Four Wilmington University men’s soccer student-athletes have been named to the 2018 Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association (D2 CCA) Men’s Soccer All-East Region Teams, as voted on by the regions Sports Information Directors.
The Second Round upset bid came up just short for the Wilmington University men’s soccer team, 2-1, as top seed and nationally No. 9 ranked Adelphi snuck out with the victory on Sunday afternoon at Ted Grant Field on the campus of Le Moyne College.
Dominant Second Half Keeps Men’s Soccer Dancing, Defeat Le Moyne, 4-1, NCAA East Regional Tournament First Round
Three unanswered goals broke a brief 1-1 tie for the Wilmington University men’s soccer team, as the fifth seeded Wildcats defeated fourth seeded and host Le Moyne, 4-1, in the First Round of the NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament on Friday afternoon at Ted Grant Field.
The Wilmington University men’s soccer team received a breathe of fresh air on Monday night when they heard their name called during the NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Selection Show.
For the fourth time in program history, the Wilmington University men’s soccer team was selected to participate in the NCAA Division II East Region Tournament, earning an at-large bid and the No. 5 seed in the 2018 bracket.
Second seeded Post scored two late goals to secure the 2018 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Men’s Soccer Tournament Championship, 2-0, over top seeded Wilmington University on Sunday afternoon at LaMoy Field.
Two second half goals send the Wilmington University men’s soccer team back to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Championship match with a 2-0 victory over fourth seeded Jefferson on Friday afternoon at LaMoy Field at Post University.
Tasca and Johnson Named CACC Players of the Year; Papanicolas Named Coach of the Year Headlining Five on All-CACC Teams
After clinching the regular season championship and the number one seed going into the postseason, two Wilmington University men’s soccer student-athletes were named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Players of the Year, along with three being named First-Team All-CACC, while head coach Nick Papanicolas was named CACC Coach of the Year, as voted on by the league’s head coaches.
Daniel Loyo’s goal with one minute left in the first half sparked the Wilmington University men’s soccer team’s 3-0 victory over eighth seeded Chestnut Hill in the First Round of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Tuesday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex to advance to the CACC Semifinals.