TIFFIN- The Wilmington College men’s soccer team completed the 2017 regular season Saturday afternoon in a match against Heidelberg University. Despite an impressive effort by senior goalie Chris Bourque (Batavia, OH/Batavia), the Fightin’ Quakers were unable to defeat the Student Princes, and fell 3-1.
NEW CONCORD- The Wilmington College men’s soccer team took on Muskingum University in OAC action Wednesday afternoon. In a physical, penalty heavy match, the Fightin’ Quakers were able to best the Muskies; the final score 4-2.
Junior Treshaun Pate doubled his season-long scoring output Saturday as he recorded his first career hat trick – including the game-winner in overtime – to lift the Wilmington College men’s soccer team past Marietta, 3-2, Saturday in Ohio Athletic Conference action on Townsend Field in Williams Stadium
Sophomore JC Brewer picked a great time to score his first career goal as his marker in the 75th minute knotted the game at three as the Wilmington College men’s soccer team fought back from a 2-nil deficit to earn the 3-3 draw with Baldwin Wallace Friday in Ohio Athletic Conference action at George Finnie Stadium.
United Soccer Coaches (formerly the NCSAA) announced their Team Academic Award winners to recognize exemplary performance in the classroom during the 2016-17 academic year, and both Wilmington College soccer teams achieved recognition.
A pair of second-half goals provided the margin of defeat as the Wilmington College men’s soccer team fell to Capital, 2-0, in Ohio Athletic Conference action Tuesday on Townsend Field in Williams Stadium.
Junior Niklas Martensson played a part in every Wilmington College goal Saturday as the men’s soccer team won their fourth straight game, beating Bethany, 3-1, in non-conference action at Townsend Field in Williams Stadium.
Freshman Willie Winald scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner, as the Wilmington College men’s soccer team posted the 3-2 come back victory Wednesday over Earlham in non-conference action at Matlack-Messer Stadium.
Five different players scored as the Wilmington College men’s soccer team claimed the 2017 Wilmington Kiwanis Classic title with an 8-1 victory over UC-Clermont Saturday on Townsend Field in Williams Stadium. Wilmington and Hanover both finished 2-0, but WC earned the championship thanks to its plus-14 goal differential.
Junior Niklas Martennson tallied a pair of second-half goals as Wilmington fought back from a 2-nil deficit to earn a tie with Kalamazoo in the third game of the 2017 Ohio Northern Invitational Saturday.
With the remnants of Hurricane Harvey blowing through Knoxville, the Wilmington College men’s soccer team fought off a long trip and windy conditions to open the season with a 2-1 double overtime victory over Covenant in the 2017 Maryville University Invitational.