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Roberts Named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week

Oct 18, 2010 - Read Full Article on

Michael Roberts of the American University men’s soccer team has been selected as the Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week, conference officials announced Monday. The junior from Rowlett, Texas, played an instrumental role in American’s stellar defensive play in its last two matches, allowing only one combined goal.

Dombrowski - ESPN Academic All-District IV First Team

11.02.10 - Read Full Article at

DAYTON, Ohio – University of Dayton men’s soccer players Michael Deyhle, Nate Dombrowski and Tommy Watkins have been selected to the ESPN Academic All-District IV First Team. Watkins has been selected to the All-District IV First Team for the third consecutive season, which is the most any collegiate student-athlete can be selected for the honor.

Dombrowski, a sophomore, has a 3.98 GPA and added his first assist of the season on Oct. 17 against Saint Joseph’s.  He has played in every match this season and is a two-time Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection. In addition, Dombrowski helped the Flyers in their ’09 run to the Atlantic 10 Regular Season Championship.

Grant Van De Casteele nets game winner in 66th minute.
Andro 91 Alumni in the news . . . .

11.06.10 - Read Full Article at

NOTRE DAME, Ind. - Sophomore central defender Grant Van De Casteele (Plano, Texas/Frisco Centennial) headed in the game winner in the 66th minute as the 12th-ranked Notre Dame men’s soccer team defeated Marquette in the BIG EAST Championship quarterfinals on Saturday night at Alumni Stadium. Senior midfielder Jeb Brovsky (Lakewood, Colo./Green Mountain) also scored for the Fighting Irish, who have compiled a season-best five-game unbeaten streak.


Congrats to Wesley Curtis !!!

Andromeda Alumni Wesley Curtis ranked in the Top 100 College Freshmen Men by

His accomplishments with Andromeda included:

2009-10 Andromeda U-17/18 Academy
2010 Andromeda ’91 USYS U-19 Regional Champs
2008 Andromeda ’91 USYS U-17 National Champs
U-17/18 Academy Alumni Ryan McDuff, and his Brown University team defeat UConn in Penalty Kicks; Advance to Sweet 16

11.21.10 -  Read full article at

Storrs, CT- The No. 22-ranked Brown University men’s soccer team will advance to the Sweet 16 of the 2010 Division I NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament after defeating the #9 University of Connecticut in penalty kicks, 7-6, at Morrone Stadium. The last time the Bears advanced this far in the tournament was in 2000, when they fell to Connecticut, 1-0, in the quarterfinals.

Both teams were solid and had some great looks on goal during both overtime periods. UConn’s Diop rifled a shot toward the goal one minute into the overtime, but sophomore defender
Ryan McDuff(# 21) blocked it with his body and sent it the other way. Then, Gorman came down the field and took the same shot in the exact spot as he did in the first to score, but sent it right at the goalie. Both squads had three shots on goal in the first overtime, but UConn held a 2-0 advantage in the second. Neither team was able to score in the overtime periods, so it went into penalty kicks.

Phoenix Men's Soccer Shuts Out Clemson, 1-0

10.12.10 -  Read full article at

CLEMSON, S.C. – Making his first career start, Elon redshirt freshman goalie Reed Dillard posted seven saves to lead the Phoenix to a 1-0 shutout of the Clemson Tigers in non-conference men’s soccer action from Historic Riggs Field on Tuesday night. Elon (5-3-4) shut out the Tigers (3-6-2) for the second straight year and recorded its fourth clean slate of the season. The Phoenix is now 1-0-1 against Atlantic Coast Conference competition this year after earning a 1-1 draw against then-ninth ranked Duke on Sept. 28.

Inside Notre Dame Men's Soccer with Dillon and Grant
Click HERE for Game Recap of Notre Dame’s 5-1 victory over Cal Poly.  Congrats to Dillon Powers and Grant Van De Casteele ... both scored in the match

Click HERE for Dillon Powers video of Notre Dame teammate Grant Van De Casteele and his game day routine

Brad Hunt - two goals and one assist in Mocs' big win

09.04.10 - Read full article at

Florida Southern hasn’t had a game like this in a while, and with young players like Brad Hunt, Jovaughn Howard and Viktor Bakkioui, there might be a couple of more down the road.
The Moccasins led 1-0 at halftime before exploding for five goals in the second half. Hunt played a role in three of them, assisting in the 57th minute to give the Mocs a 2-0 lead, and then scoring the next two goals to give Florida Southern complete control of the game.
Donovann Castro at UMKC

8.22.10 - Read full article on



Kansas City, Mo. -- The UMKC men’s soccer team played Rockhurst to a 1-1 draw on Sunday night at Durwood Soccer Stadium and Recreational Field in front of a crowd of 1,003 fans.

Freshman Donovann Castro netted the ’Roos lone goal in the contest, as he found the net in the 77th minute.  The freshman fired from 18-yards out and found the upper left corner of the net to even the tally at one apiece.

Dillon Powers in the News ...


2009:  The Gatorade Company, in partnership with ESPN RISE, named midfielder Dillon Powers as 2008-09 Gatorade National Boys Soccer Player of the Year

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Click Here to read the article in the Star Community Newspaper

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2010:  Notre Dame sophomore Dillon Powers - Soccer America Men’s Preseason All-American.  Click HERE to read article

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