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    • November 16, 2015 5:02 AM EST
    • Soccer

      D I Quarter Finals

      2 goals by Brian Shannon paced the Force of Charter to a 5-2 win over the Riders of Caesar Rodney.

       

      1 goal each by Drew Mulcahy, Zach Gelof and a Sussex Tech own goal paced the Vikings of Cape Henlopen to a 3-1 win over the Ravens of Sussex Tech.

       

      D II Quarter Finals

       

      Mike Mochiam’s only goal of the contest paced the Indians of Indian River to a 1-0 win over the Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy.

       

      Caravel defeats St. Marks on Penalty Kicks 1-0 Caravel 4 St. Marks in Penalty Kicks.

       

      1 goal each by Mike Siegfried and the gamewinner in overtime by Drew Manning paced the Hillers of Tower Hill to a 2-1 win over the Hawks of St. Georges.

       


      2015 DIAA Boys Soccer Games

      Division I Semi Finals

      1 goal each by Brian Shannon along with the game winning goal in overtime by Nolan Constantine paced the Force of Charter to a 2-1 win over the Jaguars of Appoquinimink. Yusef Basma scored the only goal for the Jags.

       

      In the other semi final round Gavin Ford’s only goal of the contest paced the Sals of Salesianum to a 1-0 win over the Vikings of Cape Henlopen.

       

      1 goal each by Trevor Claire and Gavin Ford paced the Sals of Salesianum to their 6th DIAA Straight Soccer Title by defeating Charter 2-0

       

      Division II Semi Finals

      Mikie Mochiam’s 2 goal performance paced the Indians of Indian River to a 2-0 win over the Auks of Archmere Academy.

       

      1 goal each by Matthew Sengphachach, Thomas Wilcox, Cole Lewis and Brendan Dawson paced the Bucs of Caravel to a 4-2 win over the Hillers of Tower Hill.  Stephen Siegfried scored 2 goals for the Hillers.

       

      D II Final Edgar Cruz’s first half of the contest to pace the Indians of Indian River to a 1-0 win over the Bucs of Caravel and claim their 2nd Division II Soccer Title.

       

    • November 13, 2015 12:46 AM EST


    • SUBJECT: Jamie Burridge Produces Wild Finish as Wilmington Men's Soccer Advances to NCAA Tournament Second Round with 4-3 Overtime Victory over Adelphi
      DATE: November 12, 2015
      djl
      BROOKVILLE, N.Y. - - Following an exhausting second half which featured five goals between the two teams, the sixth seeded Wilmington University men's soccer team didn't waste any time in the first overtime period, as Jamie Burridge buried a rebound opportunity just 30 seconds into the frame to defeat third seeded Adelphi, 4-3, in the first round of the NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament on Thursday afternoon at LIU Post.
      The win capped the second ever victory in the NCAA Tournament for the Wildcats (15-5), as they also won in the First Round in 2013. This is the third NCAA Tournament appearance for the Wildcats and the team has advanced to the second round in all three appearances. The team earned a First Round bye in their first ever appearance in 2009.
      The Wildcats will meet second seeded and host LIU Post on Saturday for the Second Round contest on Saturday at 1 p.m.
      The overtime winner wouldn't have come if it weren't for a late match comeback to tie the game, 3-3. The Wildcats scored first, eventually taking a lead into the halftime break, 1-0. But every time the Wildcats scored, the Panthers (13-5-3) followed suit with a game-tying goal, eventually taking a 3-2 lead in the 72nd minute with back-to-back goals. The Wildcats battled back to tie the match, 3-3, in the 77th minute.
      Senior Lance Berry led the offense on Thursday, scoring twice while adding an assist on the game's first goal. Berry scored the team's second goal to make it 2-1 in the 56th minute, tied the match in the 77th minute, and then put the blast on frame in overtime that was saved, but caromed right to Burridge.
      Clifford Nwechefom got the scoring started for the Wildcats in the 24th minute, as he headed home a hard cross from the right side by Berry. He gave the Wildcats the 1-0 halftime lead as the teams tied, 5-5, in shots.
      Adelphi tied the match in the 52nd minute on a header of its own before Berry responded with his first in the 56th minute. Berry had the ball fall right in his lap atop the 18-yard box, as the Panther's goalkeeper and defender knocked into each other on a miscommunication play.
      But Adelphi didn't back down, tying the match in the 64th minute before taking its lone lead of the game in the 72nd minute. Caelan Hueber was left all alone on the six-yard box as he chested a ball down to himself before slotting it home.
      But Berry responded for the Wildcats, as he was left alone on the back post in the 77th minute, somehow getting a ball at his feet after a cross from Juan Bernal couldn't be cleared.
      Adelphi started with the ball in the overtime period, but the Wildcats quickly won possession and fed Berry on the right side with space. He took a low screamer from 30 yards out that was initially saved, but Burridge came charging in to clean up the rebound just 30 seconds into the session.
      Vinny Tasca made four saves for the Wildcats, including back-to-back stops from point black range as the first half was coming to a close. The Wildcats led in shots, 13-11, but Adelphi earned more corners, 4-3, in the match.
      Saturday's second round game will also be played at the Pioneer Soccer Park and is scheduled for a 1:00 p.m. opening whistle.

      Wilmington University Mission

      Wilmington University is committed to excellence in teaching, relevancy of the curriculum, and individual attention to students. As an institution with admissions policies that provide access for all, it offers opportunity for higher education to students of varying ages, interests, and aspirations.

      The university provides a range of exemplary career-oriented undergraduate and graduate degree programs for a growing and diverse student population. It delivers these programs at locations and times convenient to students and at an affordable price. A highly qualified full-time faculty works closely with part-time faculty drawn from the workplace to ensure that the university’s programs prepare students to begin or continue their career, improve their competitiveness in the job market, and engage in lifelong learning.

       

    • November 7, 2015 2:44 AM EST
    • The 2015 DIAA Boys’ Soccer Division I and Division II State Tournament brackets were released on Friday afternoon.
      Division I
      The Division I bracket is topped by the Appoquinimink Jaguars (14-1) who earned the no. 1 overall seed in the 8-team tournament which kicks off on Saturday, November 14.
      The first round will be played at two locations, Smyrna High School and Milford High School.
      Division I First Round
      Saturday, Nov. 14
      @ Smyrna High School
      Charter School of Wilmington (4) v. Caesar Rodney (5) 5 p.m.
      Appoquinimink (1) v. Newark (8) 7 p.m.
      @ Milford High School
      Salesianum (2) v. Polytech (7) 5 p.m.
      Cape Henlopen (3) v. Sussex Tech (6) 7 p.m.
      All remaining rounds of the Division I state tournament will be played at Smyrna High beginning with the semifinal round on Wednesday, Nov. 18, followed by the championship on Saturday, Nov. 21.
      Division II
      St. Andrew’s (12-3) earned the no.1 overall seed in the DIAA Division II Boys’ Soccer Tournament which kicks off with the first round on Tuesday, Nov. 10 and Wednesday, Nov. 11.
      St. Andrew’s (1), Caravel Academy (2), Tower Hill (3), and Delaware Military Academy all receive first-round byes in the 12-team Division II Tournament.
      Division II First Round
      Tuesday, Nov. 10
      @ Dover High School
      Archmere (8) v. Milford (9) 6 p.m.
      Indian River (5) v. Brandywine (12) 8 p.m.
      Wednesday, Nov. 11
      @ Caravel Academy
      St. Georges Tech (6) v. St. Elizabeth (11) 6 p.m.
      St. Marks (7) v. Hodgson (10) 8 p.m.
      Quarterfinal Round
      Saturday, Nov. 14
      @ Dover High School
      DMA (4) v. Winner of Indian River (5)/Brandywine (12) 5 p.m.
      St. Andrew’s (1) v. Winner of Archmere (8)/Milford (9) 7 p.m.
      @ Appoquinimink High School
      Tower Hill (3) v. Winner of St. Georges Tech (6)/St. Elizabeth (11) 5 p.m.
      Caravel Academy (2) v. Winner of St. Mark’s (7)/Hodgson (10) 7 p.m.
      The Division II Semifinal Round will be played at Appoquinimink High School on Wednesday, Nov. 18 followed by the Championship Game on Saturday, Nov. 21 at Smyrna High School.

    • November 5, 2015 4:45 PM EST
    • SUBJECT: Fourth Seeded Chestnut Hill Shocks Top Seeded Wilmington, 2-1, in Overtime of CACC Tournament Semifinal
      DATE: November 5, 2015
      djl
      WATERBURY, Conn. - - A penalty kick in the 96th minute sank the top seeded Wilmington University men's soccer team, as fourth seeded Chestnut Hill came back to steal a 2-1 victory in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Semifinal on Thursday afternoon at Municipal Stadium.
      The loss knocks the Wildcats (14-5) from the CACC Tournament and now they will have to depend on the NCAA committee to put them into the NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament. The NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Selection Show is Monday night at 6:00 p.m.
      The Wildcats outshot the Griffins (8-6-3), 23-10, for the match, including a 12-4 outpouring in the second half. But the Wildcats could only find the back of the net once and it came in the 23rd minute of action.
      Lance Berry played a cross from the right side, just far out enough that the Griffin keeper couldn't cut it off. He connected with a charging Josh Fawssett who one-timed it past the diving keeper and into the back of the net for his sixth goal of the year 22:46 into the match.
      The Wildcats outshot the Griffins, 4-1, the rest of the first half, including a pair of shots from Berry that were saved by the Griffins' James Jackson.
      The Griffins came out of the halftime break on a mission to tie the game, earning a corner right off the whistle. An ensuing header sailed high before the Griffins' second shot of the half beat Wilmington goalkeeper Frank Hall. Nicholas Jaffe beat his defender and his low shot beat Hall to his right side, tying the match, 1-1, in the 52nd minute.
      Following the goal, the Wildcats outshot the Griffins 12-2 in the remainder of the second half, forcing Jackson into four saves. Juan Bernal's rip in the 82nd minute figured to be the hardest save of the half for Jackson.
      As the game went into the overtime period, the Wildcats again had more opportunities, as Geoff Velasquez got off a toe-poke shot that Jackson saved and Joe Boulter gave the offense another chance with a corner. But Jackson punched the ball away and the Griffins countered.
      Nils Fussen split a pair of Wildcat defenders and got into the box. Trying to shield off Fussen, the Wildcats clipped him and the ref awarded a penalty kick. Jaffe stepped up and converted his second penalty-kick of the season for the game-winner 5:24 into the overtime session.
      Hall recorded to saves for the Wildcats while Jackson came away with eight stops for the Griffins.
      The Griffins advance to the CACC Tournament Championship on Saturday as they play the winner of the Post/Bloomfield match.
      The NCAA Division II Men's Selection Show will be streamed online at NCAA.com on Monday night.

      Wilmington University Mission

      Wilmington University is committed to excellence in teaching, relevancy of the curriculum, and individual attention to students. As an institution with admissions policies that provide access for all, it offers opportunity for higher education to students of varying ages, interests, and aspirations.

      The university provides a range of exemplary career-oriented undergraduate and graduate degree programs for a growing and diverse student population. It delivers these programs at locations and times convenient to students and at an affordable price. A highly qualified full-time faculty works closely with part-time faculty drawn from the workplace to ensure that the university’s programs prepare students to begin or continue their career, improve their competitiveness in the job market, and engage in lifelong learning.

       

    • November 3, 2015 5:12 PM EST
    • Goldey-Beacom Women’s Soccer Falls at Georgian Court in CACC Quarterfinals

       

      Goldey-Beacom’s second straight foray into the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament ended on a sour note, dropping a 4-1 quarterfinal contest at top-seeded Georgian Court in Lakewood, NJ.

       

      Eighth-seeded GBC was making its second straight appearance in the CACC Tournament, a first for the program since going four consecutive years from 2003-06.  The last of those seasons also resulted in an opening-game loss at Georgian Court.

       

      The teams played the first quarter of the match at a stalemate before the Lions erased their goose egg in the 23rd minute.  Tori Capestro put a corner kick in the box that Morgan Peacock headed in for the first of her three goals.

       

      Peacock got her second of the match in the 31st minute to make it 2-0.  Capestro this time put a cross in the box and Peacock again was on it, heading it to the back of the net.

       

      The Lightning (8-10) got back into the match in the 49th minute courtesy of sophomore Amy Runciman (Luton, England), a first team all-conference pick, netting her 10th goal of the season.  Sophomore Kelsey Vick (Clarksboro, NJ/Paul VI) put a cross inside that Runciman got a touch on for a 2-1 deficit.

       

      Runciman’s 10th goal this season is tied for sixth best in school history and her 30 points are fourth.  Her 12th career goal puts her three outside the top 10 and her 40 points has her 10th in GBC annals.

       

      But Georgian Court restored the two-goal margin in the 55th minute as CACC Player of the Year Lizzy Kroon picked up a loose ball in the box and found pay dirt for her 18th goal of the season.

       

      Peacock completed her hat trick with 56 seconds left, heading in another corner kick from Capestro for the final.

       

      Kroon had seven shots and Casey O’Connor made four saves for the Lions (15-2-2).

       

      Runciman and junior Jane Grimley (Franklinville, NJ/Delsea) attempted two shots apiece and junior Cindell Aguirre (El Paso, TX) ended with 10 saves, one off her career high.

       

       

       

      Derek Crudele
      Sports Information Specialist
      crudele@gbc.edu | (302) 225-6330

      Goldey-Beacom College | www.gbc.edu
      4701 Limestone Road, Wilmington, DE 19808
              

       

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    • November 3, 2015 5:10 PM EST
    • ATE: November 3, 2015
      djl
      NEWARK, Del. - - A fierce comeback fell just short for the Wilmington University women's soccer team in a 2-1 loss to Caldwell in the First Round of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament on Tuesday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex.
      With the loss, the fourth seeded Wildcats close their season at 10-8 overall; a four game improvement from a season ago. Fifth seeded Caldwell (10-8-1) advance to the CACC Tournament Semifinals on Thursday where the Cougars face top seeded Georgian Court at Post University.
      Trailing 2-0, the Wildcats attempted to make a late game comeback as Carin Essex-Arline cut the deficit in half in the 82nd minute. Kellie MacIntosh found Essex-Arline charging into the box and the sophomore did the rest, scoring with a hard low shot from 16 yards out.
      The Wildcats had ample opportunities to tie the game late, but shots from Loran Wyrough and MacIntosh both sailed wide left of the goal frame.
      Caldwell got on the board in the first half in the 24th minute as the Wildcats defense couldn't quite get the ball out of the penalty area. The ball popped loose on a scramble and right to Caldwell's Sarina Soriano who buried it from close range for her seventh goal of the season.
      The Wildcats put the final three shots of the half on the board, but Caldwell's Mary Kanzler saved two while the third was high.
      Caldwell came out strong in the second half, getting off the first nine shots of the second frame. Despite pressure in the offensive third during that same time, the Wildcats couldn't get the final touch to get a shot off.
      It was the eighth shot of the half that seemed to break the back of the Wildcats, as Caldwell's Kelly Folk was on the doorstep to clean up a breakaway by Gianna Klucker. Klucker's initial shot was saved by Wilmington netminder Kierstyn Williams, but the rebounds bounced right to Folk who buried it for the 2-0 lead in the 78th minute.
      Caldwell outshot the Wildcats, 12-6, while also earning more corners, 3-2, in the match. Williams recorded seven saves for the Wildcats while Kanzler came up with two stops for the Cougars.
      The fourth place finish in the CACC standings was the best finish for the women's soccer team since winning the CACC Regular Season Championship in 2012.

      Wilmington University Mission

      Wilmington University is committed to excellence in teaching, relevancy of the curriculum, and individual attention to students. As an institution with admissions policies that provide access for all, it offers opportunity for higher education to students of varying ages, interests, and aspirations.

      The university provides a range of exemplary career-oriented undergraduate and graduate degree programs for a growing and diverse student population. It delivers these programs at locations and times convenient to students and at an affordable price. A highly qualified full-time faculty works closely with part-time faculty drawn from the workplace to ensure that the university’s programs prepare students to begin or continue their career, improve their competitiveness in the job market, and engage in lifelong learning.

       

    • November 2, 2015 11:56 PM EST
    • Soccer 11-2-15

      1 goal by Wilmer Gonzalez Perez for Laurel and 1 goal by Pierre Madeus for Seaford played to a 1-1 tie.

      2 goals by Justin Carroll paced the Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy to a 5-0 win over the Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant.

      2 goals by Edgar Rossier paced the Cougars of Delcastle to a 7-1 win over the Vikings of Christiana.

      Soccer 11-3-15

      2 goals by John Bachman Paternoster paced the Warriors of Sanford to a 4-1 win over Wilmington Christian School.

      2 goals by Lance Ksiazek paced the Jaguars of Appoquinimink to a 3-0 win over the Colonials of William Penn.

      2 goals by Trevor Claire paced the Sals of Salesianum to a 4-0 win over the Cavaliers of Middletown.

      2 goals by Carter Burris and Donald Tingle paced the Ravens of Sussex Tech to a 7-1 win over St Georges.

      1 goal each by Matthew Theodorakis and Michael Scalia paced the St. Marks Spartans to a 2-0 win over the Golden Knights of Sussex Central.

      It was a tight game with Red Lions Bryce Magee striking first in the 9th minute with a fantastic assist by Jake Stollings. Concord came out strong in the second half evening ths score 2 minutes in. But a lot of pressure by the Red Lion offense was able to force an own goal and take the win!

      1 goal by Brandon Pelligrini, Jacob Coale and Diego Guzman paced the Yellowjackets of Newark to a 3-1 win over the Silver Eagles of Hodgson.

      3 goals by Itunu Ogundipe paced the Bulldogs of Brandywine to a 7-0 win over the Redskins of Conrad.

      1 goal each by Owen Johansson, Kevin Ericksen, Nolan Constantine and Eamon O Connor paced the Force of Charter School to a 4-0 win over the Auks of Archmere.

      Mike Mochiam’s overtime goal paced the Indians of Indian River to a 1-0 win over the Vikings of Cape Henlopen.

      2 goals by Wilian Velasquez paced the Blue Raiders of Woodbridge to a 4-0 win over the Eagles of Smyrna.

      Soccer

      11-5-15

      2 goals by Benji Schwartz paced the Buccaneers of Caravel to a 6-2 win over the Senators of Dover.

      2 goals by Benjamin Cahill paced the Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant to a 2-0 win over the Tigers of Alexis I Dupont.

      Brian Shannon’s only goal paced the Force of Charter to a 1-0 win over the Yellowjackets of Newark.

      2 goals by Joshua O Donnel paced the Vikings of St. Elizabeth to a 5-0 win over the Warriors of Wilmington Christian.

       

    • November 2, 2015 5:01 PM EST


    • Goldey-Beacom Men’s Soccer Ends Season With Loss in CACC Quarterfinals

       

      Goldey-Beacom gave up an early goal in both halves and despite its best effort, dropped a 4-0 contest at Wilmington (DE) in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference quarterfinals in Newark, DE.

       

      Goldey-Beacom (7-12) entered as a No. 8 seed and was competing in the CACC Tournament for the first time since 2009.  Ironically, it also was an eighth seed that year and played at top-seeded Wilmington (DE) on November 2.

       

      Wilmington (14-4), which earlier this season was nationally ranked and presently is sixth in the East Region, struck 8:15 into the match on a great goal from Lance Berry.  Clifford Nwechefom got the ball up top and fed on the right side to Berry, who ripped one inside the left post for a 1-0 lead.

       

      GBC still was optimistic heading out of the break down just one goal and looked to get the equalizer.  But the Wildcats squashed that 6:40 into the second half when Nwechefom took advantage of a bad clear and found the back of the net for his team-leading 17th goal of the year and a 2-0 margin.

       

      Berry netted his second of the match and 13th of the year in the 56th minute, followed by Morgan Shutter scoring in the 78th minute for the final.

       

      Berry took five shots with Joe Boulter and Juan Bernal getting three each for Wilmington, which posted a 21-8 shots edge that included 12-5 in the second half.  Frank Hall ended with five saves.

       

      Freshman Chahin Aghrim (Bonn, Germany) fired three shots and Suhail Busmilla (Johannesburg, South Africa) closed his sensational freshman campaign today by totaling six saves.

       

       

       

      Derek Crudele
      Sports Information Specialist
      crudele@gbc.edu | (302) 225-6330

      Goldey-Beacom College | www.gbc.edu
      4701 Limestone Road, Wilmington, DE 19808
              

       

      IMPORTANT: This communication and any files transmitted with it (the "Communication") is sent on behalf of Goldey-Beacom College and may be privileged or confidential. The Communication is intended solely for the intended recipient(s) or entity(ies) to which it is addressed and additionally should not be forwarded except in the course of legitimate Goldey-Beacom College business. If you are not the intended recipient or believe that you may have received this Communication in error, you may not disclose, copy, print, distribute, or otherwise use this Communication. Please indicate to the sender that you have received this Communication in error, forward a copy of this Communication to hr@gbc.edu indicating that you received it in error, and then delete this Communication and any copies thereof. Thank you.

       

    • November 2, 2015 5:00 PM EST


    • Goldey-Beacom’s Amy Runciman Named First Team All-CACC for Women’s Soccer

       

      Another solid year for Goldey-Beacom sophomore Amy Runciman (Luton, England) finally got her just due as she was named first team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference for women’s soccer.

       

      Runciman has been one of the squad’s most reliable and consistent players, displaying great scoring touch and solid leadership.  She is eighth in the country with 10 assists, 40th with 20 points, tied for 86th with nine goals and has a point in five of her last six contests.

       

      Among her top games this season included a hat trick to go with an assist October 1 vs. Chowan, three assists vs. Dominican (NY) on October 17 and two goals with an assist against Bloomfield on October 24.  She has a point in 10 of the Lightning’s 17 contests this year.

       

      The record book has Runciman’s name all over the place.  This season, she is tied for sixth in team history with nine goals, tied for third with 10 assists and fourth with 28 points.  For her career, Runciman’s 16 assists are tied for third and her 38 points puts her tied for ninth.

       

      All of this has GBC (8-9, 5-7 CACC) in the conference tournament for a second straight year.  It is the first time this has happened since the squad went four consecutive seasons from 2003-06.

       

      Goldey-Beacom is the No. 8 seed and will visit top-seeded Georgian Court in the quarterfinals on Tuesday at 2:00 pm in Lakewood, NJ.

       

       

      Derek Crudele
      Sports Information Specialist
      crudele@gbc.edu | (302) 225-6330

      Goldey-Beacom College | www.gbc.edu
      4701 Limestone Road, Wilmington, DE 19808
              

       

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    • October 29, 2015 7:52 PM EDT


    • Goldey-Beacom Men’s Soccer Rolls to 3-0 Victory Over Holy Family

       

      Goldey-Beacom dominated Holy Family from the opening whistle and cruised to a 3-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory over Holy Family in Wilmington, DE to end the regular season.

       

      Sophomore Alvaro Martinez (Zaragoza, Spain) got things going for the Lightning with his second goal of the season.  He took a deflection from sophomore Manuel Berto (Valencia, Spain) and knocked in a 10-yard shot in the 14th minute for a 1-0 lead.

       

      Sophomore Mateus Silvestre (Picarras, Brazil) continued his standout campaign in the 32nd minute, banging home a 15-yard shot for a 2-0 margin and his third goal of the year.

       

      GBC added an insurance marker in the 80th minute when sophomore Omar Hernandez (West Grove, PA/Avon Grove) fed a great ball to freshman Callum Flynn (Guildford, England), who calmly found the back of the net for his first collegiate goal.

       

      Not to be forgotten was the great play of freshman goalkeeper Suhail Bismilla (Johannesburg, South Africa), who came up with seven saves that included many incredible stops.  He now has 66 saves this season, good for eighth best in school history.

       

      Silvestre and junior Rerom Delys (Vila Velha, Brazil) each had three shots for the Lightning, who posted a 14-10 shots edge.

       

      Mariano Cepeda fired three shots and Richard Ongaro came up with three saves over 31 minutes for the Tigers (5-12-1, 5-7 CACC).

       

      The win kept GBC (7-11, 5-7) alive in its hope of making the CACC Tournament, but it will have to sit and scoreboard watch.  In order to make it, Georgian Court must lose its game Saturday morning at Caldwell and Nyack must either lose or tie its game Friday to Post.

       

       

       

       

      Derek Crudele
      Sports Information Specialist
      crudele@gbc.edu | (302) 225-6330

      Goldey-Beacom College | www.gbc.edu
      4701 Limestone Road, Wilmington, DE 19808
              

       

      IMPORTANT: This communication and any files transmitted with it (the "Communication") is sent on behalf of Goldey-Beacom College and may be privileged or confidential. The Communication is intended solely for the intended recipient(s) or entity(ies) to which it is addressed and additionally should not be forwarded except in the course of legitimate Goldey-Beacom College business. If you are not the intended recipient or believe that you may have received this Communication in error, you may not disclose, copy, print, distribute, or otherwise use this Communication. Please indicate to the sender that you have received this Communication in error, forward a copy of this Communication to hr@gbc.edu indicating that you received it in error, and then delete this Communication and any copies thereof. Thank you.



    • October 29, 2015 7:45 PM EDT


    • SUBJECT: Wilmington Men's Soccer Captures CACC Regular Season Crown With 7-0 Victory at Georgian Court in Regular Season Finale
      DATE: October 29, 2015
      djl
      LAKEWOOD, N.J. - - The Wilmington University men's soccer team captured it second ever Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Regular Season Championship with a 7-0 victory in the regular season finale at Georgian Court on Thursday afternoon.
      The Wildcats (14-2, 9-2 CACC) used nine different point getters to snap a two-game losing streak and capture sole possession of the CACC Regular Season Championship for the first time since 2009. The Wildcats already had the No. 1 seed in next weeks CACC Tournament wrapped up, but needed at least a point today to ensure sole possession of the regular season crown.
      With the loss, Georgian Court (7-6-2, 4-4-2 CACC) must win at Caldwell on Friday afternoon to earn a spot in the CACC Tournament.
      The scoring started early for the Wildcats, as they quickly gained a 3-0 lead in the first 14 minutes of play, with all three goals coming in a span of 6:03. Senior Lance Berry opened the scoring with his 10th goal of the year, heading home a corner quick opportunity from Geoff Velasquez just 7:56 into the match.
      The teams leading goal scorer, Clifford Nwechefom was up to the task three minutes later, as he converted a back heel pass from Berry into this 15th goal of the year 10:56 into the match. Berry was at it again moments later, as he found the back of the net once again on a header, this time being the recipient of a cross form the left side from Velasquez 13:59 into the match for his 11th of the season.
      Not to be out done, Nwechefom responded with his second goal of the game in the 30th minute, getting on the end of a cross from Adrian Tash to tally his 16th of the season. The Wildcats went into the halftime break leading 4-0.
      Three different Wildcats recorded goals in the second half, as Steven O'Connor connected for his fifth of the season in the 51st minute. Senior defender Jo Woodley got in on the scoring action, scoring his first collegiate career goal in the 69th minute, finishing the end of the free kick from Joe Boulter. Junior Morgan Shutter tallied his first goal as a Wildcat in the 75th minute, capping the scoring on a breakaway from Jamie Burridge.
      The Wildcats outshot the Lions, 20-13, putting nine of those shots on frame. Frank Hall recorded his seventh shut out of the season by making six saves, tying the program mark set by Dan Mangat (2007) and Duhan Malali (2009).
      The Wildcats will host the No. 8 seed in the CACC Tournament First Round on Monday at the WU Athletics Complex, with the No. 8 seed to be determined following Friday's action.
      Since Monday will be a part of the CACC Tournament, admission will be taken at the gate. The fee to enter the WU Athletics Complex will be $6.00 for adults, $3.00 for children and senior citizens. Any Wilmington University student with a valid ID and children under the age of three will be admitted for free.
      The opening whistle is set for 2:00 p.m. on Monday afternoon.

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      The university provides a range of exemplary career-oriented undergraduate and graduate degree programs for a growing and diverse student population. It delivers these programs at locations and times convenient to students and at an affordable price. A highly qualified full-time faculty works closely with part-time faculty drawn from the workplace to ensure that the university’s programs prepare students to begin or continue their career, improve their competitiveness in the job market, and engage in lifelong learning.

       

    • October 29, 2015 3:03 AM EDT

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      SOCCER: HORNETS WRAP UP REGULAR SEASON WITH A SCORELESS TIE AT HOWARD

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      Wed, October 28, 2015

      (Washington, D.C.) – The Delaware State women’s soccer team (6-9-3) wrapped up the 2015 regular season Wednesday night settling for its second consecutive scoreless tie, this time on the road with the Howard Bison (11-7-1).

      With this tie, the Hornets moved to 3-14-1 all-time against HU, whereas Wednesday night’s tie snapped a four-game winning streak for the Bison.

      Throughout the evening, Howard lived up to its calling card on the offensive end, totaling 22 shots, including 11 in the second period.  Coming in, the Bison had 62 goals under their belts, compared to 24 for the Hornets.   

      Nevertheless, DSU was able to keep the Bison scoreless for the fourth time this season, led by goalkeeper Michele Lammers (6-9-3) collecting eight saves.  With this effort, Lammers pushed her yearly shutout total to four, tying Tara McQueene and Katelyn Koslosky for most in DSU single-season history.

      Offensively the Hornets, meanwhile, featured forward Bri Musco registering three out of her squad’s seven shots, including two placed on-goal.  Delaware State was also held scoreless for the ninth time this season.    

      Coming up, the Columbia Blue & Red will head Florence, S.C. to defend their Independent Conference Tournament crown this weekend as the top seed, beginning with the Hampton Pirates on Friday at 4 p.m.  Depending on the outcome, DSU will play the winner or loser of Francis Marion and South Carolina State Sunday afternoon.

        
       
        

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    • October 27, 2015 1:04 AM EDT
    • Soccer 10-26-15

      2 goals by Joseph Bogan for Brandywine and 1 goal by Nick Humann and Jack Andrew Gonsor for Concord each played to a 2-2 tie.

      Soccer 10-27-15

      1 goal each by Naza McMillian for Friends and 1 goal by Steven Siegfried for Tower Hill each played a 1-1 tie.

      1 goal each by Edgar Cruz, Mikie Mochiam, Andrew White, McClain Smith and Johan Cordoba paced the Indians of Indian River to a 5-2 win over the Blue Raiders of Woodbridge.

      3 goals by Galindy Prezeau and 2 by Thomas McPoyle paced the Riders of Caesar Rodney to a 5-1 win over the Panthers of Polytech.

      1 goal each by Brandon Haywood, Martin Amaro and Landis Sleep paced the Conrad Redskins to a 3-2 win over the Tigers of Alexis I DuPont.

      2 goals by Marlon Trejo and Carter Burris paced the Ravens of Sussex Tech to a 6-0 win over the Eagles of Smyrna.

      Davidson Marcellus winning goal in overtime paced the Milford Buccaneers to a 3-2 win over the Delmar Wildcats.

      2 goals by Dongyeon Lee and 2 by Robert Turnbull paced the Cardinals of St. Andrews to a 5-0 win over the Hornets of Tatnall.

      3 goals by Diego Guzman paced the Yellowjackets of Newark to a 9-1 win over Wilmington Christian.

      1 goal by Ryan Shoales, Bryan Hartman, Tommy McGrail paced the Sals of Salesianum to a 3-1 win over the Auks of Archmere.

      2 goals by Albert Zavala paced the Highlanders of McKean to a 6-0 win over the Eagles of Delaware Association of Public Safety and Security.

      2 goals by Jevanni James paced the Colonials of William Penn to a 4-1 win over Glasgow.

      1 goal each by Daniel Rhodes and Daniel Andruzzi paced the Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy to a 2-1 win over Delcastle.

      1 goal each by Brian Shannon and Eric O Connor paced the Force of Charter to a 2-0 win over the Hawks of St. Georges.

      3 goals by Jack Ashby and 2 by Drew Mulcahy paced the Cape Henlopen Vikings to a 8-2 win over the Dover Senators.

      2 goals by Joshua O Donnell paced the Vikings of St. Elizabeth to a 4-0 win over the Rams of Dickinson.

       

      Soccer 10-29-15
       
      1 goal each by Michael Barr, Donald Tingle and Marlon Trejo paced the Ravens of Sussex Tech to a 3-2 win over the Spartans of St. Marks.
       
      1 goal each by Benjamin Glenney and Robert Turnbull paced the Cardinals of St. Andrews to a 2-0 win over the Cavaliers of Middletown.
       
      2 goals by Jacob Coale paced the Yellowjackets of Newark to a 5-0 win over the Dragons of Glasgow.
       
      1 goal by Martin Newswanger and Christopher Carver paced the Vikings of St. Elizabeth to a 2-0 win over the Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant.
       
      2 goals by Juan Carlos Cruz paced the Highlanders of McKean to a 4-3 win over the Raiders of Concord.
       
      1 goal by Naza McMillian and Maxwell Pickles paced the Quakers of Wilmington Friends to a 2-1 win over Red Lion Christian.
       
      2 goals by Johan Cordoba and 2 by Maykun Nunez paced the Indians of Indian River to a 5-1 win over the Blue Jays of Seaford.
       
      Jordan Hutchins only goal of the contest paced the Dover Senators to a 1-0 win over the Blue Raiders of Woodbridge.
       
      1 goal each by Matt Sengpachacha and game winner in overtime by Lucas Partlow paced the Bucs of Caravel to a 2-1 win over the Seahawks of Delaware Military Academy.
       
      2 goals by Kevin Castro paced the Silver Eagles of Hodgson to a 3-0 win over the AI DuPont Tigers.
       
      2 goals by Matthew Mitzel paced the Buccaneers of Milford to a 4-0 win over the Bulldogs of Laurel.
       
      1 goal each by Matthew Dina and Andrew Longhurst paced the Jaguars of Appoquinimink to a 2-1 win over the Riders of Caesar Rodney.
       
      1 goal by Andres Garibay and Andy Bernal paced the Rams of Dickinson to a 2-1 win over the Patriots of Newark Charter School.
       

      Soccer

      10-31-15 3 goals by Patrick Haubert paced the Quakers of Wilmington Friends to a 4-2 win over the Eagles of Smyrna.

       

    • October 24, 2015 7:19 PM EDT
    • oldey-Beacom Women’s Tennis Dealt 5-0 Loss by Concordia (NY) in CACC Semifinals

       

      Goldey-Beacom put up a fight against Concordia (NY) in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference semifinals, but succumbed to a 5-0 loss in Philadelphia, PA.

       

      The tie’s most intriguing match took place at second doubles as Amina Mrad (Berlin, Germany) and fellow junior Pauline Rozet (Malakoff, France) were in a battle with the Clippers’ Stefanie Canals-Baker and Linda Eliasson.  The back-and-forth encounter saw Concordia (9-0) break serve late for an 8-6 triumph.

       

      Antonia Conze and Kaja Tegtmeier won at third doubles, 8-1, over junior Francesca Beg (Westbury, England) and freshman Manuela Cornejo (Waldbronn, Germany) with Constanza Mecchi and Demi Huang getting an 8-1 triumph at No. 1 doubles over junior Nina Sengl (Puchheim, Germany) and CACC Rookie of the Year Merel Ann van Zanten (Velserbroek, Netherlands).

       

      Mecchi at first singles and Tegtmeier at No. 6 each got 6-2, 6-0 wins to terminate the match.  Rozet held a 6-3, 2-3 lead at fourth singles, but her match was halted once the fifth and winning point was attained.

       

      The Lightning (5-4) were appearing in the CACC Tournament an eighth straight time, all with trips to at least the semifinals, and temporarily were denied the program’s 100th victory.

       

       

       

      Goldey-Beacom Volleyball Handed 3-1 Setback by Felician

       

      Goldey-Beacom held a one-set lead and a sizable cushion in the second set, but Felician went into another gear from there and handed the home side a 3-1 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference loss (25-22, 22-25, 18-25, 20-25) at the Jones Center in Wilmington, DE.

       

      Felician was down 15-5 in the second set, but outscored GBC 70-45 the rest of the way to stunningly take control of the match.  The Golden Falcons over the last two sets combined for a 16-13 kills edge and forced the Lightning into 20 hitting errors.

       

      Junior Grace McCarthy (Middletown, DE/DE Military Academy) had 14 kills and 14 digs for her fourth double-double of the season.  Freshman Olivia Florence (Glen Allen, VA) dished 41 assists, senior Mackenzie Wilson (Wilmington, DE/Concord) had 18 digs, freshman Keelin McEleney (Conshohocken, PA/Plymouth-Whitemarsh) recorded 14 and senior Innocent Early (Newark, NJ/Eastside) added 10 kills for the Lightning (6-15, 2-11 CACC).

       

      Shannon Hood was a force with 12 kills, a .345 hitting percentage and 5 1/2 blocks for Felician (5-19, 3-9).  Paulina Calero pounded 10 kills, Susie McKeever notched 24 assists and 10 digs, Niccole Soriano had 18 digs, Lanyse Castro recorded 13 and Amanda Coccia added 11.

       

      Goldey-Beacom next week plays three road games, starting Tuesday at Holy Family.  Match time is 7:00 pm.

       

       

      Derek Crudele
      Sports Information Specialist
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    • October 24, 2015 7:16 PM EDT
    •  

      Senior Megan Harvis (Delran, NJ/Delran) and sophomore Amy Runciman (Luton, England) each had two goals and an assist for Goldey-Beacom, which punched its second straight trip to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament with a 6-0 victory over Bloomfield in Wilmington, DE.

       

      Runciman gave the Lightning the only goal they would need, converting a penalty kick in the 13th minute to get things going.  Freshman Cliona Crammond (Wicklow, Ireland) then got into the act in the 41st minute, getting the ball to bounce over the goalkeeper’s head for her fifth goal of the year and a 2-0 lead.

       

      It also marks the fourth straight game Crammond scored a goal.

       

      Junior Becca Cordo (Roosevelt, NJ/Hightstown) tallied 16 seconds into the second half for a 3-0 lead, depositing a cross from Harvis for her sixth goal of the year.  Harvis then scored twice in just over two minutes, one of Runciman’s feed and one from sophomore Kelsey Vick (Clarksboro, NJ/Paul VI) for a 5-0 cushion.

       

      Runciman, who entered the match 10th in the country in assists and 51st in points, then got her second goal of the match in the 78th minute by stealing the ball from a defender and cruising toward the net.  She now has 15 career assists that are tied with Harvis for third best in school history and her 37 points are one outside the top 10.

       

      Runciman’s nine goals this year are tied for sixth best in GBC history, her nine assists are tied for fourth and her 27 points are fourth.

       

      Harvis, who entered 32nd in the nation in total assists, has 14 career goals that put her in sole possession of 10th place in school history and her 44 points are ninth best.  Her eight goals this year are tied for ninth, her seven assists are 10th and her 23 points are tied for eighth.

       

      Runciman had six shots and junior Cindell Aguirre (El Paso, TX) made two saves for the Lightning (7-8, 5-6 CACC).  Diana Vincentini made three saves over 46 minutes for the Bears (3-9-2, 1-8-2).

       

      This marks the first time GBC has clinched a spot in the league tournament in consecutive seasons since it went four straight years from 2003-06.

       

      Goldey-Beacom is home Tuesday against Holy Family, starting at 3:00 pm.

       

       

       

      Derek Crudele
      Sports Information Specialist
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    • October 24, 2015 7:10 PM EDT
    • Goldey-Beacom Men’s Soccer Holds On for 1-0 Victory Over Bloomfield

       

      Sophomore Alvaro Martinez (Zaragoza, Spain) scored in the 36th minute and Goldey-Beacom played great defense to post a 1-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory over Bloomfield at Nancy Churchman Sawin Field in Wilmington, DE.

       

      Sophomore Manuel Berto (Valencia, Spain) had a free kick from the right side that was perfectly placed in the box.  Martinez was there and re-directed it home for his first collegiate goal.

       

      The second half saw the Bears challenge multiple times despite only playing with 10 men the last 15 minutes.   The defense did such a great job that the last save from GBC freshman Suhail Bismilla (Johannesburg, South Africa) came with 13 1/2 minutes left.

       

      Sophomore Omar Hernandez (West Grove, PA/Avon Grove) took four shots and Bismilla made two saves for the Lightning (6-11, 4-7 CACC).

       

      Hugues Douyon and Tevin Blake took three shots apiece and Wilson Cisneros amassed three saves for Bloomfield (8-5-2, 6-4-1).

       

      Goldey-Beacom plays its season finale Wednesday against Holy Family, starting at 3:30 pm.

       

       

    • October 24, 2015 7:09 PM EDT
    • DATE: October 24, 2015
      djl
      NEWARK, Del. - - The two seniors on the Wilmington University women's soccer team scored their first career goals to lead the Wildcats to a 4-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory over Dominican on Saturday for Senior Day at the WU Athletics Complex.
      The seniors were honored prior to the start of the game and Kellie MacIntosh and Cella Cerrato repaid the Wildcats (9-6, 9-2 CACC) by each scoring their first career goal in the second half. Loran Wyrough scored the bookend goals for the Wildcats as they scored three second half goals to take down Dominican (1-12, 1-10 CACC).
      Wyrough started the scoring early in the contest, capitalizing on the team's first shot. Chandler Lages made a run down the right side and put a cross to the middle of the goal. Wyrough was there waiting and headed it home in the fifth minute for the early lead.
      The Wildcats went on to out-shoot the Chargers, 23-1, in the first half but the Chargers defense and goalkeeper Angelica Contreras came up with 10 first half saves to keep the contest at 1-0 at the halftime break.
      MacIntosh opened the scoring in the second half, this time being the beneficiary of a cross from Lages just 5:56 into the second frame. The cross from the endline found its way through the defense and to the foot of MacIntosh from eight yards out.
      Cerrato got in on the scoring as well, despite being a two-year starting defender for the Wildcats. Alexis Perry started the play from in front of her bench, passing to Wyrough in the center of the field. Wyrough's touch pass was laid out for Cerrato and she blasted a shot home from 22 yards out in the 61st minute for the 3-0 lead.
      Wyrought then capped the scoring with another header in the 75th minute, getting more on the ball than the contesting goalkeeper. Wyrough challenged a high lofted cross from Perry, heading the ball home on the far post for her 16th of the year.
      The Wildcats out shot the Chargers, 34-3, and earned more corners, 6-1, for the match. Contreras finished with 13 saves for the Chargers while Kierstyn Williams made two saves for her fourth shutout of the season.
      Wyrough's two goals moved her into the lead in the CACC while she is now tied atop the conference with 36 points.
      The win propels the Wildcats into second place with one conference game remaining. The Wildcats square off with CACC leading Georgian Court in Lakewood, N.J., on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.

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      Wilmington University is committed to excellence in teaching, relevancy of the curriculum, and individual attention to students. As an institution with admissions policies that provide access for all, it offers opportunity for higher education to students of varying ages, interests, and aspirations.

      The university provides a range of exemplary career-oriented undergraduate and graduate degree programs for a growing and diverse student population. It delivers these programs at locations and times convenient to students and at an affordable price. A highly qualified full-time faculty works closely with part-time faculty drawn from the workplace to ensure that the university’s programs prepare students to begin or continue their career, improve their competitiveness in the job market, and engage in lifelong learning.

       

    • October 20, 2015 6:45 PM EDT
    • UBJECT: No. 22 Wilmington Men's Soccer Claims Top Seed in Upcoming CACC Tournament with 5-0 Victory over Goldey-Beacom
      DATE: October 20, 2015
      djl
      NEWARK, Del. - - For only the second time in program history, the Wilmington University men's soccer team claimed the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Regular Season Championship, clinching the title with a 5-0 shutout over crosstown rival Goldey-Beacom on Tuesday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex.
      The difference came in the first eight minutes of the contest, as the 22nd ranked Wildcats (12-2, 9-1 CACC) scored three quick goals to air the air out of the Lightning (5-11, 3-7 CACC). The Wildcats added a fourth goal in the first half before capping the scoring in the 58th minute.
      The win secures at least a share of the CACC Regular Season Championship but clinched the top seed in the upcoming CACC Tournament as Post couldn't currently catch the Wildcats with three games to play, but the Wildcats hold the head-to-head tiebreaker over the Eagles for the top seed. If the Wildcats win or tie either of their last two CACC games, they will be the outright CACC Regular Season Champions.
      The last time the Wildcats clinched the CACC Regular Season Championship was during the record breaking 2009 season as the Wildcats finished 11-0 in the CACC and 19-3-1 overall.
      On Tuesday, the Wildcats were led by leading scorer Clifford Nwechefom as he scored a hat trick to give him 14 goals on the season. The eventual game-winner came just 4:10 into the contest, as he finished off a scramble in the box following a corner.
      Kristofer Michael made it 2-0 in favor of the Wildcats with a low knuckling blast from 20 yards out, finishing off a great run from Geoff Velasquez down the left side just 6:33 into the contest.
      Nwechefom was at it again just shy of the eight minute mark of the game, as Josh Fawssett touched a ball with the outside of his foot to Lance Berry outside the 18-yard box. Berry one-timed the pass into the box to allow Nwechefom to be in on the goalkeeper, slotting it home for his second of the game just 7:56 into the game.
      Jamie Burridge finished off a beautiful setup from Velasquez and Berry on the left die in the 22nd minute, getting on the end of a cross from Berry on the far post to make it 4-0 in the first half.
      After the halftime break, continued to put the pressure on the Lightning breaking through once again in the 58th minute. Juan Bernal had the ball in the middle of the field with space and flicked the ball up and over the back line of the Lightning. Nwechefom raced onto the ball at the top of the box, giving himself another one-on-one with the Goldey-Beacom goalkeeper. Clifford slotted it home for the hat trick and his 14th of the season.
      Nwechefom now has six game-winners on the season, tying him with the nation's leaders from Millersville and Saginaw Valley State.
      The Wildcats' Vinny Tasca made four saves for his first career shutout as a Wildcat.
      Wilmington heads to Shippensburg for its final nonconference contest of the regular season on Thursday. The matchup against the Red Raiders is scheduled for a 3:30 p.m. start.

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      Wilmington University is committed to excellence in teaching, relevancy of the curriculum, and individual attention to students. As an institution with admissions policies that provide access for all, it offers opportunity for higher education to students of varying ages, interests, and aspirations.

      The university provides a range of exemplary career-oriented undergraduate and graduate degree programs for a growing and diverse student population. It delivers these programs at locations and times convenient to students and at an affordable price. A highly qualified full-time faculty works closely with part-time faculty drawn from the workplace to ensure that the university’s programs prepare students to begin or continue their career, improve their competitiveness in the job market, and engage in lifelong learning.

       

    • October 20, 2015 6:33 PM EDT
    • oldey-Beacom Men’s Soccer Falls, 5-0, at No. 20 Wilmington (DE)

       

      Goldey-Beacom made the short trip to face the 20th-ranked team in the country and left on the wrong end of a 5-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference decision to Wilmington in Newark, DE.

       

      A tired GBC group which last week played three extra-time matches found itself in a 3-0 hole within the first eight minutes.  Clifford Nwechefom scored the first and third goals for Wilmington sandwiched around Kristofer Michael’s marker.  Geoff Velasquez and Lance Berry each got assists in that span.

       

      The Wildcats made it 4-0 in the 22nd minute when Jamie Burridge found the back of the net off Berry’s second assist of the half, one in which the home team grabbed a 12-3 shots edge.

       

      Nwechefom completed the hat trick in the 58th minute with Juan Bernal getting the assist.

       

      Sophomore Artur Zvinchuk (Bonn, Germany) attempted two shots and freshman Suhail Bismilla (Johannesburg, South Africa) made two saves for the Lightning (5-11, 3-7 CACC).

       

      Nwechefom took five shots and Vinny Tasca amassed four saves for the Wildcats (12-2, 9-1).

       

      Goldey-Beacom is home Saturday against Bloomfield as part of a doubleheader with the women’s team.  The men’s contest starts at 3:15 pm, which follows the women’s 1:00 pm match.

       

       

       

       

      Derek Crudele
      Sports Information Specialist
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    • October 19, 2015 11:53 PM EDT
    • 10-19-15 to 10-24-15 

      10-19-15 Soccer 

      Soccer

      Kojo Otchere Addo only goal of the contest paced the Patriots of Newark Charter Middle School to a 1-0 win over Glasgow.

      1 goal each by Amad Ibrahim, Roberto Pacheco, Nick Humann, Daniel Smith, Nolan Linkhorst, Carson Hughes and Grant Harrison paced the Raiders of Concord to a 7-0 win over the Wildcats of Howard.

      Soccer 10-20-15

      2 goals by Michael Barr paced the Ravens of Sussex Tech to a 4-1 win over Delmar.

      3 goals by Christopher McPoyle and Galindy Prezeau paced the Riders of Caesar Rodney to a 9-0 win over the Blue Jays of Seaford.

      Malik Millner’s only goal paced the McKean Highlanders to a 1-0 win over the Tigers of AI DuPont.

      2 goals by Iosef Drane paced the Panthers of Polytech to a 4-2 win over the Laurel Bulldogs.

      The Quakers of Friends School on Patrick Haubert’s penalty kick along with Naza McMillian’s overtime goal defeated the Warriors of Sanford to a 2-1 win.

      2 goals each by Steven Matalavage and Ulysis Slagle paced the Cape Henlopen Vikings to a 9-0 win over Milford.

      Ben Cahill’s only goal paced the Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant to a 1-0 win over the Bulldogs of Brandywine.

      2 goals by Mikie Mochiam and Edgar Perez Cruz paced the Indians of Indian River to a 6-0 win over Dover.

      Ricardo Miranda’s only goal paced the Cougars of Delcastle to a 1-0 win over the Rams of Dickinson.

      1 goal each by Noah and Ben Schwartz and Cole Lewis paced the Buccaneers of Caravel Academy to a 3-0 win over the Hodgson Silver Eagles.

      1 goal by Yohan Silvestre and Troy Ellis for Conrad and for Christiana 1 goal by Alexis Pichardo and Michael Tall played to a 2-2 tie.

      Noah Cicogna’s game winning goal paced the Jaguars of Appoquinimink to a 3-2 overtime win over the Hawks of St. Georges.

      1 goal each by Brian Shannon and Roy Lee paced the Force of Charter to a 2-0 win over the Spartans of St. Marks.

      1 goal by Kasey Leach and Lorenzo Bochetti paced the Hornets of Tatnall to a 2-0 win over Wilmington Christian.

      Soccer 10-22-15

      1 goal each by Matthew Dina and Hadi Basma paced the Jaguars of Appoquinimink to a 2-0 win over the Green Knights of Mt. Pleasant.

      1 goal each by Benjamin Schwartz and Charles Doordan paced the Bucs of Caravel to a 2-0 win over the Smyrna Eagles.

      Daveson Dupervil’s only goal of the game paced the Golden Knights of Sussex Central to a 1-0 win over the Panthers of Polytech.

      1 goal by Steven Matalavage and Drew Mulcahy paced the Vikings of Cape Henlopen to a 3-1 win over the Riders of Caesar Rodney.

      1 goal each by Jon Falcon Rivera and Alexis Ayala paced the Colonials of William Penn to a 2-1 win over the Raiders of Concord.

      1 goal each by Maddyan Atta and winning goal in overtime by Diego Guzman paced the Newark Yellowjackets to a 2-1 win over the Cougars of Delcastle.

      1 goal by Oscar Cruz, Adam Izzo and Johan Cordoba paced the Indians of Indian River to a 3-1 win over Sussex Academy.

      2 goals including the game winner in overtime by Marlon Trejo paced the Ravens of Sussex Tech to a 3-2 win over the Dover Senators.

      Justin Duncan, Hynu Giu Lee, Colin Campbell and Brennan Ayres on their 1 goal performance paced the Cardinals of St. Andrews to a 4-0 win over the Quakers of Wilmington Friends.

      Andrew Koski’s only goal of the game paced the Bulldogs of Brandywine to a 1-0 win over the St. Elizabeth Vikings.

      2 goals by Henry Naylor including the game winner in overtime paced the Warriors of Sanford to a 3-2 overtime win over the Hornets of Tatnall.

      2 goals by Brian Shannon and Matthew Mattamera paced the Force of Charter to a 8-0 win over the Tigers of Alexis I DuPont.

      2 goals by Albert Zavala and Angel Vergera paced the Highlanders of McKean to a 6-0 win over the Redskins of Conrad.

      2 goals by Michael Ziomek and 1 by Cesar Pimental paced the St. Marks Spartans to a 3-2 win over the Cavaliers of Middletown.

      Soccer

      2 goals by Darkenson Barrett paced the Bucs of Milford to a 4-1 win over the Laurel Bulldogs.

      1 goal each by Nick Humann and Damari Espeut paced the Raiders of Concord to a 2-1 win over the Rams of Dickinson.

      1 goal each by Gavin Ford and Trevor Claire paced the Sals of Salesianum to a 2-0 win over C Milton Wright of Bel Air, MD

      1 goal by Christian Castro and Esteban Mendoza paced the Silver Eagles of Hodgson to a 2-1 win over the Patriots of Newark Charter School.

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      3 goals by Zachary Dainton paced the Auks of Archmere to a 6-0 win over the Senators of Dover.

      1 goal each by Lorenzo Bochetti, Louis Zammarchi, Cole Hiller and Dhruv Patel paced the Hornets of Tatnall to a 4-1 win over the Quakers of Wilmington Friends.

      1 goal each by Matthew Theodorakis, Chris Ludman and Peter Coker paced the Spartans of St. Marks to a 3-0 win over the Colonials of William Penn.

      3 goals by Itunu Ogandipe paced the Bulldogs of Brandywine to a 3-2 win over the Blue Raiders of Woodbridge.

       

    • October 10, 2015 9:00 PM EDT
    • Two Goals from Megan Harvis Leads Goldey-Beacom Women’s Soccer to 5-0 Rout at Concordia (NY)

       

      Senior Megan Harvis (Delran, NJ/Delran) scored twice and added an assist for Goldey-Beacom, which once again lit up the scoreboard in a big 5-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference win at Concordia (NY) in Bronxville, NY.

       

      Nine days after putting up six goals against Chowan, GBC was at it again.  Harvis began the scoring parade in the 23rd when she took a pass from sophomore Tanner Turner-Rush (Harrisburg, PA) and chipped it over goalkeeper Samantha Street for a 1-0 contest.

       

      The second half belonged to the Lightning, who found the back of the net four times and owned an 8-5 shots edge in a contest which they posted a 16-6 overall advantage.

       

      Sophomore Amy Runciman (Luton, England) continued her stellar play by scoring 1:48 into the half, taking a pass from Harvis and chipping it home for her sixth goal of the year.  Freshman Cliona Crammond (Wicklow, Ireland) then got her first collegiate goal in the 50th minute, receiving a pass from Runciman and tallying for a 3-0 GBC lead.

       

      Harvis, who last season was 13th in the country in assists per contest, posted the second-multi goal game of her career when she took a corner kick from junior Lauren DeVault (Woodstown, NJ/Woodstown) and scored in the 60th minute for a 4-0 contest.  The Lightning in the 76th minute were the benefactor of an own goal for the final.

       

      Harvis’ assist was her 11th career, moving her into a tie for seventh place in school history with Kristin Johnston (2002-04) and Karin Eriksson (2008-11).  Her 29 career points put her two outside the College’s top 10 list.

       

      Harvis and Runciman had four shots apiece and junior Cindell Aguirre (El Paso, TX) did not have to make a save for GBC (3-7, 2-5 CACC), which posted its 99th victory in program history.

       

      Street totaled six saves for the Clippers (1-8, 1-7).

       

      Goldey-Beacom has a quick turnaround before it hosts Nyack on Monday for a 3:00 pm match.

       

       

       

      Derek Crudele
      Sports Information Specialist
      crudele@gbc.edu | (302) 225-6330

      Goldey-Beacom College | www.gbc.edu
      4701 Limestone Road, Wilmington, DE 19808
              

       

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    • October 10, 2015 8:03 PM EDT


    • SUBJECT: Early Half Goals Extend Wilmington Men's Soccer's Winning Streak to Seven Straight with 2-1 Victory at CACC
      DATE: October 10, 2015
      djl
      NYACK, N.Y. - - A pair of early goals in each half paced the Wilmington University men's soccer team a to a 2-1 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory at Nyack on Saturday at Moseley Field.
      The Wildcats remained unbeaten in CACC play, 7-0, with the victory as they won their seventh game in a row to improve to 10-1 on the season. Nyack had their two-game winning streak snapped falling to 5-5 overall and 4-2 in the CACC.
      The Wildcats got on the board early in the contest, scoring with their first opportunity of the match. Lance Berry's initial shot was blocked before it ever reached the goal, but his rebound opportunity was netted to give the Wildcats the 1-0 lead 3:27 into the match.
      From after Berry's goal, the Warriors out shot the Wildcats, 8-5, in the first half.
      Frank Hall recorded four saves in the first half, three of which came with the 1-0 lead. But the senior goalkeeper had his scoreless streak snapped at 216 minutes and 18 seconds, as Nyack tied the match, 1-1, with a goal in the 31st minute. He ended up making four saves in the first half.
      Out of the halftime break, the Wildcats got on the board quickly again to take the lead. Josh Fawssett and Lance Berry connected with Clifford Nwechefom as the junior forward from Nigeria scored his team leading 10th goal of the season at the 48:37 mark of the match.
      The Wildcats kept the pressure on in the second half, out shooting the Warriors, 12-5, in the final 45 minutes, but could only sneak the one goal past Warrior goalie Wiktor Lasota. The Wildcats also edged the Warriors, 6-5, in corners taken for the match.
      Hall made the four saves in the first half for the Wildcats before giving way to freshman Vinny Tasca for the second half. Tasca made two stops in the second half to earn his first victory of his collegiate career. Lasota recorded five saves in the loss for the Warriors.
      The Wildcats return to the WU Athletics Complex for their next contest, remaining in the CACC when they host Philadelphia on Wednesday. Philadelphia defeated the Wildcats, 1-0, in last year's CACC Tournament Championship game. Wednesday's game is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.

      Wilmington University Mission

      Wilmington University is committed to excellence in teaching, relevancy of the curriculum, and individual attention to students. As an institution with admissions policies that provide access for all, it offers opportunity for higher education to students of varying ages, interests, and aspirations.

      The university provides a range of exemplary career-oriented undergraduate and graduate degree programs for a growing and diverse student population. It delivers these programs at locations and times convenient to students and at an affordable price. A highly qualified full-time faculty works closely with part-time faculty drawn from the workplace to ensure that the university’s programs prepare students to begin or continue their career, improve their competitiveness in the job market, and engage in lifelong learning.

       

    • October 10, 2015 7:44 PM EDT


    • SUBJECT: Loran Wyrough Scores Four Goals to Lead Wilmington Women's Soccer to a CACC Victory, 4-2, at Nyack
      DATE: October 10, 2015
      djl
      NYACK, N.Y. - - Loran Wyrough scored four goals, two of which came in the second half to lead the Wilmington University women's soccer team past Nyack, 4-2, on the road in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference contest on Saturday afternoon on Moseley Field.
      The Wildcats (6-5, 6-1 CACC) secured their fifth straight CACC victory, staying in fourth in the conference standings. The Warriors (1-9-1, 1-5 CACC) received two first half goals but couldn't answer Wyrough and the Wildcats in the second half.
      The first half was bookended with goals, as the teams came out of the gates and closed the half on a tear. Wyrough started the scoring in the fifth minute of play, getting a pass from Jackie Trafton before scoring her seventh goal of the season.
      Five minutes later, the Warriors tied the game with a goal from Katherin Oldfield, and the game remained 1-1 until the final five minutes.
      Wyrough once again gave the Wildcats the lead scoring her second goal of the game in the 42nd minute, off a feed from La'Dae Boykin. But the Warriors were able to tie the game before the break, however, as Krystal Vega scoring 43:04 into the match.
      The Wildcats out shot the Warriors, 12-7, in the first half while both goalkeepers made three saves in the first 45 minutes.
      Out of the break, Wyrough has an opportunity for her hat trick in the 52nd minute, but her penalty kick opportunity was saved by Nyack's Jordan Jansen.
      Wyrough would get another chance, however, as the sophomore buried a shot from Kim Richer for the ninth goal of the season, 60:03 into the match.
      The Wildcats continued to put the pressure on the Warriors, putting the next three shots on the board. Wyrough put the final touches on the game with her fourth goal of the contest in the 76th minute, an unassisted tally for her 10th goal of the season.
      The Warriors could only muster one final shot following the 4-2 lead, and the header off the corner went wide.
      The Wildcats out shot the Warriors, 21-10, for the match despite the Warriors earning more corners, 6-3. Jansen made six saves for the Warriors while Kierstyn Williams recorded three saves for the Wildcats.
      The Wildcats return to the WU Athletics Complex and remain in the CACC for their next contest, as they host defending CACC Tournament Champion Philadelphia on Tuesday. The teams square off starting at 3:30 p.m.

      Wilmington University Mission

      Wilmington University is committed to excellence in teaching, relevancy of the curriculum, and individual attention to students. As an institution with admissions policies that provide access for all, it offers opportunity for higher education to students of varying ages, interests, and aspirations.

      The university provides a range of exemplary career-oriented undergraduate and graduate degree programs for a growing and diverse student population. It delivers these programs at locations and times convenient to students and at an affordable price. A highly qualified full-time faculty works closely with part-time faculty drawn from the workplace to ensure that the university’s programs prepare students to begin or continue their career, improve their competitiveness in the job market, and engage in lifelong learning.

       

    • October 8, 2015 11:27 PM EDT

    • SUBJECT: Seventh Ranked Bridgeport Too Much for Wilmington Women's Soccer,2-0, in Nonconference Action
      DATE: October 8, 2015
      djl
      BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - - The defense sunk its heels in against the seventh ranked team in the country, but Bridgeport scored a pair of second half goal to defeat the Wilmington University women's soccer team, 2-0, on Thursday night on Knights' Field.
      The Wildcats (5-5) were out shot, 14-0, in the first half but sophomore goalkeeper made five saves and the defense cleared the ball off the line on a shot to keep the NSCAA Division II Nationally Ranked No. 7 team off the board in the opening 45 minutes.
      The offensive pressure continued in the early going of the second half for the Purple Knights (9-1), as they were finally able to get on the scoreboard in the 56th minute. A through ball freed Gabby Reis to be in on Williams, as she was able to beat the Wilmington net minder low for the 1-0 lead.
      Bridgeport quickly added to its lead, scoring five minutes later to move ahead, 2-0. Nicola Worthington scored her first goal of the season on a long shot, receiving a backwards pass from Hanne Neby 61:10 into the match.
      The Wildcats' first shot of the match wasn't until the 75th minute, and the Wildcats force Bridgeport goalkeeper Melanie Ziegner to make two stops for the shutout.
      Wilmington's Alexis Perry and Kim Richer registered the shots on goal for the Wildcats, but the Purple Knights out shot the Wildcats, 22-3, for the match. Williams made six saves in goal for the Wildcats.
      The Wildcats return to Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference action on Saturday, as they head to Nyack to take part in a soccer doubleheader. The women start things off with a 12 p.m. whistle.

      Wilmington University Mission

      Wilmington University is committed to excellence in teaching, relevancy of the curriculum, and individual attention to students. As an institution with admissions policies that provide access for all, it offers opportunity for higher education to students of varying ages, interests, and aspirations.

      The university provides a range of exemplary career-oriented undergraduate and graduate degree programs for a growing and diverse student population. It delivers these programs at locations and times convenient to students and at an affordable price. A highly qualified full-time faculty works closely with part-time faculty drawn from the workplace to ensure that the university’s programs prepare students to begin or continue their career, improve their competitiveness in the job market, and engage in lifelong learning.

       

    • October 8, 2015 6:30 PM EDT


    • Goldey-Beacom Men’s Soccer Handed 2-1 Loss by West Chester

       

      The contest was a hard-fought and physical one, but the best effort from Goldey-Beacom came up short in a 2-1 loss to West Chester at Nancy Churchman Sawin Field in Wilmington, DE.

       

      In a contest which featured 37 fouls, five cards and only 18 shots, it was West Chester that struck first in the 35th minute.  Roberto Silva placed a great free kick to Kyle Hoops, who headed it inside the right post for his second goal of the year.

       

      Goldey-Beacom responded in the 52nd minute on an almost identical goal.  Only this time, it was sophomore Artur Zvinchuk (Bonn, Germany) who had the free kick and senior Dan Bennett (Pittsgrove, NJ/Arthur P. Schalick) who headed it home for a 1-1 tie.

       

      For Bennett, it was his first goal of the season and fifth career.

       

      The second half witnessed 18 fouls and neither team looked like they would budge.  But the Golden Rams got the deciding marker in the 63rd minute when Giovanni Mowrey’s through ball was deflected and Miguel Ross pounced on it for his team-leading fourth marker of the campaign.

       

      The Lightning played a man down over the last eight minutes due to a red card, but still continued to pressure the Golden Rams.  Rerom Delys (Vila Velha, Brazil) had one shot blocked and another saved in the 89th minute sandwiched around a header from fellow junior Joe Traynor (Warminster, PA/William Tennent) that just went wide.

       

      Ross had four shots and James Wood made five saves for the Golden Rams (5-5-2).

       

      Delys came off the bench to post two shots and freshman Suhail Bismilla (Johannesburg, South Africa) had one save for the Lightning (3-8).

       

      Goldey-Beacom is on the road Saturday at Concordia (NY) as part of a doubleheader with the women’s team.  The men’s contest starts at approximately 2:15 pm, which follows the women’s noon match.

       

       

       

      Derek Crudele
      Sports Information Specialist
      crudele@gbc.edu | (302) 225-6330

      Goldey-Beacom College | www.gbc.edu
      4701 Limestone Road, Wilmington, DE 19808
              

       

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