Men's Soccer

Home of the Brave

Fourteen years ago, Julio Luevano embarked on a covert journey across the Mexican border to settle in a humble Indiana town. Now, his days are filled with maintenance work, family, soccer and studying for a degree finally within his reach.

One of the boys

Brady Antaya gives as much as he gets from Merrimack soccer, where his teammates know him as a Warrior.

Nick Harriott
Nick Harriott: Soccer opened doors for education and success

For Nicholas Harriott, playing soccer was more than sport. It was a transformational opportunity to overcome life’s hardships.

Nick Harriott
Nick Harriott: Soccer opened doors for education and success

For Nicholas Harriott, playing soccer was more than sport. It was a transformational opportunity to overcome life’s hardships.

Coaching in the classroom

Suffolk University sports marketing professor Catherine McCabe understands how to connect with the student-athletes she teaches because she used to be one of them.

A model of strength

Battling back from cancer, Jon DeCasanova inspired teammates and hundreds of marrow donors.

Athlete’s advocacy leads the way for LGBTQ

Named after a fictional lawyer who stood up for what he believed in, Cornell’s Atticus DeProspo is following in similar footsteps.

Southern New Hampshire University men’s soccer student-athlete reprimanded for misconduct

Southern New Hampshire University men’s soccer student-athlete Mohamed Toufik received a public reprimand and penalties for misconduct during the 2013 NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Championship. The Division II Men’s Soccer committee found...

Carson-Newman University men’s soccer student-athletes reprimanded for misconduct

A public reprimand and certain penalties have been issued for Carson-Newman University men’s soccer student-athletes Matheus Bachi, Joao Pedro Dowsley, and Rurik Pereira for misconduct during the 2013 NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer...

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