BC Men’s Soccer Concludes Season at ECAC Championships The Brevard College men’s soccer team (7-7-3) concluded its 2019 season with a 1-0 defeat to host Widener (10-8-1) in the first round of the ECAC Men’s Soccer Championships on a cold Saturday afternoon in Chester, Pennsylvania. Widener advances to the ECAC Quarterfinals after the Pride’s Noah Saba scored the match’s lone goal on a penalty kick in the 64th minute. Brevard College senior goalkeeper Patrick Hall recorded 13 saves in his final game in a Tornado uniform. Hall made several spectacular saves throughout the contest to keep the contest a one-goal match. In addition to Hall, seniors Matthew Brethen, Eric Lenhart, Xavier Mariduena, Matheus Masukawa, Jackson Riddle and Alex Tenjhay wrapped up their Brevard College soccer careers at the ECAC Championships. Full Story
Brevard Earns Bid into 2019 ECAC DIII Men’s Soccer Championships Following a successful regular season that culminated with a second-place finish in the USA South West Division and a 7-6-3 overall record, the Brevard College men’s soccer team has been selected for postseason play with a berth into the 2019 ECAC DIII Men’s Soccer Championships. Brevard has earned the number-two seed in Pod 2, where the Tornados were selected to take on No. 3 seed and host Widener University on Saturday, November 16 at 2 p.m. at Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium located in Chester, Pennsylvania. If victorious, the Tornados will take on the winner of No. 1 McDaniel College vs. No. 4 NJCU in the second round, also hosted by Widener, on Sunday, November 17 at 12 p.m. The winners of pods 1-4 advance to the semifinals of the 2019 ECAC DIII Men’s Soccer Championships at a site to-be-determined on Saturday, November 23 at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The championship match will follow suit on Sunday, November 24 at 12 p.m. The selection marks BC’s first postseason appearance since the Tornados competed in the SAC Tournament in 2016, where Brevard knocked off nationally-ranked Wingate University, 1-0, in that conference tournament’s quarterfinals. Full Story
Brevard at Piedmont International Canceled Due to Weather; BC Concludes Regular Season with 7-6-3 Overall Record Brevard College will end its regular season with a 7-6-3 overall record Full Story
Hall, Monteiro Awarded All-Conference, All-Sportsmanship Honors Brevard College men’s soccer student-athletes Patrick Hall and Joao Monteiro have been awarded USA South Men’s Soccer All-Conference honors following the Tornados’ highly-successful run in conference play during the 2019 season. Hall, one of Brevard’s senior captains, was named as the goalkeeper on the All-Conference Second Team, while freshman midfielder Monteiro was slotted on the All-Conference Third Team. The freshman was also selected as Brevard’s representative on the All-Sportsmanship team. The announcement marks Brevard’s first All-Conference selections in the sport of men’s soccer since joining the USA South. Full Story
Men’s Soccer Dominates in Home Finale to Defeat Huntingdon, 5-0 The Brevard College men’s soccer team (7-6-3, 7-3-3 USAS) concludes its regular-season home schedule and wrapped up USA South Conference play with a resounding victory, 5-0, over the Huntingdon Hawks (7-10, 4-9 USAS) on a bright and sunny Sunday afternoon at Ives-Lemel Family Field. With the victory, Brevard concludes conference action with a 7-3-3 record (.654 winning percentage) in USA South play, which is good enough for second place in the USA South West Division. The Tornados would hold their division’s two seed in the USA South Tournament if Brevard was eligible for conference postseason play. Several team and individual statistical milestones were reached in Sunday’s match. Full Story
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