The second NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Super-Region 1 Poll has been announced and little has changed for the Wilmington University men’s soccer team, as it is now tied for No. 3 heading into the postseason.
With one week left until the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference post season, the Wilmington University men’s soccer team remained in the No. 8 spot of the United Soccer Coaches National Poll, while staying No. 2 in the East Region.
Heading into the stretch run of their respective fall seasons, the Wilmington University men’s soccer and volleyball teams placed student-athletes on the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Player of the Week lists, as announced by the conference office on Monday.
Four second half goals capped off a 5-0 shutout for the Wilmington University men’s soccer team over Concordia in their final regular season contest at Bronxville High School on Saturday afternoon.
Heading into their final regular season contest, the Wilmington University men’s soccer team was allotted fourth in the Super-Region 1 bracket of the first official NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Regional Rankings, which is conducted by the 2019 men’s soccer Regional Advisory Committee.
Men’s Soccer Earns Highest Ever United Soccer Coaches National Ranking at No. 8; Remains at No. 2 in East Region
For the first time since the 2009 season, the Wilmington University men’s soccer team has been ranked among the Top 10 best team’s in the country, earning its highest ever ranking of No. 8 in this week’s United Soccer Coaches Division II National Poll.
Lorne Bickley Breaks CACC Single Season Goals Record in 3-0 Shutout over Goldey-Beacom on Senior Day
With his goal in the 31st minute of play, red shirt junior Lorne Bickley broke the single season record of goals for the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference with his 23rd of the season, helping the Wilmington University men’s soccer team to a 3-0 win over cross town rival Goldey-Beacom for Senior Day on Wednesday afternoon at the Complex.
Lorne Bickley set a new program record with his 21st and 22nd goals tonight, leading the 11th ranked Wilmington University men’s soccer team to a 6-2 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory at Nyack on Saturday night.
The Wilmington University men’s and women’s soccer teams will travel to Nyack on Saturday for a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference doubleheader, with the games being moved to Nyack High School’s turf field.
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