Saturday, August 08, 2009
With 16 returning letterwinners including five who either received first or second team All-MIAA recognition a year ago, the Calvin men’s soccer team will seek to win its third consecutive league title this fall.
Over the last two years, Calvin has produced a combined won-loss record of 29-10-3 including 24-2-2 in MIAA play. A key to Calvin’s success has been its defensive play, particularly in conference games. During its 2007 MIAA title season, the Knights gave up just nine goals in league games to lead all conference schools. In 2008, the Knights gave up just eight goals in league play, again leading all MIAA schools.
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Two members of the MIAA champion Calvin men’s soccer team have received Great Lakes All-Region honors as named by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Calvin junior Greg Snapper has been named to the to the Great Lakes All-Region second team while Calvin sophomore Scott Hooker has been named to the third team.
Friday, November 14, 2008
By Bruce VanBaren
DELAWARE, OHIO- Calvin’s defense surrendered three goals for just the third time this season as the Knights fell to Carnegie Mellon 3-0 in Friday’s first round NCAA tournament game at Ohio Wesleyan’s Roy Rike Field.
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Eight members of the Calvin men’s soccer team have received All-MIAA honors headlined by junior sweeper Greg Snapper who has been named the MIAA’s Most Valuable Player.
Snapper is one of five Calvin players named to the All-MIAA first team as seniors A.J. Dufendach and Darrin Cline along with junior Luke Holtrop and sophomore Scott Hooker have been so honored. Named to the All-MIAA second team from Calvin are senior Dan VanSlyke, junior Michael Holwerda and sophomore Lucas Wilgenburg.
Monday, November 10, 2008
The Calvin men’s soccer team will travel to Delaware, Ohio, this weekend to compete in a four-team regional hosted by Ohio Wesleyan University. Calvin will face Carnegie-Mellon University - a Pool C (at-large) qualifier to this year’s tournament. Carnegie-Mellon (14-2-1) competes in the University Athletic Association. Friday’s Calvin/Carnegie-Mellon game will begin at 5:00 p.m. (EST).
Saturday, November 08, 2008
By Bruce Van Baren
Trine scored in the first minute and the final minute of Saturday’s MIAA regular season finale at Zuidema Field. Trine’s 2-1 overtime win snapped Calvin’s 13-game undefeated streak and 26-game league undefeated streak.
The Knights already clinched their second straight MIAA championship and the NCAA automatic qualifier. Seeding for the NCAA tournament will be determined on Monday.
Thursday, November 06, 2008
By Bruce VanBaren
ADRIAN—Michael Holwerda and Scott Hooker combined for three goals and two assists as Calvin knocked off Adrian 3-0 Wednesday night under the lights at Adrian’s Performance Stadium. The win clinched Calvin’s second straight outright MIAA championship and was coach Chris Hughes’ 100th victory.
Monday, November 03, 2008
Three Calvin fall sports athletes have received MIAA Player of the Week honors. In men’s soccer, Calvin senior A.J. Dufendach has been named MIAA Offensive Player of the Week. In volleyball, Calvin junior Sara Kramer has been named MIAA Player of the Week with senior Lauren DeGroot receiving MIAA Specialty Player of the Week accolades.
Saturday, November 01, 2008
By Bruce VanBaren
HOLLAND , MI—Saturday’s 1-1 tie at Hope’s Buys Athletic Field clinched Calvin’s second straight automatic NCAA tournament berth and a share of the Knights’ second straight MIAA championship. The tie was a bit bittersweet for Calvin as Hope tied the game on a goal with less than a minute left in regulation.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
A trio of Calvin College soccer players have received ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV honors in the college division as defensive backs Juliana Litts and Allison Boender have been named to the all-district women’s second team while junior forward Michael Holwerda of the men’s team has been named to the all-district men’s second team.« First < 24 25 26 27 28 > Last »