Men's SoccerSeptember 18, 2017 Men's Soccer Weekly Release #2 Middlebury senior Jed Sass is the NESCAC Player of the Week for the weekend ending September 18.
Men's SoccerSeptember 11, 2017 Men's Soccer Weekly Release #1 Connecticut College first-year A.J. Marcucci is the NESCAC Men's Soccer Player of the Week after the opening week of action.
Men's SoccerJanuary 19, 2017 Middlebury's Saward to Step Down at Conclusion of 2017 Season - Elias to Take Over the Program Middlebury men's soccer coach David Saward will retire following the 2017 season after concluding his 33rd year as the team's head coach. Alex Elias...
Men's SoccerDecember 21, 2016 Tufts' Shapiro and Staff Named National Coaching Staff of the Year by NSCAA Tufts men's soccer head coach Josh Shapiro and his staff were named the Division III Coaching Staff of the Year by the NSCAA.
Men's SoccerDecember 8, 2016 Three NESCAC Players Recognized as NSCAA All-Americans Three players from three different NESCAC teams were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association (NSCAA) All-America Teams. Connecticut College...
Men's SoccerDecember 5, 2016 Men's Soccer Weekly Release #12 Tufts won its second NCAA Division III National Championship in three years with a 1-0 double-overtime win over Calvin at Kerr Stadium in Salem...
Men's SoccerDecember 3, 2016 NCAA Final: Tufts 1, Calvin 0 (2OT) Tufts won its second NCAA Championship in three years with 1-0 double-overtime victory over Calvin at Kerr Stadium in Salem, Virginia.
Men's SoccerDecember 2, 2016 NCAA Semifinals: Tufts 2, St. Thomas (MN) 1 The Tufts men's soccer team will play in the 2016 NCAA Division III Championship Game on Saturday after earning a 2-1 win in the semifinals over St....
Men's SoccerNovember 30, 2016 Fall All-Academic Selections Announced A total of 760 student-athletes have been named to the 2016 NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team by the conference office today.
Men's SoccerNovember 29, 2016 Fall All-Sportsmanship Selections Announced A total of 93 student-athletes have been named to the 2016 NESCAC Fall All-Sportsmanship Team. One student-athlete from each institution for each...
October 16, 2017
Jeff Rosenberg Jeff Rosenberg
Colby College
Junior • Forward • Bethesda, Md.

In the lone game of the week for Colby, Rosenberg had a hand in both goals in the Mules’ 2-1 double-overtime win over Amherst, their first win over the Mammoths in 20 years. He scored The Mules had last beat Amherst by a 3-2 score in 1997 on a goal with just 11 seconds left.
October 9, 2017
Ben Manoogian Ben Manoogian
Connecticut College
Junior • Forward/Midfielder • Peabody, Mass.

Manoogian helped Connecticut College remain unbeaten on the season. He netted the eventual game-winning goal in the Camels’ 2-0 win over Eastern Connecticut before scoring an insurance goal in the team’s 3-1 win over Bates. Manoogian leads all NESCAC players in goals (7) and points (15) this season.

 

October 2, 2017
Bryce Johnson

Bryce Johnson
Amherst College
First Year • Defender • Plano, Texas

 

Johnson dished out assists on both of the Mammoths’ game-winning goals in one-goal victories over Tufts (1-0) and Rutgers-Newark (2-1). He was part of a back line that allowed just one goal on the week.


 

September 25, 2017
Komar Martinez-Paiz

Komar Martinez-Paiz
Wesleyan University
Junior • Midfielder • Pawtucket, R.I.

Martinez-Paiz recorded five points on two goals and an assist in a 2-0 week for the Cardinals. He netted the game-winning tally in the 26th minute in a 2-0 win over Vassar and added a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win over Bates. He leads the Cardinals in goals (2), assists (2) and points (6).

 

September 18, 2017
Jed Sass

Jed Sass
Middlebury College
Senior • Midfielder • White River Junction, Vt.

Sass scored both game-winning goals in a pair of NESCAC victories last week for the Panthers. After scoring the game’s lone goal in a 1-0 win at Amherst, he struck for the game winner in the 54th minute in a 1-0 victory over Hamilton.

September 11, 2017
A.J. Marcucci

A.J. Marcucci
Connecticut College
First Year • Goalkeeper • West Chester, Pa.

Marcucci helped lead Connecticut College to a perfect 2-0 week to begin the 2017 campaign. He made 11 saves, including several from point-blank range, in the Camels’ 2-1 win at Middlebury. Helping the Camel’s defeat Middlebury for the first time since 1992 and snapping an 18-match winless streak against the Panthers. He held Mitchell scoreless in the 67 minutes he saw action in net in a win for the Camels.

 

School Conf Overall
Tufts 7-1-1 12-1-1
Bowdoin 6-2-1 10-3-1
Amherst 5-2-2 10-2-2
Connecticut College 4-1-4 9-1-4
Hamilton 4-5-1 7-5-2
Williams 3-2-4 8-2-4
Middlebury 4-5-0 9-5-0
Colby 3-4-2 6-5-2
Bates 2-5-2 7-5-2
Wesleyan 1-6-2 6-6-2
Trinity 1-7-1 4-9-1
Oct 22
Men's Soccer Final
0 Farmingdale State
5 at Amherst
Oct 21
Men's Soccer Final
1 Wesleyan
4 at Amherst
Amherst, Mass.
Oct 21
Men's Soccer Final - 2OT
0 Bowdoin
0 at Connecticut College
New London, Conn.
Oct 21
Men's Soccer Final
1 Tufts
0 at Williams
Williamstown, Mass.
Oct 21
Men's Soccer Final
0 Middlebury
3 at Bates
Lewiston, Maine
Oct 21
Men's Soccer Final
0 Colby
2 at Hamilton
Clinton, N.Y.
Oct 18
Men's Soccer Final - OT
2 Amherst
1 at Mt. St. Mary (N.Y.)
Newburgh, N.Y.
Oct 24
Men's Soccer 2:30 PM
Bowdoin
at Tufts
Medford, Mass.
Oct 24
Men's Soccer 3:00 PM
Williams
at Middlebury
Middlebury, Vt. - Rescheduled from 10/25
Oct 25
Men's Soccer 3:00 PM
Bates
at Colby
Waterville, Maine
Oct 25
Men's Soccer 3:00 PM
Wesleyan
at Connecticut College
New London, Conn.
Oct 25
Men's Soccer 3:00 PM
Hamilton
at SUNY Oneonta
Oneonta, N.Y.
Oct 25
Men's Soccer 7:00 PM
Amherst
at Trinity
Hartford, Conn.
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