College

December 20, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

A total of 67 teams were awared this at different level. Platinum is for those not receiving any cards, all season long. Gold, silver & Bronze is determined by a percentage calcualted by the total number of cards issed divided by the number of games played. Yes NY even Long Island had a few in this list. States are not listed, so it is possible the school is the same name but not a local school others as the coach is known it is certain. Some would not see this as good thing, teams not playing with heart effort etc.

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December 18, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

New inductees for this HOF will be Susan Ellis & John Kerr Jr. of Chapel Hill, Sandra Serafini of Durham, Duke University's Men's Program & the 1996 Greensboro United Soccer Association Navy Capture Girls soccer team to the National Champions Hall of Honor within the HOF. The 22nd edition of this event takes place Jan. 26 at the Marriott Winston-Salem. now for the inductees:

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December 16, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

This massive group of soccer coaches has named a pair of local players to this list. NCAA D III player from East Hampton Nick West plays for Messiah College. The Youth Boys player is no surprise as Giovani Reyna of NYCFC was tagged to that great honor.

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December 15, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Here we have the winners from NCAA, NAIA, NCCAA, & JUCO soccer programs, 11 of the 14 were the natiohnal or divisional winners in 20018 & 2 more getting to the national semis.

2018 National Staffs of the Year:

NCAA DI men: St Mary's, CA

NCAA DI women: Georgetown

NCAA DII men: Barry U.

NCAA DII women: University of Bridgeport

NCAA DIII men: Tufts U.

NCAA DIII women: Washington U., MO

NAIA men: Central Methodist U.

NAIA women: EIll Carey U.

NCCAA men:Southwestern Christian U.

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December 11, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

With the same criteria as the other Scholar All-Americans we named earlier today there are a pair with local ties to be named in DI. From a line of soccer players in his family, Hofstra Senior Defender, Sean Nealis of Massapequa was selected with his almost perfect 3.7 in the demanding Accounting program out of Hofstra. Columbia also had one Lion maned or rather named, Dylan Castanheira possibly a student of former USSF prez., Sunil Gulati in being an Economics student  carrying a 3.43 GPA.

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