Franklin & Marshall’s Wyatt Fabian was named to the 2016 D3Soccer.com All-America Third Team, announced on Wednesday. The honor is the first of Fabian’s career and marks the third time in four years a Diplomat was honored by the site.
Continued excellence for the Franklin & Marshall's men's soccer program in 2016 was made evident by the Diplomats becoming one of just five teams in the nation to appear in four-straight NCAA Sweet 16's while also reaching the Elite Eight for the second time since 2013.
Four members of the Franklin & Marshall men’s soccer team were named to the 2016 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Division III All-Mid Atlantic Region Team. Wyatt Fabian and Ugo Okolie both landed on the First Team; Ben Wild garnered Second Team honors and Dave Reingold earned Third Team accolades.
Two Calvin goals in a span of 1:09 in the second half was the turning point of a back-and-forth game and opened up the floodgates for the Knights, as Franklin & Marshall’s No. 14 men’s soccer team suffered a heartbreaking 4-1 loss in the NCAA Elite Eight on Saturday evening.
Jason Tonelli’s 93rd minute score gave the No. 14 Franklin & Marshall men’s soccer team a thrilling 1-0 OT victory against No. 6 Cortland to send the Diplomats to the NCAA Elite Eight for the first time since 2013.
No. 14 Franklin & Marshall’s offense dominated possession from the onset and never took its foot off the gas in a 2-0 shutout of Washington & Lee on Saturday evening in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament in Lancaster.
Robert Maze’s first-half goal, followed by lights out defense, lifted the No. 14 Franklin & Marshall men’s soccer team past Geneva by a 1-0 score in the NCAA First Round on Friday evening in Lancaster.
A total of seven Franklin & Marshall men’s soccer players landed on the All-Centennial Conference (CC) Team, announced on Thursday. Ugo Okolie, Jason Tonelli, Wyatt Fabian and Dave Reingold all earned First Team honors, Ben Wild was named to the Second Team, while Alex Bilodeau and Jeremy Levine received Honorable Mention recognition.
Franklin & Marshall is set for this weekend's NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament, hosting the first and second rounds at Tylus Field for the third consecutive year. The Diplomats (12-3-4) open action with a matchup against Geneva (16-3-1) on Friday at 5:00 p.m. Tickets will cost $6 for adults, $3 for students with ID's and senior citizens and $2 for children ages three to 12.
A two-goal deficit proved too difficult for the No. 8 Franklin & Marshall men’s soccer team to overcome as the Diplomats fell to No. 17 Haverford by a 2-1 score in the Centennial Conference (CC) Championship game.
One-hundred and 10 minutes of scoreless play followed by penalty kicks finally gave way to a decisive Ugo Okolie tally as the No. 8 Franklin & Marshall men’s soccer team downed Johns Hopkins with a 0-0 (4-3 PK) win in Saturday afternoon’s Centennial Conference (CC) Semifinal.
Men’s soccer returns to the CC Playoffs for the eighth consecutive year and is looking for its first CC Title since 2013. The Diplomats head into action as the No. 2 seed after wrapping up the regular season with a 12-2-3, 7-1-1 CC record.
Franklin & Marshall’s Dave Reingold was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Defensive Player of the Week for men’s soccer, announced by the league office on Monday. The honor was the first of his career and the third time this season a member of the Diplomats was honored with a Player of the Week award.
One of the top rivalries in recent memory for Centennial Conference (CC) men’s soccer heats up on Saturday when No. 13 Haverford (9-2-2, 6-0 CC) travels to Lancaster for a meeting with No. 3 Franklin & Marshall (10-1-3, 5-0-1 CC) in a battle for the top spot in the standings.
Ben Wild's goal with just 11 seconds remaining in regulation delivered the No. 6 Franklin & Marshall men's soccer team a memorable 1-0 Homecoming win against Johns Hopkins on Saturday evening in Centennial Conference (CC) competition.
Ben Wild’s goal with just 11 seconds remaining in regulation delivered the No. 6 Franklin & Marshall men’s soccer team a memorable 1-0 Homecoming win on Saturday evening in Centennial Conference (CC) competition.
The newly minted No. 6 Franklin & Marshall’s men’s soccer team (9-1-3, 4-0-1 CC) is set to square off with Johns Hopkins (9-2-2, 3-2 CC) on Saturday evening in a Centennial Conference (CC) competition that figures to have huge playoff implications, as the Diplomats celebrate Homecoming on Tylus.
Jason Tonelli continued to distance himself from the top goal scorers in the Centennial Conference (CC) with another two markers on Saturday afternoon as the No. 12 Franklin & Marshall men’s soccer team overcame a second-half deficit to down McDaniel by a 3-1 tally.
Men’s soccer faces another tough non-conference test on Wednesday, traveling to Hoboken, N.J. for the third all-time meeting, and first since 1989, with Stevens. Riding a four-game win streak, the Ducks are 5-3-1 overall and 3-1-1 at home this year.