Two of last year’s Final Four teams, including national champion Virginia, await men’s soccer fall as part of an 18-match 2015 regular season schedule announced Tuesday by head coach Craig Jones.
The Colonials’ scoreless streak continued this weekend when they suffered a 1-0 loss to George Mason on Friday and a 2-0 loss to VCU on Sunday.
Men’s soccer will add five freshmen and one transfer to its roster for the 2014-15 season, head coach Craig Jones announced Friday.
Inconsistencies and losing streaks wiped away the Colonials’ promise on their way to a second straight finish short of the Atlantic 10 tournament.
After dropping their match last Sunday against UMass, the men’s soccer team was unable to make a statement in their first ever conference matchup versus George Mason, finding themselves on the wrong end of a shutout 2-0 Sunday.
After a four-game skid to close out non-conference play this year, the coaching staff decided to shake-up the lineup and called on Farrell to try to stop the bleeding.
With fall sports well into Atlantic 10 conference play, the Hatchet has put together a mid-season report card for each team.
The men’s soccer team continued their consistent play Sunday with a 2-0 shutout win over Fordham for their first Atlantic 10 victory.
Now, Alexandersson’s path to playing soccer at GW brought him 5,000 miles from home, to two different universities, and finally, to being the only Icelandic student at GW last year.
By Nora Princiotti | Hatchet Reporter Tyler Ranalli plays every game to prove a point: He is not the same young player on a losing team. The senior co-captain is lighting up the stat sheet for the Colonials this year, amassing half the team’s goals thus far. His drive to succeed, he said, may come […]