College

December 12, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

Just a couple of local players have been selected to this high honor, both went to play out of state, one with the #1 team in the tourney, the other with the #2, both play at least one game this weekend, both may play a pair.

Dylan Nealis of Massapequa, it is a year for 2's for the player out of Massapequa, he is a 2 time Big East Defensive Player of the Year, a 2 time 1st team All Region Player for United Soccer Coaches as his team the Georgetown Hoyas are ranked #2 and one of the final 3 in the running for the MAC Herman Trophy.

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December 12, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

The final for this level is today, I am surprised given the successof some local programs, more players from them are not listed? In total 72 players, 35 men 37 women have been honored here, UCLA-SD player Naralie Saddic had been tabbed for the 3rd as overall 11 now have their 2nd nods. All will be honored Jan. 18 at the USC Convention during their All-Ameriacan Ceremony & Receptiion, Sat. Jan. 18.

Players with local ties are listed below:

Adelphi University: Paolo Marciano, First Team

Manuel Achondo: Mercy College, 2nd time Third Team

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December 7, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

The staffs, 48 total were announced over NCAA D1,2, & 3. During the USC Convention in Baltimore on Jan. 16 they will be recognized. These same staffs are now on the ballor for National Staff of the Year in their division of NCAA soccer. Others on the ballots will be those who advance to the NCAA semis. Below is a listing of both local schools and those we have ties to, school and HC.

NJIT:Fernando Barboto

Indiana University: Todd Yeagley

Adelphi University: Gary Book

John Carroll University: Hector Marinaro

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November 26, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

In NJCAA Rankings Monroe-New Rochelle has a great 1,2 punch with the Men being tops in the nation and the Women #2, the best in the Women's game was Tyler Junior College.

NCCAA had the Women's game as #1, Bob Jones University, for the Men, the best program was Pensacola Christian College.

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November 26, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

The top award in soccer is the Hermann, 15 are still in the running from the women's game as the voting by NCAA D I women's coaches has been tabulated. World Wide Technology presents this award as it has been done since 1967, Catarina Macario of Stanford, again in the running and just a junior along with Andrew Gutman of Indiana, the most recent honorees. Fri. Dec. 6, with the Women's College Cup in San Jose CA, the 3 finalists will be revealed. This year, the banquet will be at the MAC in St. Louis Jan. 3. Below are the final 15 in school order.

Rutgers:           Amirah Ali

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