Senior midfielder Andrew Grodhaus of the Oglethorpe men's soccer team took home Scholar All-America second-team honors from the United Soccer Coaches Wednesday, providing a capstone to his remarkable 4-year career as a Stormy Petrel. It marked the first Scholar All-America award of his career and the third season in a row in which a member of the team earned the honor.
The United Soccer Coaches named Oglethorpe senior midfielder Andrew Grodhaus to their NCAA Division III men's Scholar All-South Region first team Monday, as voted by coaches from around the region. It marked the first such award of Grodhaus' career and the fifth consecutive season in which a member of the Stormy Petrels earned the honor. The team earned eight individual Scholar All-Region honors in that 5-year span.
The Oglethorpe men's soccer team put an impressive four players on the 2019 United Soccer Coaches Men's Division III All-South Atlantic Region Teams Monday, marking the most players the Stormy Petrels have put on an All-Region squad since 2011. Senior midfielder Andrew Grodhaus and senior forward Ryan Marcano earned spots on the first team, while senior defender Christian Waegelin and senior midfielder Gabe Alvarez garnered spots on the second team.
The Oglethorpe men's soccer team saw their season come to a close Saturday afternoon in Lexington, Virginia, as they fell to the Gettysburg Bullets 5-0 in the first round of the NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Championship. The result moved the Stormy Petrels to 14-5 to end the season.
The SAA men's soccer coaches voted nine members of the Oglethorpe men's soccer team onto the All-SAA teams, released Monday by the league office. In addition, senior defender Christian Waegelin earned SAA Defensive Player of the Year honors, marking the fifth straight season in which a member of the team has earned a conference postseason award. He joined senior forward Ryan Marcano, as well as senior midfielders Andrew Grodhaus and Josh Bronstorph, on the All-SAA first team. Senior midfielder Gabe Alvarez, senior defender Sebastian Carlson and sophomore forward Abraham Lopez garnered spots on the second team, while freshmen goalkeeper Ulises Rodriguez and forward James Williams earned honorable mention.
MANSFIELD, Conn.- The No. 2 seeded Keene State Owls men's soccer team defeated the No. 1 seeded Eastern Connecticut State Warriors to win their 7th LEC Championship. Emmanuel Smith picked up the lone goal of the contest, giving the Owls their first crown since 2010.
WASHINGTON, Pa. -- Junior forward Jake Fetterman (Pottstown, Pa./The Hill School) scored a pair of goals and assisted another as the Washington & Jefferson College men's soccer team downed Geneva College by a 4-2 score in Saturday night's Presidents' Athletic Conference Championship match at Alexandre Stadium.
NEWPORT, R.I. (November 9, 2019) - Salve Regina University men's soccer celebrated its fourth Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Championship after a 3-2 double-overtime victory against Endicott College at Toppa Field in Newport, Rhode Island.
MANSFIELD, Conn. – The top-seeded Eastern Connecticut State University men's soccer team scored three times in a ten-minute span late in the first half and went on to its most convincing Little East Conference playoff win, 5-0, over fourth-seeded and two-time defending playoff champion Western Connecticut State University Friday night at Rick McCarthy Field.
The top-seeded and 18th-ranked Oglethorpe men's soccer team advanced to their third straight SAA Men's Soccer Championship final Friday night with a tight 2-1 win over fourth-seeded Berry in the semifinals at the Oglethorpe Track and Field. The win improved the Stormy Petrels to 14-3 on the season overall and brought them to within a game of advancing to the third NCAA tournament in program history.
HOBOKEN, NJ (November 6, 2019) --- Senior Alastair Dinnan scored twice and the defense did the rest as the fourth-seeded King’s College men’s soccer team went on the road to defeat top-seeded Stevens Institute of Technology 2-1 from the DeBaun Athletic Complex on Wednesday evening in a Middle Atlantic Conference Freedom semifinal match.
The No. 19 and top-seeded Oglethorpe men's soccer team found themselves locked in a tight game with eighth-seeded Hendrix in the early-going Saturday afternoon in the first round of the SAA tournament at the Oglethorpe Track and Field. The Stormy Petrels led 1-0 at halftime, but ran off four goals in the second half to pull away for a 5-0 victory. The win improved the Petrels to 13-3 on the season, extended their winning streak to eight games, and advanced them to the conference semifinals for the fourth year in a row.