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Four Men’s Soccer Players Pick Up All-NESCAC Laurels for Second Consecutive Season

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SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. – Four members of the Connecticut College men's soccer program garnered All-NESCAC postseason laurels, as announced by the league office on Thursday morning. Juniors Liam Donelan (Milton, Mass.) and AJ Marcucci (West Chester, Pa.) along with sophomore Augie Djerdjaj (Mahopac, N.Y.) made the all-conference first team, while senior Matt Butera (Westfield, Mass.) earned a place on the second team.

Men’s Soccer Headed to Nation’s Capital to Face Host Catholic in NCAA Tournament

Men's Soccer

NEW LONDON, Conn. – The nationally-ranked Connecticut College men's soccer team learned today that it will travel to Washington, D.C. to face host Catholic University in the opening round of the NCAA Division III Tournament on Saturday, Nov. 16 when selections were announced for the 64-team annual event earlier this afternoon. The Camels, who are making their third straight NCAA Tournament appearance, and the host Cardinals will be joined by Johns Hopkins and John Jay for the first two rounds.

Luke Stoneback Lands on CoSIDA Academic All-District Men’s Soccer Team

Men's Soccer

Hackettstown, N.J. – Connecticut College’s Luke Stoneback (Commerce, Mich.) has been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) District II Academic All-America Men’s Soccer Team, as announced by the organization on Thursday afternoon. The sophomore defender was chosen to the first team and is now eligible for Academic All-America accolades.

Middlebury Clips No. 14 Men’s Soccer on Penalty Kicks to Advance to Semifinal Round of NESCAC Tournament

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NEW LONDON, Conn. – After 110 minutes of scoreless soccer and outshooting its opponent by a lopsided 24-4 margin, the No. 14 Connecticut College men's soccer team saw its conference postseason run come to an end when it came up short in penalty kicks, 4-3, in a NESCAC Quarterfinal matchup against Middlebury on Saturday afternoon at Freeman Field.

No. 14 Men’s Soccer Earns Third Seed in Upcoming NESCAC Tournament With 1-0 Shutout of Wesleyan

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NEW LONDON, Conn. – Sophomore Augie Djerdjaj (Mahopac, N.Y.) scored his eighth goal of the season in the first half to help propel the No. 14 Connecticut College men’s soccer team to a 1-0 triumph over Wesleyan in the regular season finale for both squads on Tuesday afternoon at Freeman Field. With the victory, the Camels earned the third seed for the upcoming conference tournament.

No. 15 Men’s Soccer Clinches NESCAC Postseason Hosting Rights With 3-0 Triumph Over Hamilton on Senior Day

Men's Soccer

NEW LONDON, Conn. – Three different players found the back of the net and junior netminder AJ Marcucci (West Chester, Pa.) recorded his fourth shutout of the season as the Connecticut College men’s soccer team cruised to a 3-0 victory over Hamilton on Saturday afternoon at Freeman Field. After recognizing its senior class, the Camels scored three goals in the first half to clinch the right to host a quarterfinal match in the upcoming NESCAC Tournament next weekend.

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Results
Nov 24
Men's Soccer Final
vs. Tufts
L, 3-1
@ Swarthmore, Pa.
NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal
Nov 23
Men's Soccer Final - OT
at Swarthmore
W, 1-0
NCAA Division III Tournament - 3rd Round
Nov 17
Men's Soccer Final
vs. Johns Hopkins
W, 1-0
@ Washington, D.C.
NCAA Second Round
Nov 16
Men's Soccer Final
vs. Catholic
W, 2-1
NCAA First Round
Nov 02
Men's Soccer Final - PK Away
vs. Middlebury
T, 0-0
NESCAC Quarterfinal
Standings
School Conf Overall
Amherst 8-0-2 18-1-2
Tufts 7-1-2 18-2-2
Connecticut College 6-2-2 13-4-3
Williams 5-2-3 8-4-5
Middlebury 3-2-5 9-3-8
Bates 5-4-1 9-6-1
Hamilton 3-5-2 6-8-2
Wesleyan (Conn.) 2-5-3 6-7-3
Bowdoin 1-5-4 6-5-4
Colby 2-6-2 6-6-3
Trinity (Conn.) 0-10 1-13-1

2018 Men's Soccer Standings

School Conf Overall
Tufts 8-0-2 18-0-3
Connecticut College 7-1-2 13-3-2
Middlebury 6-2-2 10-4-3
Amherst 6-3-1 14-5-1
Bowdoin 5-3-2 9-5-2
Williams 4-4-2 10-6-3
Hamilton 4-5-1 9-7-1
Colby 3-5-2 8-6-5
Bates 3-7 8-7
Wesleyan (Conn.) 2-8 4-11
Trinity (Conn.) 0-10 2-13
School Conf Overall
Tufts 7-1-2 15-2-4
Amherst 6-2-2 12-4-3
Bowdoin 6-2-2 10-4-4
Connecticut College 4-2-4 9-4-4
Williams 3-3-4 8-3-5
Middlebury 5-5 12-7
Hamilton 4-5-1 8-7-2
Bates 3-5-2 8-6-2
Colby 3-5-2 6-6-2
Wesleyan (Conn.) 2-6-2 7-6-2
Trinity (Conn.) 1-8-1 4-10-1
School Conf Overall
Amherst 8-1-1 17-1-2
Tufts 6-2-2 15-5-2
Williams 6-3-1 9-4-3
Middlebury 4-3-3 10-4-3
Connecticut College 5-4-1 10-5-1
Bowdoin 4-3-3 9-4-4
Hamilton 5-4-1 10-7-1
Trinity (Conn.) 3-6-1 7-7-2
Colby 2-6-2 5-8-2
Bates 2-7-1 6-7-2
Wesleyan (Conn.) 2-8 5-9-1
School Conf Overall
Amherst 9-0-1 18-1-2
Middlebury 7-2-1 13-2-2
Tufts 5-2-3 11-5-3
Connecticut College 5-4-1 10-5-2
Bowdoin 3-3-4 11-4-4
Williams 4-5-1 7-6-3
Trinity (Conn.) 3-5-2 6-6-4
Wesleyan (Conn.) 3-6-1 8-8-2
Bates 2-5-3 7-5-3
Hamilton 3-7 6-9
Colby 1-6-3 3-8-4
School Conf Overall
Tufts 7-0-3 16-2-4
Amherst 7-1-2 14-1-6
Williams 6-3-1 8-6-2
Middlebury 5-2-3 9-3-5
Wesleyan (Conn.) 6-4 8-5-3
Bowdoin 4-5-1 10-7-3
Colby 3-5-2 7-6-3
Connecticut College 3-6-1 7-9-1
Trinity (Conn.) 2-6-2 7-6-2
Bates 2-7-1 4-9-2
Hamilton 1-7-2 5-8-2
School Conf Overall
Amherst 8-0-2 18-1-2
Wesleyan (Conn.) 7-3 9-6-1
Williams 6-4 15-7
Tufts 6-4 8-5-2
Bowdoin 5-3-2 8-4-4
Middlebury 5-4-1 9-5-1
Connecticut College 4-4-2 8-5-2
Hamilton 3-4-3 5-7-3
Trinity (Conn.) 3-5-2 7-5-2
Bates 1-7-2 5-7-2
Colby 0-10 4-10

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