over, titles have been won and lost, now the USC makes known their picks for best staffs. All but one took a national title, the other make it to the semis, no shame there. Each will be honored by the USC at their National Convention in Baltimore. Listed by division, school and head coach.

NCAA I Men - Georgetown U. -  Brian Wiese

NCAA II Men- U. of Charleston - Dan Stratford

NCAAIII Men - Tufts U. - Josh Shapiro

NAIA Men - Central Methodist U. -  Alex Nicols

NCCAA Men - Mid-American U. -  Mitchell Sowerby

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December 17, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

The MAC Herman Award, bestowed upon the top Collegiate player is revealed on Jan. 3 for NCAA DI for both the Men's and Women's games. Below are the others, each of whom  will be honored as part of the USC Convention next month in Baltimore.

NCAA D II Men: Alex Brems, Cal. St. Univ, LA

NCAA D III Men: German Giammattei, Amherst College

NAIA Men: Stefan Lukic, OK Wesleyan U.

NCCAA Men: Stephen Nganga, Mid-American Christian U.

Jr. Coll. I Men: Tobias Pellio, Monroe Coll.

Jr. Coll. III Men: Angel Alvarado, Fresno City Coll.

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December 17, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

We were able to get out to a few early round games for the Men & Women, watched the final for both and the semis for the Men, here is how the locals, prominent and ones we have ties to did.

NCAA DI Men:

1 Georgetown

2 UVA

5 Clemson

9 Indiana University

12 St. John's

14 Providence College

20 University of Louisville

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