St. Marys College of Marylands Kevin Seeger was voted by the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) mens soccer coaches as the 2007 CAC Rookie-of-the-Year as announced by CAC officials Tuesday afternoon.
The Capital Athletic Conference Quarterfinal match between fourth-seeded Wesley College and fifth-seeded St. Marys College of Maryland was decided by penalty kicks after the two teams played to a 1-1 draw following 90 minutes of regulation and two 10-minute overtime periods Saturday night.
The St. Marys College of Maryland mens soccer team had no trouble in improving to 5-3 in Capital Athletic Conference action as the Seahawks posted an 11-1 victory over Gallaudet University Tuesday afternoon.
Brian Tweed scored the would-be game-winner in the 19th minute to lead Christopher Newport University past the St. Marys College of Maryland mens soccer team, 1-0, in non-conference action Saturday night.
Misha Simon headed in the golden goal with 43 seconds remaining in the first overtime period as St. Marys College of Maryland handed Salisbury University a 2-1 overtime setback in Capital Athletic Conference mens soccer action Saturday afternoon.
Mikael Tigrett connected on his second penalty kick of the season, giving the St. Marys College of Maryland mens soccer team a 1-0 victory over Randolph-Macon College in non-conference action Wednesday afternoon.
The St. Marys College of Maryland mens soccer teams three-game win streak came to an end Saturday afternoon as the Seahawks dropped a 2-1 overtime decision to No. 6 York (Pa.) College in Capital Athletic Conference action.
In Capital Athletic Conference mens soccer action today, St. Marys College of Maryland posted a 3-1 victory over Hood College en route to their third consecutive triumph. The Seahawks have outscored their opponents 8-2 during this three-game win streak.
The St. Marys College of Maryland mens soccer team halted their four-game losing streak and snapped their three-game scoring drought with a 4-1 win over non-conference opponent, Bridgewater (Va.) College, Wednesday afternoon.
The University of Mary Washington mens soccer team used two goals in a nine-minute span in the first half to blank St. Marys College of Maryland, 2-0, in Capital Athletic Conference action Wednesday afternoon.
Brian McCann netted what proved to be the game-winner just two minutes into the second half, giving the Wesley College mens soccer team a 1-0 victory over St. Marys College of Maryland in Capital Athletic Conference action Saturday afternoon.
Michael Bonesteel headed the ball to the feet of Pat Christmas who booted it to the left side of the goal, giving the Swarthmore College mens soccer team a 2-1 double overtime victory over St. Marys College of Maryland in non-conference action on Wednesday evening.
Mikael Tigrett netted the would-be game-winning goal at 83:17, giving the St. Marys College of Maryland mens soccer team a 2-1 Capital Athletic Conference victory over Marymount (Va.) University on Saturday afternoon and snapping their two-game losing streak.
Freshman midfielder Scott Bukoski (Sagamore, Mass./Bourne) notched his first career two-goal game as Bukoski led ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins University to a 3-0 shutout of St. Marys College of Maryland mens soccer team in non-conference action Wednesday afternoon.
The St. Marys College of Maryland mens soccer team had their record evened at 1-1 with a 5-1 loss on Sunday afternoon to Elmhurst College in their second and final game at the Eighth Annual Elmer Lord Classic hosted by Salisbury University.
The St. Mary's College of Maryland men's soccer team took on Shenandoah University in the second game of the Eighth Annual Elmer Lord Classic hosted by Salisbury University Saturday afternoon. The Seahawks had an extensive preseason and looked to get their 2007 season underway with a bang. After watching Salisbury battle to a scoreless tie with Elmhurst College, the Hawks took to the field focused and ready.
The end is in sight for the St. Marys College of Maryland men's soccer team as their England trip comes to an end. After a long Sunday, the boys were up early to take their last full day in England by the horns.
Reality kicked in for the St. Mary's College of Maryland men's soccer team on August 12 no, they did not lose, but the typical English weather returned. Getting up for their match against Heywood St. James, the Seahawks discovered that it was in the high 50s and raining. The excitement of the Oldham vs. Swansea match that they attended the day before was all slightly dampened by the bad weather. But they had to carry on and that they did.
So far on their travels, the St. Marys College of Maryland mens soccer team could not have asked for anything better. Fantastic weather, good food, taking in Manchester City vs. Valencia, and going to Manchester United's Old Trafford for a tour. However, the team's arrival into a cold, damp Glasgow threatened the positive atmosphere a bit. Fortunately, a few hours later, the clouds burned off and order was restored.
On a pleasant day in Hartwick, a suburb of Manchester, the St. Marys College of Maryland men's soccer team kicked off their 2007 preseason with a match against Curson Ashton on August 5. The match would serve as a barometer for the coaches and players to see where they needed to pick up following last season. On a synthetic turf field, the two teams played three thirty-minute periods to give all the players an opportunity to get a good run in.