SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — American International Athletic Director Matt Johnson announced today that the college has removed the interim tag on Kevon Isa, naming him the full-time Head Coach of the nation's fourth-ranked women's soccer team after spending the last seven seasons as the team's primary assistant coach.
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Former National Under-17 captain Brendon Creed is at Temple University in the United States and is currently part of the team’s preseason campaign.
The view from the goal box at a soccer game is unique.
Following three impressive seasons at Chaguanas North Secondary, prolific winger and goal scorer Deon O’Garro secured a full scholarship to attend Wiley College, in Marshall, Texas, in the United States.
Former T&T youth team goalkeeper John-Ramses Thomas is among three goalkeepers signed by the Southern West Virginia King’s Warriors for their upcoming season in the United States. The announcement was made by King’s Warriors’ head coach and technical director Scott Reitnour.
We wish to say Bon Voyage to our members who have received scholarships in the USA to further their education. This year we will see five of them travelling to different schools across the USA, by the first week in August.
A University of Maine Fort Kent soccer player could be playing in the National Women’s Soccer League. Kimika Forbes attended the Boston Breakers open tryout earlier this month and because of her performance at the camp she was offered a spot on the reserve team.
Former St Anthony’s and Queen’s Royal College midfielder Shaquille Huggins has been added to the Quinnipiac men’s football team roster for their upcoming 2014 College campaign in the United States, joining the University on a football scholarship.
University of Maine at Fort Kent senior, Kimika Forbes, goalkeeper on the USCAA National Champion Lady Bengals soccer team, has earned a spot on the Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL) Boston Breakers reserve team.