Washington College head men's soccer coach Drew Hoffman has been offered and has accepted a position as a development officer within the College's Office of Advancement. Hoffman will step down from his current position as head coach effective March 19th.
The Centennial Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee established the All-Sportsmanship team in 2007. Each team elected one member from their team who displayed good sportsmanship throughout the season to be a member of the All-Centennial sportsmanship team.
Johns Hopkins senior back Corey Adams was named the Player of the Year as the 2011 All-Centennial Conference men's soccer team was announced Wednesday. You can also find the Academic Honor Roll selections here.
Taylor Ferry scored on a penalty in the fifth round and Cody Hickok made the title-winning save as Dickinson won its first Centennial men's soccer championship in penalties vs. Haverford. The game ended in a 1-1 draw and the Devils won the title on PKs, 3-2.
Sophomore David Robinson picked a good time to score his first goal of the year, pounding home the game-winner in Haverford College's 2-1 upset of host Johns Hopkins Friday night in a Centennial Conference men's soccer tournament semifinal at Homewood Field. Dickinson blanked Muhlenberg, 2-0, in the other final four matchup.
Haverford defeated defending champ Swarthmore, 2-1, to gain the final playoff berth and oust the Garnet from the 2011 tourney. Muhlenberg extended its tournament streak to 11 years with a 3-1 win at Ursinus.
Granted, you may be watching these games through snowflakes, but we have a jam-packed weekend with championships, games that will decide top seeds, and games that will determine the playoff fate for many teams. Enjoy!
Johns Hopkins moved one step closer to securing the top seed for next weekend's Conference tournament with a 2-1 victory over McDaniel. Dickinson kept up the heat on the Jays with a 1-0 win over Muhlenberg.
Johns Hopkins M Sean Coleman and Franklin & Marshall freshman GK T.J. White were named the Conference's Players of the Week for the week ending October 22. The latest weekly polls can also be found here.
Johns Hopkins remained on top of the Conference standings with a 2-0 win at Swarthmore. Muhlenberg took a big step toward a first-round tourney bye with a victory at Gettysburg. Elsewhere, Dickinson and F&M posted shutout wins while Haverford edged McDaniel in overtime.
It's the next-to-last weekend of regular season play in field hockey, soccer and volleyball in the Conference and each game takes on extra importance. Also, it's the North vs. the South on the gridiron at Gettysburg.
Ursinus senior forward Chris Polster and Dickinson junior goalkeeper Cody Hickok were named the Conference's Players of the Week for the week ending October 15. Also included are the latest NCAA, NSCAA and D3soccer.com rankings.
The Conference standings were shaken up Saturday as Johns Hopkins and Swarthmore both suffered defeats. The Blue Jays were blanked at home by Dickinson, 3-0, while the Garnet was upset by Ursinus, 2-1. Elsewhere, Haverford and McDaniel posted shutout victories over Gettysburg and Washington College, while Muhlenberg upended F&M.