National Men’s Under 17 forward Gary Griffith III is currently in England engaged in preseason training with Sunderland College and Improtech Football Development Centre.
U.S. College News
In 1959, St. Louis University won the first-ever NCAA men’s soccer national championship. They also won six of the next 11 titles. Their team was known for being strong and physical. And their roster was all white.
A MEMORIAL fund page in the name of Reuel Tyson, 20, has been created through the Jefferson College Foundation to help the footballer’s family defray funeral expenses.
St. Francis Brooklyn women's soccer head coach Justine Lombardi announced the addition of Klil Keshwar, who signed her National Letter of Intent (NLI) to join the program.
Reuel J. Tyson, 20, a member of the Jefferson College men’s soccer team, died in a two-vehicle accident Saturday night (Oct. 27) on Hwy. 67, north of Berry Road in Bonne Terre, in St. Francois County, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. He was pronounced dead at the scene at 11:45 p.m. by the St. Francois County coroner.
All-Stars International Sporting Tours (ASIST) is a newly founded organization that aims to provide community service though involvement in sports. ASIST took an initiative to provide exposure and opportunity for the skillful and educated youths in Trinidad and Tobago aspiring to play for colleges abroad.
Wheeling Jesuit University inducted three new members into its Athletics Hall of Fame Saturday morning inside Erickson Alumni Center.
FORMER TRINIDAD and Tobago striker and current men’s team assistant coach Stern John stated his delight in being part of the MLS Caribbean Combine last month.
A young student who won a football scholarship only this year died yesterday in a vehicular accident in the United States.